Popularly known as â€śSonar Quilaâ€ť, this yellow sandstone regal structure is a UNESCO-listed world heritage site that comprises of narrow criss crossing lanes, temples, residents, handicraft shops, guesthouses, and restaurants. Some of the most interesting things to see in Jaisalmer Fort includeÂ Maharawal in Chauhata Square, Tazia tower, Raj Mahal, Jain Temple, Laxmikanth Temple, and Jawahar PalaceÂ â€“ the former residence of the royal family.
Dipped in n enchanting shade of gold, Patwaon ki Haveli is an excellent example of architectural beauty with carvings as fine as done in jewellery. A must visit architectural marvel of Jaisalmer.
Located in the heart of Jaisalmer, this lake is literally a treat to the eyes. Artistically carved Chattris, Temples,
Shrines and Ghats surround the banks of Gadisar Lake. You can enjoy a boat ride on the lake or just sit on any of the Ghats and see the yellow sandstone banks change hues of ochre with the setting sun.
Jaisalmer offers a unique shopping experience to its visitors. The narrow bazaar lanes are lined up with shops on both sides, offering a wide range of items such as handicraft paintings, intricately carved wooden items, shawls, carpets, hand embroidered shoes, and silver jewelry.
Desert Cultural Centre & Museum exhibits local musical instruments, ancient coins and currency, traditional jewelry, historical displays of rulers, and armour of the bygone era armies. Live puppet show performed at this place is famous among tourists.