Rao Bikaji, a descendant of the founder of Jodhpur, founded this desert town in the north of the state in 1488. Like many others in Rajasthan, the old city is surrounded by high crenellated walls and was once an important staging post on the great caravan trade routes. The city is chiefly interesting for its superb large fort, but is also known for the fine camel’s bread here.
Junagarh Fort : It is an unassailable fortress, which had never been conquered. Built in 1593 A.D. by Raja Rai Singh, one of the most distinguished generals in the army of Emperor Akbar, the fort is a formidable structure encircled by a moat.
National Research Center on Camel (10 km): Spend some time with the indispensable ship of the desert at the camel research and breeding centers which is only one of its kinds in Asia. The farm extends over 2000 acres of semi arid land and is managed by the Government of India.
Deshnok Temple : is a small village situated 32 km south of Bikaner city along the Jodhpur Road. It is connected by national highway and rail.. Originally, the village was called 'dus-nok' meaning ten corners as it was formed by taking ten corners of ten villages.