Patwon ki Haveli

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Jaisalmer was an important staging post on the caravan route between India and Persia, Arabia and the West. It therefore comes as no surprise that the town boasts a number of splendid havelis in pink-ochre sandstone, built by the rich merchants of the 18C and 19C. The Patwon ki Haveli (19C) - the largest and most beautiful of these - stands in a narrow street in the lower town and is adorned with a finely sculpted façade with 60 balconies, each of which is different in style. The sculptural work here is particularly remarkable.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Gopa Chowk

Price:

50 ₹

Opening hours

8am-7pm

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