Bagar History: Bagar or Baggar or Bagad is a town of Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan, the identity of this town is directly related with the Piramals, Maheshwaris, Kanodias and Rungtas. Yes, Piramals originated from this small town Bagar and now settled in the bigger cities for their business requirements. The town is now an educational hub with many colleges and schools built by the Baniya community as philanthropic initiatives taken by them. The village has a sizable Rajput population as well.
Piramal Haveli Bagar: The fresco rich Piramal Haveli is now converted in to a heritage hotel by Neemrana group of hotels. The Piramal Haveli is a grand mansion built by Piramals for residential purpose, but the same is now converted as a heritage hotel as most of the family members are busy in their businesses in other cities. An annual Gangaur festival procession by the Rajput community is another attraction of Bagar.
Other Attractions of Bagar:
- Fateh Sagar Water Tank
- Rungta Haveli
- Rungta Dharmashala
- Miya Saheb ki Dargah
Education in Bagar: Bagar has many schools and colleges, to name a few B L School, Piramals School, Chavo Veero School and College etc. These institutes are reputed ones in the region for educational purpose. There are more than 30 Schools and Colleges operating from this small town of Shekhawati. The incoming number of students also changed the population graph of Bagar rapidly. As a need many hostels mushroomed on every nook and corner.
Location of Bagar: Bagar is near to Chirawa town and the district headquarters of Jhunjhunu. Railways are not directly passing through the town but one can take the same from Chirawa, Ratansahar or Jhunjhunu. IGI New Delhi and Jaipur international Airports are equidistant from the town.
The climate of Bagar is at par with other towns of Shekhawati, summers are relatively very hot but winters are on cooler side. The weather is overall bearable.
Pabu Ji Dham: There is a shrine of Pabu Ji Maharaj in Baggar , which is center of faith and belief for thousands of devoted Bhaktas. It is believed that a visit to this sacred place heals many diseases and fulfill wishes of the visitors. This shrine is popular with the name of Pabu Ji Dham or Kua Dham (Well).