Bagra, Marwar - Facts

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Latitude 25.2000°, Longitude 72.5833°, Altitude 501 feet
Lat (DMS) 25° 12' N, Long (DMS) 72° 35' E, Altitude 152 meters

The town's railway station is Marwar Bagra and is on the Samdari-Bhildi section of North Western Railway. The Railway Board proposes to convert this meter gauge route to broad gauge in near future. Bus lines run to nearby towns, but the nearest commercial airports are at Jodhpur and Udaipur.

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