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Barmer is a district of western Rajasthan state, Barmer is the second largest district of Rajasthan. District headquarters is in the town of Barmer. he name Barmer is derived from the ruler Bahada Rao Parmar (Panwar) or Bar Rao Parmar (Panwar) who is said to have founded the town in the 13th century, when it was named Bahadamer
Barmer was a beehive of activity till a few centuries ago, and a number of important kingdoms flourished at various times in the district during the medieval age. The chief principalities of Barmer at the time were Khed, Kiradu, Pachpadra, Jasol, Tilwara, Sheo, Balotara and Mallani. It was the Panwara clan which had strong links with the Solanki dynasty of Gujarat, whose sphere of influence extended right across the Barmer region at the time. Later they wrested Mandore, which was the former capital of Jodhpur and held it for a while. Meanwhile, Khed and Mallani districts were captured by the Guhil Rajputs who were ruling over Mewar at the time.
In 1212AD Rao Siha, founder of the Rathore clan, conquered Khed in Barmer district and planted the Rathore flag in the area. The region was regained by the Guhil Rajput Pratap Singh, but was later reclaimed by the Rathore Rao Asthan. Not much is known about the history of Barmer for a while after that until a ruler Tribhuvansi ascended the throne, which led to fratricidal feud with his cousin Mallinath. The ambitious Mallinath (after whom the town of Mallani was later named) sought the assistance of the Sultanate ruling at Delhi at the time and defeated Tribhuvansi’s army in 1374
|Coordinates||24,58’ to 26, 32’N Latitudes and 70, 05’ to 72, 52’ E Longitudes|
|Time zone||UTC/GMT +5:30 hours|
|• Elevation||28,387 square kilometres (10,960 sq mi|
A tiny yet lively town in sun-drenched sands, Barmer is a miniature Rajasthan with all its colour, warmth and tradition. According to historical records, the 13th century founder of the district, Bahada Rao (popularly known as Bar Rao) gave the town its name Barmer, i.e., the hill fort of Bar.Once called Mallani in 12thcentury A.D., the present Barmer district, formed in 1949 upon the merger of Jodhpur state in the United States of Great Rajasthan, is a cluster of ancient paraganas Mallani Shiv, Pachpadra, Siwana and the Chohatan area. Although a barren land with harsh climate and rough terrain, Barmer is known for its rich crafts, dances and music. Once on the ancient camel trade route, the town is now the centre for wood carving, pottery, carpets, intricate embroidery work, block printed fabrics and multi-hued traditional costumes. Especially famous are the geometric ajrak prints in dark shades of red and blue, idea for protection against the sun.The most interesting part of a trip to Barmer is the journey through rural Rajasthan. The small villages with mud-walled houses decorated with delicate folk motifs and colorfully attired people on the way offer a fascinating sight.Every day in March, the desert town is at its colourful best during the exuberant Barmer festival. The festival is the best time to plan a visit to Barmer.
Barmer is located in the western part of the state forming a part of the Thar Desert. The district borders Jaisalmer district in the north,
Jalore district in the south, Pali district and Jodhpur district in the east, and Pakistan in the west.The total area of the district is 28,387 square kilometres (10,960 sq mi).The district is located between 24,58’ to 26, 32’NLatitudes and 70, 05’ to 72, 52’ E Longitudes.The longest river in the district is the Luni. It is 480 km in length and drain into the Gulf of Kutch passing through Jalore. The variation in temperature in various seasons is quite high. In summers the temperature soars to 46 °C to 51 °C. In winters it drops to 0°C (41 °F). Primarily Barmer district is a desert where average rainfall in a year is 277 mm. However, extreme rainfall of 549 mm rain between 16 August and 25 August 2006 left many dead and huge losses due to flood in a nearby town Kawas and whole town submerged. As many as twenty new lakes formed, with six covering an area of over 10 km².
The place generally experiences a barren climate for most part of the year. Summer temperatures are extreme and conditions can be unbearable. The best time to visit the place is from October to March. Winters are mild and this is the peak tourist season. The area is generally drought prone and rainfall is not extensive.
The summer season is from the month of March to May. Temperatures can reach a maximum of 46°C during the month of May. Visiting during the months of April and May is not advisable due to the harsh conditions. The lowest temperature during this period is generally around 23°C.
Rainfall is very limited in this region and the place remains dry even during the monsoon months. However the place experiences abnormal rainfall in certain years due to low depressions. Rainfall is generally from the South West Monsoon.
The months of October and November are pleasant and are the start of the tourist season. Winters in the city are not as harsh as other places in the state and the temperatures range from a minimum of 10°C and can rise up to a maximum of 36°C. January is usually the coldest month of the year.
The nearest Domestic Airport is Jodhpur Airport, roughly three and half hour drive from Barmer. Jodhpur Airport is well connected to New Delhi and Mumbai. The nearest International Airport is Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, Ahmedabad, roughly 375 Kms from Barmer. The Airport is well connected with major cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Pune and Ahmedabad and is also connected with Bangalore, Hyderabad, Madras and Jaipur, Mumbai, Delhi, and Pune.
Barmer is 68 Kms from Sindari, 87 Kms from Tilwara, 159 Kms from Jaisalmer, 207 Kms from Jodhpur, 239 Kms from Palanpur, 355 Kms from Udaipur, and is connected through Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (RSRTC) and some private travel services.
Location Distance Time
Barmer to Jaipur 530 KM 7 hrs.
Barmer to Jaisalmer 159 KM 2 hrs.
Barmer to Jodhpur 203 KM 3 hrs.
Barmer has its own Railway Station named as Barmer Railway Station which is connected by numerator conjecture rail to the major city of the state and other cities like Jalore, Jaipur, Agra, Munawa in Pakistan, Delhi, Kalka, Haridwar and Guwahati through Ghy Bme Bkn Express, Dli Jsm Express, Hw Bme Link Express and Klk Bme Express.