Guda Bishnoi Village
Discover a world of tribal color and rustic cultural grandeur on your tours to the Guda Bishnoi Village located at a distance of 25-kilometers from the main Jodhpur city.
Picnic near the tiny manmade lake located in the Guda Bishnoi Village and see migratory birds stop here and drink water. Photograph herds of deer that stop and gaze at you with vulnerable eyes and marvel at the floral variety that flourishes in a supposedly barren land
Inhabited by the Bishnoi tribe, the Guda Bishnoi village in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India is the perfect place to experience a desert oasis. The tribals of Guda Bishnoi village worship nature in all its forms. They pray to the green trees and animals that inhabit their land and thus make every effort to conserve the environment.
The Guda Bishnoi village is a scenic land populated with dense khejri tree groves and frolicking deer. Come and experience the arts and charms of the Guda Bishnoi Village with Indian Horizons and find out more about the traditions and customs of a land caught in a delightful time warp, where life goes on as it would in the days of the yore.
Guda Bishnoi is a wonderland where wild animals walk past village huts; where the villagers prefer to sleep without food so that the animals are fed and are ready to die to save the trees and nature. The Bishnoi tribals lead a pure vegetarian and clean life according to the tenets preached by their religious guru, Jambaji.
A noticeable fact about the Bishnoi's is that they pray to the Hindu deity Lord Vishnu and bury their dead like the Muslims.