Places around Bikaner within city

Here's a list of all places you could visit in Bikaner with your prescribed distance:

1/12 Places to Visit in Bikaner within city

Bikaji ki Tekri is the first humble fort in the city Bikaner. The distance of this historical place from the centre of Bikaner is only 3 kilometre and it will take only 10-14 minutes to reach there by a car. It is located just outside of the city in the vicinity of the old palace.

According to the history, Rao Bika was the founder of Bikaner. He left his father's area Jodhpur and carved out his own territory in the wild regions of Bikaner. This is now known as Bikaji ki Tekri. It is near about 500 years old. It houses the Royal Chhatris or umbrellas which was made to commemorate the ...

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Bikaner Miniature Arts Musem
Within Bikaner city limits
ArtHistory

Bikaner Miniature Arts museum is an art school and gallery maintained by Swamy and his family which has been painting the miniature for years. From Bikaner city center, the museum is two kilometers away or a 10-minute drive. The Bikaner Miniature Arts museum is located in Bikaner city-limits.

Rajasthan has been a home for art and culture lovers. From the ancient times, various forms of art have transferred from one generation to other generation. Among those, miniature art is the prominent art. Miniatures are intricate, vivid paintings, small in size, executed scrupulously with gen...

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Imperial Art Gallery, Bikaner
Within Bikaner city limits
ArtHistory

Imperial Art Gallery is the most famous art gallery of Bikaner, it has a vast collection of different types of paintings and work of great and popular artists. The gallery also covers Handicraft items, Marble Art work and Traditional Art work. It is located in the city-limits of Bikaner. Imperial Art Gallery is among the most prominent attractions of this city.

Imperial Arts Gallery, Bikaner is a place where soul of traditional art is still alive and people like us are those soul energizers. Imperial Arts consist of the colorful illuminations, which captured the fancy of the royalt...

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4/12 Places to Visit in Bikaner within city

Junagarh Fort is one of the most popular forst in India, situated near the city of Bikaner. This huge old fort was named 'Chintamani' at the initial stages after being constructed. Later in the 20th century, it was renamed with 'Junagarh' which means 'Old Fort'. This fort is a standing example of the Rajput glory and their brilliance in architecture and arts. Though, sometimes, Mughal culture and British effect can also be found. This fort was built outside the original fort of the city and it is near about 1. 4 kilometre from the heart of the city Bikaner. Unlike most of the forts, the Junaga...

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5/12 Places to Visit in Bikaner within city

Kassaiyon Ki Baari is located between Muhammadi Masjid and Dauji road. It is basically a street consisting of various shops where traditional handicrafts are sold at a cheap rateIt is located within city limits of Bikaner.

It has Muhammadi masjid nearby which is a famous masjid, many come from all over the world to worship. Jama Masjid is also located nearby. Kassaiyon Ki Baari has three great gates, four towers and two 40 metres high minarets constructed with strips of red sandstone and white marble. The courtyard can accommodate more than 25,000 people . There are three domes on ...

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Kote Gate, Bikaner
Within Bikaner city limits
ArchitectureHistory

Offering a glimpse of the magnificent architectural work in the city, Kote Gate is the main entrance gate of Bikanker. This daunting structure is an example of fine artistry of the workers belonging to the olden days and is considered as the market area of Bikaner. There are numerous shops nearby this area and here one can see a beautiful display of traditional clothing, goods, etc. Kote gate separates the old city and the new city of Bikaner, standing tall in the middle of the road. While on one side is the modern city, the other side of the gate has stunning mansions (havellis), which are ar...

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7/12 Places to Visit in Bikaner within city

In the middle of bustling streets teeming with motor vehicles and large buildings of glass and concrete stands the Lallgarh Palace - a magnificent testament to the grandeur of ages long gone. Situated about 5 kilometres from Bikaner junction, the palace built by Maharaja Ganga Singh is an emblem of a modern monarch.

The architecture of the palace presents a harmonious marriage of the east and the west - with the exteriors displaying panoramas of classical Mughal and Rajput designs made from fine red sandstone quarried from the Thar desert, and a British inspired layout within. The ...

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8/12 Places to Visit in Bikaner within city

The Rampuria Haveli is considered as "the pride of Bikaner" because of its unmatchable levels of antiquity, grandeur and exquisiteness. This Haveli is 1. 7 km via Heritage Rte from the main city, Bikaner, posing as a great tourist destination.

The reminiscence of the bygone era, the Rampuria Haveli has been constructed during the 15th century by Balujee Chalva as ordered by a wealthy merchant family, Rampuria. It owns its royal and elegant look as Dulmera red sandstone is the crucial base material for its magnificient elegancy. This Haveli poses its beauty as a fusion of mughal ...

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9/12 Places to Visit in Bikaner within city
Sadul Singh Museum, Bikaner
Within Bikaner city limits
History

Situated within the city limits of Bikaner, the Sadul Singh Museum is one of the many attractions of Bikaner which one must visit for sure during their visit to the city. Situated on the first floor of Lalgarh Palace, the museum has been built in the memory of Kings Sadul Singh, Ganga Singh and Karni Singh.

Among the large collection of historical artefacts displayed by the museum, walkthrough of the place gives a sensation of livid royal warrior heritage, speaking a lot about the history the artefacts were a part of. While strolling through Sadul Singh Museum, one will come across...

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10/12 Places to Visit in Bikaner within city

Shri Laxminath temple is one of the oldest temples of the city of Bikaner. It is located within the city limits and is only 3km away from the Bikaner Junction. The temple is devoted to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi and was built by Mahraja Rao Lunakaran of Bikaner in the 14th century. The construction of the temple was started in 1504 and it further took 22 years to completely built the temple. The temple is buit as a throne of lord Laxminath, who was believed to be the ruler of the land.

Shri Laxminath temple is built from red sandstone, which was imported from Jaisalmer and marbl...

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Station Road Market, Bikaner
Within Bikaner city limits
ArtHistory

Station Road Market is one of the most prominent markplaces in Bikaner. Station Road Market is easily accessible from Bikaner being very close to the city center.

The Station Road market is filled with numerous varieties of shops and small time vendors. This market is a fabulous place to acquire embroidered footwear (jootis), local fabrics, leather goods and wood as well as traditional artifacts. Customers can even get a customized Jooti within 24 hours. It is also known for the local miniature paintings and gold worked wood and leather crafts. For the foodies, the famous Haldiram Bh...

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Bhairu Ji temple which was founded by Shri Brijarji built in 1933 is located in Toliyasar, in Bikaner district. It is located within Bikaner city-limits.

In this temple the principal deity is Bhairon ji. The idol of Bhairoji is 2 feet High. It's made of black stone, where Bhairoji is seated on a dog. There is an old statue which is made of rock is 2 feet 3 inches high.

In Toliasar, the temple of Bhairuji is very very old and it commands great respect from the people around. The people believe that Bhairji gave orders to his pujari (priest) in dream to construct a temple...

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