This is the bess city for shopping outing and having fun with your family . All of the branded outlets are there . Good roads good hotels restaurants eating joint are present in the city also very easy to reach any place . Very well designex by some good engineers . Also this is a good sign of history and modern mixture . People here are very good and helping
Nice city having all facilities like good hotels, nice temples, a water park, branded restaurants like Domino's. Good environment good people lots of place to have fun a disco. This city is also known as food factory of Rajasthan there are many branded showrooms like US Polo Association, United colour of Benetton, Puma, Adidas, Nike, Duke Cantabil.
Sri Ganganagar is one of the districts of Bikaner region in the western state of Rajasthan. One of the largest districts of the state, along with the Great Thar desert, Sri Ganganagar is spread over an area of 11,154 sq km. The district shares its administrative boundary with Bikaner, Hanumangarh and Pakistan in the west.
Sri Ganganagar was named after the former ruler of Bikaner, Maharaja Ganga Singh. The emperor made attempts to develop his kingdom identical to the European kingdoms. Influenced by his planning and efforts, the region is well planned. Ganganagar as a separate entity came into existence in 1949, carved out of Bikaner District.
Sri Ganganagar is famed for its longest concrete lined canal, which was constructed in 1925 under the guidance of Maharaja Ganga Singh of Bikaner. The canal streamed excess water from Punjab and Himachal Pradesh to the desert, boosting production of crops such as wheat, mustard, cotton and citrus fruits. Owing to this, the region is also referred to as the food basket of Rajasthan.
Popular sightseeing attractions of the district include Hindumalkot, Anupagad ka Qila, Laila Majnu ki Majhar and Dada Pamparam Samadi. Besides, the religious centres such as Ram Mandir and Gauri Shankar Mandir are most frequented places around the district headquarters.
Ganganagar District is connected with the rest of the country by an extensive network of roadways and railways. Raja Sansi International Airport of Amritsar, situated at a distance of 218 km serves as an airbase to the region. Besides, the railhead of Ganganagar is connected with various destinations across India.
The climate of the region varies due to the desert in the vicinity. The ideal time to visit Sri Ganganagar is during the months of October and November due to pleasant weather.