- Famous for: History, Photography, Architecture.
- Entry Fee: No entry fee needed.
- Visiting Time: 8 am to 7 pm (Daily).
- Visiting Duration: 1-2 hours.
A small but charming and unique compilation of Jaisalmer’s history in the form of artifacts, coins, photographs of the earlier times and a historical collection of the city’s good old times is exhibited thoroughly in Thar Heritage museum. The snakes and ladders game is also an engaging one after a brief tour in this stunning museum. It is more of a private collection of Jaisalmer’s royal times and the owner here is also quite helpful as he guides you throughout the collection and telling the exact details of each historical artifact demonstrated.
Jaisalmer, present in the state of Rajasthan, is situated 580 kilometers from the capital of the city, Jaipur. Located at the core of the enormous Thar Desert, Jaisalmer is a mesmerizing place with its Jain temples symbolizing beauty and intricate craftsmanship. The golden hue of the place with its architectural beauty is a must visit for any traveller wishing to open up their mind to the vastness of the sandy region. Let’s look into some of the best places to visit in Jaisalmer and the timings to visit them.
Jaisalmer’s second most popular spot after the Jaisalmer Fort is Patwon Ki Haveli, which is not just a single building, but a combination of five different Havelis, each with a distinct quality of its own. Patwon Ki Haveli, with its unique architecture and design is one of the most significant Havelis in Jaisalmer, and Rajasthan. With its construction of yellow sandstone mirroring that of nearly every other building in Jaisalmer, Patwon Ki Haveli stands out due to its unusual and wonderful design. Here are some interesting things about Patwon Ki Haveli to make your next trip memorable.