Hanumangarh Travel Guide



Hanumangarh  is a city in northern Rajasthan state in western India, situated on the banks of the ancient river Ghaggar, located about 400km from Delhi. It is the administrative seat of Hanumangarh District.

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Railway Junction

'Hanumangarh Junction' is a major railway station on Jodhpur-Bikaner-Kalka route; Sadulpur, Rewari, Jaipur, Sriganganagar, Anupgarh, (Canaloop). Both meter gauge and broad gauge lines passes through this station. There is a Diamond-Railway-Crossing. The broad gauge started in the year of 1982 from Bhatinda to Hanumangarh to Suratgarh, and first train was flagged by Mr. Milkha Singh, erstwhile Guard 'A'.

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Hanumangarh was the kingdom of 'Bhatti' Rajputs and hence its earlier name was 'Bhatner'. Later it was named as 'Shardulgarh' when Raja Shardul Singh won it. Since it was won on Tuesday, which is the ominous day for monkey-god Hanuman, it was rechristened as 'Hanumangarh' - the Fort of Hanuman Monkey-god. A 900 year old 'Bhatner' fort is situated in the middle of 'Hanumangarh Town'. The description of which can be found in 'Aaine-Akbari'. A famous 'Bhadrakali temple' is situated near the town on the banks of Ghaggar river.[citation needed]

The area around Hanumangarh appears to be quite old. It has yielded a number of terracotta decorative tiles in the late Kushana style along with a number of coins. Two terracotta capitals at the depth of 15' from the top of the mound with stepped pyramids along their edges have been discovered

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Famous Fairs and Carnivals

Gogameri Mela Gogameri, around 120 km from district headquarter, is the place where this Mela begins on BHADAWA BADI 1 and continues till BHADAWA SUDI 11. Thousands of pilgrims from various states like Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal visit during the period to worship Gogaji "The god of snakes". Gogaji also known as Gogaji Chauhan, Gugga, Jahar Peer etc. Gogaji was born in Chauhan Rajput dynasty of Dadrewa village of Churu District in Rajasthan. History reveals that Gogaji was born some 900 years ago and was contemporary to Mamood Gaznabi. The beauty of this place is that the pilgrims from every caste and religion visit here to worship the Gogaji. Moreover, the temple has one Hindu Pujari and one Muslim Pujari, which is a great example of communal harmony.

Bhadrakali Mela The historical temple of MAA BHADRAKALI is situated 7 km from the district headquarter. The sixth emperor of Bikaner Maharaja Ram Singh said to have constructed this temple on Badshah Akbar's desire. Though pilgrims visit the temple through out the year but during the Mela days on Chaitra Sudi 8 and 9, thousands of pilgrims from Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan visit the temple to worship MAA BHADRAKALI.

Pallu Mela Pallu, around 100 km from the district headquarter, surrounded by sand dunes is a place where MATA BRAHMANI Mela takes place during Navaratras.

Shila Mata Mela Shila Mata Mela takes place on every Thursday near Bus Stand, Hanumangarh Town. This 6' x 2.5' x 2' size stone is worshiped by Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims. The Hindus-Sikhs call this Shila Mata and Muslims call it Shila Peer.
shaid baba sukha singh ,mahitab singh yadgari mela shaid baba sukha singh ,mahitab singh came hanumangarh where he rest under a tree where in present a big fantastic sikh temple &that tree it is near by the' shila mata' every '25,bhadra mahina'(a hindi month) a big fair will there in this fair came many religions and there very big crowd all the sikh & poltical leader of over country came there

CHHANI BARI Chhani bari, around 180 km from district headquarter.Chhani bari is sub-tehsil of bhadra.This village is always forword in education sector.It have many private & govt.school.