Jaisalmer Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Rajasthan, India, is home to thousands of people who live within its walls. The fort, built in 1156, has a rich history and attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists. However, the increasing population has put a strain on the infrastructure, leading to issues such as water seepage and crumbling walls. Restoration efforts are underway, but challenges remain, including finding skilled artisans and getting cooperation from residents and authorities. Despite the challenges, a successful restoration could bring long-term economic benefits to the fort.