If you prefer to stay connected to a city that has a rich cultural heritage, then you should be in Bikaner… This city was established in 1488 AD by Rao Bika ji, A Rajput prince is known for producing the city’s great warriors. The excavation of this city proves that before the Harappan civilization, civilization was at its peak here. Implementing palaces, forts and wonderful temples with great architecture boasts of the cleverness of Rajput civilization.

Places to visit in Bikaner

Junagarh Fort– In 1593 the king has created Junagarh Fort by Rai Singh. It is believed that crocodiles were born in the top of the water around the horrible fort. Construction is a good mix of Mughal, Gujarati and Rajput style of architecture. The picturesque courtyard decorates the fort. The wonderful architecture inside the fortress inspires you. Some of the attractions inside the fort are Anup Mahal, Chandra Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Dungar Mahal, Diwan-i-Khas and Ganga Mahal.

Junagarh Fort Bikaner

National Research center of Camels– A visit should be made to inspect the camels in your best accommodation. There are more than 400 camels in four breeds and include baby camels. Bikaner is known for the camel population since the British, who used camels from Bikaner during WWE for their army. It is also a famous breeding site for camels.

National Research center of Camels bikaner

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Ganga Singh Museum – The year 1937 was established by Maharaja Ganga Singh. It contains articles of historical importance which go to show that society was decent before the emergence of Harappan civilization. Some amazing collections include paintings, earthenware, weapons used by Rajputs and many more. Paintings on golf leaves are excellent.

Maharaja Ganga Singh Museum

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 Lakshmi Nath Temple– One of the oldest temples around Bikaner is one. It is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi, who is considered as the main deity of Bikaner. It is made of Jaisalmer with white marble and red sandstone and is also beautifully decorated with many beautiful paintings and statues. Apart from this, there are some complex handicrafts in silver in the door.

Shri Lakshminath Temple Bikaner

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Lalgarh Fort – In the year 1902, Maharaja Ganga Singh made the memory of his father, Maharaja Lal Singh Ji. Red sandstone construction is a great example of the architectural genius of the past. Mughal, Rajput and European architectures combine well. There are peacocks in the big lawn, which is a sight to see while dancing. You can find libraries, card rooms and billiards rooms among various other rooms. Lalgarh Palace is a feast for the happiness of your eyes and architects. In addition to the museum, most of the palaces are not accessible to the public because this palace has been converted into a luxury hotel.

Lalgarh Fort Bikaner

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Desnoke Karni Mata Temple– Perhaps its Karna Mata also known as Rat Temple is famous for the temple where rats are worshiped. This 600-year-old temple is a famous legend and is an important pilgrimage site for many people. Rats are honored here and many devotees from various parts of India are attracted. Many Western tourists also travel heavily to inspect the specificity of this temple. Navaratri is celebrated here with an important festival where most devotees go during this time.

Desnoke Karni Mata Temple

Sadul Singh museum – Lalgarh is on the first floor of the palace. The life and passion of the three consecutive kings of Bikaner are reflected in the museum. The sculptures of rare artifacts, Georgian paintings, and pictures of the pictures seen here and the heroes of the three kings such as Maharaja Ganga Singh, Sadul Singh, and Karan Singh are the evidence.

Jain Temple– The year 1468 was started by Bhandasa Oswal and was completed in the year 1514. Rajputana architecture in the construction of this temple is clear in its excellence. Unique and complexly designed temples, sculptural pillars, graffiti and gold leaf work inspire the visitor. With a mixture of red sandstone and white marble used in the construction, the three-story Jain Temple stands and admires a unique one. The work of mirrors in the temple is also unique.

Jain Temple Bikaner

You are certain to be influenced by the cultural prosperity of the city. The ancient city has not lost its connection with the past and it maintains the grandeur of the past by keeping the ancient forts and monuments so far. This shows that the people of Bikaner, who is the fifth largest state of Rajasthan honor and believe in the history of this region. Great construction and artwork are sure to impress you on your stay. Ride on the camel to judge the camel to stay in the country.