The flora and fauna of Thar Desert is of unique ecological significance. About 80 species of birds have been recorded in this region: Larks, Pipits, Wheaters, Mynas, Green Beaters, Indian Coursers, Redwattled Lapwings, Gray Partridges, Sandgrouses, Hourbaras, Great Indian Bustards, Eagles, Hawks, Kestrels, Falcons being the prominent.
Indian Gazelles, Hare, Desert Fox, Desert Cat, Gribbles, Rodents, Spiny-tailed Lizard etc are common to observed.
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The Thar desert, in which Jaisalmer is located, has limitless folk appeal. The more you investigate the better it is. The Resort Rawla offers you an authentic sample of this vast desert life. As per choice, folk dances and songs are possible to be organized for your evening.
The folk artistes have a rich tradition: balleds, songs of monsoon, separation of wife from husband, on birds, and religious hymns. Many local artistes have hit international headlines in U.K. Europe and U.S.A. They are a treat to ears and eves.
Every year, during the month of February, the dunes of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan spring up in whimsical fashion as the culture of the state unravels with gusto.
Development Corporation, the festival is testament to why Rajasthan is a touristy hotbed, attracting visitors from India and all over the world. Within the walls of the grand Jaisalmer towers lining the desert expanse, and against the backdrop of the setting sun, the Jaisalmer Desert Festival is an exquisite show of the state’s vibrancy.