Bhiwani District is one of the 22 districts of Haryana state in northern India. Made on 22 December 1972, the region was biggest locale of state by territory before the production of Charkhi Dadri as a different region as it possessed a zone of 5,140 square kilometers 1,980 sq mi and managed 442 towns with a populace of 1,629,109. Sirsa is presently the biggest locale of the state. The locale home office is the city of Bhiwani, which is around 124 kilometers 77 mi from the capital Delhi.
Other significant towns in the region are Siwani, Loharu, Tosham, Bawani Khera, Kohlawas, Lamba. In 1997, Saudi Arabian Airlines Flight 763 crashed into Kazakhstan Airlines Flight 1907 in the skies over the area and in excess of 350 individuals were slaughtered. There were no setbacks on the ground however. The locale is named after its central command, Bhiwani city. Bhiwani city, it is accepted, was established by a Rajput named Neem Singh after his significant other Bhani. The name Bhani later changed to Bhiyani and along these lines to Bhiwani.
Pre-Indus Valley Civilization mine, smelt and houses have been found at Khanak slopes of Tosham Hill go. Unearthings 1968– 73 and 1980– 86 in the town of Mitathal in Bhiwani have uncovered proof of pre-Harappan and Harappan Indus Valley Civilization culture in the zone. Close to the town of Naurangabad, around 10 kilometers 6.2 mi east of Bhiwani city, fundamental diggings in 2001 uncovered ancient rarities including coins, instruments, sifters, toys, statues and pots up to 2,500 years of age. As per archeologists the nearness of coins, coin molds, statues and outline of the houses, recommends that a town existed here some of the time in the Kushan, Gupta and the Youdheya time frame till 300 BC.