The country's only camel breeding farm is situated in Bikaner. Established in 1975, about fifty percent of the camels reared in India come from this ranch. Previously known as the National Research Center on Camel, it is widely known as the Government Camel Breeding Farm today. As a tourist, you can visit the farm between 2:30pm and 5:00pm once the camels return after pasturing.
Although this excursion has to take place in the blistering afternoon heatwave, you can cool off by guzzling some thirst-quenching thick camel milk. Ensure that you make arrangements for a guide to lead you through the area or else your experience can be slightly humdrum. Also make sure to carry a bug spray, sunscreen and a convenient pair of shoes. You can also take advantage of the camel rides to explore the camel breeding farm and you might also wind up learning some striking facts about the life of camels.
The Karni Mata Temple is a famous and distinguished spiritual shrine of India. The temple is located in a small town which is 30 kilometres away from Bikaner. You can board any regular bus from Jodhpur or Bikaner to get to Karni Mata Mandir. To ensure an untroubled journey, you can choose to hire a taxi from anywhere in Rajasthan. The temple is consecrated to Goddess Karni, who is revered as the embodiment of Maa Durga. The Karni Mata Temple is abundant with about 20,000 rats that are provided food, protection and veneration. There is a great deal of holes in the temple patio.
One can witness rats engrossed in different activities. The rats can be observed eating from large pots of sweets, grain and milk. The followers are required to take off all their leather articles including wallets and belts before setting foot in the temple. You can bring milk and grains as contribution to the temple, which are gobbled by the sacred rodents.
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