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Hanumangarh Tourism and Travel Guide


Tours to Hanumangarh
Carved out from Sri Ganganagar district, and formally created on 12th day of July, 1994 as the 31st district of Rajasthan state, Hanumangarh district, shares its boundaries with Haryana state in the east, Sriganganagar district inHanumangarh the west, Punjab state in the North and Churu district in the South. Tours to Hanumangarh Rajasthan means a rare chance to take a peek into the history of our ancestors, the history of one of the oldest civilizations on the face of earth- the Indus Valley Civilization. The remains found at Kalibanga (Pilibanga) in 1951 reveal that the area surrounding Hanumangarh was once a part of the nearly 5000 years old civilization.

Excavations revealed remains of human skeleton, unknown scripts, stamps, coins, utensils, jewellary, toys, statues, wells, bathrooms, fort, streets, markets etc., found in excavation tell the story of well developed life style of our ancestors. Apart from Kalibanga, there are 100 other places in the district where evidences of this old civilization have been found. The remains found at these places are now at the Museum at Kalibanga and National museum at Delhi. Hanumangarh was earlier known as Bhatner.

What to See on Tours To Hanumangarh In Rajasthan, India
The ancient fort built in year 295 AD by Bhupat son of king Bhati of Jaisalmer on the bank of river ghaggar is a major tourist attraction while on Tours to Hanumangarh in India. Research reveals that the place where the famous Tarain war fought between Mohammed Ghori and Prithviraj Chouhan is now the Talwara Jheel area of the district. Bhatner was also ruled by Qutubuddin Aibak, Teymoor and Akbar. Teymoor, in his biography "Tuzuk-e-Teymoory", referred to this fort saying that he has never seen such a strongly built and secured fort in Hindustan. In year 1805, Emperor Soorat Singh of Bikaner captured Bhatner after defeating Bhattis- a Rajput clan. Since the day of his victory was Tuesday (known as the day of god "Hanuman"), he named Bhatner as "Hanumangarh".

The historic Brahmani temple located in the premises of the ancient fort Kalloor in village Pallu of Rawatsar Tehsil is a must see on tours to Hanumangarh Rajasthan. The Idol of Jain Saraswati, believed to belong to 10-11th century was Hanumangarhexcavated from ancient site of Pallu and has been kept at National Museum, Delhi. This idol is believed to belong 10th -11th century.

Bhatner Fort
The Bhatner fort, built by Abhay Rao Bhatti has witnessed many important events of Indian history. Merchants from middle Asia, Kabul and Sindh used to pass from this area while going to Delhi and Agra for trade. Timur the lame has mentioned in his biography that he had never seen such a strongly built and secured fort in India.

Kalibanga Museum
Kalibanga, located at a distance of around 20 kms from the city is renowned for its connections with ancient Indus Valley Civilization. Items like utensils, jewellary, toys and photographs of ancient cities and streets found in the excavation are kept here.

Sangaria Museum
Sir Chhotu Ram memorial museum, situated at Sangaria at a distance of 25 Kms. from district headquarter is known for its artifacts. The clay, stone and metal statues, old coins etc collected from different parts of the country have been exhibited at this museum. A statue of goddess Parvati of year 600-900, a statue of "Tirthankar Shantinath" of 15th century, a Toran of 17th century and a Kamandal of 5.5' height draw special attention of the visitors.