Barmer reflects the true cultural beauty of Rajasthan with its vivid colors, its rich heritage, its warm hospitality. It borders on the west with Pakistan and on the north and south Jaisalmer and Jalore respectively, part of the desert lands of Thar. The historical city of the 13th century has its origins in its flamboyant culture, evident in its colorful houses, adorned with folk motifs and lively people. The glorious Barmer Fort and several ancient temples are also located in Barmer. When you are part of the Barmer Festival, which will take place during March, a visit to Barmer is more fun than ever.
A big oil field was recently discovered in Barmer, the third-largest district in Rajasthan. Nevertheless, camels traveling along the barren landscape have added charm to its cultural beauty, and craftsmen demonstrate their rich art, such as pottery, cloth, woodcarving, dance, and music. The place has drawn visitors from all over the globe because of its craftsmen, culture, and color gave the harsh weather conditions and unpredictable ground!