Bikaner is situated in the middle of the Thar desert. Palaces, Fort and Temples of Bikaner are amazing tourist attractions along with Camel Safari, Ganga Singh Museum, and Sand dunes. The excavations from this city prove that the human progress was at its peak here even before Harappan civilization.
Junagarh Fort is a located in the arid district of the Thar desert. It was established in the year 1593 by Raja Rai Singh. It is trusted that crocodiles were bred in the water moat close to the dreadful fort. The development is a fine blend of Mughal, Gujarati and Rajput type of architecture. The attractive courtyards wonderfully the fort. The stunning structure inside the fort inspires you.
The Temple was established in the year 1468 by Bhandasar Oswal and finished in the year 1514. Rajputana construction in its brilliance is obvious in the construction of this temple. The intricately and special designed temple, frescos, sculpted pillars and the gold leaf work inspire the travelers. With a blend of white and red sandstone marble used in the manufacture, the three-storied Temple stands special and commands admiration. The mirror work in the temple is special as well.
Sadul Singh Museum
Sadul Singh Museum is an attractive and visited the museum in Bikaner, It is on the first floor of Lalgarh Palace. It is one of the great visit Museum in Bikaner. The lives and the interests of the three progressive kings of Bikaner are reflected in the art museum. The Georgian paintings, artistic sculptures, and photographs that to be seen here is a proof of heroism and interests of the three kings namely Sadul Singh. Maharaja Ganga Singh and Karni Singh.
Ganga Singh Museum
The Museum was established in the year of 1937 by Maharaja Ganga Singh. It houses articles of historical significance that go to show that the society was civilized even before the emergence of Harappan civilization. There are many amazing collections of architecture and art including paintings, weapons utilized by Rajputs, pottery, and a much more. The artwork done on golf leaves is brilliant.
National Research Centre on Camel
A unique research center dedicated entirely to camels of over four breeds, National Research Centre on Camel is a must visit to observe camels in their best habitat. There are more than 400 camels of over four breeds and they also include baby camels. Bikaner is famous for its camel population since the British, who used camels from Bikaner during WWI for their army. This is also a popular breeding ground for camels.
Lalgarh Palace was established in the year 1902 in memory of Maharaja Ganga Singh’s father Maharaja Lal Singh Ji by Maharaja Ganga Singh. The red sandstone construction is an astounding example of the architectural brilliance of the past. Mughal, Rajput, and European architectures blend astoundingly well. The massive lawns houses peacocks, which are a sight to watch when they dance. You could discover the library, billiards room and cards room among many other rooms. Lalgarh Palace is a feast for your eyes and architects’ delight. Most of the palace separated from the museum is not accessible to the public as this palace has been converted into a luxury hotel.