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Rewari is a city and municipal council in Rewari district in the Indian state of haryana. It is located in south-west Haryana around 82 km (51 mi) from Delhi and 51 km (32 mi) from Gurgaon .
History
Rewari was founded by Nand Ram, an Ahir leader of Bolni village

Medieval
Hemu, who reigned as king of Delhi for one month in 1556, was educated and brought up in what is now Rewari, although he was born elsewhere.] His haveli (house) still stands in the Qutabpur area of the city, which in his day was a village in its own right.] He became Chief of the Army and Prime Minister of Adil shah in 1553, then defeated the army of Akbar, a Moghul emperor, at Delhi on 6 October 1556. At that point he declared himself king of Delhi. He was defeated by Akbar's army at the Second battle of panipat on 5 November 1556 and beheaded. Hemu had developed a cannon foundry in Rewari, laying the foundation of a metalwork industry in brass, copper sheets and utensils manufacture for which Rewari is still known.

Modern
Rewari formed a part of the Gurgaon district of Punjab, in which it was placed by the administrators of the British Raj following the unsuccessful Indian Rebellion of 1857, in which a local leader, Rao Tula Ram, played a significant role. It remained a part of Gurgaon district until reorganisation in 1972 saw it transferred to Mahendragarh district. Further changes, in 1989, led to the creation of the eponymous Rewari district.
Industry and Business
Rewari town has a variety of industries, from cottage industries to small-scale integrated units. The traditional industries are brass metalwork and ornamental shoes (Tilledar Jooti) (The Hindi word jooti means a kind of low-rise shoe without laces. It does not cover ankles.) Rewari has kept the traditional art of Tilledar Jooti alive and is famous for such ornamental local shoes.

Delhi-Mumbai industrial corridor
Delhi Mumbat Industrial Corridor Project is a mega infra-structure project of USD 90 billion with the financial & technical aids from Japan, covering an overall length of 1,483 km between the political capital and the business capital of India, i.e., Delhi and Mumbai. It will initially link Rewari to Mumbai.

Rewari metal work
Main article: Rewari metel work

Rewari is famous for its traditional metalwork, particularly brass work. The brass industry began around 1535, with the help of Portuguese. During the time of Hemu cannons were cast in Rewari for the army of Sher Shah Suri.
Particulars Description
Area 245 metres (804 ft)
Population (2011) 140,864
Time Zone IST (UTC+05:30)
Density

483 /km2 (1,251 /sq mi)

Sex Ratio

899

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