Bikaner is a north Indian city of state “Rajasthan”. Bikaner is famous and known as Purple city. This city has rich, historical visitable places. 

The founder of Bikaner city is Maharaj Rao Bika.

This city is surrounded by deserts. Bikaner is famous for bikaji bhujia and its sweet dishes, Handicrafts, leather articles, and camel riding. The best time to visit Bikaner is December to march. 

If you make a plan to visit Bikaner never forget to eat dishes of Bikaner otherwise your trip is incomplete. The famous food of Bikaner is Raj Kachori, Khasta Kachori, Kesar Feeni, Bikaneri Bhujiya, Rasgulla, Dhoodh jalebi, and many more.

Bikaner is Perfect for Travellers. Must visit with your family and friends. Here are the many attractions for tourists.

The beauty of Bikaner is made more attractive by the Thar Desert as well as the golden dunes present here. It is a colourful city that boasts of a wealth of beauty in itself.

Bikaner Festival where the camel is known for acrobatics.

Here is the list of Bikaner Attractions for Visitors:


  1. Junagarh fort
  2. Karni Mata Ji Temple
  3. Lal Garh Palace
  4. National Research Centre of Camel
  5. Shri Laxminath Temple
  6. Royal Cenotaphs, Devikund Sagar
  7. Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary
  8. Dinner on Dune with Camel Safari in Bikaner
  9. Sadul Singh Museum
  10. Kodamdesar Bheruji Temple
  11. Bhandasar Jain Mandir
  12. Rampuria haveli

1.  Junagarh fort:

This fort is made of red sandstone.

Junagarh fort has been the ancestral property of the Rulers of Bikaner ever since it was built by Maharaja Rai Singh Ji in the year 1588 A.D. or Samvant 1645 V.S. His highness Brave King Shri Karni Singh Ji Bahadur M.P. of Bikaner after careful consideration instead of dislodging it any other way has gifted to the Maharaja Rai Singh Ji trust for the good of the people of Bikaner.

Since this fort is of great historical importance and great sentimental value.

Junagarh fort is the second largest fort in India. If you make a plan to visit in Rajasthan must come to visit Bikaner and especially Junagarh fort. This fort is the glory of Bikaner. If you want to see the Royal living place you must be here with your family.

In the Junagarh fort, the Jena Quarter built especially attracts the attention of tourists. Because it presents impeccable designs of great creative skill.

Address: 28C9+Q5Q, Bikaner Fort, Bikaner, Rajasthan 334001

Time: Monday to Friday 10:30 to 4:30

         Saturday 10:30 to 5:30

         Sunday Closed.

 Fee: Indian 50 INR

          Foreigner 300 INR

2. Karni Mata Ji Temple:

 Karni mata mandir is a Hindu temple. In this temple is situated the Karni Mata statue. Maharaja Ganga Singh Ji constructed this temple. Karni Mata was born in the Charan family. This temple is also known as the mice temple because there are many mice. This is famous especially for white mice. Approx 25000 mice are lived in this temple.

Devotees believed that Karni Mata is the incarnation of Mata Jagdamba. It is said that Jodhpur and Bikaner are situated because of the blessing of Mata Karni.

The attraction of this temple is the silver gate and gold chhattra and mice. 

Perfect place to visit. Come here with your family and take the blessings of Karni Mata.

Address: National Highway 89, Deshnok, Rajasthan, India, Bikaner 

Timing: 05:00 am – 10:00 pm

3. Lal Garh Palace:

Lal Garh palace is the best hotel in Bikaner. If you stay here you feel like a royal Rajput king. Rooms are very spacious with a separate dining area. 

 This heritage was built for Maharaja Ganga Singh Ji between 1902 to 1926.  Lal Garh Place style is Rajput architecture. If plan a trip to Bikaner must stay here for Rajputi style.

A museum has also been built in Lalgarh Palace which is built inside the Ganga Niwas. In the Lal Garh palace Miniature paintings associated with the art school of Bikaner can also be seen. A library is also established in this palace, which has a large collection of manuscripts printed in the Sanskrit language on parchment, gold, silver and copper plates. Artefacts related to the culture of the Harappan civilization, the Gupta period and the Kushan dynasty have also been preserved here.

Address: 2 km from Junagarh fort, Near roadway bus stand,

                 Bikaner, Rajasthan

4. National Research Centre of Camel:

 In the National Research Centre of Camel, there are approx. 300 camels. If you plan a trip with your kids must visit here with them. Come visit here after 3 pm because every morning camels go for grazing and come around 3 pm. 

Here you get camel milk products like Camel Milk, Kulfi, lassi, buttermilk, sweets and many more. Camel milk’s taste is salty.

Here you do camel riding, camel riding is very amazing if you ride you feel afraid to ride because you feel you fell down. But it must do for an amazing experience. This is the museum of camels.

A must-visit destination!!!!

Address: Shiv bari Jorbeer, Jodhpur Bypass, Bikaner, Rajasthan 334001

Entrance Fee: Indians 30 INR per person

                        Foreigner 100 INR per person 

5. Shri Laxminath Temple:

Shri Laxmi Nath temple is one of the old temples. This Temple is Lord Vishu and the goddess Laxmi’s temple. Shri Laxmi Nath temple is a Hindu holy Temple. 

Many devotees come here for the blessing of God Vishnu and Maa Laxmi. The most popular festivals of the temple are Nirjala Ekadashi, Janmashtami, Geeta Jayanti, Diwali and Ram Navami, during which throngs of devotees from different corners of India can be seen in the temple.

Laxminath Temple is one of the most popular places to visit in Bikaner for tourists and pilgrims, where tourists and devotees come to spend some of their time in devotion to the Lord amidst the serene surroundings. 

Address: 27FX+3MP, Vaidya Mangalam Colony, Bikaner, Rajasthan 334004

6. Royal Cenotaphs, Devikund Sagar:

Devi Kund Sagar is considered one of the best places in Bikaner, Rajasthan. It is a popular place situated at a distance of 8 kilometres to the east of the city.

These were the last rites of the eldest grandson of Rao Bika Ji. The architectural brilliance displayed here is genuine and is the centre of attraction among tourists. 

The Cenotaph of Surat Singh Ji is made entirely of white stones, which is a symbol of the beauty of the place. There are beautiful paintings everywhere. Here you will also get to see the reservoir. 


Timing: 9 am to 5 pm

Entry Fee: 5 INR per person Indian

                 10 INR per person Foreigner

7. Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary:

Gajner Sanctuary is a popular tourist destination for wildlife enthusiasts. Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary is located at a distance of about 32.0 km (19.9 mitres) from Bikaner. 

To see the culture and pleasant wildlife of Rajasthan, not only from India but also from abroad, a large number of people come throughout the year. And also see the beauty of nature and the dazzling Purple Sunbird, whose feathers acquire a metallic purple shade in the sunlight.

Here Chinkaras, black antelopes, nilgai, desert foxes, and wild boars can be seen here in large numbers.

Must visit with your kids they definitely enjoy here and also get much knowledge about wildlife animals.

Address: W2XM+9R9, Gajner, Rajasthan 334302

Timing: All days 10 am to 5 pm

Entry fee: 100 INR per person

8. Dinner on Dune with Camel Safari in Bikaner:

If you make a trip plan to visit Bikaner never forget to do a camel safari in sand dune. You got an amazing experience of camel safari. Safari around the desert is very attractive. The camel safari you should try at least once in your lifetime. And the view of sunset in the desert on a camel looks unforgettable. 

Folk dance in the night, Kalbelia dance, it is a lot of fun to watch and also then camping, outing, playing in the soil is different. Along with camel safari, also explore Rajasthan.

Padharo mhaare desh .. Khaamba ghaani.

Address: Vino Guest House, Laxmi Nathji Ghat Road, Opp. Gopeshwar Mandir, Gopeshwar Basti, Bikaner, Rajasthan 334001

Fee: 1,999 INR Per person 

Timing: 24 hours

9. Sadul Singh Museum: 

Sadul Singh Museum is one of the great historical places of Bikaner. This museum has been the beauty of Bikaner. This museum has been dedicated to some of the most majestic Maharajas of Bikaner like Sadul Singh, Maharaja Ganga Singh and Karni Singh. It has been established inside the Lalgarh palace, which contains all the achievements of the king and the Maharajas in itself.   

Sadul Singh Museum is famous for its art, collection and, amazing history. 

Visit this museum with your family especially with kids because they get more information about our Great history and our brave maharajas.

Address: 28RJ+H2G, Samta Nagar, Bikaner, Rajasthan 334001

Entry fee: 10 INR for Indians

                 20 INR for foreigners

Timing: 10 am to 5 pm (Sunday closed)

 10. Kodamdesar Bheruji Temple: 

Rao Bika Ji was the builder of the city of Bikaner, who had built a beautiful building. Which is called Kodamadeshwar Temple. This Temple is one of the best Temple to visit in Bikaner.

Kodamadeshwar Temple is famous for its beautiful structures. This temple is dedicated to Bheronji Maharaj who is a form of Lord Shiva. An idol of Lord Bheron Nath Ji is installed in the temple, which is surrounded on all sides by marble floors. The Bhadrapada fair that fills here is very popular among the people.

This temple is a Hindu temple many devotees came here for the blessings of Kodamdesar Bheruji. Must visit for the blessings of bheruji. 

 Address: 23WJ+QHH, Kodamdesar Bhairu Ji Temple, Kodamdesar, Bikaner, Rajasthan

11. Bhandasar Jain Mandir:

The Bhandasar Jain temple is originally dedicated to Sumitnath, the fifth Jain Tirthankara.

One of the two famous Jain temples of Bikaner city, Bhandasar Jain Temple is the first choice of tourists visit here. Bhandasar Jain Temple is adorned with yellow stone carvings and scenic paintings. Tourists get a beautiful view of the city from the top floor. This temple was built during the 16th century by a merchant named Bhandsa Oswal. 

The paintings on the pillars and walls of the interior of the temple define the beauty of this temple (The red sandstone and white stone have been beautifully carved.). 24 Jain teachers are depicted on the walls. In the three-story building of this temple, miniature paintings of the children of the gods were kept on the first floor. 

Address: 2832+W82, Old Bikaner, Bikaner, Rajasthan 334001

12. Rampuria Haveli: 

This haveli is the attraction of Bikaner. At the time of Mahabharata, this city was known as Jangle Desh. 

 Rampuria Haveli Known for its beauty in the city of Bikaner, Rampuria Haveli is the pride of Bikaner. This haveli was built by a merchant named Rampuria and this haveli is named after him. This haveli is a unique example of aesthetics and artistry.

Built from red sandstone and this haveli is considered a living form among the historical structures of Bikaner. This haveli is considered very special among the tourists who come to visit Bikaner.

The best time to visit Rampuriya haveli is morning time because in the morning no crowd in the street so you can easily take pictures. Around this Haveli, there are some small Havelis also situated. Where today the families of some businessmen reside. There are statues of Hindu deities at the entrance of the haveli. 

You visit this place and get an unforgettable history as you go in the past. So visit with your family and experience the historical Haveli 

Highly recommended!!!!

Address: Rampuria Havelis, Joshiwara, Old Bikaner, Bikaner, Rajasthan 334001

HOT tips about Bikaner: (Things to do)


  • Rajasthan is very hot in the summer season, so the month of October to March is better to visit the Bikaner district of Rajasthan. 
  • When you go for a visit carry a water bottle with you.
  • Never forget to do a camel safari.
  • Do shopping in the local market you get many Traditional things to purchase.
  • Never miss the food of Bikaner like Namkeen, bhujiya, and papad.