Industrial town of Bhiwadi is a part of Alwar district of Rajasthan and due to its nearness to Delhi this town is considered as National Capital Region (NCR). Its geographical position and growing industries are attracting from all over India.
The mercury soars in May and June when the summer temperature reaches 46 - 48 degrees Celsius and during winters especially in December and January the mercury record a dip up to 2 - 4 degrees Celsius.
This small but economically important Bhiwadi sub-region is has thousands of small and big and mid-sized industries of steel, furnace, electronics, engineering, textiles, pharmaceuticals, printing, cables, rolling mills, food processing, herbal care etc. thus nourishes Indian economy. All these industries are represented by BMA (Bhiwadi Manufacturing Association).
Bhiwadi is located on National Highway 8 on the Dharuhera-Sohna Road just 200 km from Jaipur, 90 km from Alwar, 40 km from Gurgaon and 75 Kms. from Delhi. The easy approach of this sub-region makes it favourite of industrialists. Rajasthan's economic growth highly depends on Bhiwadi. All the major business tycoons either have established or in the process of establishing at least one unit here.
Bhiwadi boasts of umpteen top notch big multinational companies like Pepsi, Honda Siel, Orient Craft, Asahi, Hero Honda, Bausch & Lomb, United Breweries, Ray Ban, Saint Gobain, Federal Moghul, Gillette, Sakata Ink, Ocap Chasis, Relaxo Footwear, Lakhani Footwear, Jacquar Ltd., Shree Cement, Saint Gobain, Harvest Foods Limited, Kajaria Ceramic Ltd, and SEZ of Mahindra and Mahindra who has invested crores for the development in terms of infrastructure and generating a liberal number of employment opportunities for youth. Thus it can be said that they are contributing a great deal to reduce unemployment in the region.
Small and sparsely populated township-BHIWADI is gradually growing. Bhiwadi is a Regional Centre of the National Capital Region and from an important part of the Regional plan 2001 for NCR.
Bhiwadi has metamorphed into 3rd largest industrial centre of India from last few years...more or less the credit goes somewhat to the top notch company establishments.
Besides the commercially important geographical location the low property rates, strong infrastructure, low cost of living, low population density and low pollution levels are attracting investors to invest their hard earned money in this land.
The growing industrialization and booming real estate market led to see Bhiwadi as good investment option. The future enormous opportunities in the real estate, retail and hospitality industries inspired many famed builders to sense the housing needs of the people & are developing state of art townships with modernized facilities.
Bhiwadi itself does not have any tourist attractions but Vijay Mandir Palace constructed in 1918 by Maharaja Jai Singh and a well-laid garden and rippling lake in front is worth watching. Other major attractions around Bhiwadi are Sita Ram temple, Jaisamand Lake and Siliserh Lake and palace built by Maharaja Vinay Singh.
Indian government is putting efforts to promote the growth of Bhiwadi and in this process has signed a MOU for an investment of about 30,000 crores. The road from Bhiwadi to Alwar is being upgraded to a four lane highway.