Visited the haveli on 01.01.2016. though the haveli is situated in very interior of the city, so one has to be expert in driving in narrow lanes leading to haveli. the haveli is equally good as patwon ki haveli. The district administration must pay attention towards the cleanliness of the area surrounding the haveli.
Occupied by the most influential family in XVIII century Jaisalmer. The roof of the haveli has been constructed in the form of Peacock. The haveli consists of as many as 38 balconies and they all have distinct designs for themselves. Open early morning till 5 P.M.
such a beautiful example of architecture. I hope Rajashthan govt pay more attention to cleanliness and maintenance of these magnificent buildings.
We are really scraping the bottom of the barrel here. When I went, almost all the doors were locked on the way up the main staircase. It gets one star because the view on the roof is nice. Otherwise completely pointless, there is really nothing to see here.
We traveled the place with a group. We have seen similar craftsmanship in other places of Rajasthan. It is sill standing tall in our cultural history. But I am not sure about its future.
I dont know how the owners of this can be so rude and that too after charging a hefty entrance fee. The so called guides are equally rude and are probably owners agent. A strict thumbs down. You will feel exhausted physically and mentally after visitng this. A third class monument with the owners wanting to exploit its history and... 更多
Generally all havelis are beautiful but care need s to be taken for maintenance. This is also a private Haveli. There are camera and ticket charges. One can take a otto to visit as lanes are too narrow. Nice architecture,
Must visit place. Use Guide. However the guide that we got was very rude. But without guide you would not understand the importance of the place. The guide explains , how this building was made of bricks , without cement as there was shortage of water. How the entire building can be opened and re-joined again.