Distance between Amritsar and Jaisalmer Beach is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Founded by Guru Ram Das in 1547, Amritsar means the Holy pool of nectar. This name is inspired from the sacred pool in the Golden Temple and is also called the Jewel of Punjab. It is an important pilgrimage for Sikhs but people of all faiths visit this temple from all around the World.
Amritsar is a city of beautiful shrines and hosts the historical Jallianwala Bagh reminding tourists of Indian Independence Struggle. Savaari offers you a cab service and take you around this landmark city of Indian Independence Struggle while ensuring you a pleasant journey.
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Jaisalmer Fort - Jaisalmer fort is also known as the Sonar Quila Colourful shades of the setting sun and golden hues of the desert ambience give a fairy tale look to this mega structured fort. The interior of this fort is amazing. It is a 'working fort' meaning that unlike every other fort in India, there are people living and working within its walls. Tourists can also visit many havelis of rich merchants, which are also having a touch of great classical interior and design.
Jain Temple - There are 7 beautifully curved temples built inside the fort walls. These temples were built in between from 12th century to 15th century.
Haveli's - Patwon-ki-Haveli in particular, located a ten minute walk from the main gates of the fort, is quite magnificent. It's a collection of five houses, each one for the son of a wealthy trader who made money lending to the government.