Best 6 Place to visit in Jaisalmer


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Place to visit in Jaisalmer
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Jaisalmer is situated in the west of Rajasthan, it is surrounded by the Thar Desert, due to which it is also called the land of desert, there is sand, which makes the house, the color of the fort looks like gold, due to which it is also called the Golden City. There are big sand dunes which are also known as Sama's Dhore in the local language, the main identity of Jaisalmer is that the sand dunes keep changing from their place by air. Cities Killa among Amer which shows traces of heroism of Viro and war is one of the major tourists destinations to visit in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan you are even if visiting Jaisalmer makes sure to visit these places.

Jaisalmer Fort (Sonar Fort)


Place to visit in Jaisalmer
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Famous for: - Tourism, History, Photography
Entry fees: - 30INR for Indians and 70INR for foreigners
Camera Charge: - Indian 50INR and Foreign 150INR
Opening hours: - 9 am to 5 pm

About Sonar Fort

Jaisalmer Fort, also known as Sonar's Fort by the local people is included in the world's largest fort, this fort was built in 1156 by Raja Rao Jaysal Singh, Jaisalmer's name is also based on the name of the king. Has been popularized as a gold fort, it is made of sandstone made of golden sand, hence it shines like gold from a distance. Would seem This fort stands proudly in the Thar Desert, a wonderful view is seen on seeing the city from the fort at night, this fort presents the architecture and historicism and valor of Rajasthan. Sonar Qila is one of the most popular tourist places in Jaisalmer.

·       What to do around it
·       Shop for local merchandise
·       Enjoy Rajasthani popular food

Bada Bagh Jaisalmer

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Famous for: - Tourism, photography, gardens
Entry fees: - 50INR for Indians and 100INR for foreigners
Opening hours: - 9 am to 5 pm all-day

About Bada Bagh


The construction of this huge garden or Bada Bagh was started by Maharawal Jait Singh in the 16th century, which his son Lunkaran completed after his death. It is famous for its 6 short walks away from Jaisalmer which is frequented by tourists who come to see the various chatters or royal Xenophanes present here. It was built as a memorial where the royal family is cremated. If you want to see the sunrise and the view of the spring, then from this place you will see a wonderful view, which you will not be able to stop taking photos. During your Jaisalmer visit, definitely see Barabag.


Jaisalmer Jain Temple

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·       Famous for - Tourism, Religious, History, Photography
·       Entrance fee: - Free
·       Opening Hours: - 7 am to 12 noon on all days
About Jain Temple


The Jain temple is situated inside the Jaisalmer fort. The total number of them is 7, they have been constructed between the 15th century and the 16th century. All the temples are built with golden sand Jaisalmer stone. The temple is dedicated to Jain pilgrims. This temple is second to the architecture after the Dilwara Jain temple. The largest temple known is that of Parshwanath and with its impressive carvings, the entrance of the Parshwanath temple is particularly amazing. The Link.


Salim Singh's Haveli

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·       Famous for - Tourism, past, architecture
·       Entry fees: - 10INR for Indians and 15INR for foreigners
·       Camera Charge: - Indian 50INR and Foreign 100INR
·       Opening: - All the days from 8 am to 6 pm

About Slim Singh Haveli


This Haveli is situated in the center of the city near Jaisalmer railway station. It was named after Salim Singh Mahto, the owner of the mansion. Salim Singh was the then Prime Minister of the princely state of Jaisalmer. It is famous for its wistful and eye-catching architecture, it has its own unique style of architecture, it has a peacock-shaped roof and 38 balconies, one of its parts still resides in the family of Salim Singh, this mansion presents the old past to us. This photo is worth remembering


Kuldhara Jaisalmer

  
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·       Famous for Khandar, Gost, and Past
·       You can travel anytime from 8 am to 6 pm

About Kuldhara

Kuldhara is a village 18 km from Jaisalmer which was once occupied by the Paliwal Brahmins. But due to the conditions of the then State Minister, he had to leave this village. The minister wanted to marry the daughter of the village head but the villagers were not in favor of it, then the minister threatened the people to bear the consequences of this, due to this, the Brahmins thought it better to leave the village then the Brahmins cursed any There will not be any type of colony and this place will destroy every resident. This has been proved true to date and there is a cemetery here for almost two centuries. You can visit this place to identify a new past and to make a panic in your stories.


Gadisar Lake


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·       Famous for - Tourism, photography natural beauty
·       Entrance fee: - Free
·       Local charges may apply during the boat trip
·       When to leave: - 8 AM to 8 PM

About Gadisar Lake
Gadisar Lake is situated 1 km away from the fort, the people of the village fulfill their water supply from this lake and are visited by tourists in the lake, it was built by the first king Maharawal Jaisal Singh, nearby the holy temple, Chhatra, and Nakasidwar. Pile is made of sandstone which presents its wonderful beauty.
A trip to Jaisalmer will take you back to an old past, whose views will be amazing.

If you want to know about Jaisalmer in detail, then you can also experience these places by visiting Thar Heritage Museum, Sam Sand dunes, Nathamal ki Haveli, Khuri, Lodharwa, Barmer, Ramdevra.


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