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Nangal Chaudhary

Nangal Chaudhary, a village, is the block headquarters of Mahendragarh District in Haryana. Placed near Narnaul (25 km away), it is in the southern part of the district and borders the districts of Alwar, Sikar and Jaipur of Rajasthan.

Nangal Chaudhary is noted for its sand dunes and desert lands. Prominent of the landmark is a dilapidated Haveli, whose history dates back to 500 years. Limestone is found here in abundant in the surrounding areas of the Krishnawati River and Dostpur village.

Sainis, a farming community, is the prime inhabitants here. They celebrate Gugga Naumi, a religious festival related to snake worship. Rabari and Lassi along with Bajra roti and butter are their main food.

The village is 22 km from the National Highway 8, which connects New Delhi with Jaipur.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Mahendragarh

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