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Bikaner’s camel breeding farm is a must on your itinerary. At the farm, you will see several species of the Rajasthani single-humped camel, as well as the double-humped camel from Ladakh. What you probably didn’t know that camels have long served in the Indian Army, as part of a special camel corps unit that helps patrol the Indo-Pakistan border. And that’s not all. Camels have also been used to assist in infrastructure projects along the hostile desert terrain. So come enjoy your very own camel experience. Have a camel ride, or go on a camel safari. At the Camel Museum, get acquainted with the research and development on camel welfare. And then, how about some camel milk ice-cream?
If ever beauty has bloomed in a desert, Bikaner is the place to find it! Built in 1400s by Rao Bika Ji, Bikaner features imposing palaces and richly sculpted temples. Opulent havelis grace the city with old-world charm. The imposing Junagadh Fort, built in 1593 A.D. by Raja Rai Singh, was once an unassailable fortress. Within the fort are magnificent palaces like Anup Mahal, Ganga Niwas and Rang Mahal, or palace of pleasure. The Har Mandir is a temple built…