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Bikaner Travel Guide

Suitable For
  • Languages:
    Hindi, English and Rajasthani
  • Best Time to Visit:
    September to April
  • Temperature:
    Summer : (28°C to 46°C) & Winter (4°C to 23°C)
  • Seasons: Summer (March-June), Winter (November-February), Monsoon (July-September)
  • Climate: Extreme
  • Nearest Railway: Bikaner
  • Nearest Airport: Jodhpur

Bikaner is popularly known as “Camel country”, as it is regarded as the best place to enjoy camel riding all across the globe. It was founded by Prince Rao Bikaji in the year 1465 and stands on a somewhat raised ground. It is encircled by a seven km long wall with 5 gates. All the tourists coming here from different parts of the world explore magnificent palaces & forts, enjoy camel safari and eat different types of sweets. Bikaner is also famous for it’s “Usta art”, which is illustrated by miniature paintings & gold embossing done on ivory, glass wares, marble and walls. “Golden Triangle Holiday” is offering this Bikaner Travel Guide to help you in planning a trip to this holy town without any kind of difficulty.

Major Tourist Attractions / Tourist Places in Bikaner

Junagarh Fort

This fort was built by Raja Rai Singh, as the work commenced on 1589 and finished on 1594. It is encircled by a moat and made from red sandstone. It is also comprised of many apartments and palaces that show the richly medieval period of this city.

Karni Mata Temple

This 600 year old famous temple is dedicated to Karni Mata, which is dedicated to Karni Mata (an incarnation of Goddess Durga). It also has a big population of rats that move around freely and feed on milk and sweets.

Gajner Palace

This monument was built in the year 1976 by King Ganga Singh, which is located on the edge of a lake and spreads in an area of 6000 acres.

How To Reach

By Air
The nearest airport to Bikaner is located in Jodhpur. It is considered as the best option to reach Bikaner and you can hire a car from Jodhpur to reach this city and explore the major places of interest.

By Rail
Bikaner has its own railway station, which is well connected with all the major cities like Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur and many others. After reaching Ajmer by train, you can hire a car to explore places in and around Bikaner.

By Road
Bikaner is well-connected by road with all the major Indian cities like Udaipur, Jaipur, Jodhpur and many others. It also has very good bus connectivity and you can hire a car after reaching this city to explore the major tourist attractions.

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