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Bikaner Sightseeing Package:

Bikaner, founded by Bikashji, son of Rao Jodhaji, has made a significant contribution in history. The Fort Temple and Lalgarh Palace are especially viewable here. Located in the heart of this city, Laxminarayan Temple is famous all over the country. Other temples attract devotees to the temple in Shivbari dedicated to Ratanbihari Ji and Shiva. At a distance of 30 km from Bikaner, there is a religious place known as Kolayat ji, which is built on Pushkar's specimen and is famous for its Dhuniath temple and Kapilamuni Ashram.

The temple of Karani Mata located in Deshnok, 20 miles away from Bikaner, is probably the unique temple of its kind in the world. Thousands of mice in the temple do without fear. It is a miracle that even though there is such a number of a rat in this temple, no pandemic has happened even today. This temple was built by the ruler of Bikaner with the blessings of his Kuldevi Karani Mata.

Bikaner (Bikaner) is a desert town in Rajasthan in the north. This Jodha Singh's son Rao Bikaji had settled down. In ancient times, this city was the main center of trade, which fell in the path of Karwa from Africa and Western Asia. Bikaner's old name was Jungle Desh. Here the people of Gujjar, Prataharo, Chauhan, and Jaisalmer reside. Built in red and yellow sandstone stones, many buildings in this city symbolize the richness and architecture of Rajasthani architecture. Bikaner is world famous for the journey of the camel. The tourists from abroad and abroad come here to enjoy the ride of the trumpet.

Bikaner's major tourist attractions

Lalgarh Palace - This fort was built by King Ganga Singh. Here are many rare photographs, trophies and other collectibles of forest life. Some part of it has been converted into a hotel.

Junagadh Fort - This fort was built by King Raj Singh, the brave warrior, Emperor Akbar, in the period 1588 to 1593. This fort is famous for its vastness. The fort of 986 meters long, with 37 turrets and two entrances, is surrounded by Suraj Poll and Sun Gate, in many houses of the great fort, in which the Chandramahal and Fulmahal are the chiefs. In addition to this fort, there are Anupamahal, Dharan Mahal, Bijan Mahal, Dungar Niwas, Ganga Residence and Rang Mahal is also visible.

Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum - Located near the tourist bungalow, this museum has a collection of many artifacts from the Guptak and Kushan periods before the Harappan culture, including ancient weapons of war, utensils, and rare coins.

Gardens and Parks - Here is the beautiful garden and the park of walking, the Ginem Ganga Residence Park, Ratna Niwas Park, Building Palace Park, and Blue G Park are the major. There is also a small zoo in Ganga Niwas Park.

Bhandasar Jain Temple - Located in Bikaner city near the temple of Lakshminath ji. Its construction work started on Vikram Samvat 1521 and completed in 1571. This temple was built by a Jain named Bhandasah, hence it is called Bhandasar Jain Temple. It is the oldest in Bikaner's temples. It is dedicated to Lord Parshvanath, the 23rd Tirthankara of the Jain community. Its carved excavator attracts the mind of tourists.

Naganechi temple - Nagnechaji Mata's temple is located 3-4 km south-east of Bikaner city. Before this temple used to be forest around, but today the city is going to be hiking here too. Mahishasur Mardini Devi has a beautiful 18-foot statue in this temple. The historian is not a vote on the establishment of this idol. This temple is Shiva's temple after entering the premises. Nearby is the temple of Mataji. This temple is built on a very high altitude. The turret is around the temple. In the days of Navratri, there is a crowd of Shraddhaluos.

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