Rawat Bhima built Barmer Fort on a hilltop in 1552 AD. The fort's 1383-foot hilltop is riskier than Rawat Bhima's 676-foot Barmer fort.
Juna is an ancient site that represents the previous magnificence, culture, and tradition of Barmer, which is located barely 25 kilometers away.
Mahabar Sand Dunes, another Rajasthan tourist attraction, is 5 kilometres from Barmer. Tourists come here for the sunset and sunrise. Camel rides are another attraction.
Kiradu Temple, 35 kilometers from Barmer, Rajasthan, is a popular tourist attraction in the Thar desert. Due to their spine-chilling legends, these are the most famous horror places.
Dedicated to a Jain Tirthankara, the stunning Chintamani Parasvanath Temple was built on a hilltop in Barmer in the 12th century.
Located in Khed, Barmer, Rajasthan, India, the Vishnu Temple is dedicated to Ranchhodraiji. All sides of the temple are enclosed by collapsing walls.
The Sun Temple is located along the Barmer-Jaisalmer road in Devka, a little village approximately 62 kilometres from Barmer city.
Shri Nakoda Jain Temple has a great deal of spiritual significance for Jain people globally. This shrine is nestled within the deep woodlands of the Aravalli Mountains.
Rani Bhatiyani Temple attracts many worshippers year-round. This temple is 100 miles from Barmer on the Nakoda Balotra road in Jasol.
Safed Akhara is one of the temple complexes of the Siddheshwar Mahadev Temple that features a garden with picturesque beauty.