Barmer is the district headquarters of the Barmer district in the state of Rajasthan, India. It is a Group 'C' city for expectations for everyday comforts, and the home office of the Barmer Taluka. In the twelfth century this locale was known as Mallani. Its present name was given by its author Bahada Rao, prominently known as Bar Rao, Parmar Ruler Juna Barmer. He assembled a residential area which is by and by known as "Juna" which is 25 km from present city of Barmer. After Parmer's, Rawat Luka - grandson of Rawal Mallinath, set up their kingdom in Juna Barmer with the assistance of his sibling Rawal Mandalak.
They vanquished Parmers of Juna and made it their capital. From that point, his relative, Rawat Bhima, who was an awesome warrior, built up the present city of Barmer in 1552 AD and moved his money to Barmer from Juna. He assembled a little fortress over the city which is otherwise called Barmer Garh. Slope of Barmer post is 1383 feet however Rawat Bhima manufactured fortification at stature of 676 feet which is more secure place than best of slope.
The bequest of Barmer was inherited bhumia Jagir autonomous territory, being an alloidal vassal province of Marwar Jodhpur in Rajputana Agency and as against alternate Nobles, Jagirdars and Chiefs of Jodhpur State who hold arrive on state of standard administrations being rendered, the Rawat owes ostensible steadfastness and offers benefit just amid crises.