Rewari is a place with history deep embeded in it. It is a place of Yaduvanshi Ahirs/Yadavas. The ancient city has its references in Indian epics like Rigveda and Mahabharata and it is also known as Brahmvarta, a place where Vedic Sanskriti was developed.
A lesser-known yet powerful last Hindu emperor of the medieval period, Samrat Hem Chandra Vikramaditya, belonged to Rewari. The king, popularly known as Hemu, won 22 battles against Afghans and Mughals.
Location: Rewari is located at 82 kms. mile stone in the south-west direction of the National Capital Delhi across the Delhi-Jaipur National Highway No. 8. Its geographical boundaries have district Jhajjar in its north, Mahendergarh district in its west and district Gurgaon in its east & north-east directions. District Alwar of Rajasthan touches Rewari in the south-east.
Linking Roads: Rewari is 80 kms. from Delhi located on the National Highway No. 71 and is also accessible from Delhi Jaipur National Highway No. 8 through NH-71.
Postal Code: 123401 | Longitude: 76° 37' E | Latitude: 28° 11' N | Area: 1559 sq kms. | Altitude: 245 metres | Population: 896,129 (Census 2011) | Literacy Rate: 82.20% | STD Code: 1274 | Villages: 412 | Language: Hindi, English | Best season to visit: All seasons to visit