Gudhagorji is a town in the Shekhawati (which includes three district of rajasthan i.e. jhunjhunu, sikar, churu) region of Rajasthan, India. The town is named after Saint Gudheshwar Maharaj, and a very religious and wise Thukurainji, named Gorji. Today, Gudhagorji is one of the important commercial towns in the Jhunjhunu district. Tourists may visit the town to see old temples and samadhis located on the hilltop, or to enjoy tracking on the hill.
Gudha Gorji is connected by state highway SH-37, and can be reached by car or bus from Jhunjhunu, Jaipur or Sikar. The town is about 33 km from Jhunjhunu, 50 km from Sikar and 140 km from Jaipur. At present there is no hi-fi hotel but there are hotels just to stay or for emergencies . However, Tourists may stay either in dharmshala or at Jhunjhunu or Sikar. The population of the village is approximately 8k. The village can be called to a town according to its development. The language used by local people is Marwari language but everyone knows hindi as it is a part of north India.
Wooden handicraft items such as lampshades, decorative table lamps, etc., from traditional Kharadis are sold at the Kharadiyon ka Mohalla. One can also taste the delicious pedas, made by the famous halwais of the town, and Kanji ka Bada.Gudha gorji is also famous for education. There are good enough degree colleges(more than five) in Science, Commerce, B.Ed. and Humanities. The village is also famous for mountain and great rajput stories that lead back to 100 years. Many villages around this towns are located at footstep of mountains like bhojgard, ponk, guda & manaksas. Actually this town is a lifeline of 46 villages nearby it. This town is an edutional, career and commercial HUB for people of these 46 villages.Gudha gorjis maximum people join every year Indian Army.