its kinds in Asia.The farm is engaged in breeding and training of camels.
Gajner wild life sanctuary - Just 32 kilometres from Bikaner, the Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary
is home to a wide variety of wild animals. The adjoining lake that mirrors the charming pink sandstone palace and gardens contrasts
so well with the surrounding scrubland where black buck, chital, sambhar, chinkara, nilgai, wild boar, rabbits, partridges, quail,
and Indian Bustard abound, that you wonder if it's real, or a desert mirage. From the paved terrace, you see jungle animals
come down to the water for a drink. This lake attracts millions of migratory birds in winter. House parties for shooting grouse,
duck, and wild boar were held here by the Maharaja of Bikaner.
Mata Karni Mandir - Thirty kilometres south of Bikaner is the village of Deshnoke, where the famous Mata Karni
Temple is situated. This 600-year-old temple is dedicated to Karni Mata, an incarnation of Goddess Durga. The temple has huge intricately
carved silver gates given by Maharaja Ganga Singh. The temple plays host to thousands of rats that form the major attraction
here. The rats are considered sacred and are worshipped accordingly. You have to be very careful while entering the inner hall, because
it is believed that if you accidentally step on a rat, a gold replica has to be made to compensate for the lost life.
Kolayat - This Temple is 52 kilometers towards Jaisalmer and is dedicated to "Kapil Muni" who is the
fifth regeneration of "Lord Vishnu". There are 52 Ghats around this temple and it is the most important Pilgrimage Point
for Hindus in Northern Rajasthan after Pushkar. Every year a big fair is organized in the month of November known as Kolayat Fair
which coincides with the Pushkar fair, when pilgrims take a holy dip in the Kolayat lake on the full moon day in the month of Kartik.
Bhandasar Temple - This temple is dedicated to the fifth Tirthankara Sumitnath. The interior
of the temple is stunning, with a series of vibrant paintings. The pillars bear floral carvings and stories that depict the lives
of the 24 Jain tirthankaras. It is said that 40,000 kgs of ghee was used instead of water in the mortar, which locals believe
seeps through the floor on hot days. On first floor of the three-story temple are beautiful miniatures of the sentries of the gods. There
are fine views out over the city from the third floor, with the desert stretching behind it to the west.