Jaisalmer Full Day Tour
This is a 1-day voyage through Jaisalmer, Sam Sand Dunes is an unquestionable requirement visit in the Rajasthan state. On the off chance that you visit the 'Brilliant City', at that point it is an unquestionable requirement that appreciates a Desert Safari provided that you don't investigate the tremendous Thar on a camel's back, you truly miss all the good times. Visiting the Sam Sand Dunes is the feature of Jaisalmer Tour. Jaisalmer follows its origin to the twelfth century. History lets us know of Rawal Jaisal, the oldest beneficiary of the Rawal of Deoraj, was disregarded for the throne of Lodurva and a more youthful relative was delegated lord. Rawal Jaisal went searching for another area to set up his capital when he ran over sage Eesul. The sage educated him regarding Krishna's prescience which said that a relative of his Yaduvanshi family would found another kingdom at this equivalent spot. It was in 1156 that Rawal Jaisal built a mud fortress, named it Jaisalmer after himself and pronounced it his capital.
The Jaisalmer Fort also goes by the name Sonar Quila as it rises from the desert itself and seems to become one with the golden hues of the sand. The setting sun adds its own magic and shrouds the fort with mystique. fort is constructed in classic style by local craftsmen.
PATWON KI HAVELI
Among the largest and the most elaborately carved havelis in Jaisalmer, this five-storey structure sits proudly in a narrow street. While the haveli has lost some of its early glory, a few paintings and mirror work art can still be seen on the inside walls.
NATHMAL JI KI HAVELI
Two architect brothers built Nathmal Ji Ki Haveli in the 19th century. They worked on the haveli from two sides and the outcome is a beautiful blend of the symmetrical construction.Miniature style paintings and mighty tuskers carved out of yellow.
Gadisar Lake was constructed in the 14th century by Maharawal Gadsi Singh to meet the water needs of his arid lands. Considering its importance, many small temples and shrines were constructed around it into a pilgrimage centre and a tourist attraction.
JAIN TEMPLES OF JAISALMER
The Jain Temples located inside the Jaisalmer Fort date back to the 12th and 15th centuries. The temples are dedicated to Rikhabdevji and Shambhavdevji, famous Jain hermits known as 'Tirthankars' (wise teachers who taught people how to attain nirvana).
About 6 kilometres to the north of Jaisalmer lies Bada Bagh, also called Barabagh (literally Big Garden). This garden complex houses chhatris or royal cenotaphs of the Maharajas of Jaisalmer state, including that of Jai Singh II. wonderful sunset vistas to tourists.
Established by the Department of Archaeology and Museums, it is a prime attraction for tourists visiting Jaisalmer. The most striking display is the trophy of Rajasthan‘s state bird Godawan (the great Indian bustard).Traditional household items, rock-cut crockery.
The five-storeyed majesty of the Badal Mahal (Cloud Palace) is further enhanced by its pagoda-like Tazia Tower. Each floor of the palace has an intricately carved balcony. The Badal Palace owes its beauty to the skills of Muslim craftsmen who moulded the tower in the shape of a Tazia.
Located 12 kilometres from Pokhran on the Jodhpur – Jaisalmer route lies Ramdevra Temple. While most people assume it is a temple dedicated Lord Ram, it is in fact, dedicated to renowned saint Baba Ramdevji. The temple marks the eternal resting place of Baba Ramdevji.