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Rewari District

The district of Rewari in Haryana covers an area of 1,582 sq km with Rewari as its headquarters. The name Rewari has a history back to the Mahabharata. A city named ‘Rewa wadi’ was founded by king Rewat, which later changed to Rewari. The land of Rewari is also called ‘veer-bhumi’.

Rewari is expected to make a booming growth in the industrial sector. Motor cycles, televisions, non-woven carpets floor tiles, beer, cotton and synthetic yarn, metal cans, telephone cables, copper and brass sheets are the major industrial products. The tourist attractions are Red Mosque, Bada Talab, Shri Ghanteshwar Mandir, and Bhagwat Bhakti Ashram.

Updated on 7th June, 2005

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