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Shabbashh.... !!
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Dr. S. K. Jetly received "Rashtriya Rattan Award" by Governer of Rajasthan Mr. S. K. Singh
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Suratgarh....a small but well developed town. This town comes under Sriganganagar district in Rajasthan state of western India........ It's a testimony to land transformation: Desert land was converted to a lush green town credited to the efforts of the Maharaja who bought the Rajasthan canal which carries the excess waters of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh to the region, making Ganganagar known as "the food basket of Rajasthan"
Geography: Latitude:29.32N, Longitude:73.9E, Altitude(meters):167
There is something special about people of this area which you will notice immediately - simplicity. You might come across a rich man but you will hardly find any attitude or show off tendency....they are down to earth people and they realy mean it....They love to loves to eat sweets, Kadi (made with onions) and kinnus....!!

Youth of this city...as normally guys do...used to wear jeans, t-shirts but if we look around some old people...they like white pyjama-kurta.


In this whole (Sriganganagar) region, you will find people dressed in white and very often, carrying a gun. Most of the families in this area are descendants of erstwhile landlords so guns are considered as a sign of power. Although there are so many firearms around, there are hardly any gunfights. That is because most of the people keep these things as a sign of pride rather than a means of muscle-wielding.

So on a cold evening,if you see the people in next jeep(a utility vehicle) with a guns, no need to panic. Ask them for the nearest eating outlet and no wonder if they offer you a cup of tea themselves. .

Suratgarh is almost 400 Km away from both Delhi and Jaipur.
If you are coming from Delhi, then you can take Awadh-Aasam train which leave old delhi railway station at 4:45 PM. Beside that, there are many private bus service there like kataria Travels,Chandra etc. They provide both sleeper and non sleeper buses. If you are coming by your own vehicle then the route through various city will be:
Delhi >> Rohtak >>Hisar >>Sirsa >>Hanumangarh >>Suratgarh.

If you are coming from Jaipur, then the route will be:
Jaipur >> Chomu >> Sikar >> Ratangarh >> Sardarshahar >> Pallu >> Arjansar >> Suratgrah

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