Ramdevra Fort

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Ramdevra Temple is 12 kilometers from Pokhran on the Jodhpur – Jaisalmer highway. Although most people mistakenly believe it is a temple dedicated to Lord Ram, it is actually a shrine to renowned saint Baba Ramdevji. Baba Ramdevji's eternal resting place is marked by a temple that is visited by people of all religions. A big fair known as Ramdevra Fair is held here between August and September, and it attracts a large number of devotees who sing devotional songs all night long.

More About Jaisalmer Tourism

Jaisalmer, India's 'Golden Capital,' is located in the heart of the Thar desert in Rajasthan and is built on a base of yellow sandstone. The gleaming yellow stone statues are a sight to see in the sunshine. Jaisalmer has a diverse range of attractions, including yellowed forts, golden palaces, and even abandoned cities! Jaisalmer is a once-in-a-lifetime experience due to its unique charm, which is reflected in the contrasting hues of gold against bright shades of blue and green.

People Also Ask About Jaisalmer
  • Q: What is the best time to visit Jaisalmer?


    The best time to visit Jaisalmer is from October to March. It gets very hot in the summers.

  • Q: How to reach Jaisalmer?


    There is no airport in Jaisalmer; the nearest airport, Jodhpur, is 300 kilometers away. Jaisalmer, on the other hand, is well connected to the rest of India through India's extensive rail network. Weekly direct trains run between New Delhi and Jaisalmer, while regular trains run between Jaisalmer and other cities in the province.
    Jaisalmer is linked to other cities in Rajasthan by the Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation, which operates buses and Volvos. Inter-state buses run regularly from Gujarat, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, and New Delhi, according to some private bus operators.

  • Q: What are some of the must visit places in Jaisalmer?


    Some of the must-visit spots in Jaisalmer are the Jaisalmer fort, Patwon ki Haveli, Salim Singh ki Haveli, Mandir Palace, and Kuldhara.

  • Q: Is Jaisalmer safe?


    In comparison to other cities in Rajasthan, Jaisalmer is a very peaceful city with high security. Visitors are not permitted to walk across the border regions, despite the fact that it is very close to Pakistan.
    Jaisalmer, unlike other towns, has small lanes that are still bustling with hawkers and shoppers. Most of the time, riders on bikes or scooters drive erratically. So be cautious when going down those streets.

  • Q: What should I buy from Jaisalmer?


    Since you're in Jaisalmer, you can expect to see products made of leather (mostly goat, as camel leather, is now illegal to sell in Rajasthan), silk embroidery, and cotton. Most of the job is undertaken locally or by village "widows." Handcrafted garments and bedsheets, silver jewelry, and antiques are also available (knives, swords, utensils, etc.)

  • Q: How to commute in the city?


    - The small city can easily be explored on foot, but bikes can be rented to explore the city and some of the surrounding areas.

    - Bicycles and auto-rickshaws are also common modes of transportation in Jaisalmer. If you have enough cash, an auto rickshaw is a better option, especially in congested areas. There are several landmarks near alleys, and bicycles are useful for avoiding bottlenecks. There are numerous locations, such as Gandhi Chowk, where you can rent a bicycle for $5 to $30 per hour or day.

    - Cabs are accessible from both private and government-run companies. However, they are more expensive than private sightseeing vans.

  • Q: What are the special dishes one should try while in Jaisalmer?


    Some of the specialty food items in Jaisalmer are: Pyaaz ki kachori, gatte ki sabzi, makhaniya lassi, daal baatu churma, ker sagri, bhaang lassi, mirchi bhajiya, chana Jaisalmer, kesariya thandai, and Rajsathani laal maas

  • Q: How far is Thar desert from Jaisalmer?


    The desert begins on the outskirts of the city. The major sand dunes in the desert are about 40 kilometers from Jaisalmer.