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Raj Ratan Bihari and Rasik Siromani Temple Bikaner

Bikaner proudly boasts of its golden sand dunes, striking red sandstone forts, spectacular palaces and sprawling havelis and undoubtedly its camel safaris. All these attracts tourist to this ancient city which was a trade route in the days of yore. This city is also famous for its temples and shrines as well. Raj Ratan Bihari and Rasik Siromani Temple at Bikaner is one such religious spot that truly deserves the attention of the tourists.

History of Raj Ratan Bihari and Rasik Siromani Temple, Bikaner

This temple was built by Ratan Singuji and Sardar Singuji in the early 19th century and retains much of its old charm and grandeur even to this days.

Description of Raj Ratan Bihari and Rasik Siromani Temple, Bikaner

Raj Ratan Bihari and Rasik Siromani Temple at Bikaner reflect the true essence of beauty and thus make for a good place to visit. The atmosphere in and around the temple is very pleasing and hence adds to the flavor of vacations. The structure is a fine instance of some of the best architectural wonder and is made up of red sandstone and built in the mansion style. The temple is located in the north of KEM road inside the Ratan Bihari Park. This temple frequented by a large number of pilgrims who come here from different parts of India.

This temple is easily accessible from all parts of Bikaner. Bikaner is well connected by air, rail and road networks as well. The nearest airport being Jodhpur and it is equally well connected with Delhi, Jaipur and Jodhpur by the rail network. The buses also ply frequently from the different parts of Rajasthan.