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Desert National Park Jaisalmer

Desert National ParkDesert National Park is located in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan. It is 40 km from Jaisalmer/ Barmer district. Desert National Park is not only the largest park in the state but there is no equivalent national park in India. The total area of ​​the park is 3162 square kilometers. A large part of the park is filled with faded salt lakes and thorny bushes. Along with this there is also abundance of sand dunes. 20 percent of the park is decorated with sand dunes. The major area of ​​the park is lined with steep cliffs, small salt lake foothills, paved sand dunes and wastelands.Desert National ParkThe most special thing about this park is that the park is

Barmer Fort, Rajasthan

Barmer Fort Barmer Fort, located in Barmer district of Rajasthan state, is one of the most famous tourist attractions. Barmer Fort is situated on the top of a rocky hill, which has been witness to many historical events. Barmer Fort was built in 1552 AD by Rawat Bhima in the present city of Barmer when he shifted his capital from Juna to Barmer. He built a fort at the top of the city, also known as Barmer Gir. Located at an altitude of 1383 feet above the fort is the top point of the hill, but Rawat Bhima built the fort at an altitude of 676 feet which is a safer place than the hill top. The main entrance of the fort

Kiradu Temple Barmer Rajasthan

Kiradu TempleThe temple of Kiradu in Barmer, a stronghold of Dhoro, is in the village of Hatma, 43 km from Barmer. Kiradu is called Khajuraho of Rajasthan, the temple of Kiradu built in South Indian style is famous for its architecture. The artistic design of a series of ruined five temples overlooking the ruins captivates the viewer. The place is said to have been named 'Kirat Kup' in 1161 BCE.Kiradu Mandir Barmer No facts exist about who built the Kiradu temples. Three inscriptions of Vikram century 12 are available here. The first inscription is Vikram Samvat 1209 Magh Vadi 14 accordingly dated 24 January 1153 which dates to Chalukya Kumar Pal of Gujarat. The second is Vikram Samvat 1218, AD 1161, which gives