Hanumangarh India is situated in the northern part of Rajasthan and the city lies on the banks of River Ghaggar which was known as River Saraswati during ancient times. The city of Hanumangarh India is 400 Kms away from Delhi and is also the administrative headquarters of the district of Hanumangarh. During ancient times, the city was called as Bhatnair and King Bhupat founded this city in the year 255 AD. The city was ruled by Jats as well as Rajputs and it came under the rule of Bikaner Maharaja Soorat Singh. The king has won this city on a Tuesday which is the auspicious day of Lord Hanuman. Hence, the city got the name of Hanumangarh which means ‘Fort of Hanuman’. Bhatner fort which was found some 1700 years ago lies in the heart of the city of Hanumangarh. The city was also mentioned in the Ain-i-Akbari. The city also comes with many best places to see during your visit to the city.
The city is also famous for Bhadrakali temple which is found on the river banks of ancient saraswathi river. Since it is a very old city, it has got many terracotta tiles which were made in the style of Kushan Empire, several coins and two terracotta capitals were also found. Yet another important aspect of the city is that it was part of the Indus Valley Civilisation as the archaeologists excavated several remains of the civilization at Kalibangan. These remains are kept at Kalibangan museum as well as in National Museum, New Delhi. This makes the city a popular Hanumangarh sightseeing. When you go on a Hanumangarh city tours don’t miss out on these sites.
Apart from the above, the tourists who visit Hanumangarh will also find other tourists places like Gogameri temple, Brahmani Mata Temple at Pallu, etc. which is worth the visit.