About Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer is a former medieval trading center and a princely state in the western Indian state of Rajasthan, in the heart of the Thar Desert. Known as the "Golden City," is distinguished by its yellow sandstone architecture. Dominating the skyline is Jaisalmer Fort, a sprawling hilltop citadel buttressed by 99 bastions. Behind its massive walls stand the ornate Maharaja's Palace and intricately carved Jain temples. Narrow alleys connect the fort's many shops, restaurants, and hotels. Dotting the town below are a number of "Havelis," or traditional Rajasthani mansions. The Patwon Ki Haveli is a notable example, adorned with carved balconies and arches. The Desert Culture Centre contains historic Rajasthani relics, while the Thar Heritage Museum focuses more generally on the region's history. Gadsisar Lake is surrounded by small temples and the Folklore Museum, a trove of local arts and crafts. The city is also a hub for scenic camel safaris through the nearby sand dunes.
Jaisalmer Fort

Jaisalmer Fort is situated in the city of Jaisalmer, in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is believed to be one of the very few “living forts” in the world, as nearly one-fourth of the old city's population still resides within the fort. 
Bada Bagh

Bada Bagh, also called Barabagh is a garden complex about 6 km north of Jaisalmer on the way to Ramgarh, in the state of Rajasthan in India.
Patwon Ki Haveliyan

Patwon Ki Haveliyan is a series of early 18th century palaces, now a museum featuring intricate carvings, furniture, and artwork.
Tilon Ki Pol Gadisar Lake

Tilon Ki Pol Gadisar Lake is an elegant 2 story yellow sandstone gateway with lattices and balconies on the shore of Gadisar Lake.
Sand Dunes

It is 40 Kms from Jaisalmer City known as the sand dunes of the Thar Desert. There are numerous resorts and camps in the Thar Desert Jaisalmer.
Gadisar Lake

Gadsisar Lake In Jaisalmer is an artificial lake built by Raja Rawal Jaisal. Gadsisar Lake is surrounded by artistically carved Chattris, Temples, Shrines, and Ghats.
Nathmal Ki Haveli

The Nathmal Ji ki haveli was commissioned to serve as the residence of Diwan Mohata Nathmal, the then Prime Minister of Jaisalmer. This Haveli is famous for its architecture which is quite different from other structures in Jaisalmer.
Kuldhara Village

Kuldhara is an abandoned village in the Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan, India. Established around the 13th century, it was once a prosperous village inhabited by Paliwal Brahmins.
Salim Singh Ki Haveli

Salim Singh Ki Haveli is an architecturally notable residence built-in 1815 with a peacock-shaped roof and numerous balconies.
Tanot Mata Temple

Tannot Mata is a temple in the western state of Rajasthan in District Jaisalmer of India. As per the oldest Charan literature, Tannot Mata is the new clone of the divine goddess.
Best Time To Visit Jaisalmer

The best time to visit Jaisalmer is during the winter season. Summers in Jaisalmer are usually hot and harsh, and this extreme weather condition is due to its fair proximity to the Thar Desert. Sightseeing and other tourist activities are not favorable it is better to avoid visiting, around this time. The maximum daytime temperature can rise up to 44°C. Jaisalmer witnesses very little rainfall during the monsoons, sometimes no rainfall is received at all. The limited showers only help to increase the humidity of the area. However, the month of October starts getting cooler and pleasant and visitors start to flock in. Winter’s is an ideal time to visit Jaisalmer, The days are comfortable while the night time is chilly. The temperature has the capacity to drop down to 7°C or 8°C, especially in the month of December and January. Sightseeing and other outdoor activities like desert safari, camel ride is better during the winter season.

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