Bikaner Sightseeing Tours

Sightseeing tours in Bikaner are a must for the masses having extreme love for typical Indian culture. For travelers who love connecting with the cultural history of a place, should definitely visit Bikaner. Established in 1488 by Rao Bikaji, a Rathore prince, Bikaner has been a birthplace of warriors. Archaeologists say that civilization here was more advanced compared to the Harappan civilization. Stunning palaces, temples, and forts were made with great architecture and represent the finesse of the Rajput civilization. Junagarh Fort is a major attraction here in Bikaner. It holds the distinction of being undefeated during the invasions. Constructed in 1588, the Fort houses palaces constructed with marbles, red sandstone. The architecture of the courtyards, kiosks, and balconies are a visual treat. Lalgarh Palace is also a must visit when one is in Bikaner. The construction of the palace is done by red sandstone and flaunts the amalgamation of Mughal, European, and Rajput architectures. This palace is also called an architect’s delight.


Several havelis or aristocratic homes can be found in and around the city. These take one back to the Mughal and Rajput era. Even Victorian influence is visible in the design and architecture of these havelis. Apart from palaces and forts, temples in Bikaner are also beautiful and connect one to the Indian culture. The Deshnok Karni Mata Temple and Jain Temple are a must visit. Devotees from all corners of the country visit these temples. Close to Bikaner is the Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary which is home to many exotic species of black buck, wild boar, migratory birds etc. Wildlife enthusiasts and photographers would find this place worth visiting. The Katariasar Village which is about 45 km from Bikaner has a desert landscape and one can experience walking on sand dunes and enjoy the view of the sunset in the desert. If the Indian history and culture interest you, then visiting Bikaner would be an enriching experience.

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