|Elevation||152 m (499 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Jalore|
Bagra was famous in India for its trade in silver and gold.
Before independence, this village was part of Marwar / Jodhpur State and was a Jagir village of Thakur Durjan Singhji of Thikana Daspan. Rajpurohit Manji Jagarwal of Bagra took part in the Marwar Farmer's Movement and Indian freedom Movement against British Rule in India.
“This is not a time to retreat until the better times return.” -Rajpurohit Manji Jagarwal Bagra
Bagra has a population of 9,661 according to the 2001 census. A number of the town's original families have migrated elsewhere in India.
- Shree Chintamani Parshvanatha Jain Temple. This is the main Jain temple of the village, situated in the centre of the village. It was renovated about 100 years ago under guidance and by inspiration of Gurudev Srimad Vijay Acharya Rajendrasuri.
- Shri Mahavir Swami Jain Temple, Bus Stand Bagra.
- Baba Ramdevji and Thakurji Lord Krishna Temple. It is at the Bagra bus station. It has representative icons of Baba Ramdevji and Lord Krishna and Radha. It is the main temple for villagers. It was renovated in 2006, funds for which were contribution of all villagers under inspiration & guidance of Seth Shri MangiLalji Bhabutaji Ghodawala.
- Step-well - There is a Bawdi behind the Mahavir Swami Jain Temple. It was the main source of water for drinking and domestic use for the villagers prior to the advent of plumbing in 1968.
- Jagnath Mahadevji Temple a very old Lord Shiva temple & Matha about 13 km to east of Bagra situated in Esrana Hills.
- Baba Ramdevji Temple also known as Gayatri Ashram on Bagra - Santhu Road. Holy Ashram of Bal Brahmachari Shri 1008 Shri Shankar Swaroopji Maharaj disciple of His Holiness Pujyapad Jagadguru Shankaracharyaji Maharaj of Dwaraka Pitha.
Latitude 25.2000°, Longitude 72.5833°, Altitude 501 feet
Lat (DMS) 25° 12' N, Long (DMS) 72° 35' E, Altitude 152 meters
The town's railway station is Marwar Bagra and is on the Samdari-Bhildi section of North Western Railway. The Railway Board converted this meter gauge route to broad gauge in 2010. Bus lines run to nearby towns, but the nearest commercial airports are at Jodhpur and Udaipur.