Sikar (sē´kər), walled town (1991 pop. 148,272), Rajasthan state, NW India. Sikar, c.1,500 ft (460 m) above sea level, is a district administrative center and a market for grain and tobacco. The Harasmath temple was reputedly built c.AD 1000.
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