Sonar Fort holds a special place in Jaisalmers scenic spot This fort is built on the Trikut hill at an altitude of about 80 meters. Also called the Jaisalmer Fort It was built by King Raval Jaisal in 1156. This fort has four doors, the ultimate poll, Suraj pole, Ganesh pole and the air pole. And 99 is a turret. Within Sonar Fort there are many important buildings that are specially visible, including Moti Mahal, Rang Mahal, Raj Vilas etc. The castle is a sample of architecture and fine workmanship. There are also some Jain temples built from 12th to 15th century. Which is worth seeing.
This 5 Havelia built near Jain Bhawan is the heritage of 5 brothers. They were built from 1800 to 1860. They were built by 5 sons of Gumanal Bafna. The lattice windows, vaulted ceilings, and colorful glasswork of these haveli are worth seeing.
Located in Maheshwari Mohalla, this huge mansion was built by Deewan Nathal in 1881-85. Nathal Mahavarwal was a deau in the time of Ranjit Singh and Barishal Singh. The structure of the windows of this mansion, Barois and Tibriois, is worth seeing. Since this mansion comes in residential work. So it can only be seen from the outside.
Located on the eastern slope of Sonar Fort, this mansion was built by Diwan Salim Singh in 1825. This mansion is one of the most beautiful and lavish havelis in Jaisalmers scenic spot. The upper part of this mansion is also called Moti Mahal. It is very beautiful. Although this mansion comes in residential work, it can still be seen.
This lake is built on the eastern gate of Jaisalmer. This is Jaisalmer Vasas main water source. Here rain water is collected. Its entrance is called the pole of the hills. This polar was constructed by a prostitute named Tilo in 1909. It is said that at that time the Maharaja had ordered to break it when it was formed. Because of this gate built by a prostitute, the Maharajal was not able to undergo anything. At that time, Tilo had built a temple here by establishing the statue of Satyanarayan at this gate, to save this door from breaking down. Thus, it was avoided to break the pole. The palaces, chhathrias, temples, garden houses etc. have remained on the banks of this lake. Whose beauty is created only by looking at beauty.
This museum is situated near the Gadasisar Sarovar. In this museum, Jaisalmers archives related to folk culture, instrumental instruments, ornaments, artistic illustrations, Jasalemars history related documents, puppets etc. are collected. This museum was founded by writer, poet and teacher Nand Kishore Sharma in 1984.
Located in northwestern India, Rajasthan is the largest state in the country and is known for its royal history, desert landscapes, and vibrant culture. It has a rich and complex history, with several ancient kingdoms and dynasties having ruled the region over the centuries. The state is home to several important landmarks, including the forts and palaces of Jaipur, Udaipur, and Jodhpur. Agriculture is the main source of income, with wheat, barley, and pulses being the major crops. The state is also known for its handicrafts, textiles, and tourism industry.
The Jaisalmer fort, made of golden stones in the twelfth century, is the second oldest fort in Rajasthan and a large number of domestic foreign tourists come to see it. The major historical monuments of Jaisalmer have the highest fort. Jaisalmer Fort was constructed in 1156 AD. The fort of Jaisalmer is a beautiful specimen of architecture. Built by Rawal Jasal, the fort, which is located on the 80-metre high Trikuta Hill, has the outer walls of palaces, houses and temples made of gentle yellow St Stone. Jaisalmer Fort is considered as the pride of Jaisalmer and is located in the centre of the city. It is also known as sonar fort or golden fort as this yellow sandstone fort shines like gold at sunset.
This place is about 42 kilometers from Jaisalmer. The sand looks far away from here. To see the mounds at the top of the sand, the tourists often visit Rajasthan. The sight of the drowning sun shows a lot of it from here. Sailani is eager to capture this sight in her camera. Here camel ride in the sandy desert has its own fun. Truly this is the unique beauty of a unique adventure.
This park is 17 kilometers from Jaisalmer in the village of Akkal on Bikaner road. The remains of the 18th-year-old PED plants are preserved in the residues of animals, which have now been transformed into stone. The tourists are amazed to see these things.
This park is located about 45 kilometers from Jaisalmer. Here the state bird of Rajasthan Godavana can be easily seen. Apart from this, black deer, chinkara, desert fox, sheep, pheasants, and gold chidiya are also found in abundance.
Rajasthan is home to many other Jain temples, including the Ranakpur Jain Temple, Dilwara Jain Temple, and Nakoda Jain Temple. These temples are known for their beautiful architecture, intricate carvings, and rich religious history.
The Shantinath Temple is a Jain temple located in the city of Pali in Rajasthan. It is dedicated to the 16th Tirthankara, Shantinath. The temple is known for its beautiful architecture, which features intricate carvings and sculptures.
The Rishabhadeva Temple is a Jain temple located in the city of Udaipur in Rajasthan. It is dedicated to the first Tirthankara, Rishabhadeva. The temple is known for its beautiful architecture, which features intricate carvings and sculptures.
The Chandraprabhu Temple is another Jain temple located in Rajasthan, in the city of Jaipur. It is dedicated to the 8th Tirthankara, Chandraprabhu. The temple is known for its stunning marble architecture and intricate carvings.
Located in the Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan, the Shitalnath Temple is a Jain temple dedicated to the 10th Tirthankara, Shitalnath. The temple is known for its intricate architecture, which features beautiful carvings and sculptures. The temple also has a large hall for meditation and prayer.