Desert—the word itself creates an image of longing in your head and dryness in your mouth. In Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, you will witness that the harshest living conditions bring the gift of creativity and colour. By Amit Srivastava

Jaisalmer
“Our clothes will add colour to this parched landscape and our music will fill this dry air with love.” People of Jaisalmer embrace the desert, and know how to make the most of whatever nature offers them.
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The Chhatris (cenotaphs) at Bara Bagh are a celebration of the contribution of Jaisalmer’s royal family to the region. It is also popular for offering gorgeous sunset views.
Jaisalmer
For thousands of years men and camel have conquered the desert together. Rocking on the back of the camel, you see through the bygone era.
Jaisalmer
Faith has to be understood by standing with the faithful. Experience how faith moves from one generation to the other in
the temples of Jaisalmer Fort.
Jaisalmer
Dry winds don’t wear down the yellow sandstone of the Jaisalmer Palace. The statues of the 12th-century Jain Temple are as fresh as they were the day the artist finished carving them.

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