Khaba Fort Jaisalmer
With its rich cultural and architectural art, the beautiful state of Rajasthan is famous all over the world for its grand fort, grand palaces, and forts. Dubbed into mystery and horror, Khaba Fort is yet another milestone in Jaisalmer. Due to being the native place of the Brahmins of Paliwal, this fort is called deserted night in mysterious circumstances. Visitors can take a chance to see the ruins which once served as Mahalanumaa houses for 80 families two centuries ago. Take advantage of such services to hear the mysterious story of this uninhabited fort from any nearby professional guide.
When you arrive at the fort, stroll around the collapsing structure and explore the small museum built specifically for tourists. There are many ancient artifacts in the museum. Today the huge fort of Khaba is still known to be a terrible and abandoned man with human activity around this area. The magnificence of the fort has increased by the presence of many peacocks roaming around the fort. On the site for daily grains, hundreds of peacocks and peas witnesses and experience the morning as before. Combined with pastoral experience, the overall experience is great.
Khaba fort is open every day and there is entry fee in it. Visit the sunrise or sunset, to see the wonderful sandstone architecture and the surrounding desert which dramatically change the appearance.
How to reach
Khaba Fort is about 30 minutes’ drive from Jaisalmer. Generally, people travel in the form of a visit to the fort on the way to Sam Sand Dunes. Alternatively, take a public bus or taxi from the city center.