Jodhpur trip is famous for guda bishnoi village safari. Because The owner of jodhpur trip is a bishnoi. Full name of owner is mr. bhagirath bishnoi. So they hold more information about the culture and trend of bishnoi.
Jodhpur trip will pick you from your hotel or palace from your choice from jodhpur city By Open Jeep. Or you can go directly to guda bishnoi village with your vehicle and take a jeep ride from our safari provider.
No trip in Rajasthan is completed without a visit to the Bishnoi villages like Guda Bishnoi , Kakani and Khejarli. Khejarli is the village where 363 men and women sacrificed their lives to protect the green trees.
You can see desert wild life, like black bucks, chinkaras, blue bulls, Desert foxes, hares, partridges etc.Visitors can enjoy a view of thousands of migratory Demosil Cranes during September to march at Guda bishnoi lake near Jodhpur. On the way to safari visitors can see the craftsman on work and shepherds, farmers.
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Guda bishnoi village :- Where you can spot wild life & visit to bishnoi families.
Here you can watch wild animals in there natural habitats, many species of desert animals are found there some of them our Antelopes, Gazelle, Dumessille Crane, Rabbits, Blue Bulls, Migrated Birds, Peacocks etc and where you can visit to families of shepherds people. See how shepherds live in traditional way and only working with animals like goat, ship, Camel etc...
Kakani village :- block printing and potters village Where you will see how people do print by hand on fabrics and know how people make pottery. tourists can see people doing pottery, if you want you can also try pottery, We will completely demonstrate the way people here do pottery and will also help you in doing same.
Khejarli village :- Khejarli is the name of the town is derived from Khejri trees that were once abundant in the village.
In this village 363 Bishnois sacrificed their lives in 1731 AD while protecting green Khejri that are considered sacred by the community. The incident was a forebear of the 20th-century Chipko Movement
Khejarli was the site of a forebear of the Chipko movement. In September 1731, a royal party led by Giridhar Bhandari, a minister of the maharajah of Marwar, arrived at the village with the intention of felling some Khejri trees that were sacred to the villagers. The trees were to be burned to produce lime for the construction of a new palace.
A local woman called Amrita Devi protested against the tree-felling because such acts were prohibited by the Bishnoi’s religion. The feudal party said that they would only cease if she paid them a bribe, which she refused to do because she saw that as ignominious and an insult to her faith. She said that she would rather give away her life to save the trees. She and her three daughters [asu,ratni and bhagubai] were then killed by the party.
News of the deaths spread and summons to a meeting were sent to 83 Bishnoi villages. The meeting determined that one Bishnoi volunteer would sacrifice their life for every tree that was cut down. Older people began hugging the trees that were intended to be cut and many were killed.
These efforts failed to have the desired impact and Bhandari claimed that the Bishnois were sacrificing ageing people whom they no longer saw as useful to society. In response to this, young men, women and children began to follow the example of the old.
The development shocked the tree-felling party. The group left for Jodhpur with their mission unfulfilled and the Maharaja subsequently ordered that no more trees should be felled. 363 Bishnois died in the incident.