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The Royal Cenotaphs

Sagar, Bikaner, India
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In memories of royal family members

In Rajasthan there used to be a culture to construct beautiful cenotaph in memory of departed... read more

Reviewed May 21, 2017
Meerut, India

The cenotaph are beautifully built and we visited them on our way from camel research centre. There... read more

Reviewed March 29, 2017
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Sagar, Bikaner, India

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Reviewed May 21, 2017

In Rajasthan there used to be a culture to construct beautiful cenotaph in memory of departed souls. The royal families have constructed such cenotaphs preferably in marbles at places selected by them After Jodhpur ,Bikaner is also having exquisitely carved beautiful centophies .I visited them...More

Thank sunilagrawa111
Reviewed March 29, 2017

The cenotaph are beautifully built and we visited them on our way from camel research centre. There was not much hustle bustle. A very nice jester is that they provide you with slippers as you have to remove shoes while entering

Thank Dua1
Reviewed March 23, 2017

Away from the city centre, the picturesque Royal Cenotaphs are a multitude of intricately carved & impressive stone chhatris in memory of kings & queens & their royal family. Less popular with tourists, this calm & serene place has been the shooting location for many...More

Thank chandan_khatua
Reviewed March 15, 2017

this is where th kings of Jaipur are cremated, and a memorial is built for them. It even has the memorial of the last heir Jagat Singh's under construction. They expect to finish it soon.

Thank Shanth148
Reviewed February 13, 2017 via mobile

It's the cremation ground built in the memory of queens, kings, and members of Royal Family of Bikaner. You can cover the whole place in Just 15 minutes and experience the architectural exuberance in the traditional carvings on the pillars. Located in the city itself,...More

Thank Roooooma
Reviewed February 11, 2017 via mobile

Serene and timeless. In silent rows they all stood, no ranks n no protocols...Typical of Rajasthan architecture the structures are simple and their beauty lies in the way they huddle together.

Thank Ali J
Reviewed January 21, 2017 via mobile

This is located outside Bikaner city. This place is very amazing during evening and morning. Try to avoid going in the noon.

Thank Balram C
Reviewed December 27, 2016

We had a wonderful time as this cenotaphs are rarely visited by foreign tourist. It is worth the detour and you can enjoy the sight on your own

Thank Esther D
Reviewed December 19, 2016 via mobile

Dont bother goin this place as there is nothing except board named witb old kings and there birth and death date. Waste of time and energy

Reviewed December 10, 2016

Visit the royal cenotaphs of the local rajas. Handing over our Rs 100 each we were given thongs to wear and we had to leave our shoes behind. I dislike wearing footwear that has been worn by thousands of unknowns but there was no option....More

Thank Rasputin21
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