Tuesday, September 26, 2017

* Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in the North Indian State of Rajasthan

 ॐ श्री गुरुभ्यो नमः ॐ श्री शिवानन्दाय नमः 

Laxmi Niwas Palace is a former residential palace of the king of the former Bikaner State, Mahārāja Ganga Singh, in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It was designed in 1896 in an Indo-Saracenic style by the British architect, Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob, and built between 1898 and 1902.

It is now a Luxury Heritage Hotel managed by Golden Triangle Fort & Palace P. Ltd. The magnificent structure in red sandstone, is one of the most popular destination for tourists to the city of Bikaner

Here are the reviews on Tripadvisor, by the guests who visited The Lakxmi Niwas Palace, Bikaner in the past.

More information on Laxmi Niwas Palace Bikaner, with web-links to the sources of the following images of this historical structure of chivalrous Rajasthan, will follow soon. Stay tuned, & please don't miss the fun & joy of exploring some of these awe-inspiring, mesmerizing & thought-provoking historical structures, & Architectural Marvels of Ancient & Medieval India.



Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India
Laxmi Niwas Palace in Bikaner : A Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, India

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