PLACES TO VISIT IN JAISALMER


Jaisalmer is a former medieval trading center and a princely state in the western
The Indian state of Rajasthan, in the heart of the Thar Desert. Known as the " Golden
City," it’s distinguished by its yellow sandstone architecture. Jaisalmer is one of
the most popular historical places in Rajasthan. Located amid the expansive Thar
Desert, the city is known for its rich heritage, traditions, and culture. And the

exhilarating adventure sports, fascinating safaris, and camping are only a few of
the many things to do in Jaisalmer that add to the rich experience here.
TANOT MATA TEMPLE- INDO-PAK BORDER
Visiting the Tanot Mata Temple is one of the most popular things to do at
Jaisalmer Indo-Pak border. Located near the Tanot Mata Temple, the Indo-Pak
the border is among the most sought-after tourist attractions in Jaisalmer. Travelers
can extend their desert safari and visit the Indo-Pak border area with prior
permission and permit passes from the Indian Military.
DESERT NATIONAL PART
Admiring wildlife is one of the other top things to do in Jaisalmer city. Located in
the western part of Rajasthan, Desert National Park is sprawled in a large area. It
is a commendable example of the Thar Desert and one can find different animals
here like Indian Fox, Desert Cat, Chinkara, and many more. Apart from this, you
will find the state bird of Rajasthan here, the Great Indian Bustard.
JAISALMER FORT
Jaisalmer Fort dominates the countryside in the far northwestern corner of
Rajasthan, near the border of India and Pakistan. The magnificent complex, also
known as Sonar Kila (" Golden Fort") for its gleaming golden sandstone walls and
buildings, flourished on the east-west caravan route connecting India and Central
Asia to the Middle East and North Africa. Jaisalmer Fort dominates the
countryside in the far northwestern corner of Rajasthan, near the border of India
and Pakistan. The magnificent complex, also known as Sonar Kila (" Golden Fort")
for its gleaming golden sandstone walls and buildings, flourished on the east-west

caravan route connecting India and Central Asia to the Middle East and North
Africa. Additional features of the fort include a pitching wall to hold the clay soil
of the hill in place, a toe wall, and the mori, a pathway between the inner and
outer fortification walls that allowed soldiers and horses to move throughout the
structure in times of war.

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