The spectacular Lalgarh Palace in Bikaner, Rajasthan, India is an outstanding architectural marvel that enchants you with a magical fusion Rajputana, European and Mughal building styles.
Stone crafted pillars, Italian colonnades, spacious lounges, regal halls and profusely carved fire places at the imposing Lalgarh Palace in Bikaner transport you back in time to an incomparably lavish royal era. Thick walls covered with bougainvillea blossoms compliment the ethnic red sandstone palatial Lalgarh Palace in Bikaner, Rajasthan, India.
Wild peacocks enliven the massive Lalgarh Palace lawns adorned with marble pavilions and carved water fountains. Built in 1902 the Lalgarh Palace was constructed by Maharaja Ganga Singhji who christened the palatial mansion after his father Maharaja Lal Singhji.
The walls of the grand Lalgarh Palace are adorned with royal portraits, hunting trophies, artifacts and carved motifs. Tour the Lalgarh Palace museum and relax at the library. The Lalgarh Palace library is unique as in it is a storehouse of ancient Sanskrit manuscripts on parchments.
The Lalgarh Palace is divided into three parts, the Sadul Museum, heritage hotel and the section still occupied by the descendants of the Royal family. Designed by Swinton Jacob, a famed architect of those times, the Lalgarh Palace is a lavish royal home that exudes Bikaner regalia.
The Sadul Museum is a repository of historic exhibits. See a World War I plane, regal weaponry, delicately designed miniature paintings, black and white pictures and more at the Lalgarh Palace museum on your tours to Bikaner tourist attractions.
Find out more on tours to Bikaner tourist attractions by visiting the web links mentioned below:
Bhandasar Jain Temple
Ganga Government Museum
Shiv Bari Temple
Camel Breeding Farm
Excursions From Bikaner