Nathmalji-ki-Haveli is the third main haveli in Jaisalmer that was constructed by the two brothers, Hathi and Lulu who was renowned for their extra-ordinary architectural creativity. This haveli is adorned with excellent images of elephants, soldiers, flowers and birds. It is placed in a scenic location bears relics to the rich architectural splendor of the ancient times.
It is one of the prominent Jaisalmer attractions, Nathmalji-ki-Haveli that was served as the abode of Diwan Mohata Nathmal who was the Prime Minister of the place during that period. This havei has a unique feature is that has splendid architectural monument along with giant structure of two elephants of yellow sand stone that stands at the main gateway of the magnificent edifice. The walls and ceilings of the beautiful haveli are elegantly designed with exquisite paintings and fine carvings that adds to the beauty of the chronological structure.
A perfect blend of rich architectural imagination, the monument reflected in the several paintings of modern ceiling fans and cars on the walls. Moreover, it is a marvelous architectural of the bygone era tat depicts a pleasant blend of indigenous architectural styles of the Rajputs and Muslims. Other than that, Nathmalji-ki-Haveli represents the improved artistic skills and creative mind of the local craftsmen of the ancient times. The construction of the magnificent tombstone added to the old splendor and dignity of Jaisalmer.