Best Tourist Season (November – March)
Airport: Nearest Airport is at Jodhpur 141 km, Jaipur 250 km, Udaipur 373 km
Railway: Nagaur is linked by rail with Bikaner (112 km), Merta (78 km), Phalodi (68 km).
Road: Ahmedabad 631 km, Ajmer 149 km, Bikaner 112 km, Delhi 456 km, Jhunjhunu 226 km, Jodhpur 141 km, Jajpur 250 km, Pushkar 134 km, Sikar 172 km, Sri Ganganagar 363 km, Udaipur 373 km.

Nagaur – a city in Rajasthan state, India. An administrative headquarters of Nagaur District. Nagaur was founded by the Naga Kshatriyas and the city lies about midway between Jodhpur and Bikaner.
Nagaur is the fifth largest district in Rajasthan state.

Nagaur is located at 27.2°N 73.73°E
Average elevation of 302 mtrs (990 feet)
Its geographical spread is a good combine of plain, hills, sand mounds & as such it’s a part of great Indian Thar Desert.

Nagaur is 17,718 sq km

Nagaur has dry climate with a hot summer and sand storms are common in summer.
March to June are the hottest months in Nagaur.
Rainy season is very short during July to mid September. In Nagaur district, there are ten raingage stations – Nagaur, Khinvsar, Didwana, Merta, Parbatsar, Makarana, Nawa, Jayal, Degana & Ladnun.
Winter season is from mid November to beginning of March, which is best time for tourism.

Nagaur has a population of 3,309,234 (as of 2011 India census)
Male 51%
Female 49%
Literacy rate 64.08%

Sightseeing in Nagaur
Nagaur Fort – Sandy Fort
Ladnun – historical city of Old Chanderi Nagari and tourism site.

Dadhimati Mata Temple – also known as Goth Manglod, 40 km from Nagaur.
Khinvsar Fort – 42 km away from Nagaur.
Meera Bai Temple (Merta) – also known as Charbhuja Temple, 400 yrs old. 78 km from Nagaur.
Bhuwal Mata Temple – 25 km from Merta City
Kuchaman Fort – the oldest and most inaccessible forts of Rajasthan
Makrana – a treasure trove of marble. Marble from Makrana used in Taj Mahal & Victoria Memorial