State bank of India and its associated banks Oriental bank of commerce Punjab national bank canara bank Axis bank Hdfc Bank
Rajasthan Marudhra Gramin Bank
At the time of the India census in 2011, Sangaria had a population of 1,22,524. Males 64,424 of the total population and females 58,100. Sangaria has an average literacy rate of 56.34, lower than the state average of 67.06%. Male literacy was 64.40% and female literacy was 47.41%. In Sangaria, 12.09% of the population was under the age of 6 years.
Tehsils include 26 Gram Panchayats, 188 villages and 177 developed villages.
The Sir Chotu Ram Memorial Museum is situated at Sangaria, 25 km (16 mi) from the district headquarters.
Many clay, stone and metal statues and old coins collected from different parts of the country have been exhibited at the museum. Of special interest to visitors are the statue of Parvati dating from between 600 and 900 AD, the statue of Tirthankar Shantinath from the 15th century, a toran from the 17th century and a kamandalu of 5.5' height. Most beautiful and peaceful place in sangaria is "Kali Mata Temple" and "Kaal Bharav Temple". All the 21st floors of the temple make by a "Sant. Shital das Ji", the follower of the "Udaasin Panth" of Sanatan Dharm. Udaasin Panth is the branch of the Sanatan Dharma originate by Lord Guru Nanak Dev elder son Baba Shri chand Bhagwan.
Most beautiful and peaceful place in sangaria is "Kali Mata Temple" and "Kaal Bharav Temple". All the 21st floors of the temple make by a "Sant. Shital das Ji", the follower of the "Udaasin Panth" of Snaatan Dharm. Udaasin Panth is the branch of the Snaatan Dharma originate by Lord Guru Nanak Dev elder son Baba Shri chand Bhagwan. One Of The Most Popular Area In Sangaria Is Maharaja Aggarsain Park, situated in Gupta Colony, ward 04.
sangaria is the one of the fully developed area of rajasthan. Sangaria, situated at 29°5′N to 30°6′N and 74°3′E to 75°3′E, shares its boundaries with Haryana state to the east, Sriganganagar district to the west, Punjab state to the north and Churu district to the south. The geographical area of the district is 9,656.09 km2 (3,728 sq mi). The climate of the district is semi-dry, extremely hot during the summer and extremely cold during winter. The maximum average temperature varies between 18 and 48 °C and the minimum averages between 0 and 28 °C. The average rainfall during the year is 225 to 300 mm
Due to numerous education institutes, Sangaria has a reputation as the educational hub of northern Rajasthan. It has 7 colleges. Total students studying in Sangaria on 7 September 1994 were 6487. Sangaria has 43 RSEB affiliated schools. Mostly the education is in Hindi but there are an increasing number of English schools as well.
Before the year 1900, there was a battalion of soldiers of the then princely state of Bikaner to protect the north eastern boundary on the site of the present Sangaria town, which was then known as ‘Sangar’, and this is the origin of the town's name. In 1901-02 the Bikaner state railway line was extended from Hanumangarh to Bhatinda. At that time there were few people living close by so the railway station was called ‘Chautala Road’ after the name of the village Chautala situated in Haryana at a distance of 6 km (4 mi) from here. From that time onward people settled in the area. The State Government sanctioned an agricultural mandi here during the early twentieth century. The area was barren and there was no drinking water supply so water was transported by railway from Hanumangarh town and then supplied to each house.
Ancient history reveals that this area was part of the nearly 5000 years old Indus Valley Civilization. The remains of human skeletons, unknown scripts, stamps, coins, utensils, jewellery, toys, statues, wells, bathrooms, forts, streets and markets found in the course of excavations tell the story of the well developed life style of the people of the region.
In early days Sangariya was popular for its Gangaur mela (fair) for the sale and purchase of animals such as camels, oxen, cows, buffaloes, goats, sheep, donkeys and horses.
It was also well known at one time for its herds of billy goats, hence Sangaria was called Bokawali (a village of billy goats) or Boak Mandi (a place to sell and buy billy goats).
On 9 August 1917 a retired subedar Chaudhary Bahadur Singh Bhobia of the village Bidangkhera started the ‘Jat Anglo Indian School’ with the purpose of spreading education in rural areas. Swami Keshwanand was made director of Jat School Sangaria in 1932 when the school was about to close for want of funds. He went from village to village and to the sethi of the desert region who were in Calcutta and far off places and collected funds. He became instrumental in starting hundreds of schools in the desert region. The Jat School Sangaria was renamed as Gramothan Vidyapith, Sangaria in 1948. Swami Keshwanand remained connected with the Gramothan Vidyapith, Sangaria (Rajasthan) (1932–1952).Swami Keshwanand College of Arts, Science and commerce is the unit of Swami Keshwanand Shikshan Sansthan. Its aims to be an institution of excellence, dedicated to producing leaders of the future.To provide an environment in which every student discovers and realizes his full potential. To attract the best talent - students, teachers and facilitators - from all parts of India without distinction of race, religion, caste, or social status.Simrinder Singh did his graduation from the same college in the year 2002. Swami Keshwanad developed here a beautiful museum with a collection of rare documents, ancient items, paintings etc. brought from various places. Large-scale tree planting were undertaken in this arid area with the help of people and students of the Institute. Gramothan Vidyapith, Sangaria has become a center of inspiration for educationists from India and abroad.
Area's Popular Leader Mr.Madan Gupta is Also Graduate From Here