Gogamedi is a place of religious importance in Hanumangarh district of Rajasthan (India), 359 km from Jaipur.
A grand fair is held at Gogamedi in August in memory of Gogaji (a Chauhan Rajput from Dadrewa Village in Churu District). The fair is held from the ninth day of the dark half of Bhadrapada (Goga Navami) to the eleventh day of the dark half of the same month. It is believed that Gogaji went into samādhi at Gogamedi. Thousands of devotees gather to pay homage at this memorial annually in the month of Bhadrapada during the Gogaji fair. The inscription in Persian at the main entrance describes Mahmud of Ghazni's regard for Gogaji.
Gogamedi is accessible on NH 65 from Chandigarh; go straight to Hisar (Haryana) and from Hisar to Balsamand. From Balsamand take the road to Bhadra. From Bhadra its just 15 km on the way to Nohar.