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Mewat District Map Palwal Faridabad Gurugram Rewari RAJASTHAN UTTAR PRADESH
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The Haryana government has decided to rename the district of Mewat as Nuh. Mewat district is one of the districts of Haryana. On April 4, 2005 this 20th district was carved out of former Gurgaon and Hathin Block of Faridabad districts.
The Mewat district is surrounded by Gurgaon district in north, Rewari district in west and Palwal & Faridabad districts in east. The headquarters of Mewat district is Nuh. The district comprises of Nuh, Nagina, Taoru, Punhana and Firozpur Jhirka blocks, 431 villages and 297 panchayats.

The Mewat district has an area of 1,499 sq km and has a population of 1,089,406 as per the 2011 census with a population growth of 37.94 percent and a population density of 729 people per sq. km. The main occupation of Mewat is agriculture and related agro-based activities along with animal husbandry as the secondary source of income. Mewat is also called the Land of the Meos. They are tribal inhabitants who are mainly agriculturalist.

Facts of Mewat District
StateHaryana
DistrictMewat
District HQNuh
Population (2011)1089263
Growth37.93%
Sex Ratio907
Literacy54.08
Area (km2)1765
Density (/km2) 729
Tehsils Ferozepur Jhirka, Nuh, Punahana, Taoru
Lok Sabha Constituencies Gurgaon
Assembly Constituencies Nuh, Ferozepur Jhirka, Punhana
Languages Hindi, Haryanvi, Mewati
Rivers Mewat
Lat-Long 28.008952,77.062797
Travel Destinations Fort Kotla, Indor Fort, Shaking Minarets, Nallad, Chui Mai Pond etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt. College for Women (Salaheri Nuh), Government College (Tauru), Govt. College (Nagina) etc.



Last Updated on : December 17, 2016



     


     

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