Broom to Bikaner from Jodhpur

Bikaner is a town in the north Indian state of Rajasthan with a tremendous fort and a expand tourist trade. Planning for trip from Jodhpur to Bikaner by road the Rajwada Cabs is convenient at your service.

Distance from Jodhpur to Bikaner is 400 km, and we offer sedan cars at INR 9 per km. So basic Cab cost from Jodhpur to Bikaner comes near 350 X 9 = INR 3000.

Jodhpur to Bikaner Taxi Service

Day 01: Enter Bikaner: Enter Bikaner and check into your delegate hotel. Bikaner is located in the North West part of Rajasthan. It was establish in heart of the backwoods called Jungladesh by Rao Bika Ji in the 14 century. The most splendid palaces, richly sculptured temples are made up of and yellow red sand stones which exhibit the imagination of Rajput civilization.

Day 01(a): Junagarh Fort of Bikaner Junagarh Fort was built in the year 1593 by Raja Rai Singh. The amazing architecture inside the fort inspires you. The construction is a fine blend of Mughal, Gujarati and Rajput style of architecture. Some of the attractions inside the fort are Anup Mahal, Chandra Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Dungar Mahal, Diwan-e-khas and Ganga Mahal.

Day 01(b): Lalgarh Palace Lalgarh Palace was constructed by Maharaja Ganga Singh in the year 1902 in memory of his father Maharaja Lal Singh Ji. The enormous lawns houses peacocks, which are a sight to watch when they dance. Lalgarh Palace is a feast to your eyes and architects’ delight. The red sandstone fabrication is a amazing illustration of the architectural brilliance of the past. Mughal, Rajput and European architectures blend excellently well.

Day 02: Gajner Palace Gajner Palace is situated on the banks of a lake. Maharaja Ganga Singh Ji constructed the palace. The palace is located in the thick of forest and you could view migratory birds flock in great numbers. The royal family used the palace to retreat after hunting.

Day 02(a): Ganga Singh Museum Ganga Singh Museum was established by Maharaja Ganga Singh in the year 1937. It houses articles of historical substance that go to show that the society was civilized even before the exposure of Harappan civilization.

Day 02(b): Sadul Singh Museum Sadul Singh Museum is on the first floor of Lalgarh palace. The golden artifacts, Georgian paintings, and the photographs seen here stand proof of the interests and the heroics of the three kings namely Maharaja Ganga Singh, Sadul Singh and Karni Singh.