|Dynasty / Name of State||:||Jaisalmer|
|Ruler / Authority||:||Anonymous|
|Shape||:||Round or Irregular|
|Calendar System||:||AH (Anno Hijri)|
|Minting Technique||:||Die Struck|
The princely state of Jaisalmer was situated in the south-western Rajputana province during the British Raj. It emerged in the sixteenth century and was nicknamed the ‘Golden City’ thanks to its yellow sandstone structure and gold-colored desert surrounding it. This state was once the royal seat of the Bhatti Rajputs (the Yaduvanshi) which had some quite notable warriors. Jaisalmer is presently a part of Rajasthan state of the Union of India.
The chiefs of Jaisalmer were Rajputs of ...
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