The Hanumangarh locale was shaped on 12.7.1994 from the than Ganganagar area as the 31st region of Rajasthan state. Seven tehsils of Ganganagar regions of Bikaner division viz. Sangaria, Tibi, Hanumangarh, Pilibanga, Rawatsar, Nohar and Bhadra were incorporated into the recently made area of Hanumangarh. The region headquarters Hanumangarh is arranged on the bank of Ghaggar Stream which is the present type of the last legendary waterway Saraswati. Ghaggar Waterway, which is called as ‘Nali’ in neighborhood tongue separates the area headquarters into two sections. In the north of Ghaggar Waterway, Hanumangarh Town and in the south the residence of Hanumangarh Intersection is arranged. Hanumangarh Town is the principal focal point of business exercises and the various primary workplaces including the office of the area authority are arranged in Hanumangarh Town. Prior, Hanumangarh was the kingdom of ‘Bhati’ Rajputs. It was worked by Bhupat child of Bhati Ruler of Jaisalmer in 1295 Advertisement. Bhupat named it as ‘Bhatner’ in the memory of his dad. Shatner’s most extreme significance was because of its area on Delhi-Multan expressway. Dealers from Focal Asia, Sindh and Kabul used to make a trip to Delhi and Agra by means of Bhatner. In the year 1805, Suratsingh the Lord of Bikaner took control of Bhatner subsequent to crushing Bhatis. Since the day of triumph was Tuesday, the day owed to Master Hanuman so the name of Bhatner was kept as Hanumangarh. The area has its very own place from a chronicled and archaeological perspective. Unearthings at Kalibanga and Pallu have uncovered the old human advancements, which tell a change in periods. The area has more than 100 ‘Mounts’ where the remaining parts of antiquated human advancements have been covered. The towns/towns are resting under mounts because of monstrous damaging demonstrations of wonders. The exhuming in Kalibanga in 1951 demonstrates the nearness of the old human progress of Indus valley. In his ongoing exploration History, Dr. G.S.Devra has built up that the chronicled popular field of Tarain between Mohd. Gori and Prithviraj Chauhan was none other than the region of Talwara pool of Hanumangarh locale. The contemporary authors have portrayed Talwara lake as Mauj-e-Aab and Bhatner fortification as ‘Tavar Rear’ post.
The Bhatner Stronghold, also called the Hanumangarh Fortress, is situated on the banks of the Stream Gaggar in the focal point of Hanumangarh. It is five kilometers from Hanumangarh Intersection Railroad Station and 230 km north-east of Bikaner, in the outrageous northern piece of Rajasthan.
Accepted to be more than 1700 years of age, it is viewed as one of the most established Indian fortresses. The prior name of Hanumangarh was Bhatner that was once administered by the Bhatti Rajputs. In 295 Advertisement, Bhupat, child of Jaisalmer’s Best Bhatti manufactured this solid post. From that point forward, rulers like Timur, Ghaznavids, Prithviraj Chauhan, Akbar, Qutub-and-clamor Aybak and Rathores had caught this post.
The quality of this stronghold has been referenced in the life account composed by Timur called “Tuzuk-e-Timuri.” Even Mughal Sovereign Akbar portrayed this fortress in his book “Ain-I-Akbari”.
This stronghold remains in the way of intrusion of India from Focal Asia and had gone about as a solid blockade against assaults of the foes. At long last, in 1805, the Bhattis were vanquished at Bhatner by Bikaner’s Raja Surat Singh. Since this victory happened on Tuesday, which is considered as the day of Ruler Hanuman, the lord changed the name of Bhatner to Hanumangarh.
The Bhatner Fortification lays on to some degree lifted land with tremendous blockades. It has many transcending entryways encompassing the fortress and numerous huge adjusted bastions that remain at interims. While following the requests of the Mughal ruler, Rao Manohar Kachchawa raised another fantastic door of this post.
The whole establishment incorporates 52 kinds that were utilized to store water that would get the job done a gigantic unit for a year. All through the post, smoothly structured minarets were found that were supplanted when the fortification was redesigned.
Inside the post, there are numerous sanctuaries committed to Master Shiva and Ruler Hanuman. There are three statues, which bear engravings, and an old building called “Jain Pasara” is arranged inside the fortification.
This post has been for the most part prevalent for its power as after rehashed endeavors by different tribes no one but few could pick up command over this fortification. Maharaj Jai Singh of Bikaner caught this post in 1527, which was at long last caught by Surat Singh in 1805, in the wake of experiencing numerous extensions between the Kingdom of Bikaner and the Mughals.
There is additionally a tomb inside this post, where Sher Khan is kept. Sher Khan was the nephew of Sultan Ghiyasud-noise Balban (1266 – 1290) just as the Legislative leader of the Post.