Nokha is a town and a municipality in the Bikaner district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Nokha was established as a krishi mandi (market) by the contemporary king of Bikaner state Maharaja Ganga Singh. The region is famous for Jambo Ji - Samrathal and Mukti Dham Mukam, Bishnoi Temple. In 1951, the population was estimated to be 4557, which increased to 86,790 in 2010. The current population is estimated at nearly 120,000. According to the 2011 census, the literacy rate is 76.67%, which is higher than the state average of 66.11%. Male literacy is around 85.63% while the female literacy rate is 67.03%. NOKHA known as a largest MothMandi in ASIA its awarded on national stage for "CLEAN INDIA MISSION" and its known on global stage in industrial sector.
It is situated on National High-Way 89 (Bikaner- Indore) and is connected to railway also (Bikaner-Jodhpur broad gauge). Mangilal Bagari Govt. College Nokha,established in 1996, is the result of the benevolence of the magnanimous Seth Shree Mangi Lal Ji Bagari of Nokha. The college is situated at the Industrial-area, Bikaner-road in Nokha . Spread in 25 beeghas, the building is an outstanding example of the modern architecture. The college was shifted to its present building in 1997-98. College is affiliated to Maharaja Ganga Singh University Bikaner and offers three years degree UG and PG courses in Arts, Science and Commerce.
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