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Bikaner Tour
 
 
Bikaner Tour is a city of sand dunes. It lies at the north of the desert state. Bikaner Tour is chiefly known as the ‘Camel Country’ and the city is famous the best camels found in the word. Camel – The Ship of the desert, is an undividable part of the city. Another attraction of the city is the wells as they are the source of water for the people residing in Bikaner Tour. These are built on high plinths with slender minaret towers on each of the four corners and are easily visible even from a distance.
PLACES TO SEE
 

Junagarh
Raja Rai Singh built the fort Junagarh in 1593 A.D. has beautiful amidst. The palace is made in red sandstone and marble has well decorated courtyards, kiosks and windows dotted all over the structure.

Bhawndasar Jain temple
This Jain temple was built in the 16th Century A.D. and is dedicated to the 13th Trirthankra

Camel Research Farm
The Camel Research Farm is administrated by the Central Government. The farm stretches over 2000 acres of semiarid land. One of the traditional and famous fighting forces – the camel crop of Bikaner Tour is still a vital part of the desert warfare and defense – Border Security Force (BSF).

Lal Garh Palace
Maharaja Ganga Singh built the palace in the reminiscence of his father Maharaja Lal Singh. The monument is built in red sandstone. The palace has extended lawns with pleasing bougainvillea and dancing peacocks. A part of the palace has been modified into a splendor hotel and a museum popularly known as Shri Sadul Museum.


 
 
 
 
 
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