Constructed in late 18th century the Castle (Garh) of Jhalamand is situated on the outskirts of Jodhpur on the Udaipur – Ahmedabad highway, surrounded by village Jhalamand.
The family belongs to the Sisodia clan of Mewar (Udaipur) and shifted to Marwar (Jodhpur) in mid 18th century. They are the descendents of the famous warrior Maharana Pratap of Chittor Garh (Mewar). The Jagir of Jhalamand was granted to Thakur Gambhir Singhji Sahib for outstanding services rendered to the Jodhpur state.
Junglee Mass Ka Samosa (Spicy mutton stuffed in a deep fried pastry)
Murg Handi Sula (Boneless Chicken chunks cooked in an earthen pot)
Lauki-Ke-Sule (Bottle gourd marinated in yoghurt and spices)
Bharnwa Khumbi (Fried stuffed mushroom)
Murga Aachari (Chicken cooked in yoghurt and spices)
Keema-Kofta Curry (Minced meat dumplings)
Chakki-ki-Sabzi (Kneaded wheat flour dumplings)
Channa-Mooth Ka Khaata (Gram flour cooked in yoghurt and pulses)
Bajre Ka Churma (Crushed millet bread with sugar & clarified butter)
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