Nohar is a city in Rajasthan and is just 9 km from the district capital Hanumangarh. The town generally faces a shortage of rainfall and summers are characterised by sand storms. Nohar is located close to the state of Haryana and therefore the language spoken by the locals is influenced by Haryanvi. The people in this area are influenced by Rajasthani and Punjabi cultures.
Places to Stay
There are several budget-friendly hotels around Nohar. Some of them include Narang Hotel and Restaurant (Tariff – Rs. 1500), Aadarsh Hotel and Rajvi Palace hotel.
The official language of Nohar is Hindi. However, the Rajasthani dialect of Bagri is widely spoken here.
The important festivals of Nohar include Holi (in February-March) and the Gangaur festival that follows it.
Places of Interest
There are few places that can be considered as tourist attractions in Nohar. Some of these include the Brahmaani Maata temple (80 km from Nohar),Bhadarkaali Maata temple and Kalibanga.
How to Get There
The airport nearest to Nohar is the Hisar airport which is located about 110 km away from the town.
Nohar is well-connected with Jaipur, Rewari, Sriganganagar, Anupgarh and Sadulpur.
There are daily bus services to Hanumangarh (9 km from Nohar), Hisar (110 km from Nohar), Rohtak (203 km from Nohar) and Delhi (265 km from Nohar.). Book bus tickets online from the confines of your home or office without any hassle.