Places to visit in Jaisalmer

Tripoto
7th Oct 2018
Day 1

If you want to see the sand dunes along with the royal havelis of Rajasthan, you want to get a lot in it, once again, the children are keen on becoming a child again, then I will say that No place better than Jaisalmer! Take the train from Delhi at five o'clock and reach Jaisalmer the next day! There is tremendous space but by how much time you have, decide your place of roaming! Well, in three days a lot can be rotated! So in today's post you will be able to tell you about Jaisalmer's places where you can go with the family! Yes, this list has included some places where I could not go but you can think of going! So let's read about Jaisalmer's places to visit:

 Sonar Fort: Jaisalmer

Put Jaisalmer Fort on the first place, the reason is that it is Jaisalmer's life, and if you reach Jaisalmer in the afternoon, it will be difficult to get out of Jaisalmer! So froze, eat lunch and go out to see the golden fort! Open until 10 o'clock! Jaisalmer Fort is included in the World Heritage and is one of the world's largest protected forts! Jaisalmer Fort was built by Rajput King Raval Jaisal in 1156 AD and from that the name of this city was also Jaisalmer! And you can see that the whole Jaisalmer city is all around this fort. At the height of 30 meters from Jaisalmer's land, this Fort and this city built on the hills of Trikuta used to be a stay point for the traders of "Silk Route" in the olden times! The stone of this fort is such that when it rises on the sun's rays, its color starts to shine like gold, that is why this fort is called "Sonar Fort" or Golden Fort!

Patwon Ki Haveli: Jaisalmer

After going to Jaisalmer Fort you can go to Patwa Haveli, but keep in mind that this mansion closes at 6 o'clock, then you can visit here first, then visit the Golden Fort or postpone it for the next day and as soon as You got two hours of time, come here. In Jaisalmer, "Pataon Ki Haveli" is considered as Jaisalmer's biggest mansion! This is not really a mansion but it is made up of five havelis, in which the first "Kothari Ki Patwa Haveli" is the most attractive and famous! Secondly, this mansion is Jaisalmer's first mansion that was built by Guamand Chand Patwa in 1805! Guam ji was rich and he made havelis for his five sons, which took 50 years to complete! There were many types of locks and Rajasthani turbans in this mansion! The walls of this mansion give proof of being monarchy!

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Sam Sand Dunes: Jaisalmer

Set the time to enjoy the evening sand dunes in the morning or the next evening! Although the best time to go for the sunrise time or even during the sunset session, but our system was not able to make both of these times, so we could only go in the afternoon! Som village is 42 kms away from Jaisalmer, a very famous place for Desert safari, although now Khudi and Ghanaana are also creating excellent and fun points for Desert safari, but reaching these places with Jaisalmer in the family has made me feel uncomfortable so we have Choosing the same! Then you will say that if you do not have time and money difficulties, then you will get better, it will be better! In the past, but you can go out with the family comfortably and returning to other places, come roaming! Sum is a great place to see and explore the "Thar Desert" spread all over Jaisalmer! You get a shared jeep or SUV from Hanuman Circle but you have to wait a bit, or you can take your car! Even so, the fare for the train takes up to Rs 100 per ride per ride and if you want to take it on the rent, it can take at least 600-700-800! It is better to buy a car on a rent!

 Kuldhara: A Haunted Village

Kosdhara village, about 18 kilometers away from the city of Jaisalmer, is considered a ghost (haunted) village! How horror this village is! There are different stories of different people on this! Some people say that due to the scarcity of water these villages went slowly empty and when the whole village was empty then the ghosts gathered here! The other story also gets heard which is more accurate! Even though the people of Salim Singh, their descendants dismiss the story! But what is that story? It is important to know this too!

Lodurva

Lodhva is a very small village 15 kilometers from Jaisalmer, but this village used to be the capital of Rawal till 1156 AD and when Raval took over Jaisalmer, the capital was also Jaisalmer! Well, besides Lodhva 23rd Jain Tirthankar is also famous for the temple of Parshvanath ji! This temple was demolished by Muhammad Ghori in 1152 AD, but later the businessman Tharu Shah rebuilt it in 1615 AD and then it became even better! Besides, the temples of Rishabhnath and Sambhavanath ji are also worth seeing! A little behind it is the temple of Mother Hinglaj Devi! The real temple of Hinglaj Mata is in Karachi, Pakistan, but it is almost impossible for us to go there, so look here!

Heritage Walk of Gadisar Lake: Jaisalmer

Gadisar Lake is an artificial reservoir built by King Mahural Gadasi in the 14th century and If you want to see the sand dunes along with the royal havelis of Rajasthan, you want to get a lot in it, once again, the children are keen on becoming a child again, then I will say that No place better than Jaisalmer! Take the train from Delhi at five o'clock and reach Jaisalmer the next day! There is tremendous space but by how much time you have, decide your place of roaming! Well, in three days a lot can be rotated! So in today's post you will be able to tell you about Jaisalmer's places where you can go with the family! Yes, this list has included some places where I could not go but you can think of going! So let's read about Jaisalmer's places to visit:

 Sonar Fort: Jaisalmer

Put Jaisalmer Fort on the first place, the reason is that it is Jaisalmer's life, and if you reach Jaisalmer in the afternoon, it will be difficult to get out of Jaisalmer! So froze, eat lunch and go out to see the golden fort! Open until 10 o'clock! Jaisalmer Fort is included in the World Heritage and is one of the world's largest protected forts! Jaisalmer Fort was built by Rajput King Raval Jaisal in 1156 AD and from that the name of this city was also Jaisalmer! And you can see that the whole Jaisalmer city is all around this fort. At the height of 30 meters from Jaisalmer's land, this Fort and this city built on the hills of Trikuta used to be a stay point for the traders of "Silk Route" in the olden times! The stone of this fort is such that when it rises on the sun's rays, its color starts to shine like gold, that is why this fort is called "Sonar Fort" or Golden Fort!

Patwon Ki Haveli: Jaisalmer

After going to Jaisalmer Fort you can go to Patwa Haveli, but keep in mind that this mansion closes at 6 o'clock, then you can visit here first, then visit the Golden Fort or postpone it for the next day and as soon as You got two hours of time, come here. In Jaisalmer, "Pataon Ki Haveli" is considered as Jaisalmer's biggest mansion! This is not really a mansion but it is made up of five havelis, in which the first "Kothari Ki Patwa Haveli" is the most attractive and famous! Secondly, this mansion is Jaisalmer's first mansion that was built by Guamand Chand Patwa in 1805! Guam ji was rich and he made havelis for his five sons, which took 50 years to complete! There were many types of locks and Rajasthani turbans in this mansion! The walls of this mansion give proof of being monarchy!

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Sam Sand Dunes: Jaisalmer

Set the time to enjoy the evening sand dunes in the morning or the next evening! Although the best time to go for the sunrise time or even during the sunset session, but our system was not able to make both of these times, so we could only go in the afternoon! Som village is 42 kms away from Jaisalmer, a very famous place for Desert safari, although now Khudi and Ghanaana are also creating excellent and fun points for Desert safari, but reaching these places with Jaisalmer in the family has made me feel uncomfortable so we have Choosing the same! Then you will say that if you do not have time and money difficulties, then you will get better, it will be better! In the past, but you can go out with the family comfortably and returning to other places, come roaming! Sum is a great place to see and explore the "Thar Desert" spread all over Jaisalmer! You get a shared jeep or SUV from Hanuman Circle but you have to wait a bit, or you can take your car! Even so, the fare for the train takes up to Rs 100 per ride per ride and if you want to take it on the rent, it can take at least 600-700-800! It is better to buy a car on a rent!

 Kuldhara: A Haunted Village

Kosdhara village, about 18 kilometers away from the city of Jaisalmer, is considered a ghost (haunted) village! How horror this village is! There are different stories of different people on this! Some people say that due to the scarcity of water these villages went slowly empty and when the whole village was empty then the ghosts gathered here! The other story also gets heard which is more accurate! Even though the people of Salim Singh, their descendants dismiss the story! But what is that story? It is important to know this too!

Lodurva

Lodhva is a very small village 15 kilometers from Jaisalmer, but this village used to be the capital of Rawal till 1156 AD and when Raval took over Jaisalmer, the capital was also Jaisalmer! Well, besides Lodhva 23rd Jain Tirthankar is also famous for the temple of Parshvanath ji! This temple was demolished by Muhammad Ghori in 1152 AD, but later the businessman Tharu Shah rebuilt it in 1615 AD and then it became even better! Besides, the temples of Rishabhnath and Sambhavanath ji are also worth seeing! A little behind it is the temple of Mother Hinglaj Devi! The real temple of Hinglaj Mata is in Karachi, Pakistan, but it is almost impossible for us to go there, so look here!

Heritage Walk of Gadisar Lake: Jaisalmer

Gadisar Lake is an artificial reservoir built by King Mahural Gadasi in the 14th century and

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