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JAISALMER


The moment you visit Jaisalmer, also known as “Golden City” you will be awestruck to see the beautiful sight of the sandcastle-like fortress. This really infuses the tourists with certain feeling of a desert dream that imprints strong impressions on their minds for years. The fort of Jaisalmer proudly comprises less than hundred massive bastions engulfing all the narrow alleyways of the fort. The fort comprises famous hotels, beautifully designed temples, splendid palace, shops selling Rajasthani fabrics and some local Indian restaurants. All of them were built in using golden sandstone.

The city of Jaisalmer is situated in a remote location and is surrounded by the infertile Thar Desert. A tour to the city will let you discover that the major portions of the city have been developed by its ancient kings and well-to-do merchants. You will wonder to know that most of the past structures built by the then Maharajas of the city has yet not lost their past charm. The Jaisalmer Tourist Reception Centre located at a close step to the fort always extends its help to the tourists for information related to tourism.

Best time to Time
November to February

Major Tourist Attractions


Jaisalmer Fort
A trip to Jaisalmer automatically lets you visit the Jaisalmer fort. The fort is built on the hill Trikuta. The fort is the largest and most striking landmark of the city. There are lots of stalls, shops and business concerns inside the fort. Almost quarter of the population of the city is accommodated by the fort.

ManakChowk Marketplace
Once you step outside the fort, you will see the famous marketplace ManakChowk. You can bargain for the local products here.

Temples & Havelis
The Jain Temple inside the Jaisalmer fort is another tourists’ attraction of the city. Constructed in between 12th and 15th century, the temple is testimonial record of Rajasthan’s exclusive artistic quality. Havelis built by the affluent merchants is still in good condition. The beautiful craftsmanship done on the Havelis are peerless. You can watch Havelis such as Patwon-ki-Haveli and Salim-Singh-ki-Haveli, all famous for their exceptional cutworks, yellow and red stone treatment and bracket shaped adornment of peacocks.

Gadsisar Sagar Tank
This is one of the most famous places for tourist’s excursion. The tank used to be the source of water for the whole city. The tourists can spot migratory birds flocked together during winder.

Other Tourists Attractions


You can see the Desert Culture Centre and museums here in the city. The museum houses ancient coins, various kinds of fabrics, traditionally Rajasthani instruments and few fossils that were discovered in the desert. In addition, you will see Baba Bagh located at the edge of artificial dam. Sam Sand Dunes located at the corner of Thar Desert has drawn tourists’ attractions because of famous sun-setting and camel ride. You can also see the Desert National Park in the city. This place is to preserve the ecological system of the desert land. You can spot some vegetation alive even in the scorched soil of the land.

How to reach Jaisalmer


By Air
The nearest flight you can catch is between Jodhpur and Jaisalmer.

By Rail
Train connectivity of the place to the rest of the small and big places.

By Road
You can visit the city by road which is connected with highways and other roadways.


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