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Best known for its forts, havelis, palaces, temples and festivals, Bikaner is a sought-after destination that lures travellers with its majestic air and regal flair. Situated in the northern part of the state of Rajasthan, it is a desert circled by a 7-kilometre long wall that is embattled by five gates. It was founded in the year 1488 by Rao Bikaji, who was the son of Rao Jodhaji, the founder of Jodhpur. The magnificent creations here including the temples and palaces are made of red and yellow sandstone, citing an example of the rich history and legacy. The town is also known for the best riding camels in the world. With Bikaner tourism, you can see the bustling city’s colourful markets, havelis and the famed Camel Festival that takes place every year.Our all-inclusive Bikaner tourism packages make your tour easy and comfortable. Large number of tourists from all over the world visit Bikaner because of its famous attractions like the Junagarh Fort, Ganga Museum, Lalgarh Palace, Bhandeshwar Jain Temples, Devi Kund, Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary and Palace, and many other attractions. The Kalibagan makes for another interesting tourist attraction as it is a Harappa Civilization site, but is located about 200-kilometre from Bikaner. What you should not miss out is the fun camel safari of the city.The Junagarh Fort is an architectural splendour. The fort was built by Raja Rai Singh and includes a massive 37 palaces and pavilions. The main entrance of the fort is called the Sun Gate and the Chandra Mahal, Karan Mahal (a victory sign of Karan Singh over the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb) and Phool Mahal are some of the beautiful palaces in the complex. This red sandstone marvel houses some of the finest paintings, carvings, mirror work and also some rare antiques.The Lalgarh Palace, a major tourist attraction is a red sandstone fort. It was designed by Sir Swinton Jacob in 1902 and its Jharokha balconies and windows will leave you truly mesmerised. The banquet hall in the fort has hunting trophies and pictures. In the palace, you will see many beautiful decoration pieces like the Belgian chandelier, oil lamps and paintings, cut-glass ornaments that just add a lot more charm to this alluring palace.The Ganga Singh Museum will give you a different experience altogether. Here you will see some fine collections of weapons, terracotta pieces, paintings, and coins from different ages, many of which are collections from the Harappa civilisation, Gupta era, Kushan era, and other periods. There are also stuffed tigers that are on display. Also, you will come across some pieces of art and craft that belong to the region.The Bhandeshwar Jain Temples date back to the 16th century and are dedicated to the 23rd Jain Tirthankar Parshvanathji. The other important temples of the city are the Laxminath Temple, Shiv Bari, Ratan Bihariji, Nagnechi Temple and Bhaironji Temple. At the Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary and Palace you will find yourself wandering through the lush foliage of woods. It was the private preserve of the Royal Bikaner family and you will see some exotic species of birds here. Some wild animal species of this sanctuary are black buck, wild boar, nilgai and chinkara. Bikaner tourism package is one fine tour that you must undertake to travel back in time and experience some of the fine masterpieces, monuments, collections and a lot more. The Devi Kund is a royal crematorium and has some cenotaphs. The ceilings have been decorated with Rajput paintings and the Dome of the Kund is a spectacular sight.If you are on a Bikaner tourism package in the month of January, you will come across the Camel Festival which is a very colourful affair. The camels are decked up by their owners and they start from Junagarh Fort and head towards the untrammeled sand grounds. There are also other events like tug-of-war, acrobatics and camel dance.If you are touring the state of Rajasthan, then you will surely not go back empty handed. The famous art and craft of the region makes for some of the best options for souvenirs. In Bikaner you get to shop a lot if you want, like the antiques, rustic and ethnic. The carpets, and raw wool of this city is known for its exemplary quality and it is exported to all parts of the world.Tour packages to Bikaner include tours to nearby cities of Rajasthan as well. Choose to see the other famous attractions in this region of the country with our all-inclusive or customisable tours of Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Delhi and Agra. These cities of north India are home to some of the finest architecture, tradition, culture, and more that make them some of the most tourist attracting cities of the country. So pack your bags and head out to this resplendent city for a memorable trip.

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