Sri-Ganganagar District is situated in the northern region of Rajasthan. The district covers an area of about 11,154 sq km and shares its boundary with Hanumangarh, Bikaner and Pakistan. It derives its name from Maharaja Ganga Singh, the former Emperor of Bikaner.
Some of the major attractions of this district are the Hindumalkot Border, Ram Mandir, Gauri Shankar Mandir, Anupgad ka Quila and Gurudwara Sri Budha Johar Shahab and Birbal Chowk.
Gurudwara Sri Budha Johar Shahab is popular as this is the site where Massa Rangarh’s (a Muslim invader) head was kept by Bhai Sukha and Mehtab Singh. These two brothers were among the founders of the Sikh community in Rajasthan.
Sri Jagdamba Anand Vidhalaya is known for organising activities for people with disabilities. The Suratgarh Super Critical Thermal Power Station is another popular tourist spot. It is the foremost super thermal power station of the Rajasthan.
Sri-Ganganagar is also famous for having the longest canal, built in 1925. This canal brings water from Himachal Pradesh and Punjab to the deserts of Rajasthan for irrigation.
Balaji Dham, a temple dedicated to Shri Balaji, is another prominent tourist attraction. The Durga Mandir, Hanuman Mandir, Baror, Sukharia Circle, Gol Bazaar and Shivpuri Kagad are few other tourist sites.