The Nagaur District of Rajasthan is a administrative headquarter, including Basni Belima, Degana, Deh India, Didwana, Goredi Chancha, Jayal, Kuchman City, Kuchera, Ladnu, Makrana, Mandawara, Merta City, Mundwa, Nagaur, Nawa, Pabolav, Parbatsar and Sunari are among some cities and towns. The prominent cities of Nagaur District include city of Nagaur and Makrana. The major income sources of Nagaur city depends on Tourism Industries, while Makrana is known for its White Marble reserves and named after city as Makrana Marbles. The same marble is being used in construction of The Taj Mahal and The White House of USA. Nagaur district has most of its area covered with Thar Desert and a less than 20% of urban population, there are as many as 1589 villages in the district. The dialect used across district is Marwari. The district is still looking for establishment of big Industries so as to improve economy of many of its town and villages. Except that of Nagaur city and Makrana all other town lacks in economical growth. From tourism point of view Nagaur has much such historical architecture located in various parts of district. It includes Nagaur Fort, Ladnun a historical city of Old Chanderi Nagari, Khinvsar Fort, Dadhimati Temple at Jayal, Meera BAi Temple at Merta, Kuchaman Fort at Kuchman City and other such.
One of the oldest and most inaccessible forts of Rajasthan situated on top of a straight hill
Also known as the Charbhuja temple
Nagaur fort, centrally located, 2nd century old, witnessed many battles.
Situated 42 km away from Nagaur on the National Highway No. 65 towards Jodhpur
Also known as Goth-Manglod temple; 40 km away from Nagaur