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Jodhpur | Jaisalmer | Khuri/Sam Village | Bikaner | Jaipur | Ajmer / Pushkar | Udaipur

Experience the fascinating desert life at Bikaner. Located on the northern point of the triangle of the desert cities of Rajasthan, the city dates back to over 500 years.

Like most of the other cities of the desert region, Bikaner in Rajasthan has been able to keep its medieval flavor alive.

Water has been limited here so the customary water places and gardens are missing.

Lalgarh Palace, Bikaner

Lalgarh Palace
Lalgarh Palace in Bikaner is a sheer symphony in red sandstone. Dating back to more than 90 years, it presents a fine combination of European luxuries with Oriental styles. The Palace is complete with Billiards room, Card rooms, and Smoking rooms. Belgian Chandeliers and cut glass ornate the décor.

The Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary
Experience the best of wildlife tours of Rajasthan at Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary. Located on the Jodhpur Road, the sanctuary is a haven to a variety of wild and feathered species. The major attractions of the park include Bluebull, Chinkara and Blackbuck. In addition to this, flocks of imperial sand grouse can also be found here.

Junagarh Fort, Bikaner

Junagarh Fort, Bikaner
It is reputed as one of the most splendid fort not only in Rajasthan but also in entire Rajasthan. This fort of Rajasthan has remained unconquered through the ages. A high wall and deep moats surround the fort.

The 37 bastions guard the fort and only two gates provide the access inside the fort. The palaces have exquisitely carved windows, balconies, towers and kiosks.

The mirrors, paintings and carved marble panels in the Moon palace are sure to leave you spellbound.

Karnimata Temple
The temple is also a haven for rats, as devotees believe that by feeding them, the rats would be reborn as holy men. It is 600-year-old temple of Mata Karni an incarnate of Goddess of Durga and the presiding deity of Bikaner. The archway of the temple is exquisitely carved in marble.

Devi Kund
This is the royal crematorium with a number of cenotaphs. The major attraction include the imposing chhatri of Maharaja Surat Singh. In addition to this, spectacular Rajput paintings on the ceilings also attract the tourists.

It is reputed as one of the major excavation sites of the Harappan civilization. This place houses various artifacts that date back to the time immemorial.

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