The area of the modern Sri Ganganagar district was part of the princely state of Bikaner. Along with the rest of Bikaner, the area under Nizamat in Sri Ganganagar entered the formation of Rajasthan. Ganganagar was appointed to District Headquarters on March 30, 1949. Sri Ganganagar was founded by Maharaja Ganga Singh. It was part of the province of Bikaner. Sri Ganganagar, one of India's first well-planned modern cities, is said to have been influenced by Paris' city planning. It is divided into commercial areas, including a block of apartments and Dan Mandi (agricultural market).
Sri Ganganagar is famous for its wheat, mustard, cotton, vajra, sugar cane and gram products.
The total area of this area is 11154 km2.
There are a total of 10 districts in this district.
There are about 3018 villages in the district.
There are a total of 16 cities in the district.
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