Rewari is a town in the Rewari district in Haryana. Located about 89 kms from Delhi, it is part of the National Capital Region. History has it that Hemu, the last Hindu emperor of India, was brought up and educated in Rewari. His haveli still stands in the Qutabpur area of the city. During his time, the emperor had laid the foundation of a metalwork industry in copper sheets, utensils, and brass manufacture. It is still famous for these products. Rewari was a part of the Gurgaon district in Haryana. It later became a part of Mahendragarh and remained so till 1989, when it became an independent district.
Tourist places in and around Rewari
The main attraction of Rewari is the Rewari Heritage Steam Locomotive Museum. The shed housing the museum was built in 1893 and is the only one in India hosting a few steam engines that have survived the wear and tear of their strenuous journeys. It remained in a state of neglect after steam engines were removed from active service by 1990. The shed was, however, reclaimed by the railway authorities to host a heritage museum for steam engines in December, 2002.
Rewari has a dry, semi-arid climate. It experiences three distinct seasons: summer, winters and monsoon.
How to reach Rewari
Rewari is well connected to all the major cities in India by air, rail and road. It also is a major railway junction.