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Mool Sagar
About Mool Sagar

Mool Sagar is situated about 8 kms. west of Jaisalmer and lies on the way to the Sam Sand Dunes., it is another amusing, but rather neglected, small garden and tank. It belongs to the Royal family of Jaisalmer and was initially built as a cool summer retreat. The major attraction of this place is a Shiva temple, which is believed to be constructed out of just two large blocks of sandstones. It has 18 spacious tents, handmade by the traditional artisans with 21st century amenities. Each tent has a bathroom and verandah attached. The tents get air cooled or heated, depending on the desert winds. Visit to Mool Sagar makes you forget the desert which is surrounding the site. Here the tourists can enjoy swimming, in a swimming pool, shopping in the shops of business centre along with some historical views through miniature paintings. It is the real place for relaxation, where the tourists can relax under the midnight blue desert sky and get entertained by some folk songs or dance by the local artists.

Maharawal Moolraj II founded the Moolsagar complex in 1815 AD. There are numerous wells, and a splendid Raj Mahal on the premises of Moolsagar complex. Maharaja Moolsagar was known for his patronage to art and artisans and that becomes pretty apparent when you come across some great murals on the palace walls. There are many wells, a Palace and a garden. The palace walls are ornamented with different murals and paintings. This garden complex also comprises three Jain Temples that are dedicated to the Jain Tirthankars. The garden is close to the main city and can be reached by taking a ride in an auto rickshaw. He certainly had a substantial influence on the land-lords and wazirs. Therefore his support to the art and architecture was resonated among his subjects and nobles. It was mostly due to his efforts that so many lovely palaces and structures were built in that period which was influenced by both the Rajput and Mughal schools of art. Best time to visit Mool Sagar is from October to February.

Activities and Excursions

Salim Singh-ki-Haveli
It was founded by the scheming Prime Minister Salim Singh in 1815. It has a beautifully arched roof capped with blue cupolas and carved brackets in the form of peacocks.

It was founded by a Prime Minister of princely state of Jaisalmer. Its front wall is a riot of decoration: flowers, birds, elephants, soldiers, a bicycle and even a steam engine.

Patwon-ki-Haveli was founded by Guman Chand Patwa (and later by his five sons). Guman Chand Patwa is a wealthy merchant and banker who had over three hundred trading centres from Afghanistan to China. This elaborate five-storey complex took fifty years to complete. This is the largest, the most magnificent, and the most elaborate among all the Jaisalmer havelis.

How to Reach Mool Sagar

By Rail
Jaisalmer is connected to major cities of India through broad gauge as well as meter gauge railway tracks. Direct trains to Jaisalmer are available from Jodhpur as well as Delhi. Jaisalmer is connected through both 'Broad gauge' as well as 'Meter gauge' tracks. One can also travel to Jaisalmer by Palace on Wheels.

By Road
Jaisalmer is well connected to the rest of state by well-maintained roads. Deluxe & Ordinary buses of Rajasthan Roadways & Private companies operate form Jaisalmer to Jodhpur, Jaipur, Bikaner, Barmer, Mount Abu, Jalore, Ahmedabad etc, Roadways main bus stand opposite Railway station & Golden bus terminal near State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur, Shiv road, Jaisalmer are the two major bus stands.

By Air
Jaisalmer is not directly connected to Airways as such, Jodhpur airport which is about 300 kms away is the nearest airport. Jodhpur is connected to all the major metros of India by government owned as well as private airlines. From Jodhpur you can hire Cabs or take a train journey according to one’s wish and preference.



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