The city of Bikaner was instituted in 1488 by the Rathore Rajput Ruler Rao Bika. Rao Bika was the descendant of the Rathore Ruler Rao Jodha who established Jodhpur. The land was annexed by the paragon Jat leaders of that time. The land was paunch from the competitor Jat leaders of that time. Nevertheless, despite that how many wars the historical city has seen in the past it doesn’t matter, now Bikaner is one of the favorite tourist destinations and also very well known for its own des deserts and tidbits. The place is known for its “Citadels(forts)and Cuisine”.
The different arts and crafts of this place are additionally one of a kind, particularly the unpredictably cut windowpanes called “Jharokhas”. This is the town which offers you the get experience royal and the historic places, and also the veracity taste of Original Rajasthani food, so Bikaner is one the most recommended place to visit in Rajasthan. The diverse fairs held in Bikaner also attract a large no of tourists from all over India and the world.
Attractions: Junagarh Fort, Lalgarh Palace & Museum, Bhandasar Jain Temple, Laxmi Niwas Palace, Ganga Singh Museum, Rampuria Group of Havelis, Desert Camel Safari, Gajner Palace & Lake, Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary, Karni Mata Temple – Deshnok.
Best Time to visit: The best time to visit Jaipur is from October to March.
Peak Season: December to March.
How to Reach
- By Air: The nearest airport is in Jodhpur 249 km from Bikaner which is a domestic airport and its well connected with all the major cities of Rajasthan and India.
- By Road: Tourist can get private and public transport buses from major cities or towns of the state. Also hire a taxi or cabs, AC or Volvo bus to reach here. This is city is well connected via road as well so to reach here from any state of India is also very easy.
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