Visiting Places:  The visiting places of Churu district are:
Salasar:           Famous Shri Hanumanji temple
Sardarsahar:    Ichapuran Balaji temple
Tal Chapper:    Wildlife sanctuary with a good population of Black bucks.
Ratannagar:    Wall painting and Havelies
Gopalpura:      Also called Dronpur is 9 km from Sujangarh. On the hill top there temples of Ganeshji and Kaka Mata.
Sthanan Temple:  There is a famous temple of Sthanan, 3 Km from Ratangarh on Ratangarh-Salasar road.
Churu:            Famous for Havelies and Dharma Stupa  

The district bird is
(the national bird) 
is peacock.


Salasar houses the famous Balaji Temple which attracts a large number of devotees from all over India. Shri Hanumanji, the famous Hindu deity of vigour and loyality,  having been pleased by the devotion and worship of Shri Mohan Das Mahraj, appeared in the form of a statue on Saturday, Shrawan Sukla Navami, V.S. 1811 at Asota village. The statue was brought to Salasar where the temple was built. Later, the devotees added more buildings to the main temple. Two large fairs are held on Chaitra(April) and Ashwin purnimas(October) every year. Lacs of devotees from all over the country and abroad come and offer their wish before the great Hanumanji  in the temple and have Darshan of Shri Balaji throughout the year.



Talchhapar Sanctuary is situated in Churu district of North-Western Rajasthan and is famous for endangered black-buck. Other wild animals found in the sanctuary are chinkara, fox, juangle cat, rojra along with many resident and migratory birds. It lies on the way of migratory pass of many birds and therefore it is also popular with bird lovers. Talchhapar, actually a flat saline depression, has a unique ecosystem. Talchhapar area was a game reservoir for the erstwhile Maharaja of Bikaner State and was declared a reserved area for the protection of wild animals and birds in the year 1962. Total area of Talchhapar Sanctuary is 719 hectare. The sanctuary area is mostly covered by grasses with a very few and sparse trees of Khejri, Salvadora, Ber, Ker and Neem. Main grasses found in the area are Sewan, Doob, Dhaman Lampla, Lana and Moth etc. The area gives a lush green look during rainy season but again dries up during summer season. 


A group of handsome painted havelis built by two prominent Oswal Jain merchant families, the Kothari and Surana clans. Amongst them are ‘Malji Ka Kamra’ (Malji’s Haveli), an exotic stucco extravagaza built by Malaji Kothari around 1925 and the massive Surana Double Haveli, said to boast 1111 windows and doors built in the 1870s.

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