Escape to Gajner Palace with TATTVA

An Overview

Gajner – Spread over 6000 acres, the forest of Gajner was transformed into a famous shooting reserve for sand grouse when Maharaja Ganga Singh of Bikaner built the palace next to the Gajner Lake. Sir Ganga Singh was also an avid wildlife conservator. He introduced different breeds of deer and birds into the state sanctuaries, had wildlife preserves replanted, and ensured that wardens were posted to prevent poaching. Maharaja Karni Singh, grandson of Sir Ganga Singh, converted the hunting preserve of Gajner in to a wildlife sanctuary, a haven to endangered antelopes like the chinkara, black buck, blue bull as well as other rare animals. The sanctuary and lake attract more than a hundred species of migratory birds during the winter. Gajner Palace is a jewel in the Thar Desert, built by HH Maharaja Sir Ganga Singh of Bikaner on the edge of a lake. The property was converted into a heritage hotel in 1976. Lose yourself in this sprawling majestic palace, with its distinctive terraces and balconies; revered for its fabulous setting and unhurried way of life, explore a world of nature-walks, boat-rides, sanctuary dinners and desert safaris. Discover Rajasthan’s ‘best-kept secret’, just 30-minutes’ drive away from Bikaner.

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Room Type No. of Units
Deluxe Rooms 32
Historic Suite 13
Total Rooms
Restaurants & Bar
Restaurant Cuisine
The Mirage Indian, Mughlai and continental
Mrigtrishna Bar
  • Billiards room
  • Tennis Court
  • Nature walks
  • Cycling
  • Table Tennis
  • Spa
  • Ayurveda

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