Reasi is a town and a told zone panel and tehsil in the Indian province of Jammu and Kashmir. Arranged at the bank of River Chenab, it is the home office of the Reasi region. In the eighth century, Reasi was a piece of the Bhimgarh state built up by Bhim Dev. The name Reasi is gotten from the town's old name "Rasyal". Reasi is a District, found 64 km from Jammu. The number of inhabitants in 10,000 is prevalently Hindu. Dominant part of the populace squeezes out its vocation from private company wanders, govt occupations and agribusiness. Of the 12293 hectares of farming area in the zone, 1011 hectares is flooded. Essential yields are Maize, Wheat, Paddy and Bajra. Vegetables are additionally developed.
Climatically, most parts of the zone falls in the sub tropical zone and the rest in the mild zone. Summers are for the most part warm and winters are chilly with snowfall on the higher ranges. The recent Bhimgarh State, now called Reasi, was built up by Bhim Dev in the eighth century. Brief records of progressive rulers are known from 1652, when Hari Dev was the lord of Jammu. In 1810, amid the govern of Diwan Singh, Jammu was under strife. Castle interests and uprisings shook the organization. It was as of now that Maharaja Ranjit Singh sent Gulab Singh to take control. Gulab Singh descended intensely on the dissidents and built up the control of law. In the wake of crushing the radicals in the Reasi region, he gave over the organization to his confided in authority, General Zorawar Singh.