Rajasthan is one of India’s most beautiful tourist places. It is considered the most prioritized tourist destination for local and international tourists because of the famous historical monuments, art, crafts, culture and tradition, and Rajasthan food. It has several major tourist attractions destinations, but one of the most famous destinations of Rajasthan is Jaisalmer.

Jaisalmer owns a core place in the tourism scenery of Rajasthan, which is located in the northwestern part of the Indian State and is popularly known as the golden city as it has many magnanimous golden dunes and historical forts built with golden honey sandstones.


The Jaisalmer Fort is one of the largest and eccentric forts globally and famous as its landmark. It is also known as the Sonar Qila in the local language of Rajasthan because of its golden rich yellow appearance. It presents a golden yellow shade when the sun rays strike the fort, and at the time of sunset, it turns out a beautiful honey-gold color. The fort’s golden yellow color makes it camouflaged in the sandy stretches of Jaisalmer and thus considered one of the biggest tourist attractions and also excite the people who love photography.

The best time to visit Jaisalmer forts is from October to March, and the entry timing is Preferably before 8 pm.

Tourists can visit a museum, shops, hotels, and eateries near the Jaisalmer fort. Apart from it, within the walls of Jaisalmer forts, Jain temple, enormous gateways, Havelis, etc., have enclosed.

After attracting millions of worldwide tourists towards the majestic Jaisalmer Fort’s beauty, there are many more significant tourist attractions in the beautiful city of Jaisalmer. Such as ancient Kuldhara Village, magnificently designed Jain temples, surreal Gadisar Lake, Sam Sand Dunes, artistic Tazia Tower, desert national park, etc.

Another fascinating beauty of Jaisalmer is the Jain temple which is the most devout attraction in Jaisalmer. These temples have carved and engraved with impressive and eye-catchy carvings. Tourists can experience the fine sculptures around the temple walls protected by glass cabinets; besides, the beautiful temple pillars beautifully sculpted with celestial women and gods.

Another fantastic place where most tourists spotted in Jaisalmer is Desert National Park, whose significant part is cover with sand dunes and is considered one of India’s largest national parks extending over 3,162 square kilometers to provide shelter to various flora and fauna, migratory birds. The Desert park’s major attraction, which attracts millions of tourists, is the endangered Indian Bustard and jeep safari.

One of the main occasions tourists spotted in Jaisalmer is the Jaisalmer Desert Festival. It has celebrated as an occasion of three days held in Magh (February), Organized by the Rajasthan Tourism Department. Visitors can enjoy the cultural heritage of performing arts, puppet shows, the Panihari Matka race, local artistry, traditional folksongs performances by artists and musicians, and beautiful wood carvings during this desert festival. 

 To understand the true spirit and essence of the magical and fantastic city of Jaisalmer in Rajasthan. It would be best if you once visited the traditional city of Jaisalmer, whose tradition, culture, food, monuments, temples, handicrafts, and the tourist spot will take your heart.

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