Jasol, a village in Rajasthan’s Barmer district, got its name from the Rathore Rajputs who once ruled this region. This area is well known for its rare Malani horses, which have a reputation for being brave and loyal. This village lies on the banks of River Luni. The Jasol Majisa is a famous temple in this village that is worth a visit. Some of the nearby cities include Barmer, Bhinmal, Jodhpur and Jalore.
Places to Stay
For budget hotels, visit Barmer, which is 97 km away from Jasol. This area is known for its good budget hotels. One such comfortable hotel is Hotel Krishna (Tariff – Rs.393).
The languages spoken in Jasol are Rajasthani and Hindi.
The important festivals in Jasol are Holi in March, Gangaur in March-April, Teej in July-August, Ganesha Chaturthi celebrated in August-September, Dussehra in September-October and Diwali during October-November.
Places of Interest
There are some interesting sightseeing destinations around Jasol. These places include Mata Rani Bhatiyaniji Temple (2 km), Balotra (7 km), Nakoda (7 km), Siwana (37 km) and Ramsin Mungra (12 km) away.
How to Get There
The nearest International airport is located in Udaipur, which is 301 km away from Jasol.
There is no railway station in Jasol. Balotra Junction Railway Station is the closest railway station, which is about 7 km away from Jasol.
Jasol is connected by a wide network of state-run and private buses from neighbouring cities and towns. RSRTC runs buses daily from various parts of Rajasthan to Jasol. Book your tickets online through several bus booking sites like Ticketgoose.com.