Gajner Palace was built by King Ganga Singh using red sandstones, a famous tourist spot situated on the banks of a lake inside a forest in Gajner near Bikaner. During those days this palace served as a hunting and retreating lodge for the kings of Bikaner.
This is an inaccessible fort and was constructed by Raja Rai Singh in the year 1593. The fort is surrounded by a moat, and houses several beautiful palaces like Anup Mahal, Ganga Niwas, Rang Mahal, Chandra Mahal, Phool Mahal, Karan Mahal, and Sheesh Mahal.
The Lallgarh Palace is just 3 kms away from Bikaner city. This palace was constructed by King Ganga Singh using red stones in 1902 in memory of his father, King Lal Singh.
The splendid lattice and filigree work in sandstone is the prime attraction of the palace. Sir Swinton Jacob designed the building’s framework by excellently collaborating Rajput, Mughal and European styles of architecture on one platform.
Sadul Singh Museum, well known as Shri Sadul Museum is a famous tourist attraction, located on the 1st floor of the Lallgarh Palace.
This is an art museum dedicated to the successful kings of Bikaner including the kings Ganga Singh, Sadul Singh and Karni Singh.
It exhibits a number of old photographs, hunting trophies, Georgian paintings, and artefacts.
Bhandaser Jain Temple is located at a distance of 5 km from Bikaner. This temple was constructed in the 15th century and dedicated to Sumatinath, the 5th Tirthankara in Jainism.
The mesmerising mirror work, frescoes and gold leaf paintings on the walls of the temple atrracts tourits to this place. It is believed that pure ghee and coconuts were used in the foundation of the temple.
The Camel breeding farm was founded by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research in the year 1984 and is located at a distance of 8 km from the city centre of Bikaner.
This is one of the biggest camel reproduction farms in Asia and is popularly known as Government Camel Breeding Farm.
Hadi Rani Mahal is one of the superb piece of architechture of Rajasthan. The walls and ceilings of this palace are adorned with antique carvings and scriptures.
Beautiful collection of mural paintings, which depict the Queen Hadi Rani with her numerous attendants are still there inside the palace.
Jain Glass Temple of Nagaur is situated behind the Kamla Tower. This whole temple is made of glass, and it is a unique shrine among all the Jain temples.
Tourists can see the attractive glass works inside the temple which represent the ancient art in the form of the Jain scriptures.
This temple has different figures of Lord Mahavira apart from the statues of the other 23 Jain Tirthankaras and adorned with ornamental arches and beautiful marble works.
Nagaur Fort is a prime tourist attraction located in the Nagaur city. It is a beautiful sandy fortress built in the 2nd century. This is the best flat land fort of Rajasthan and is famous for its high walls and huge campus.
The Nagavanshis constructed this fort and later on, it was renovated by Mohammed Bahlim. The fort has three main entrances; the first entrance was made of iron and wood spikes to guard against elephant charges and enemy attacks.
The second entrance is ‘Beech Ka Pol’ and the last entrance is ‘Kacheri Pol’. Tourists can see many palaces, fountains, temples, and beautiful gardens inside the fort.
Deepak Mahal is a beautiful palace located in Nagaur and is a place of tourist attraction.
The walls of this palace are decorated with unique floral designs.
Rani Mahal, one of the superb piece of architecture of Rajasthan was the living place of the Queens and was adorned beautifully.
Tourists can see grand royal swimming pools inside the palace.
Saiji ka Tanka, another tourist place of Nagaur is also known for the Samadhi of the saint, Shri Saiji Maharaj.
This place is visited by large numbers of devotees who come to offer their prayers to the saint.
Khimsara is about 44 kms away from Nagaur and is a place of tourist attraction. One can visit places like Khimsara Fort, Sand Dunes Village in Khimsara.
Ladnun also known as the land of jain Gods is a tourist city located in the Nagaur District of Rajasthan. This city was earlier known as Chanderi Nagari and is just 91 kms away from Nagaur city.
Phalodi, a famous tourist place is just 154 kms away from Deshnok and is popular for the historical places like Phalodi Fort, Lal Niwas, Ramdevra Temple.
A visit to Phalodi from Nagaur can make your tour very interesting.