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The city is known for its fort, Meera Bai temple and the Bhatner Wildlife Sanctuary. Hanumangarh was founded in 255 AD by King Bhupat of the Bhatti clan of Rajputs. It remained under their control until it fell to Rao Jodha (1460–1517), founder of Jodhpur State, who defeated Rao Chandrasen Rathore (ruler 1458–1488) in 1488. The Mughal emperor Akbar captured Hanumangarh Fort on his way to Ajmer from Gujarat in 1562 but soon returned it back to Maharaja Ram Singh I after he had established himself as a ruler at Jaipur around 1572-73. In 1679 Aurangzeb's son Muhammad Azam Shah camped here during his campaign against Jaswant Singh II.