Shri Ganganagar is the northern-most and a planned city of the Indian state of Rajasthan situated near the borders of Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab states and the international border of India and Pakistan. Desert land was converted to a green town by the efforts of Maharaja Ganga Singh, who brought the Gang canal. Which carries the excess waters of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh to the region, making Ganganagar district known as "the food basket of Rajasthan"The economy of the city is based on agriculture, its main crops are wheat, mustard and cotton. Other crops are guar, bajra, sugar cane and grams. Punjabi and Bagri cultures dominate the district. Majorly followed religion here is Hinduism followed by Sikhism due to its vicinity with Punjab. The city has been a center of learning since s early ages. This city has a large proportion of land which is dedicated to educational institutes. There are various Notable educational institutions in the city. Though the industrial scenario of the district is witnessing rapid change toward growth and the position is fast improving towards adequacy, but still there are some constraints and hurdles which create trouble for industries. Many Tourist attractions also available in the city, Healthcare facilities are also well established in Sri Ganganagar district.
A great electricity production project.
Anoopgarh Fort is a ruin in the city of Anoopgarh. It was built by Anoop Singh Rathore.
Laila-Majnu ki Mazar (tomb), Binjaur village is situated near Anoopgarh City.
Historical Gurudwara Buddha Johad.