Landmark of District Hanumangarh






Kalibangan Museum :-

Kalibangan is located in Pilibanga Tehsil,between the districts of Suratgarh and hanumangarh at 205 km from Bikaner.Museum is located on the southern shores of the River Ghaggar. The museum was established in 1983. Inside this museum, there are three galleries, one exhibits Pre-Harappan finds and the other two display Harappan artifacts.



Bhatner Fort :- 

The Bhatner Fort, known as the Hanumangarh Fort. It is located on the banks of the River Gaggar in the centre of Hanumangarh was built in 295AD by Bhupat, son of king Bhati of Jaisalmer. This is very oldest fort of India. It is Believed to be 1700 years old.




Shila Mata - Shila Peer Temple :-

The idol of this temple is worshipped by Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims. it is a mark of communal harmony.Temple of sila mata (peer) takes place on Thursday near bus stand Hanumangarh town Rajasthan.

people believe that offer milk or water Silla mata or silla peer cures all types of skin diseases.




Brahmani Mata Temple :-

This Temple is situated on the Hanumangarh - Kishangarh Mega Highway, at a distance of about 100 km from the city of Hanumangarh. It is located in the Pallu village of Rawatsar Tehsil. During Navratras, a fair is organised here.



Shri Gogaji Temple :-

It was prepared and renovated by the Maharaja of Bikaner Shri Ganga Singhji in the year 1911. At a distance of about 120 km from the city of Hanumangarh and two kilometres from the railway station of Gogamedi, the temple of Shri Gogaji is located.  The temple is a centre of communal harmony and respected by all religious people. The one month long fare in Bhadrapada is the time when millions of people visit Gogamedi.




Bhadrakali Mata Temple :-

This temple is situated on the banks of River Ghaggar that is near to Amarpura Thedi Village. This temple was constructed by 6th ruler of Bikaner, Maharaja Ram Singh, to fulfill the desire of Akbar, the Mughal Emperor.  This temple is historical temple of Hanumangarh. The main fair of mata Bhadrakali was organize in the months of Navratras. The opening time of this temple is 5:00am and closing time of temple is  till 09.00 pm. The main idol of this temple is built with red stone that is 2.6 feet high and covered in ornaments.






Shaheed Sukha Singh Mahtab singh Gurdwara:-

The Gurdwara of Shaheedan Da is located in the city of Hanumangarh. In the 18th century AD, when this gurdwara was constructed, it was named after two martyrs. Gurdwara Shaheed Sukha Singh Mahtab singh is  situated in Hanumangarh District of Rajasthan. The Gurdwara is also called Shaheedan da Gurdwara. The gurdwara was made in 18th century. Here Jorh mela takes place every month on 'Amawasya day'. A huge building is there.




Temple of Dhuna Shri Gorakh Nathji:-

The Temple of Dhuna Shri Gorakh Nathji is situated about three kilometres from the railway station of Gogamedi. This temple is devoted to Lord Shiva along with his family, Goddess Kali, Shri Bhairuji and Shri Gorakh Nathji’s Dhuna. This temple was constructed by bricks, lime, cement and mortar and there is an image of Goddess Kali that is about three feet high and made of stone and the same height, there is an idol of Shri Bhairuji that is built of black stone.  This idol are all the statues of the entire family of Shiva.