Jaisalmer is the spectacular sandstone royal desert town of Rajasthan. It is charming and mysterious all the time. Jaisalmer needs no introduction, it is known for its rich history of bravery, chivalry, and charms. Beyond the desert, Jaisalmer is a true jewel of Rajasthan known mainly for camels and sand dunes. Jaisalmer is also called as the Golden city as most of the forts here are perched on a yellow sandstone ridge. It is a beautiful land with frontier to the neighboring nation and dotted with temples, havelis and of course, beautiful Jaisalmer fort. | Explore Jaisalmer: The City of Camels and Sand Dunes |
The city has a golden atmosphere due to the use of marvelous yellow sandstone in the local architecture of the city. The jewel of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer packs everything that Rajasthan represents like forts, sand dunes, desert safari, and the spicy Rajasthani food. Jaisalmer is an ideal place for nature lovers, history buffs, adventure enthusiasts, honeymooners, and vacationers. It is most popular for the desert safaris.
Explore Jaisalmer: The City of Camels and Sand Dunes
Jaisalmer Fort is one of the best tourist attractions in Jaisalmer magnificently built from yellow sandstone, the fortress is quoted as the ‘Sonar Quila’ by Oscar-winning Indian Filmmaker Late Satyajit Ray. The beautiful fortress camouflages in the evening, transforming into a mesmerizing honey golden hue that excludes a magical aura amid the sand dunes are indeed one of the most authentic desert dune sites in India and you can find 30 to 60-meter tall sand dunes and many travelers enjoy desert safaris on camels or jeep. Sam Sand Dunes is just 45 km away from the west of Jaisalmer city and you can reach there by booking an AHA Taxis – Go One Way Pay One Way.
Patwon ki Haveli is a magnificent five storied architectural beauty located in the heart of the city. It has beautifully decorated walls and large corridors that highlight the art and glory of ancient time. The Haveli was owned by a Merchant Guman Chand Patwa. The travelers can witness the gorgeous mirror ceilings, intricately carved balconies and homewares Salim Singh ki Haveli was built by the minister Salim Singh. This Haveli is just unique. Further, the roof of the Haveli is designed like a peacock and each of its 38 balconies is completely different patterns carved upon them.
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