When we reached Lalgarh palace, we were immediately transported to another era of royal lavishness.
Walking through the stone crafted pillars, Italian colonnades, and spacious lounges; we came across the regal halls in the architectural marvel in the city of Bikaner.
Outstanding feature of the architecture is that it combines Rajput, Mughal, and European architecture all in one.
Thick walls that are covered with bougainvillea compliment ethnic beauty of the palace built with red sandstone.
Wild peacocks were moving around in the lawns decorated with marble pavilions and carved water fountains. The palace has a unique library that is a place for learning as well as relaxation. It is a veritable storehouse of ancient Sanskrit manuscript scribed on parchments.
Among the three parts of Lalgarh Palace, the Sadul Museum, heritage hotel, and private residence of the royal family, the main attraction for tourists is the Museum.
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