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Jaisalmer, the city of the golden fort is spectacular, situated in the heart of the Thar desert, it seems suddenly to rise out of the desert haze, a magnificent edifice of massive yellow sandstone ramparts and bastions golden in the afternoon sun. Satyajeet Ray is film SONAL KILLA made it popular all over the country.

Area: 5.1 Sq.Km.
Altitude: 225 Meters


Summer: Max : 46 Deg. C Min : 34 Deg. C
Winter: Max : 14 Deg. C Min : 1 Deg. C

Rainfall: 10 cm

Season: October to March


Jaisalmer is connected by Broad Gauge rail and by National Highway roads with all cities.

Distances : Ajmer 500 Km., Barmer 153 Km., Bikaner 330 Km., Delhi 897 Km., Jaipur 638 Km., Jodhpur 285 Km., Udaipur 663 Km and Ahmedabad 500 Kms (via Sanchore, Mehsana & Barmer).


Amar Sagar, Bada Bagh, The Fort, Gadisar Lake, Manak Chowk, Mool Sagar, Nathmalji-Ki-Haveli, Patwon-Ki-Haveli, Salim Singh-Ki-Haveli, Tazia Tower etc.


Ludruwa (16 Km.) : The ancient capital of Jaisalmer, it is an important center of Jain pilgrimage. Wook Fossil Park, Aakal (17 Km). The fossils in this park, 180 millions old, stand witness to the geological cataclysms that have taken place in the Thar desert. Timings : 0800 to 1800 hrs. Sam Sand Dunes (42 Km). Camel safaris are conducted here to give tourists a feel of the desert. Folk dance & music programmes held during winter season. Desert National Park (45 Km). An excellent example of the eco-system of the Thar Desert and its diverse fauna. The variety of wildlife here includes the black buck, the great Indian bustard, chinkara, desert fox etc.

Pokaran (110 Km) Pokaran town is in the heart of the Thar desert. The Pokaran Fort was the citadel of the Champawat Rathores, mighty Rajput nobles of Marwar. The fort is now converted in to a heritage hotel.

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