Once you reach Jaisalmer you'll see endless haveli's. Every hotel, house etc is built using same stone and designed in similar way.
1 - 10 of 196 reviews
I thought it was gorgeous. A little over priced but well Maintained and lots of beautiful light filtered through the building for the photo lovers like me. Don't bother with the gift shop and stroll the streets after for the same stuff but fraction of...More
This is a must see while on a city tour of Jaisalmer. Beautiful and intricate sculptures and work of art in haveli !
You do not need ot go inside there is nothing worth seeing other than typical tourist stall and poorly maintained interiors.
over hyped because most other buildings in the vicinity bear similar architecture. inhabitants are rather hostile towards Indian tourists who cannot be fooled with their fairy-tales, into paying hefty sums. Seems the badness of the original ancestor runs into the family even today. quite unlike...More
This is one of the smaller haveli's and a part of it is still occupied. The guide that took us around described the history well and explained things in detail.We were also taken to a room where things were being sold but were not pressurised...More
Salim Singh was a villain. If you have a guided tour, you will know all about him. The whole colony outside jaisalmer fort is beautiful and keep walking to find this structure. Come here if you have extra time.
The palatial house was built for Salim Singh, prime minister of Jaisalmer, over 300 years back. The exquisitely carved arch roof is in the shape of a peacock. People still live here.