Bhatner fort (Hanumangarh), Rajasthan

Hanumangarh is a city in northern Rajasthan state in western India, situated on the banks of the river Ghaggar also identified as Ancient Sarasvati river, located about 400 km from Delhi. It is the administrative seat of Hanumangarh District. The city was once called Bhatner (alternatively spelled Bhatnair) because it was founded by king Bhupat in 255 AD. It remained in the control of the Rajputs of Bhati clan and later occupied by Maharaja Soorat Singh of Bikaner. famous Bhadrakali temple is situated near the town on the banks of Ancient Sarasvati river. 'Hanumangarh Junction' is a major railway station on Jodhpur-Bathinda line; Sadulpur, Rewari jaipur, Sriganganagar, Anupgarh.

Visitor Attraction:

  1. Kalibanga a historical place, in Pilibanga Tehsil.
  2. Gogameri Temple.
  3. Brahmaani Mata Temple at Pallu.
  4. Bhadarkali Mata Temple at the basin on Ghaghar river.
  5. Shri Sukha SIngh Mehtab Singh Gurudwara.
  6. Bhatner Fort.
  7. Shri Gorakh Nath ji Temple.


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In Monsoon : July to September - NA -

In Winters : October to February - NA -


By Air :Hanumangarh does not have an airport. Nearest airport is Ludhiana Airport.

By Road :There are regular buses from other major cities of the country to Hanumangarh.

By Rail :Hanumangarh have own railway station which is Hanumangarh Junction (HMH).