Khimsar is situated between Bikaner and Jodhpur in Nagaur district of Rajasthan. It is most famous for its Nagaur Fort. It was built in 1523 by Rajkumar Rao Karamsaji, the eighth son of Rao Jodha, the founder of the royal dynasty, with the aim of providing a strong defense to the village from the invaders. Still home to the erstwhile royal family, the Khimsar Fort has been converted into a heritage hotel. Its royal garage has a line of old cars and a journey. Camel is hilarious in India. It is a convenient stop between Pushkar and Jaisalmer and the Nagaur Festival (January - February) is the major attraction for travelers and the Panchal Kale Bak Reserve is another tourist attraction here. People from far and wide come and trade cattle in bulk during Nagaur Festival.
Apart from this, Khimsar Fort and Sand Doon Village are the major tourist attractions here. Various activities like tug of war, camel races etc. are also organized. The red chili market established during this period is also famous all over Asia. The fort here is about 450 years old. It is a great place for a day trip. Interior, exterior decoration, carving, rooms, paintings, doors and windows and much more are the wonderful features of the Khimsar Fort. Other picnic spots are Jodhpur Sand Dunes and Ocean Village. Passion is preferred by travelers. It is found 35 miles away and there is no dearth of things to do. The Surya Temple is the best place to learn the culture. Sachia Mata Temple and Mahavir Temple are also worth visiting. Jodhpur is another neighboring destination that makes its way to Umaid Bhawan Palace Mehrangarh Fort and Jaswant Thada, just 55 miles away.
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