Rewari

Rewari district is one of the 21 districts of Haryana state, India. The administrative headquarters of this district, Rewari city is the biggest city in this district. It is located in southern Haryana around 80 kilometres (50 mi) from the capital, New Delhi. Rewari was accorded the status of a district by the Government of Haryana on 1 November 1989.

Indira Gandhi University Meerpur Rewari along with Ahir College & KLP College are the main colleges of rewari. Ahir college was established before India’s independence. At that time Rewari was the only education hub. The department of science of Ahir College Rewari is also notable, in particular for science studies.

Although all of the festivals are celebrated here with great enthusiasm, the festival of Teej has a special place in the heart of citizens of Rewari. The most colourful Teej is witnessed by this Indian city, every year. People will have very fun in kite riding and special cuisine .being situated near Gurgaon city there is effect of urbanisation and people of Rewari are going away from there roots.

Ahirwati, also called ‘Hirwati’ (the language of Ahirs also Language of Rajputana), is spoken in Ahirwal.Rewari, Mahendergarh, Narnaul and Gurgaon may be considered as the centre of Ahirwati speaking area. It represents the connecting link between Mewati and three other dialects Bangaru, Bagri and Shekhawati.

Rewari is noted for its metal works, particularly brass work. The main markets of Rewari have shops which sell brass utensils and artistic work of brass. Along with Moradabad, Rewari is the brass hub of India.

According to the 2011 census Rewari district has a population of 896,129, roughly equal to the nation of Fiji or the US state of Delaware.This gives it a ranking of 466th in India (out of a total of 640).The district has a population density of 562 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,460/sq mi).Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 17.09%. Rewari has a sex ratio of 905 females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate of 82.2%.