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Bikaner, the desert city of Rajasthan is located to the north-western province of India. A trip to the city is a lifetime experience for all the tourists. The city is fraught with lots of awesome sightseeing attractions, well-fed camels and citadels. The city is in close proximity with Delhi. This is because of the reason that Bikaner city had to resist the severe aggressions of Mughal during ancient times.

There are lots of tourists’ attractions in Bikaner including exotic camel safaris, beautiful ranges of forts and so on which infuse tourists with lifetime experience of the city. In addition, the tourists can also enjoy the worship of thousands of rats at Goddess Kali temple. A tour to the city will also enable you see the camel festival held in the month of January. The event represents the truest colour of the place and certainly is worth watching during your trip. The city in fact, holds several interesting aspects of tourism aiming to make your tour to the city an unforgettable experience.

Bikaner city, just like its counterpart Jodhpur is encircled with huge walls. From its northern side you will see Ganganagar and Hanumangarh while in the eastern corner of the city lies Churu. Nagaur, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer are its neighbouring cities from the south and from the west there is neighbouring country Pakistan. Situated at the altitude of 237 meters, Bikaner is gifted with arid climate almost in all years. Geographically, the city is the prime trade centres for the traders coming from west-central Asia.

Sightseeing Highlights

Junagarh Fort
Founded by the Mughal army general Raja Rai Sigh in 1593, the Junagarh fort is an awesome place for the tourists. Featured by a courtyard along with balcony, windows and kiosks, the fort presents breathtaking view of artisanship of ancient time. The red stones and marbles engraved with charming designs of cutworks and dots on them displays most awesome sight.

In addition, the tour to Bikaner will let you see various tourists’ attractions such as Dewan-iI-khas, the Phool Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Badal Mahal and Anup Mahal; all reflecting the glorious shade of architecture-ship of this city.

Lalgarh Palace
Lalgarh Palace is a monument of Maharaja Ganaga Singh’s father. The palace is located at the proximity of 3 kms from the north of the Bikaner city. Some portions of the palace have been converted into tourists’ hotels as a part of tourism promotion program by the Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation. Whereas the other parts of the palace have been converted into a museum called Sadul Museum. This museum is to preserve the splendor and glory

Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum
Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum is praised for having amazing collection of antiques and armaments. You will learn the ancient history of royal blood of this city here in the museum.

A trip to Bikaner will let you see The Bhandasar Jain Temple dedicated to the 23rd Jain tirthankar. Apart from that, the tour to the city will also let you see the Camel Research Farm, a breeding place and training camp of the camels.

How to reach Bikaner

By Air
The nearest airport is Jodhpur accessed by road.

By Rail
Bikaner has plenty of train links that connect to most major cities of India.

By Road
The city has good connectivity through national highways and other roadways to the big and small cities of India.

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