The glory of Jaisalmer (India)


This picture is from golden fort itself. The statue is wearing a dress made of gold. Similar clothes queen used to wear.

A queen’s palace and an ancient fort,
Known by the name golden fort.

Located in a city of gold that is called Jaisalmer,

So far, it has become a gravestone worth visiting,

And a prominent tourist destination,

It is a palace full of magnificent
artistry of the stonemasons and artwork.

It is carved by a massive wall of sandstone,

And it depicts the color of a tawny lion during a day time,

It begins to appear to fade in a honey golden hue in the dusk ,

By camouflaging the gateway of the fort in a golden desert

The glorious flow of beauty grabs the attention of so many people.

And remains in the eyes of the beholder.
It leaves its visitors pondering over such beauty beneath the blue sky.

Apart from its beauty, the description of its queen’s beauty has captured the heart of plenty of people.

It’s a saga of braveness and a twist of beauty.

She is a queen of Jaisalmer and a brave Rajput woman,

Known for her beauty and courage,
Thus, aspired by many.

She is treated as a royalty and being called as Ranisa,

She made the edge of her sword as her strength,

Her words carry the same power as her sword,

On the arrival of another kingdom ruler,

When the Jaisalmer Fort was taken over by the king of another kingdom,

She self-immolated herself, but pursued her one and only religion,

By the act of self-immolation, she has kept her religion sacred.

It’s a queen’s palace and an ancient fort.

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16 comments

  1. 🎶 S M I L E 🎶 · July 2, 2018

    Cheers. Keep smiling. ✨🙏

    Liked by 1 person

  2. 🎶 S M I L E 🎶 · July 2, 2018

    Amazing, I had been to Jaisalmer once it’s too hot summer and I end up going no where I will find a way there again soon and love to visit many other places around too. Very nice article. Amazingly beautiful.thanks for sharing here. 🌺

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    • Rudraa Makwana · July 2, 2018

      November to March is an ideal time to visit Jaisalmer. Sightseeing and other outdoor activities like camel ride, desert safari are more enjoyable during this time as the maximum temperature does not go beyond 24 degree Celsius.
      Thank you for the encouraging words. I am really happy to receive them 💓💓🌺😊

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      • 🎶 S M I L E 🎶 · July 2, 2018

        I visited there in the month of June and it was super hot and i had all most no energy go out to any single spot, i attended a wedding party and disappeared before the next sunny morning. 🤣😀🤣 will plan again in December if all is well …… cheers.

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      • Rudraa Makwana · July 2, 2018

        Haha.. 😂 Yes, sure 😊
        Have a wonderful day! 💓

        Liked by 1 person

  3. Srijan · March 25, 2018

    Someone is looking very pretty! I wonder who 😉

    Liked by 1 person

    • Rudra Makwana · March 26, 2018

      Thank you 💓😊

      Like

  4. calmkate · February 3, 2018

    beautiful 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • Rudra Makwana · February 3, 2018

      I am immensely happy to hear that. Thank you so much!💓

      Liked by 1 person

      • calmkate · February 3, 2018

        you write well 🙂

        Liked by 1 person

      • Rudra Makwana · February 3, 2018

        Wow! Glad to know that. Thank you again for appreciating my work. 😊

        Liked by 1 person

      • calmkate · February 3, 2018

        my pleasure 🙂

        Liked by 1 person

  5. Megha's World · January 3, 2018

    I have lived four years of my childhood in Rajasthan and visited all the major cities. It a beautiful and majestic place with beautiful sand dunes, majestic forts, and architecture and even sumptuous Rajasthani cuisine to complement it.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Rudra Makwana · January 3, 2018

      Wow, that’s amazing.Visiting there is an enchanting experience and thank you so much for sharing your experience. Next time, I would visit to more places there. 💓

      Liked by 1 person

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