In the olden days, this district was known as Marani under the name of Lawar Marinerto. Lawar Marinerto is the son of Laosalka, and Lawar Marinerto is a cultural, philanthropic and religious symbol of Bermer. He is worshiped as a god by the locals. Today's name of Bermer comes from its founder, Bahadarao, and his name was Bahadamar. He built a small town, now known as "Juna," 25 km from the modern city of Barmel. The great warrior, Rawat Bima, founded what is now Barmel in 1552 AD and moved his capital from Juna to Barmel.
Barmer is known for folk music and folk dance. In Barmel, you can find Bopas composing music in honor of the heroes of the war.
The total area of the district is 28387km2.
The district is divided into four subdivisions.
There are about 295 villages in Barmer Tehsil.
There are two cities in this area.
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