Nagari is a village situated North of Chittorgarh, on the banks of river Berach. According to the inscription found in Barli, near Ajmer; in 443 B.C., this town was named as Madhyamika. It was a flourishing town in the Mauryan period and remained so up to the Gupta period. The excavations found here are surrounded by many interesting facts and show the signs of strong Hindu and Buddhist influence. A large number of punch marked coins and other interesting artefacts have also been found in the excavations. In the first century, Nagari was ruled by the Sibi tribes.