Bikaner, renowned as the home to desert camels, holds the annual Camel Festival in January. Tourists gather across the world on this 3-day event to watch the humble parade of camels. The competition is camel milking, camel hair-cut makeup, camel fur, and the best-decorated camel.
One of the most prominent forts of Bikaner is developed around the city. Junagarh Fort, originally called “Chintamani Fort” enjoys a grander architecture where its gracefully arched windows, delightful balconies overlooking flower gardens, and specious courtyards melt the heart of those craving for historical monuments.
Maharaja Sir Ganga Singh built the Gajner palace on the coast of the lake. Experience the royalties of a massive castle situated in an area covered with trees; so, meander the nature, hear the birds singing, watch the Imperial Sand Goose, and take thrilling boat rides.
Karni Matha Temple
Karni Matha Temple is devoted to rats! This strange temple, situated in the small town of Deshnok, was built to honor the goddess Karna Mata. She was a 150-year-old young and beautiful goddess. It’s believed that she became a rat once she died. Hence, the devotees watch over the rats as their forefathers. Another astonishing fact about rats’ temple is that the town remained safe even under the harshest epidemic.
National Research Centre on a Camel
The Camel National Research Center is one of the most exciting tourist destinations in Bikaner, with over 200 camels with different breeds. Enjoy the camel safari and savor the Camel Milk-made ice cream! Taste unique camel milk products in the camel milk parlor.
Rampuria Haveli grandly sparkles in the Havelis-rich city. The faultless fusion of Victorian and Rajput Mughal architecture decorated with well-built doors and intricate handiwork of the 15th century Rajasthani art soothes your eyes. Snap breathtaking shots to make your Instagram look classier.
Sir Swinton Jacob designed this eye-catching structure. Taking advantage of a blend of different Mughal and European architecture, Lalgarh Palace was built by Maharaja Ganga Singh. Take a stroll around the gorgeous interior and explore the history of Rajasthan, visiting the museum inside.
The Royal Cenotaphs
This spectacular construction is placed around 3 miles away from Bikaner. You’ll find a perfect blend of Mughal and Rajput architectures and the ancient culture’s unfairness where the structures built for men and women are significantly different. Turn your eyes on the scriptures written on the white-marbled and royal red limestone cenotaphs and savor the opportunity to explore history by traveling back in time.
Bhandasar Jain Temple
Bhandara Oswal, a wealthy trader, built the famous Bhandasar Jain Temple in Bikaner. The stunning red stone structure furnished with sparkling paintings and yellow-stone carvings is a must-visit spot you cannot miss out on. Gorgeous forms of arabesque art and colorful floral patterns resemble pleasant heaven you may genuinely experience in India.
Kote Gate is one of the largest outlets in Bikaner, attracting a large number of travelers every year. You’ll find many shops offering Rajasthani products, traditions, and culture. Indeed, the gate separates the old city from the new and modern city. Colorful markets with mouthwatering foods on one side and rows of Havelis on the other side put this structure on your must-seeing list.
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