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most beautiful haweli of 200 years old vintage, maimtained in excellent shape and housing beautiful collection of furniture, clothings, household articles , from a private collection of generations who lived there.
One should not miss Patwon ki haveli while he is in Jaisalmer.
This one being the first, and only worth seeing from inside, of the series of 5 havelis offers great collection of articles which describes how the richi rich business men of the early...More
Tourist spots are forcibly made out of places where there is a scarcity of tourist spots. Patwon ki haveli is one such place. It is a small haveli which feels exciting if this is the first place you visit in the city. But if you...More
If you want to see a haveli go there but its ike a palace or a fort where things are up for display bit not quiet how they would otherwise be placed ..designs on the walls and intricate carvings are spellbinding. Can take great pics...More
If you on a rajasthan trip and had already seen other forts than there is nothing new to see in this fort except for the terrace and few points that you can use to capture good photos.
There is another monument in Jaisalmer called Jaisalmer...More
It was indeed fascinating to see the 5 havelis with the intricately carved windows. The approach area is on the dirty side so watch your step for animal droppings. The family still stays in certain parts of the havelis and they sell some items in...More
Patwon Ki Haveli. The Patwon Ji ki Haveli is an interesting piece of Architecture and is the most important among the havelis in Jaisalmer. ... The first among these havelis was commissioned and constructed in the year 1805 by Guman Chand Patwa and is the...More