Ganganagar District in Rajasthan
is famous for its rich cultural heritage. It is bounded by Bikaner District
in the south, Hanumangarh District
in the east, and the state of Punjab
in the north. The western side forms border with Pakistan. Ganganagar has a total area of 20,634 sq km.
Ganganagar is a market for grain, oilseed, vegetables, sheep, and cattle. Leather goods are made and sugar is refined. Suratgarh and
Baropal are the major places to visit.