September 18, 2021

6 Best Places to Visit in Sri Ganganagar

Sri Ganganagar

Top Tourist Attractions in Sri Ganganagar

Sri Ganganagar is a planned city in the Indian state of Rajasthan, located between the Indian and Pakistani Punjab borders as well as the international border between India and Pakistan. It is the administrative centre of the district of Sri Ganganagar.

Best Places to Visit in Sri Ganganagar

  1. Gurudwara Budhha Johad Sahib
  2. Bror Village
  3. Dada Pamparam’s Dera
  4. Laila Majnu Tomb
  5. Anoopgarh Fort
  6. Hindumalkot Border

Best Time to Sri Ganganagar


 How to Reach Sri Ganganagar

The city of Sri Ganganagar is well connected to the country’s major cities by train and road. However, the district lacks an airport, forcing residents to go to the state capital of Jaipur or neighbouring states for air travel.

By Air

Amritsar, Chandigarh, Delhi, and Jaipur are the closest airports. Amritsar’s Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport is 271 kilometres away by car and 360 kilometres away by rail.

By Rail

Bathinda is 127 kilometres away, Delhi is 424 kilometres away, Rewari is 427 kilometres away, Kalka is 397 kilometres away, Howrah is 1980 kilometres away, Haridwar is 485 kilometres away, Nanded is 1963 kilometres away, Firozpur is 184 kilometres away, Abohar is 50 kilometres away, Suratgarh is 60 kilometres away, Bikaner is 250 kilometres away, Kota is 700 kilometres away, and Jammu is 550 kilometres away. Suratgarh-Sriganganagar-Hanumangarh, a 127-kilometer route, was recently upgraded to wide gauge.

By Road

National Highway No. 15 goes from Sri Ganganagar to Sanchore and is well connected to all of Sri Ganganagar’s important regions. Many highways and private buses connect important cities in north India, including Delhi (431 kilometres), Jaipur (501 kilometres), Ajmer, Udaipur, Chandigarh, Jalandhar, Jodhpur (500 kilometres), Kota (Haryana), and Punjab. It is well connected by road to Mumbai, which is 1472 kilometres away.

Animesh Sharma

Animesh Sharma loves to travel to domestic and international places. He likes to explore unexplored and offbeat travel places in India and abroad.

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