There are many historical monuments in Rajasthan that reflect the glory of the kings of Rajputs. Among them, a monument which is a fortune, looks like a great architecture, that is, Jaisalmer Fort is to be explored in this blog.

About Jaisalmer Fort and its architecture– Jaisalmer Fort is a memorial that is an incredibly great reflection of the wonderful historical architecture. It is about 7.1 km from Bada Bagh in Jaisalmer, which is a state full of traditions and culture from Rajasthan. This cultural fortress is made of yellow sandstone, during which the lion shows yellow color and honey is bright color in the night. The view of Jaisalmer Fort in the evening is spectacular and destructive. In slipping the Thar Desert, it stands unhealthy on Trikuta Hill.This fort is known as ‘Sonar Kila’ in Rajasthan. It was built by Rajputs Bhati in 1156 AD, the fort has an elevation of 250 feet and 99 turret. Wales is the regular source of water in the fort. Jaisalmer Fort shows unreliability in architecture between all the historical monuments of Rajasthan.

History of Jaisalmer Fort– Jaisalmer fort was built by Bhati Rajput ruler Rao Jaisal in 1156 AD. This is the second monument of Rajasthan. This is an example of the architecture of sandstones. There are 3 layers made of solid layers, internal and outer layers and loose debris in these two layers. There were many battles in this fort.

In the 13th century, al-ud-Din-Khazali attacked the fort and kept it for 9 years. Rajput women committed suicide during the capture of the fort at that time. In 1541, the Mughal Emperor Humayun attacked the fort of the fort. The city played a major role in trade in the medieval period with Arabic, Persian, Egyptian and African countries. In British rule, Bombay came out in front of a major part of the business, which causes a decline in business from Fort City. It came in a significant sight during the 1965 and 1971 wars with Pakistan. At that time, the entire population lived in the fort. Around 4000 people were mostly resident in the fort complex near most Brahmins and neighbors.

Jaisalmer Fort at Jaisalmer City

Jaisalmer Fort Attractions – With the Jaisalmer Fort, the Rajasthan state itself is a charming and charming place. There are many monuments in it that show the humor and glory of Rajputs. Jaisalmer Fort is famous as the Taj of Rajasthan because its vision is a complete sight which is pleasant in the night of Purnima. The architecture of the fort is amazing because it has many attractions spots in the fort:

Raj Mahal of Fort

Laxminath temple of Fort

Jain temple of Fort

4 Gateways of Fort

The Merchant Havelis of Fort

On the night of Purnima, the city explores beautiful tunes, folk dances, rhythmic songs and many exciting competition competitions. Particularly camel race, colorful market, and Mr. Desert competition attract a lot of attraction for tourists.

Places for shopping, food and tourism – Jaisalmer’s journey can be completed only when you buy here for those things which are the status of Rajasthanis. Jaisalmer is known for handicrafts, embroidery work, mirror work, antiques and old stone works. Instead of local shops to venture from government stores, it will be more beneficial for tourists to save money. Some famous markets in Jaisalmer are Sadar Bazar, Pansari Bazar, Border Village, Gandhi Darshan, Manak Chowk and Khadi Gramodog Emporium.

Jaisalmer is a cultural city and it is rich in delicious food dishes, which is difficult to eat instead of the food items of metropolitan cities. For non-vegetarians, your taste buds should be shaken by the Marg-e-Sabz. Boil the potato and gravy stuffed with curry peacora, mint paste, in Bhanon Aloo. Three restaurants, chawki richly restaurants are famous for Rajasthani dishes.

Some interesting and exciting excursions for tourists visiting are wood fossil parks in the Amar Sagar Lake, Bada Bagh, Desert National Park, Khurti Sand Tunes, Sam Sand Tunes, Jaisalmer.

To access Locale / Trails– Jaisalmer of Rajasthan state is situated in the heart of Thar Desert, Rajasthan. There is good access to this place by road, rail and air. The nearest airport is Jodhpur Airport, which is 285 km from Jaisalmer. Jaisalmer is connected by rail transport to every major city of India. This city is connected to well-maintained roads. Deluxe and ordinary buses of Rajasthan roadways are connected internally with the cities of Rajasthan, such as Jodhpur, Bikaner, Barmer, Jaipur, Mount Abu and many more. Local transport in Rajasthan is convenient, auto-rickshaws and bicycles are included.

If you are planning holidays and want to go to a place which gives you deep insight into the history, tradition and culture of India, then this place is not better than Jaisalmer Fort in Rajasthan.