People of Bagar speak Bagri (बागड़ी), a dialect of overlapping Rajasthani language , Haryanvi language and punjabi language of the Indo-Aryan family, spoken by about five million speakers, which includes Hanumangarh , Sriganganagar districts and some villages of Taranagar tehsil of Rajasthan ,Sirsa and Fatehabad district of Haryana , Fazilka district and some parts of Muktsar district of Punjab .
Bagar tract is long strip of shifting sand dunes called tibba (टिब्बा) and finer lands between them called lal (लाळ ) sandy tract in along the western border of Haryana and eastern border of Rajasthan.
- Revised Land and Revenue Settlement of Hisar District 9006-9011
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- India District Census Handboook, 1961
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