District Map of Rewari


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Rewari District Map

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The district was established in 1989 and has a total area of 1,559 square kilometers and a population of 6,23,000.

The district's economy is highly industry oriented with several world famous companies having their manufacturing plants here. A number of small scale industries also thrive in the district.

Lal Masjid is one of the popular tourist spots in the district.



Facts of Rewari District
StateHaryana
DistrictRewari
District HQRewari
Population (2011)900332
Growth17.64%
Sex Ratio898
Literacy80.99
Area (km2)1559
Density (/km2) 562
Tehsils Bawal, Kosli, Rewari
Lok Sabha Constituencies Rohtak, Gurgaon
Assembly Constituencies Bawal (SC), Kosli, Rewari
Languages Hindi, Haryanvi
Rivers Sahibi
Lat-Long 28.309217,76.551933
Travel Destinations Rewari Steam Locomotive Shed & Rail Museum, Lal Masjid, Baag Wala Talab, Bada Talab, Shri Hanuman Mandir, Shri Ghanteshwar Mandir, Bhagwat Bhakti Ashram etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Ahir College, Govt. College For Women (Pali), Govt. College for Women (Rewari), Govt. College (Nahar), Govt. College (Bawal), Govt. College For Women (Gurawara), Govt. College (Kharkhara), Govt. College (Kosli), S. K. Govt. College (Kanwali) etc.



Last Updated on : December 17, 2016



     


     

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