Desert Safari In Jaisalmer

Desert Safari In Jaisalmer

Winds Desert Camp Provided Desert Safari In Jaisalmer Spend a whole night or an evening in the Thar Desert Safari In Jaisalmer and enjoy folk music, traditional songs, Kalbelia dance, CameL Safari, exclusive dinner Swiss Tent and beds Winds Desert Camp respect our customers and thank them for awarding us phenominal success and making us the best in the business. Winds Desert Camp appreciate your trust and will continue to provide you the best services.Winds Desert Camp respect your emotions, celebrate your rituals listen your suggestion inderstand your needs care for your budget deliver to the expectations and propose the best to make your dream holiday come true.Get Free Quote

Safari in Jaisalmer :- Lonely roads, scarce life, no vegetation where are we Amid deserts where the horizon meets you and only you remain. A camp in the lap of nature so barren yet so subtle.You have all the time in the world to spend on yourself Precious time which you yearned for A proper camel Safari in the Desert can only experience all these The thought finding oneself between the sea of sand is itself mesmerizing The hobbies of royalties of Rajasthan have come within the reach of the masses A large number of travel agents and tour operators in Rajasthan organize camel safaris Jeep safari is also worth taking in Jaisalmer if you are a fun loving and adventurous creature.Jeep safari is usually affordable and is generally done on 4X4 open Jeeps. These are powerful machines and are fit for long excursions such as Sam Sand Dunes and Phalodi. You can opt for the same in the Desert National Park too.Get Free Quote

History Of Jaisalmer :- The History of Jaisalmer has a charm of its own. Like all other cities of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer too has its own glorious past to boast about. History of Jaisalmer draws heavily from the history of the Rajputana. The city is said to be founded by one Raja Rawal Jaisal, a Bhatti Rajput ruler, in approximately 1156 A D. Legends go by that he did it on the behest of a local hermit named Eesaal. The raja choose Trikut hill as the new site for his fort. This was because he thought that his previous abode at Luderwa (16 km from present Jaisalmer) was vulnerable towards possible enemy assault.In medieval times, Jaisalmer continued to be on the focus of the masses because of its location. It falls in the way of one of the two routes, which connected India from Persia, Egypt, Africa and the west. The Bhatti Rajput rulers were still in line. They were the sole guardian of the city and thus mustered enough wealth through taxes levied on the passing caravans, of which there was no scarcity.

For many years Jaisalmer remained out of bound from the foreign rulers partly because of its location and partly because of its relief. In the mid Thirteenth century, Ala-ud-din Khilji, the Turk-Afghan ruler of Delhi laid the siege over the city. He was apparently upset with the Bhatti Rajput rulers because they stopped and looted one of his caravans containing royal coffer which was on its way to Sind. The siege lasted for around 9 long years and when the fall seemed eminent the Rajput womenfolk of the city committed Jauhar (self Immolation to avoid disgrace).It is said that Duda, the son of Raja Jaisimha, fought vehemently in the battle but was overpowered after the fierce hand to hand combat. He died fighting. His descendants continued to rule the city. Though they had a cordial relation with the Mughal rulers in Delhi, they fought unsuccessfully with Emperor Humayun. Emperor Shah Jahan gave the right of governance to Sabala Simha, who had the royal patronage and had shown remarkable valor to win the Battle of Peshawar.Get Free Quote

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