Like most places in Rajasthan, Dal Baati Churma, a popular savoury, is eaten with relish. Jodhpur is popular for sweets like Laddoo and Mawa Kachori.
Bright colours are an integral part of the lives of the people in Jodhpur. The locals wear a variety of artistically designed costumes, aflame with bright colours and mirror work. The women folk wear wide gathered skirts and a hip-length jacket with three quarter length sleeves and the men sport colourful turbans on their heads! Jodhpur has a very strong tradition of folk art, where the figures are mainly robust warriors and dainty women. Paintings of the legendary lovers like Dhola-Maru on camelback and hunting scenes with innumerable horses and elephants dominate the paintings of the Marwar region.
Cardamom, Chilly, Clove, Garlic, Ginger, Kokam, Pepper, Turmeric and Vanilla are available in these areas.