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Bada Bagh, Jaisalmer

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Soak up the contrasting atmospheres conjured by the regality and starkness of Bada Bagh, a former garden and set of royal cenotaphs. Once lush and green as a result of a dam, today the sandstone structures rise from reddish sand, rather than verdant grass and other plant life. Started in 1743, the site hasn't been added to since Indian independence. The interesting historical garden gives the impression that the desert is trying to reclaim its sandstone, or the whole site is seemingly growing out from the ground. Make Bada Bagh a part of your Jaisalmer vacation plans using our Jaisalmer travel itinerary maker.
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  • It is on the outskirts of JAISALMER and they are funerary monuments of the maharajas of the city. The difference of Mongolian or hindu descent is clear. It is on a site that is observed easily the way of building commissioning stones together without using any type of cement to keep you. Also striking the funerary stelae of all women of the. Maharaja who died in theory coupled to her husband.
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  • Amazing place, where you see how there were the maharajahs in the ancient culture of India; great monument, close to the border
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  • It must be powered to get there. Admission is charged for foreigners. 100 rupees + tax camera. A few young men await visitors to make a pretend visit (completely useless, don't hesitate to say firmly that one is not interested).
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