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Hanumangarh to Banswara
Updated on : Oct 24, 2016 08:06 AM
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  • Sangam Sharma Travels Hanumangarh Banswara Rs.700 Sangam Sharma Travels operates 1 bus from Hanumangarh to Banswara with starting price of Rs.700. First bus starts at 05:00 PM and last bus at 05:00 PM.

About Hanumangarh

Hanumangarh is a small city in Rajasthan and is situated on the banks of River Ghaggar. The city is called as “The Punjab of Rajasthan” because of high Punjabi population in the town. The city doesn’t offer much interesting location to visit. However, there are few Gurudwaras and temples built in the city. Some of these are Gurudwara Sahib Sukha Singh, Gogameri Temple, Brahamaani Maata Temple and Bhadrakaali Maata Temple. There are also few historical places like Bhatner Fort and Kalibanga. One can also visit Kalibangan Archeological Museum which was established in 1983 and displays the material of excavation done here in 1961 and 1969. Hanumangarh is a pleasant place and is now under rapid development.

About Banswara

Banswara is a district in Rajasthan. The town is known as ‘City of Hundred Islands’ due to different islands spread in Mahi River. The culture and tradition followed in Banswara is tribal which is also being followed in other towns of Rajasthan. Banswara is also called as little Kashi, because there are 11 shivalingas. Natural beauty and ancient temples are spread across the district. Moreover, the district is famous for Baneshwar Fair; the biggest tribal fair celebrated in the month of February and is being witnessed by many tribal coming from other district. Other fairs celebrated are Ghotia Amba Fair, Paryushan and Mangarh. Some of the must visit locations here are: Talwara, Arthuna Temples, Jain Temples and few others.