Bikaner Sightseeing Tour Package If you have an interest in history as well as art & culture, then you must visit Bikaner in Rajasthan. Bikaner is also famous for its glorious history as well as cultural significance. The ancient buildings here perfectly reflect the Rajasthani culture. Bikaner is also a city of warriors; how many heroes took birth on this land and records their names in the pages of history. The kings and emperors of that time built many huge structures here, which are visited by tourists from all over the world today. Today, through this article, know-how special Bikaner Tourism is for you in terms of tourism, and know what other special structures can be seen here besides the palaces.
Every tourist in Bikaner is most liked by the 16th century Junagarh Fort, which could never be won. Later rulers built 37 new palaces, pavilions, and temples in such a manner that they could be easily added to the already existing fort. It houses the magnificent heritage of the royal Rajput and its huge forts and luxurious palaces for tourists to see. The warm welcome of the colorful people here and a variety of handicrafts works as a bonus for shopping.
Places to see in Bikaner:
Lalgarh Palace was built by Maharaja Ganga Singh in the year 1902 in memory of his father Maharaja Lal Singh after whom it is named as Lalgarh Palace. The red sandstone architecture is a stupendous example of the architectural brilliance of the bygone era.
National Research Centre on Camel
A unique research centre of camels in Bikaner is the most important attraction of its sightseeing tour. It has over 400 camels of over four different breeds including baby camels. Being the home of this research centre makes the city known as the Camel Country of India – Bikaner.
Ganga Singh Museum
Founded by Maharaja Ganga Singh in 1937, this museum houses articles of historical importance. Some of the stunning collections include paintings, pottery, weapons, and artefacts are on display here.
Jain Temple Bhandasar
Rajputana architecture is vividly expressed in its architectural beauty. The unique and intricately designed temple, sculpted pillars, frescos, and gold leaf work inspire everyone. Three storied Jain Temple stands unique and commands admiration.
Earlier constructed in the year 1593 by Raja Rai Singh, Junagarh Fort’s architecture is the finest blend of Mughal, Gujarati, and Rajput style of architecture. The formidable fort has a picturesque courtyard housing Anup Mahal, Chandra Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Diwan-e-Khas, Ganga Mahal, etc.
Ac and Non-AC cabs and taxis are available for Rajasthan sightseeing tours:
- Sedan Cars
- Innova / Crysta SUVs
- Tempo travellers
|Lalgarh Palace||10:00 AM to 05:00 PM||INR 25/- Per Person|
|National Research Centre on Camel||02:00 PM to 06:30 PM||INR 20/- for Indian, INR 50/- for Foreigner, Camera INR 30/-, Camel Ride INR 30/-|
|Ganga Singh Museum||10:00 AM to 05:00 PM||INR 10/- for Indians, INR 50/- for Foreigners|
|Jain Temple Bhandasar||05:00 AM to 01:00 PM and 05:30 PM to 11:30 PM||No Fee|
|Junagarh Fort||09:00 AM to 06:00 PM||INR 50/- for Museum, INR 30/- for Ordinary Camera, INR 100/- for Videography|