Sujangarh is a city in the Churu District of the Shekhawati Region in Rajasthan. Located on the Ambala- Pali Highway (NH-65) and Hanumangarh-Kishangarh Mega Highway, Sujangarh is 150 km from Bikaner, 200 km from Jaipur, and 360 km from Delhi. As per 2001 Census, the total population of Sujangarh was 385069, where Males formed 51% and Women formed 49% of it. A centre of silver and gold jewellery manufacturing, Sujangarh is known for its Havelis, temples, and 18th century forts.
Places to Stay
Sujangarh is a small village and hence does not have many hotels nearby. However, local home stays are available. Few budget hotels such as Fouji Guest House (Tariff - Rs. 700), Rathore Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 750), and Lunia Guest House (Tariff – Rs. 800), are located a little far away from Sujangarh in Churu District.
The official language of Sujangarh is Rajasthani. Hindi is also spoken here.
Some of the major local festivals of Sujangarh include Hanuman Jayanti in April, Navratri in October, and Dussehra in October.
Places of Interest
Natho Talab (1 km), Zannat-ul Firdosh (1 km), Chhapar (14 km), Salasar Balaji Temple (25 km), and Gandhi Chowk (62 km) are some famous tourist spots near Sujangarh.
How to Get There
Jaipur International Airport (208 km) and Jodhpur Airport (240 km) are the nearby airports to Sujangarh.
Sujangarh has its own railway station located within the city.
Sujangarh is connected through various bus operators to places such as Bharuch, Baroda, Jodhpur, Surat, and Udaipur districts. Kalpana Travels, Maruti Travels, Chandra Travels, and Chirag Travels are a few good bus operators connecting to Sujangarh at affordable bus tariffs. Book a bus ticket in advance and travel without any hassle to any destination in India.