Jaisalmer Fort, Rajasthan

The Jaisalmer Fort of Rajasthan is known as the Golden Fort or the Sone Ka Quila amongst the people. Established in the frontier city of Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, on the border of the Thar Desert make this fort a tourism mine for the travellers.

The Jaisalmer Fort is called golden fort because it is built with the yellow sandstone that reflects the golden aura about the fortification. The Jaisalmer Fort is a standout amongst the most celebrated strongholds in Rajasthan and in all finished India. It has awesome authentic significance as the same numbers of the Rajput groups' notable accomplishments are carved in its golden walls. The Jaisalmer Fort was worked in the year 1156 by a specific Rajput Rawal Jaiswal. It was after its foundation that it ended up being the focus of numerous verifiable occasions with the progression of time. From the securing of the armed forces of the zone by different annexers like the Sultans, Mughals, Britishers and some more, every one of these accomplishments is honoured in the Jaisalmer fortification by its arrangement of fantastic entryways.

The Jaisalmer Fort is based on a high level over the city at a high elevation. The solid high walls and the landscape make the post a secure foundation. The insides of the fort there is a display of craftsmanship and model. Shape terrific structures to wellsprings, statues and landmark filled patios to manicured gardens everything is exuberating royalness. The Jaisalmer Fort houses the Jaisalmer Museum that stocks the celebrated past of the land. This fortification is an awesome tourism location and being on the core of the Jaisalmer City, it is especially commutable. The Jaisalmer Fort is the centre of attraction of the city and many shooting also takes place in the fort. This is definitely a must visit spot in Rajasthan.

Entry Fees

30 INR for Indians and 70 INR for Others

Timings

Jaisalmer Fort open at 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Photography

Allowed | 50 INR

Videography

Allowed | 150 INR

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