The major city’s Patwon-Ki-Haveli was developed by a famous trader named Guman Chand and his sons.
This large five-story structure houses five lavishly designed suites.
The spacious passageways and ornately adorned walls are great examples of the dominant art form.
Yellow sandstone is used throughout the structure.
The monument’s magnificence and architecture add immeasurable worth to the city’s cultural legacy.
One of the havelis has been turned into a museum.
The creations of past local craftsmen are housed in the third haveli.

Near the city center, Guman CHand PATWA, BROCADE, GOLD, Silver Embroidery features a trader with business growth between Afghanistan and China. Five suites built between 1800 and 1860 are virtually Jaisalmer’s legendary architectural show parts. Sculptures on the stone beyond the beauty of the brace and gold work. The balcony is very delicate, especially if they look at the morning and late afternoon, they will endure from the wonderfulness of the wonderfulness. The inclined parasol emphasizes the sculpture to make a magical dramatic shadow that infuses new life. Jaisalmer’s most magnificent mansion and the work of a true open-air museum.