Nagaur is a city in the territory of Rajasthan in India. It is the regulatory central station of Nagaur District. The Nagaur city lies about halfway among Jodhpur and Bikaner. The Nagaur Fort is of authentic significance. Nagaur stronghold is the fortress worked by the antiquated Kshatriya Rajput of India. The first creator of the stronghold is Naagvansi Rajput Kshatriya, the part of Nagavanshi Ikshvaku Vans. Today, the present type of Nagaur post is seen by Rajdhiraj Bakht Singh ji Rathore.
The Rajput rulers commanded Nagaur for a more extended period. Nagaur ruler were over and over compelled to pay tribute to the Sisodias of Chittor while their territories were gradually attached by the Rathors of Jodhpur. Truth be told the instance of Nagaur strikingly delineates the turning back of the tide of Islamic victories in Rajputana in the fourteenth and fifteenth Centuries. Nagaur, north to Bikaner, and up to the fringe of Punjab, was called Jangladesh in antiquated occasions.
The remaining parts of a portion of the most punctual settlements along the banks of the since quite a while ago became scarce Saraswati River can be seen right up 'til the present time in a later age it went under the Naagvanshi Rajput faction rulers after whom the town of Nagaur is named. Raja Takshak Nag's relative Tak, which is as yet found in town Bhadwasi of degana tehsil of Nagaur. The name of Jangladesh was known till a late period.