Bikaner, Old Jangladesh – Visit These Places In 2022

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One of the most significant kings in Rajasthan history, Maharaja Jajoji Rao Scindia, formerly resided on the lovely estate known as Lalgarh Palace.

Lalgarh Palace And Museum

Visitors can watch many camel breeds. A camel museum can teach them about camel evolution and desert ecology.

National Research Centre on Camel

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it's a must-see for Rajasthan visitors. Vaghela dynasty built the fort in 16th century

Junagarh Fort

Laxmi Niwas Palace was previously home of Bikaner's Maharaja Ganga Singh and is one of the city's most stunning sights.

Laxmi Niwas Palace

Gajner Palace is in Bikaner, on the Gajner Lake. Maharaja Ganga Singh built this spectacular castle as a hunting lodge for himself and his family.

Gajner Palace And Lake

Near Bikaner, at Devi Kund, are the royal chhatris or cenotaphs of the heroic Bika dynasty monarchs. There are many cenotaphs at this royal crematorium.

Devi Kund

The Bhandasar Jain Temple is one of Bikaner's 27 magnificent Jain temples. In this temple, Sumatinath, the fifth Tirthankara, is revered.

Jain Temple Bhandasar

The settlement of Katariasar in Bikaner is a typical hamlet from Rajasthan. Visit this village if you wish to learn about rural Rajasthani culture.

Katariasar Village

Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary is one of Bikaner's prime tourist locations, home to Chinkara (black deer), wild boar, neelgai, and others.

Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary

Raisar Village Desert Camp is a cutting-edge adventure in Rajasthan's infinite sea of soft sand. Riding a camel or camel cart, explore magnificently.

Raisar Dunes