Bikaner: Enjoy The Taste Rajputana Glory
Post on 04,January 2019   10:57 PM
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Rajasthan is the Land of Kings and has the famous slogan “PadharoMahree Des” or “Welcome to my land.” It is a mesmerizing land steeped in history as well as culture and architecture. Situated in northwest India, it is full of old havelis, ancient forts, glimmering lakes. It is a fascinating view of Indian history when one visits Bikaner located in northwest Rajasthan. Use Oyo Rooms Offers to find a room at very affordable rates.

We have put together a list of all the things you can do while at Bikaner.

    Visit the Camel Festival – Bikaner is well known globally for being home to some of hardiest species of camel. The Camel Festival is held every year in January. It is one of the most entertaining things to do in Bikaner. The Indian Army and BSF purchases camels at this animal fair. From camel rides to bewitching camel decorations it is essential to visit this fair. With Uber Coupons you can easily find a cab to take you there.

    Shopping at Kote Gate – Rajasthan has a rich tradition in arts and crafts. This is on full display at the Kote Gate market with a variety of handicrafts for anyone who wishes to decorate their home. From articles made of camel hide to bandhani sarees, one can find every possible type of gift and decoration items. With Oyo Room Coupon it is entirely possible to find a great hotel in Bikaner.

    Laxmi Niwas Palace – It used to be the palace where Maharaja Ganga Singh of Bikaner lived. Sir Samuel Jacob constructed it at the beginning of the 20th century. It is now a luxury hotel.

   Junagarh Fort – Located in Bikaner it was erected in late 16th century by Raja Rai Singh, the sixth ruler of Bikaner. It is one of the very few forts in Rajasthan which was not built atop a hill. It was invaded several times but with the help of its huge walls resisted each attempt. The blows inflicted by cannons are still visible in the southern wall. There are many palaces and temples inside it. There is a beautiful museum inside with a display of ornaments, clothes, and weapons from many centuries ago. Bikaner Fort is famous since it is one of the few places in India which did not succumb to invaders.

    Stroll through the Old Town – Visiting the Old Town is like stepping into a time machine. Tourists can wander around lovely and finely sculpted havelis built many centuries ago by wealthy merchants. These mansions were made of red sandstone and inevitably have light blue colored doors. The walls carry intricate carvings of flowers, statues, and religious objects. It is said that there are over a thousand havelis. The best known are the Rampuriahavelis owned by Jains. In streets of the old town, a traveler can also find sizeable wooden plank beds called pattas. There are several hundreds of these scattered around. Previously it was used by women to meet and gossip but now mostly used by the older generation for card playing. Use Uber Promo Code to move around Bikaner.

    Karni Mata Temple – Probably the most famous place in Bikaner after Junagarh Fort this temple is famous for its rats. The temple is dedicated to Karni Mata an incarnation of  GoddessDurga. There is a beautiful legend that when her son died Karni Mata requested Yama to restore him back to life. When he refused, Karni Mata used her divine power to restore her son’s life and decreed that anyone from her family who died would become a rat and live at the temple.

    Gajner Wildlife sanctuary – Located about 30 km from Bikaner, Gajner Wildlife sanctuary is an ideal place to seek adventure. Many species such as fox, boar, chinkara, and antelope can be found here. There are also many birds such as grouse. This region was once the hunting ground of rulers of Bikaner.

    Enjoy camel safari – Bikaner is situated in the great Thar Desert. It is obvious that it is the center of many memorable safari outings. There are both jeep and camel safaris. Some have the option of overnight stay in elaborate tents and a treat of local dance and music.

Conclusion: These are just a few of the places you can see in Bikaner. Every corner holds a surprise making it an enchanting proposition to visit Bikaner. It is less ostentatious than Jaipur and not very touristy but offers great surprises at every twist and turn. 

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