Jaysermel is a castle with a long history. It is the trade place of ancient India to foreign countries. Its important geographical position in trade has brought it a lot of wealth. As a result, wealthy businessmen built many magnificent official residences in the city, all of which were carefully carved by yellow sandstone, forming a strange and untouchable style. The houses here are called Haveli. The walls and doors and windows on the street are always carved with complicated curves and patterns, and they are also made into lofts and windowsills of various patterns. Even the most common shops or houses show the artistic hobbies of the Lachputians in strange shapes, and later house builders try to maintain this style.
After coming here, everything feels good, the temperature is quite suitable, the consumption is cheap, the location of the hotel is great, the roof restaurant is very comfortable, the castle is far away, the free pick-up service is provided, the wireless network is available, and the hygiene looks good.
I like this ancient city on the edge of the desert very much. I still remember the train from Jodhpur to Jashamel. When I woke up on the train, the first sight I saw was the yellow sand floating everywhere in the air of the train. Moreover, I looked at the yellow sand all over my head and all over my bunks, and I lost my mind for a long time. I spent a long time wandering around the ancient city. The buildings in the city have a long history. Whether it's Harvey or the civilian houses, all of us live in harmony and peace. There were many stalls on the way to Jashamel Castle. Most of them sold dyed and printed fabrics. After bargaining, they bought a skirt and a scarf. Then they accompanied me all the way.
One place I like very much is the vivid Indian color label. The houses are all golden. They are the same color as the desert. It's worth visiting.
Jashamel is a small quiet town in Rajas, India. It is also an ancient city with a long history. Because it is outside the central city, there are not many tourists here. But now more and more people know and like it, and the town is becoming busy. The main purpose of coming to this small town is that most tourists come to Jashamel Castle. Walking inside the castle gives people a sense of time and space traversing.
Jeshamel, bordering Pakistan, is an exotic town in the western Indian state of Rajasthan. All the buildings in the city are built of yellow sandstone, which is called a beautiful "golden city". At dusk, standing at the highest point of the castle, overlooking the whole city, the golden sunshine shines on the houses, full of dense golden light, the magnificent scene is extremely awe-inspiring. People in Jeshamel believe in a legend that "Jeshamel used to run to the beautiful palace in the sky, but was moved to the hinterland of the desolate Tar Desert because he fell under the magician's spell. "