The Nathmal House was built on behalf of the then Prime Minister by two Muslim brothers and jewelers, not masons. The brothers started working on the other side of the building. As a result, the left and right sides were similar but not identical. Apart from the extraordinary exterior sculptures, this Haveli is known for its beautiful interior, full of paintings and modern equipment. The Nathmal Ki Haveli is a fusion of Islamic and Rajputana architecture and is considered one of the best Haveli in Jaisalmer.

The third Haveli belonged to the later Prime Minister, Nathmal, who gave it to Rawal and was allowed to hold it. Built in 1885 by two brothers, this Haveli has two parts of the same appearance, in fact two different parts connected by a common façade. Notice the projected balcony that emerges straight from the poetry book. The very graceful and attractive sculpture looked better than ever. A perfect example of jeweler art applied to stone carvings. The Muslim Shiravat (craftsman) is doing a great job here, leaving a great legacy of craftsmanship, attention to detail, and the concept is perfect. A trip to Jaisalmer is well worth seeing these Haveli.