Bikaner Day Tour Package
Bikaner is home to one of the main two models of the biplane utilized by the British amid World War I. They were displayed by the British to Maharaja Ganga Singh, at that point leader of the city. Another novel viewpoint about Bikaner are the sand rises that are dissipated all through the region, particularly from the north-east down toward the southern zone. Bikaner is arranged in the northern area of Rajasthan. One of the prior set up urban communities, Bikaner still shows its old extravagance through royal residences and strongholds, worked of red sandstone, that have withstood the progression of time. The city brags of a portion of the world's best riding camels and is appropriately nicknamed 'camel nation'. It is additionally home to one of the world's biggest camel research and rearing ranches; just as being known for having its very own novel sanctuary committed to Karni Mata at Deshnok, called the Rats Temple.
Junagarh is an impregnable bastion that holds the distinction of having never been captured. It was constructed in 1588 AD by Raja Rai Singh, one of Emperor Akbar’s most distinguished generals.The fort complex houses some magnificent palaces constructed in red sandstone.
Described as the best museum in the State, the museum contains a rich display of archaeological artefacts from Harappa and the early Gupta periods. There are separate sections for paintings, arts and craft, woven carpets, clay pottery, ancient coins and Rajput weaponry.
LAXMI NIWAS PALACE
Laxmi Niwas Palace was the residence of the king of Bikaner, Maharaja Ganga Singh. Built between 1898 and 1902 by British architect Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob, this structure displays an Indo-Saracenic architectural style. It is now a luxury hotel.the king of Bikaner, Maharaja Ganga Singh.
KARNI MATA TEMPLE
The Karni Mata Temple at Deshnok is a beautiful structure made of stone and marble, inside which resides an image of Karni Mata. The image is decorated with a ‘mukut’ (tiara) and garlands. The images of her sisters and the sisters of Avad Mata give her company on either side.
24 kilometres from Bikaner is the Kodamdesar Temple. Kodamdesar Bhainru Ji was installed by Rao Bikaji sometime during the first three years of his arrival from Jodhpur. This place of worship was initially chosen as the site to lay the foundation of Bikaner, but was later shifted to its present location.
8 kilometres from Bikaner is the royal crematorium. It has several exquisite chhatris, each dedicated to the memory of a ruler of the Bikaji dynasty and situated on the exact spot where each of them was cremated. The chhatri of Maharaj Surat Singh is a fine example of the architecture of that era.
The National Research Centre on equines, Bikaner Campus has recently taken an initiative to conserve and propagate equines through ecotourism. The Campus has now been opened for the Indian and Foreign tourists.The ambience of thecampus in itself is a big attraction.
GAJNER PALACE AND LAKE
Gajner is an incomparable jewel of the Thar. The Gajner Palace was founded by Maharaja Gaj Singh ji of Bikaner in the year 1784, and then completed by the great Maharaja Ganga Singh of Bikaner on the banks of the lake.It was meant to serve as a hunting and relaxing lodge for the royal family.
Kolayat is an important pilgrimage place for Hindus. Locals as well as devotees from distant places visit this temple complex every year. History tells the story of Kapil Muni, the advocate of Shankya yoga who was so mesmerised by the serenity of this place.