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DESERT CIRCUIT
Jodhpur - Barmer - Jaisalmer - Bikaner
 
 
The Golden Entrada
Rajasthan has long been known for it's sand dunes , rural vibrance and women dressed in colorful hues but there exists a world of mystery and magic that takes a wandering mind beyond the virtual confines of this real world. The magic of the dessert shall indeed captivate the imaginative desperation that aspires to extend it's zone of realization. A rendezvous with this rainbow of magic shall indeed add colours to your zest to discover these mystical parameters of nature.
 
Jodhpur

The home of Rathores, Marwar or Marudesh was conquered by their after the fall of Delhi and Kannauj. Rao Jodha founded Jodhpur in 1459 The old city is fortified, and the wall surrounding it is nearly 10 kms long with eight gates facing in various directions. The city is situated at the foot of a hillock.

 
Bikaner
Founded in 1488 AD, by the Rathore prince, Bika. This is a true desert country and situated on the ancient caravan routes which linked West / Central Asia and North India with the seaports of Gujarat, making Bikaner a flourishing trade centre in the medieval period.
Bikaner is the city of heritage palaces, fort and temples. The must visit places are Gajner Palace and Lal Garh Palace Junagarh Fort, the Karni Mata temple at Deshnok, Kolayat.Places of tourist interest in Bikaner are: Lal Garh Palace,Gajner Palace,Junagarh Fort, Prachina Meuseum
 
 
Jaisalmer

Few cities can match the magnificence of this 'museum city', located in the heart of Thar. Founded by Rao Jaisal in 1156 AD, on the advice of local hermit Eesul. The Bhati Rajputs of Jaisalmer were a feared lot known for their valour and chivalry. They levied taxes on the caravans, that travelled the ancient spice route on their way to Delhi, and went on rampage over the nearby fortresses, bringing huge wealth to the city.

 
   
Barmer  

The interesting places are damaged fort and few jain temples. Barmer is 12th century city. In Kiradu which near to Barmer you can the ruins of some beautiful 12th century temple. The Tilwara cattle fair, hand block printing and furniture of Barmer are very famous.

Not only the aristocracy but the merchants were also benefited, and their riches were displayed in their richly carved and decorated havelis.