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Jaisalmer also known as the golden city of India lies to the western sentinel and is just worth visiting once. The sand of this place turns into a great picture when the sun sets with a golden ray. The love and attraction of Rajputs towards fine arts can be known by the kind of mansions and the other amazing stone and marble carved palaces built in this place. This place is situated at the western part of Rajasthan that is the great Thar Desert. As a lot of this area is under desert the climate here is also of the typical desert character. It has been said that that the best time to visit this place is during the winters because the desert festival that is held in January or February is just worth taking a look at.

Jaisalmer Photo Gallery

Jain Temple
Patwon Ki Havel...
Salim Singh Ki ...
Sam Sand Dunes
Jaisalmer Fort

The history of this city falls back to 1156 where it was instituted by Bhatti Rajput Rawal Jaisal. In the history of this place you will get to know about the Rajputs who were determined and very courageous. This city is also known to be a major trade center.

One of the best attractions of this place is the Jaisalmer Fort. This is one of the biggest forts of the city and is built on the Trikuta hill. It is said to be one good landmark present in the city which is occupied by a lot many stalls, shops and many other things too. The fort is so big that it can very well accommodate the quarter of Jaisalmer’s population. This fort is very well prominent as the second oldest fort in Rajasthan and is just worth watching.

The Haveli's of this place are also no less. Three beautiful havelis which you must see are Salem Singh Haveli, Patwon ki haveli and Nathmal haveli. All of these havelis are said to be the pride of Jaisalmer and they also said to be the pride of the Jaisalmer architecture. The Salem Singh haveli lies at the east of this city. Patwon ki haveli which is near to the city was built by Guman Chand Patwa and his five sons very well deals in brocade, gold and silver embroidery. The third haveli belonged to Nathmal, the prime minister who then gifted it to Rawal who was then allowed to retain it.

After all of this come the Sand Dunes. These are located almost 40 km from Jaisalmer but then you can just not complete your tour without taking a look at these fascinating and mind boggling dunes. You can build up a great memory of this place if you witness the sunrise as well as the sunset at these extremely astonishing dunes. Here you will also experience a mystic silence which is just very commendable.

How To Reach Jaisalmer

This place is very well connected by the nearby cities and the towns:

You can also reach out to this place with the local trains and the flights which fly between Jodhpur and Jaisalmer.

There are also good permit vehicles for you to go from one place to another if you wish to enjoy the nature there.

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