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Small-Group Tour: Golden Palaces and Bustling Bazaars in Bikaner
"At 9:00AM get together at Gallops Restaurant opposite Junagarh Fort in Bikaner where you will meet your local guide and leave for an exceptional day around Bikaner. This beautiful desert city of Rajasthan houses some of India’s finest forts and havelis and is visited by travelers from across the globe. In the company of your guide head to the stunning Junagarh Fort known to the world for its exquisite architecture and style. The fort was built in 15th century and houses some of Rajasthan’s most beautiful palaces such as Anup Mahal Sujan Mahal
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Private Full-Day City Tour of Jodhpur
"Meet your guide at 9am in your hotel lobby. Visit the Old City Clock Tower and Sadar Bazar Market which is in the old part of the city.. Experience the crowded lanes and small shops selling handcrafts clay products and local textiles. From there you will head to the Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum where you will see weapons paintings and crockery from the Maharaja Collection.At 1pm you will enjoy lunch at Rajasthani Restaurant. After lunch visit the Mehrangarh Fort where you will see the cannon ball on the second gate
From $82.00
 
Private Jodhpur City Tour and Camel Safari
"You will be picked up at your hotel in Jodhpur Jodhpur Airport railway station or bus station in the morning and start the exciting full-day tour in Jodhpur.Explore the beautiful city of Jodhpur by visiting some of the most stunning monuments including the historic Mehrangarh Fort Jaswant Thada with a breathtaking garden and Umaid Bhawan Palace a palace that’s been transformed into a heritage hotel. Also learn more about the history of Jodhpur by discovering the palaces and museum inside Mehrangarh Fort. After some sightseeing join the sunset camel safari located 60 km from Jodhpur city you will be transferred back to your hotel in Jodhpur
From $44.00

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Simply Stunning JainTemple

Inside the walled city of Bikaner is the three storied Bhandasar Jain Temple. Although constructed started just after the mid-1400s the temple wasn’t completed until the early 1500s. Bhandasar is...
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Laxminath Temple

Laxminath Temple is one of the oldest Hindu temples in Bikaner. It is a Vaishnav temple devoted to Lord Laxmintah. It was constructed between 1505 and 1526 during the reign of Rao Lunkaran. Lord...
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Fun & Lots of Camels at the Camel Festival

The Camel Festival is held each year in Bikaner. It doesn’t compare to the Pushkar Camel Fair but if you have never been to Pushkar, you’ll enjoy this one. Each year’s festival is held in January for...
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Camel Research/Breeding Center

The National Research Center on Camel – or Camel Breeding Farm – is located about 9-10 kilometers from Bikaner. The main function of the farm is to improve breeding stock. The best camels are sold to...
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Rajputana Splendour - Junagarh Fort

Junagarh Fort is one of the most impressive forts in Rajasthan. Unlike many of the forts in Rajasthan it was not built high on a hill. Instead Junagarh is protected by a 986m long wall with 37...
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Karan Mahal

Karan Mahal is the first palace past the Junagarh Fort entrance. The Karan Mahal is the public Audience Hall. Although various sources list different dates for when it was erected it seems likely to...
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Phool Mahal

The Phool Mahal (Flower Palace) in Junagarh Fort is the oldest part of the palace. It was built by Raja Rai Singhji. Phool Mahal is beautifully decorated with glass inlays, stucco, and motifs of...
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Anup Mahal

The Anup Mahal in Junagarh Mahal was built by Maharaja Anup Singh in 1690. It was used as his hall of private audience. It was decorated by Maharaja Surat Singh between 1787 and 1800 and is arguably...
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Bada Mahal

The Badal Maha (Hall of Clouds) in Junagarh Fort was one of my favorite places in the fort – a pretty room . It is part of the Anup Mahal extensions. The walls are painted with blue cloud motifs,...
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Gaj Mandir

The Gaj Mandir in Junagarh Fort was the private chamber of Maharaja Gaj Singh. The architect who designed the chamber was personally brought to Bikaner from Jaipur by the Singh. The chamber is...
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Vikram Vilas

The Vikram Vilas is one of the first buildings you will see once you enter Junagarh Fort and get your tickets. The stairs are beautifully carved out of red sandstone. Vikram Vilas was named for King...
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Durbar Hall

Durbar Hall in Junagarh Fort is a huge room that was once used for functions and festivities. The ancient throne, the only piece of furniture in the room, is made of sandalwood. It once belonged to...
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Sati & Daulat Pol

Near the second gate of Junagarh Fort, Daulat Pol, are several hand prints in the red sandstone. These are the hand prints of the wives of the Maharajas of Bikaner who died in battle defending the...
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Chandra Mahal

The Chandra Mahal (Moon Palace) in Junagarh Fort is considered the most luxurious room in the fort. It is decorated with gold plated deities and paintings inlaid with precious stones. Inside the...
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LALGARH COMPLEX, Bikaner, RA 334001
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Harasar House, Near Karni Singh Stadium, Bikaner, Rajasthan, 334001, India
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A-228, Sadulganj, Bikaner, 334000, India
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Rampuria Street, Bikaner Ra, Bikaner, Rajasthan, 334005, India
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Asasniyon ka Chowk, Near Rampuriya Haweli, 334005
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Vinayak Street, Bikaner, Rajasthan, 334001, India
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"Bikaner- Desert Caravanserai"
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"Camel Country of Bikaner"
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"Radjasthan - Bikaner - the western part of India"
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"Bikaner - a Palace and a rat temple!"
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