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Established by Rao Jodha of the Rathore Clan of Rajputs in 1459 AD, the erstwhile princely state of Jodhpur, earlier known as Marwar, today, speaks volumes about the rich heritage and glorious past of India. The second-largest city of Rajasthan is dotted with the mighty Mehrangarh Fort, which was the abode of Rathores, protected and maintained by their lineage with pride and honour. Rathores were holding the hierarchical patriarchy, which was served by the nobles and thakurs as their first officials who enjoyed highest honour and respect in the government. One of the noble lineages of the Thakurs of Pal, resided in Pal Haveli, poised atop 100 steps from the Clock Tower of Jodhpur.

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