Bikaner is located in the Thar desert of Rajasthan. Established in the 15th century by Rao Bika of Jodhpur family, it is a vibrant and effervescent desert town with narrow lanes meandering into the bustling markets. The street markets in Bikaner has something for everyone, from delicious food to lahariya fabrics. It also offers a blend of rich medieval architecture in a string of spectacular forts, havelis and well crafted temples which contribute to the urban fabric of Bikaner.
How to get there-
Bikaner is well connected with plenty of bus services. A lot of inter-city buses connect Bikaner with its neighboring cities. Most popular routes that operate from Bikaner are for Delhi, Jodhpur, Agra, Ajmer and Jaipur.
Bikaner has a well linked rail system that is connected to most of the major cities like Delhi, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Punjab, Mumbai, Kolkata and Ahmedabad. It has two railway stations- Bikaner junction and Lalgarh Railway station. Both the stations are located within the city.
List of trains arriving in Bikaner junction
Bikaner does not have its own airport, thus the closest airport is in Jodhpur, 250 Kms away, while the Jaipur airport is 350 Kms away.
Weather in November
Afternoons can be very hot with temperatures as high as 32°C and the nights are pleasant with an average low of 12°C. The atmosphere is pleasant and rainfall is rare in this month.
Where to reach in Bikaner
Acharya Tulsi Shanti Pratishthan,
Near Tolaram Bafna School,
Participants who are arriving in Bikaner on 13-14-15 November, are requested to reach at following festival Help Desk which is available full time from 10-17 November, 2016. This place is 1 KM away from Bikaner railway station.
Tourist Reception Center,
Hotel Dhola Maru,