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Nagaur is a desert town of historical significance. It is the chief town of the district of the same name in Jodhpur Division. It was known as Ahichhatrapur. It was the capital of Jangaldesh. Nagas originally ruled over this place and about 7th century onwards the Chauhans became the overlords of Nagaur and it was included in Sapadalaksha. Later on Nagaur remained under the control of the Muslim Sultans and Rathore rulers of Jodhpur. Nagaur was granted to the famous warrior Amar Singh Rathore by emperor Shahjahan.

Nagaur District Climate

Nagaur climate reach to its extremity as hot and dry in summers and very cold in winters. Maximum temperature in summer reaches to 47 C and sand storms are very common for Nagaur. Minimum temperature dips to 5 C in winters.


Nagaur Fort: Centrally located; 2nd century old; witnessed many battles; lofty walls & spacious campus; having many palaces & temples inside.

Tarkeen Dargah: Most renowned after the Ajmer Dargah; sacred place for Muslims & Sufis.

Jain Temple in Glass: Lofty structure of glass; sacred place for the Jain community.

Saiji ka Tanka: Samadhi of a renowned saint, inspires the liberation of the soul with simplicity & truthfulness; a symbol of communal harmony.

Other Places: Cenotaph of Amar Singh Rathore, Bansiwala Temple, Nath Ji ki Chhatri, Barli.

How to Reach

Air  - The nearest airport is Jodhpur (135 kms), Jaipur (293 kms).

Rail - Nagaur is connected with Jodhpur, Bikaner & Delhi Jaipur via Merta Road.

Bus - Regular buses operate from Nagaur to Ajmer, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Jaipur & Delhi.