Churu district is a district of Rajasthan, India in northern India. Churu was founded in by Jat Chief Churu in 1620. It was then placed under the control of the Rajput ruler of the Rathore clan. Rao Maldeo killed Nana Choudhary and changed the name of the territory from Kalera Bas to Churu. During the war between Bikaner and Chulu, the area was under Bikaner's control. Before India's independence in 1947, it was part of Bikaner. The district was formed in 1948 and consisted of three Tesir, Churu, Rajigal and Taranagar, when the Bikaner state government was reorganized.
Churu is a popular attraction for tourists due to its architecture, the magnificent palaces of Haveli in Kanhaiyalabagra and Slana, and its ancient fort.
The total area of the district is 13858km2.
There are 8 Tesirs in the district:
Churu Tesir has about 109 villages.
There are only 10 cities in the Churu district.
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