Jaisalmer Sightseeing By Taxi , Jaisalmer Darshan by Car at Low cost
All the tourists coming to Rajasthan, no matter who they are from any country, never forget to include Jaisalmer in their trip. The biggest reason for this is that Jaisalmer, known as 'Golden City', is quite different from the rest of Indian placements, such as settling between the Thar Desert, the buildings of yellow stones and the heights of high heights of high heights The queues that go into the jurisdiction of the tourists to become a golden memorial.
In spite of eating food at the moment, despite the history of the last eight hundred years, Jaisalmer's fort, havelis, art-culture, the dance of the puppetry, folk music and dancing on it, often invites us to come to Jaisalmer.
This lake was built by the south of Jaisalmer and by the first king of Jaisalmer Raval Jaisal. However, later Maharaja Gadasi reconstructed it again. Here you will find many small shrines, pilgrimages, beautiful umbrellas and many migratory birds coming out of the country around this lake. Also in the vicinity of this lake, you can see the carved entrance gate made of yellow sandstone.
Gadshisar Lake today has become a favored destination of tourists visiting the country from Jaisalmer to Jaisalmer. The reason is that the water of this lake running along the hills and streets spread all over here, which offers a very beautiful view.
Bada Bagh area of Jaisalmer, which lies between the temples of Lodvrova and Jaisalmer. This is a huge park which boasts the memories of the Bhati kings. In this park, there are royal umbrellas of the former kings of Jaisalmer State including Jai Singh II. After the death of Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaisalmer, his son, Lunakaran, built his own umbrella in 1743. And since this, after the death of the rest of the kings, their umbrellas were started here.
Although now there is no garden next to these umbrellas, Along with them there is a bunch of green trees which offer a different view of greenery in this desert. You will be seen many windmills near the big garden, which enhances the beauty here too.
A World Heritage Site is one of Jaisalmer's finest Tourist Spots, as well as being Famous among tourists. Witnessing many historical battles, this fort is made of yellow sandstone and when the sunlight falls on this fort, it starts to shine like gold, because it is also called 'Sonar Kila' or 'Golden Fort' . At the same time, 99 Burj and moonlight in this fort, the beauty of this fort is included in the key attractions of Jaisalmer Fort.
This fort was built by Rajput ruler Raja Jaisal. This fort is open for tourists from Early morning to Evening 5 PM.
Patwon Ki Haveli:
This seven-storeyed mansion built of yellow sandstone was started by Seth Gumachand for his five sons in the year 1805. There are five more havillions inside this mansion. It took almost 50 years to build this entire structure made of ten feet high.
The five havelis are decorated with fine artwork, windows with artwork, balconies, and guardrails, and this mansion is decorated with paintings of the gold pen, decoration of ivory, colorful pictures in the bedroom, animal-shaped figures. You want to sit here in the vicinity and live in old memories believe that if you come to Jaisalmer, you will become the mirth of this mansion.
Salim Singh Ki Haveli:
About three hundred years old, this mansion is located just near Jaisalmer Railway Station. Salim Singh's mansion was built at the beginning of the 18th century, in which it still has its descendants. This mansion is known for its unique and unique architecture.
Actually, the 38-balcony Haveli's roof is exactly like a peacock-like shape. Perhaps this is the reason that Jaisalmer's mansion causes the surprise of tourists and he never forgets to click on its photo.
Nathmal Ki Haveli:
This mansion, built in the middle of Jaisalmer, was built in the 19th century by two architect brothers. The format of this mansion and the mosaic here are very different from all the havelis of Jaisalmer. Here, seeing two stone elephants at the main gate of the mansion, it appears that they stand to welcome you.
The design of this mansion, which is a combination of Mughal and Rajputana architecture, along with the walls on the walls, you will find many emerging images of the animals, horses, and flowers.
Tanot Mata Temple:
Temple of Tanot Mata is about 130 km from Jaisalmer. This temple of Goddess Mother, located on the border of India and Pakistan, is considered as a center of faith between Jaisalmer and its surroundings. Every year Navaratri fair is held every year in Tanot Rai Mata Mandir. This temple is also popular for a miracle that took place during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965.
In fact, about 3000 bombs were dropped from the Pakistani army in the field of Mata Mandir in the war, but the temple building remained similar and there was no harm to it. These bombs are still kept to see the people in the temple premises. The Indian army and its local people regard it as a miracle of goddess mother. There is also a Victory column that reminds us of the valor of Indian soldiers, which was created in memory of Indo-Pak war.
Sam Sand Dunes Desert Safari Camp:
You can also enjoy camel and jeep safari as you stay here at camp. In the day, where you see the tall high mounds of the sun shining on all sides, then the sunset scene will surprise you, where the campfires are organized here and people enjoy it with Folk Music and Dance.
Longewala War Memorial:
You will also be proud to see the Longwala War Memorial which reminds us of the valor, courage, and bravery of our brave soldiers. During the Indo-Pak war of 1971, when our soldiers had dispersed nearly 2000 soldiers and 60 tanks of Pakistan. This is the courage and courage of courage and bravery in itself. The Longeval War Memorial was made to make that victory memorable.
Here you will see photographs on the walls. Also displayed in this War Memorial, large battle tanks, used in the war, Army Jeep and here you will also be able to see the weapons used in the war. This museum is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. when you do not have to pay any fee for entry.
In the middle of the deserted forest, a large area spread across a large area, which once used to be a village, but today is saved here, then just the ruins, where only half the walls, the windows, and the doors I am talking about the loss of today's sadness in Kuldhra village, about 32 km from Jaisalmer. Because of which people are also called ghost towns.
It is said that these villages were constructed by Paliwal Brahmins in the 13th century. Suddenly one night all the people of this village left the village and said that nobody knows this truth. There are different stories of people behind this incident which motivates tourists to visit Jaisalmer.
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