Bhadra is a city and a municipality in Hanumangarh district in the state of Rajasthan, India. The railroad station name is Tehsil Bhadra. Bhadra in conversational Marwari a lingo of Hindi signifies "The City of Grace". This name originates from the stream Raslana Vithrika bhadra. Bhadra was established by Bhadrak Community on the sangam of Varshvati and Swarnabhadra waterways which was a Janpad/Gantantra. Bhadra's history can be followed from the season of Mahabharata where it was said that Bhadra is in Kurupradesh. Jats in the wake of being crushed by Mohmed Gazni in the year 1027 came to Jangalpradesh and reconstructed Bhadra.
The town is very much associated through a railroad on the Sri Ganganagar-SadulpurRajgarh- Jaipur line, and through state thruways to Hisar and Sirsa in the neighboring territory of Haryana. The principle cricket stadium in the city, Govt.College Ground has a seating limit of 3,185 and has facilitated State and District cricket or Football matches. Indoor Stadium, and Railway Cricket Ground are the other brandishing zones in the city. Bhadra showcase is celebrated for garments and materials, which are foreign from haryana. Primary market is situated close Murti chowk. There are in excess of 3000 shops in the market.