Department of Botany
*Conference will be held from 27th Nov to 29th Nov 2024   |    *The last date for submission of the abstract is on or before 30 September 2024
Fungal Frontiers: Biodiversity, Biomolecules
and Bioengineering Applications for Sustainable Perspectives

51st Annual Meeting of Mycological Society of India
(Prof. C.V. Subramanian Birth Centenary Celebration)

About Jodhpur
Jodhpur: The Gateway of Indian Thar Desert

> Jodhpur is the home of Rathore rulers, a awesome princely state of Rajasthan. Marwar of Maroodesh, the land of the sand was conquered by them after the fall of Delhi and Kanauj. 

> In 1459 AD, Rao Jodha, Chief of the Rathore clan of Rajputs, who claimed desert from Rama, the epic hero of the Ramayana laid the foundations of Jodhpur. A high stone wall protects the well-fortified city. The wall is nearly 10 km in length and has eight gates facing various directions. Within, stands an imposing fort on a low range of sandstone hills, about 125 m above the surrounding plains invincible and dauntless in its league with time. 

> The city lies at the foot of the hills. The clear distinction between the old and new city is visible from the ramparts of the fort. 

> On the other side of the city, facing the fort is the Umaid Bhawan Palace. One of the most spacious, sprawling and well-planned palaces in India. As you look out at the fort, a tantalising view rises before eyes at sunset. The peculiar slant of the sunlight lends the desert landscape an awe-inspiring glow and the people, a chivalry undaunted.

 Area: 35 KM2
 Altitude: 236.53 meters
 Temp.  Winter (October):  23°C to 28°C 
 Cloths: Woollen
 Local transport: Car taxi, three wheeler taxi and city bus

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