Lalgarh Palace is one of the most popular heritages in Bikaner, it was built at the end of the 19th century, designed by Sir Swinton Jacob and built by Maharaja Ganga Singh. Lalgarh Palace is also known for its grand architecture, which was built using the most intricate stone carving on red stone and its grand Indo-Saracenic architecture. This magnificent Lalgarh Palace is a classic example of Indian, European and Mughal architecture, and is famous for its lattice sandstone. The palace has verdant gardens with dancing peacocks, open courtyards and vibrant bougainvillea flowers.
... The Lalgarh palace also houses a museum and the fourth largest private library in the world. The Karni Niwas wing inside the palaces houses the Darbar hall and an art Deco indoor swimming pool, the complex of this palace features magnificent pillars, elaborate fireplaces, Italian colonnades, and intricate latticework and filigree work.
This incredible Lalgarh Palace in Bikaner has two wings which have been reincarnated as luxury heritage hotel with 59 rooms that combine the best of modern conveniences with vintage furnishings. The Palace’s hallways are lined with charming sepia photographs and cherished hunting trophies. The grounds have lush, lavish gardens oft visited by peacocks and an indoor pool that completes the picture of a perfect desert oasis.
Q. What Lalgarh Palace is famous for?
Ans. Lalgarh Palace is famous for its grand architecture and lattice sandstone.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Lalgarh Palace?
Ans. Junagarh Fort, Ratan Behari Temple, Prachina Museum, Kote Gate, Sardul Singh Statue, Ganga Theatre, and Soor Sagar.
Q. How to Reach Lalgarh Palace In Rajasthan