The city of Jaisalmer shines like an illusion in the midst of the forlorn excellence of the hot desolate deserts of Rajasthan. It is a little city that can be secured inside of two hours of relaxed walking around the paths and by-paths, and has a phenomenally medieval feel and inconceivable climate. The havelis (houses of rich traders) which are the pride of Jaisalmer’s engineering and a part of the national legacy ought to be seen and respected at an unhurried pace. The Jaisalmer Fort, roosted on the triangular-formed Trikuta Hills, contains a few diamonds of Jain sanctuary structures, while wonderfully enlivened havelis are scattered all through the town. The city is additionally renowned for its excellent weaving.
The Jaisalmer Fort is the second most established fortification in Rajasthan after Chittaur, and orders the desertscape from its 250 feet high platform on the Trikuta Hill. Three in number dividers ensure the stronghold. The fortress has five castles called Sarvottam Vilas, Akhai Vilas, Gaj Mahal, Rang Mahal and Moti Mahal. Jali or latticework screens of fabulous craftsmanship shade insides from the wild warmth and desert winds. The Rang Mahal has some dazzling wall paintings painted on curves and spandrels. The fortification contains 33% of the city’s populace. Numerous houses give spending plan settlement to guests and have doodad shops.
Gadi Sagar Lake:
Gadi Sagar Lake is a standout amongst the most imperative vacation destinations in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, North India. Its appeal lies in the way that it was the main wellspring of water for the Jaisalmer city in the long time past days. A synthetic repository, the Gadi Sagar Lake in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan was built by Raja Rawal Jaisal, the main leader of Jaisalmer. In the later years Maharaja Garisisar Singh reconstructed and patched up the lake.
Three perfectly molded Jain sanctuaries devoted to Rishabhdevji, Sambhavanathji and the Ashthapadi sanctuary are situated inside of the post. Their ornamentation, done in the style of the Dilwara sanctuaries at Mt. Abu, is superb. The emerald symbol of Mahavira here is an unparalleled diamond.
This haveli has two indistinguishable looking bits, which are, indeed, two unique parts united by a typical façade. The anticipated overhangs or jharokhas are an impeccable case of diamond setter’s craft connected to stone cutting.
Lodurva, the old capital of the Bhattis, is 16 km from Jaisalmer. Its vestiges are gone by for the immense Jain sanctuary and the Kalpataru, a legendary tree of wish satisfaction. Lodurva has an extraordinary number of peacocks that float around the sanctuary dividers loaning marvelous shading to the dry and stony scene. Amar Sagar is a terrific counterfeit store for water with a sanctuary and a promenade on the bank that is a flawless spot for an outing.
Akal Wood Fossil Park:
The Akal Wood Fossil Park is a 21-hectare safeguarded zone that takes you back to the Jurassic period when the entire Thar district lay under the ocean. Fossilized logs of trees trunks lie presented to see. Multitudinous trunks lie covered profound under sand, 25 are seen and 15 are over the ground. The biggest log is seven meters long and 1.5 meters in width.