Sri Ganganagar District is a northern most district of Rajasthan state in western India. The town of Sri Ganganagar is the district headquarter. Earlier Sri Ganganagar District was a part of Bikaner State and is named after the King of Bikaner, Maharaja Ganga Singh. Because of a significant Punjabi population this place is also known as 'The Punjab of Rajasthan' . It is also the 'breadbasket of Rajasthan'.
|Headquater||Sri Ganganagar Town|
Sri Ganganagar district is located in north Rajasthan. It is sorrounded by Hanumangarh district in the east, Bikaner district on the south, Bahawalnagar district of the Pakistani Punjab on the west and by panjab on the north.
The climate of Sri Ganganagar varies to an great extent. The tempreture varies from 50°C in summer to 0°C in winter.
Nearest airports to Sri Ganganagar is Amritsar which is 354 Kms by road. It is well connected by road and railaways to other part of Rajasthan and India.