Bikaner called the country of camel; the city is distinguished by the best constituency of camels in the world and boasts of having one of the largest farms camel research and selection in the world, therefore.
Let’s explore some famous places to visit in Bikaner.
Junagarh Fort was built between 1588 and 1593 by Raja Rai Singh, a general of the army of the Mughal emperor Akbar, with embellishments in the form of a palace and the luxurious suites added by the following Maharajas. This fort has a wall of 823m long with 37 bastions, a ditch and two entries. The Surajpol or the “gate of the Sun” is the main entrance. The palaces in the fort are on the south side and make a picturesque ensemble of courses, balconies, kiosks, towers and windows. A major characteristic of Fort and the Palace is a superb quality of stone sculpture. The imprints of hands that can be seen near the Daulatpol commemorate the wives of the Rajput soldiers lost in the battles, who have committed sati on the funeral pyres of their husbands.
Located 3 km north of the city centre. This Palace which was built by the Maharaja Ganga Singh in the memory of his father, Maharaja Lal Singh. The museum Shri Sadul covers all of the first floors of the palace. The museum was created in 1076 and there is a reasonable collection of objects and personal effects of the Bikaner Maharajas and a ship in brass known as a Token used to collect revenue which has been transported on the back of the camel to the state of cash Bikaner.
- Camel Farm:
This government has been successful train station; 8 km from Bikaner is probably unique in Rajasthan. There are approximately 230 camels in the National Research Center on Camel camels and three different races are high here. The British Army had a culture of camels drawn from Bikaner during the First World War It is not much to see here, except if you have a fetish of camel, but you can make a camel ride, visit the baby camels and look around the small museum. The Urol store of confidence has been Abhivyakti is also here at the time of writing.
- Devi Kund:
Eight kilometres to the east of Bikaner, c is the site of Royal charities of most of the leaders of the Bika dynasty. The white marble chhatri of Maharaja Surat Singh is among the most imposing.
- Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary:
The wooded hills of the lake and this reserve, 32 km from Bikaner on the road to Jaisalmer, are inhabited by wild birds, hares, wild boar, foxes of the desert and a number of deer and antelope including black males and the Blue Bulls. The lake Gajner attracts the birds of water in thousands. Imperial House of Sand migrates here in winter. Sanctuary of the Fauna Gajner houses the former hunting lodge of Bikaner and has a beautiful lake surrounded by a dense forest.
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