Jaisalmer Industrial Visit

 Jaisalmer is the ideal place for visiting wind farms, the geographical location and the advantage of year round winds across the jaiselmer desert had laid down the foundation of  various wind farms, The Jaisalmer wind park, developed by Suzlon Group, crossed 1000 MW of installed capacity during the FY12. This achievement makes the wind park the largest of its kind in India. The wind park, initiated by Suzlon in August 2001, generated 1,064 MW of power on 1st April, 2012. The wind park equips varied range of turbines, including the earliest 350 kW model to the latest S9X-2.1 MW series. It further involves a cluster of wind farm sites at Amarsagar, Badabaug, Tejuva and Soda Mada, within the Jaisalmer district.

Situated in the heart of the Thar Desert, the Jaisalmer Fort seems suddenly to rise out of the desert haze, a magnificent edifice of massive yellow sandstone ramparts and bastions bathed golden in the sunlight. The city was founded in 1156 by Rawal Jaisal, a Bhati Rajput King, after whom it is named – and till today exudes an age-old aura of valour and royalty.
Apart from the spectacular golden fort or Sonar Qila, as it is known locally, Jaisalmer also boasts of some beautifully constructed medieval Havelis and a Jain temple.

Sights to See

The Fort

The Fort, said to be one of the largest in the world, is entered through four massive gateways in each direction. It encompasses within it the Raj Mahal (royal palace), Jain temples, a Laxminath temple, Havelis built by wealthy merchants hundreds of years ago, several eateries and shops.

Visitors information: Fort Palaces: Timings: 9 am to 6 pm; Entrance Fee: Indians Rs. 30 per person. Foreigners Rs. 250 Audio Camera Fee: Rs. 50. Jain temples: Timings: 8 am to 12 noon; Entry fee: Foreigners Rs. 30 Camera Fee: Rs.70

Gadsisar Lake
This rainwater conservation lake built by Maharawal Gadsi in the 14th century was once the main source of drinking water for the entire town of Jaisalmer. There are many small temples and shrines around it. This is the most popular point to take photographs of Jaisalmer fort early in the morning when the fort looks golden with the first rays of the Sun.

Havelis in town
Salim Singh Haveli: Entry fee Rs. 20; Nathmalji-Ki-Haveli, Patwon-Ki-Haveli: Timings: 10 am to 5 pm. Entry fee: Foreigners Rs. 50, Indians Rs. 10

How would you like to travel?

The nearest airport at Jodhpur (300 km)
 Jaisalmer is connected by rail with Jodhpur and Delhi which in turn is connected to major cities and towns in India
Jaisalmer is connected by motorable roads with:
  • Ajmer 513 km
  • Barmer 153 km
  • Bikaner 330 km
  • Delhi 897 km
  • Jaipur 638 km
  • Jodhpur 290 km
  • Mt. Abu 572 km, via Jodhpur and 440 km via Barmer
  • Udaipur 563 km

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  • Bhoruka Power Corporation limited
  • Wind farm at Village Badabagh

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Amar Sagar (5 km): Summer palace, garden. Entry fee: Rs. 10. Jain temple: Timings: 8 am to 6 pm, Entry fee: Foreigners Rs. 30, Camera Fee: Rs. 70

Bada Bagh (6 km): Royal cenotaphs and garden. Entry fee: Foreigners Rs. 50 Indians Rs. 20

Ludruwa (16 km): The ancient capital of Jaisalmer and an important centre of Jain pilgrimage.

Baisakhi (16 km): A pilgrimage for Hindus, attracting a number of devotees on full moon Mondays of Baisakh every year for holy dip. A temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is originally of early Pratihar period and seems to have been restored in the 16th century

Wood Fossil Park, Aakal (17 km):The fossils in this park, 180 million years old, stand witness to the geological cataclysms that have taken place in the Thar Desert. Timings: 8 am to 6 pm. Entry fee: Rs. 20 Sam Sand Dunes (42 km): Camel safaris are conducted here to give tourists a feel of the desert. Accommodation: Hotel Sam Dhani Complex (RTDC), Tel: 02992 252392; D.D.S. Holidays, Tel: 02992 250052, Fax: 256036, Mobile: 94141450733Desert National Park (45 km): An excellent example of the eco-system of the Thar Desert and its diverse fauna. The variety of wildlife here includes the black buck, the great Indian bustard, chinkara, desert fox, etc. No permission required. Entry fee charged by the Deputy Director, Desert National Park, Tel: 02992 252489
Pokharan (110 km): Pokaran town lies in the heart of the Thar Desert. The Pokaran Fort was the citadel of the Champawat Rathores, mighty Rajput nobles of Marwar. The fort is now converted into a heritage hotel. Accommodation: Motel Govadan (RTDC), Tel: 02994 222275; Fort Pokaran, Tel: 02994 222274. Fax: 22878
Barmer (153 km):A small and lively desert town, known for its hand block printing industry, carved wooden furniture and colourful costumes worn by its friendly people. The Barmer Festival is held every year in the month of March. Accommodation: Hotel Khartal (RTDC), Tel: 02982 222956.Just 35 km from Barmer is a group of five temples in architectural style known as Kiradu. These temples feature some very fine sculpture; Someshwara Temple with a multi-tier spire is the most impressive.