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Jaisalmer has an area of 38401 km, which is the largest district of Rajasthan in terms of area.
it also forms the longest border with the international border.This international border is known as the Indo-Pakistan border line Radcliffe.
4 Tehsils in Jaisalmer district is.
The Khadin system of water source is famous by the Paliwal Brahmins in Jaisalmer district.
Editor does Lokesh Kumar Yadav Shahpura Jaipur
The district’s pincode is 345001, telephone code 02992 and vehicle code RJ 15.
Something About Jaisalmer
Jaisalmer is located in the far west of Rajasthan and is the largest district in Rajasthan in terms of area.
Prior to independence, here was the kingdom of Bhati Rajputs.
It was founded by Bhati Raja Jaisal in 1178 AD.
If you have ever been to Andaman, you will also like Jaisalmer.
This district is the least populated.
At the same time, it also has the lowest population density. It averages only 17 people per square km.
Jaisalmer is also known as ‘Swarna Nagri’.
Everything is in it Sonar Fort, Rajasthan
Sonar Fort of Jaisalmer is world famous due to its architecture.
Yellow stones have been used in the construction of this fort. When the rays of the sun fall on the fort, it shines like gold, that is why it is known as the fort of sonar.
Chandraprabhu Jain Temple inside the Jaisalmer Fort
- Chandraprabhu idol inside Chandraprabhu Jain Temple of Jaisalmer Fort
- Ceiling of Jain temple inside the Jaisalmer Fort
- Carving on wall of Jain Temple, Jaisalmer Fort
- Palace in the fort
- Cannon at Jaisalmer Fort
- Evening view of Jaisalmer Fort
- Fort entrance
- Fort Palace – Jaisalmer Fort
- Jaisalmer Fort and City
- Jaisalmer Citadel
- Carvings in the fort
Thar Desert, India’s largest desert, is located here. Here summer is more hot and winter is more cold.
Bhadli is a village situated 110 km from the district headquarters and on the border of Barmer district.
There is a famous temple of Shri Karni Mata, where the fair fills every year.
Here is the monastery of the miraculous Baba Shri Motigiri, on the snake bites, worship is done in the temple of Shri Moti Giri in connection with the donation of life, a fair is filled here every year, thousands of people come from nearby villages every year.
The village has the temples of
Mata Rani Bhatiyani,
Sant Jasa Ramji,
Hanuman Temple Thakurji,
The village of Bhadli mainly consists of Bhati, Rathore, Chauhan, Jain, Tailor, Suthar, Pushkaran Brahmin, Megwal, Garg, Jijianali, Bhadli, Deora, Kunda, Sihadar and Beiya.
How They Survive in Hot Desert Place?
Gandhi Canal End in Jaisalmer
The last end of the Indira Gandhi Canal Project is also here in Mohangarh Sub-Tehsil. This canal is cultivated in a large area in Jaisalmer.
Farming at Jaisalmer
In the northern region there are agricultural areas like Nachna, Mohangarh, Suthar Ministers, 2 K M Chouraha, Ramgarh etc.
Most of the farmers in these areas are from Ganganagar, Hanuman Garh, Bikaner, Nagaur, Churu and Barmer. Some local farmers also do farming,
the truth is that it is believed that the way of doing canal agriculture is given to the local farmers by farmers coming from other districts.
Guar, moong, moth, sesame, groundnut, mustard, millet, gram, cumin, isabgol are predominantly sown in cultivation here. Although in some places apart from the canal, cultivation is also done from tubewells, but it is reduced, there are two reasons.
One, there is no abundant amount of water in the land and the other is saline water in most places. Together, the rainfall here is less than the average. If there is good rainfall at the time, rainy farming is also done here.
Here the rainy water is stored in its field and stored on water soak, it is called Khadin in local language.