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This is palace is well worth a visit. At the entrance you have pay a camera fee 100 rupee. Inside the palace some lovely rooms including the throne room and silver throne. The view from the top of the palace is excellent out across the...More
While in the fort precincts, gaze up and marvel at the outsides of this palace (now converted into a museum), which has intricate carvings, and the pigeons resting in the ornate recesses adds to the charm of this palace. Thus, it is sure to arouse...More
Considering the condition of the palace, the entry fee is expensive. The money is definitely not going towards the maintenance of the palace. The public toilet, for example, is terribly dirty. The palace has much to offer, but it can be presented better. Items on...More
The Fort is lovely in itself and so is this part which is the maharajas places converted into a museum now. A living fort not seen so much in India as most are museums, hotels or abandoned- this one is thriving with people and life....More
The Maharaja Palace, as well as the Maharani Palace included in the same entry ticket, is a very interesting building within the walls of the city Fort. It helps you understand the history and evolution of this very special city, its people and its ruling...More
Definitely worth a visit to see the lifestyle and living quarters of the then royalty.However during peak season it is crowded and noisy with various groups and their guides.Stairways are narrow and stairs steep.Audio tours are available at a fee.Tickets are required to enter the...More
This place gives you an insight as to the history of Jaisalmer as well as how the maharajas lived. You also learn about the architecture, which is supposedly earthquake proof, because some the elements are built to collapse easily, and how they waged war.