Do you know that sightseeing can be a lot of fun if you do it from above? Yes, ziplining is a great way to see the beautiful views of Sikar city at Neemrana Fort and Mehrangarh Fort.
The wildlife in and around the city is a good reason to go there. In a glass door's distance, the wild's fierce face will be right in front of you.
Take a ride on a colourful hot air balloon for a powerful experience. Also, wait for Sikar to show you a million different colours.
Have you been amazed by the stories you heard as a child about the amazing deserts, clear skies, and endless stars in Rajasthan? Set up a desert camping trip in the middle of Sikar city
The famous Rajasthani Thali, which is served alongside the state's renowned hospitality and the ancient art forms that are peculiar to Rajasthan,
This is one of the most popular Hindu temples in the state of Rajasthan and in the city of Sikar. The god who lives in the shrine is Lord Shiva.
Raja Rao Devi Singh, the king of Sikar, built the Devgarh Fort in 1787. It is a beautiful piece of architecture.
Laxmangarh Fort can be thought of as a broken jewel in Sikar city. In the early 1800s, the king, Raja Rao Laxman Singh, also built it on top of a hill.
Ganeshwar is a village in Sikar city that is important for archaeology. Here, excavations have found a few traces of a civilization that lived in the area about 4000 years ago.
Nehru Park isn't just a place with a lot of history. Instead, the park is a place where people from the city and tourists who come to see the city can meet up.
This is a working temple in Sikar that gets a lot of pilgrims every year. People who worship here believe that the god has the power to save them from all kinds of problems.
From the top of this royal fort in Sikar, Rajasthan, you can see a beautiful view of the area. Guman Singh Ladkhani built this fort in 1733.
Madho Niwas Kothi is a place of history that looks like a modern art gallery. The remnants of royal rule in Rajasthan show up in all their glory.
The Shekhawati culture is well known in the Fatehpur area of Sikar. You can go there if you want to learn more about the brilliant art, architecture, and culture of Rajasthan.