Bikaner, in the midst of Thar Desert in Rajasthan, is a princely state. Bikaner is famous for its red sandstone forts, exquisite architecture of it’s palaces, havelis and Camel Safaris.

Bikaner is a marvel of Rajput architecture. It is among the three important cornerstones of the Rajasthan travel circuit and offers a glimpse into the real Rajasthan.

Founded in 1488 AD, Bikaner the erstwhile princely state of the same name, is a shining example of Rajasthan heritage. Bikaner used to be an important trade route linking the country with China and Central Asia.

Bikaner is justifiably famous for its buildings made of red and yellow sandstone, outstanding forts and palaces, and camel safaris. Bikaner is home to the largest Camel research and breeding farm in the world, so it is also called the Camel Country. Bikaner is proud of the riding quality of its camels and its camel festival is very popular among the tourists.