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Napasar

Napasar
City
Napasar
Napasar
Location in Rajasthan, India

Coordinates: 27°57′56″N 73°33′35″E / 27.96556°N 73.55972°E / 27.96556; 73.55972Coordinates: 27°57′56″N 73°33′35″E / 27.96556°N 73.55972°E / 27.96556; 73.55972

Country
State Rajasthan
District Bikaner
Government
 • Body Nagar Palika
Languages
 • Official Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 334201
Telephone code 91–151
Vehicle registration RJ07
Nearest city Bikaner
Sex ratio 955/1000 /
Literacy 90%%
Lok Sabha constituency Bikaner
Vidhan Sabha constituency Lunkaransar
Civic agency Nagar Palika
Climate Hot,cold and normal (Köppen)

Napasar is a town located in the Bikaner district in the Indian state of Rajasthan.[1]

Napasar was established as a 'co-city' by the contemporary King of the Bikaner state: Maharaja Bikaji and Napaji Sankhala. Napasar is a well-established and well managed city. The nearest city is Bikaner, which is kilometers away. It is connected to the NWR Bikaner railway station and NH 11, which is 12 kilometres outside of the town. Napasar is older than Bikaner. Most of the population of Napasar belongs to the Pareek, Brahman, and Maheshwari Castes. The native language is Marwari .

Napasar has industries which manufacture woolen Shawls, Cotton Chaddars,textiles, tiles,PVC, timber, food processing BHUJIA & PAPAD etc. Textile Industry is grooming industry in Napasar also with cotton Products Manufacturing.People are busy with farming activities and investing, which is beneficial for the city as they are able to produce enough food for both the local market and to feed others. Main sites of attraction in the town include: ·Maa Bhadra Kali temple Pareem Chowk ·GANESH Temple (at Deshnok road) ·Ved Vidhyalaya (Sanskrit Pathshala) ·DURGA MATA Temple (known as Soniya ri Bagichi) ·Hanuman Dhora (A Hanuman Temple on dunes) ·Laxminath Ji Temple (its land was given by the forefathers of late) ·Shri Chogmal Ji Jhawar) ·Maheshwari Bhawan ·Karni Mata Temple ·Sai Baba Temple (Napasar – Sinthal Road) ·Gopal Ji Temple (in Mudhara Mohalla) ·Hanuman Vatika ·Hanuman Temple (known as Bangli) ·a holy Talaab known as PANDRIYA TALAYI nearby Ancient Shiv Temple

There is a famous Gaosala named "Sant Sri SevaRam Ji Gaosala," located near the Police Station and Coutina Kuwan (which has the sweetest water in the Bikaner area). The more famous places of Napasar are Nehru chowk, Gandhi chowk, Main Market, Teen Thamba, Jhawaro Ki Gawad, and all different Gawad and Chowk.

There is a amazing fact relates to Napasar "Every road in Napasar which connects to other cities has trees on the sides." Which is managed by local business groups. It also has a branch of Aadrash Vidhya Mandir School.

In the past, Most of the people in Napasar had their businesses in Kolkata (WB) in textiles or sarees. In the last few years, people of this town have started moving across the nation while mainly having their businesses in Surat (Gujarat).

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