About Saharwa

Saharwa () is a village in Hisar tahsil and district in Haryana located on the Hisar-Isarwal road about 28 km from Hisar. It is situated at the boundary of the Hisar and Bhiwani districts. It also marks the onset of Thar desert. Saharwa village was established about 350 years ago in what was then Punjab province. The village has over last decade became known for strawberry cultivation, and it is now the second largest producer of strawberries after Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra.[1] There is a small but locally revered temple of Khattu Shyamji. In 2013 the village was identified by the Geological Survey of India as having large reserves of gypsum. A total of 4804 people reside in Saharwa, divided into 905 families. 2525 residents are males, while 2279 are females, according to the Population Census 2011. The population of children with age 0-6 is 598 which makes up 12.45% of total population of village. The average sex ratio of Saharwa is 903,which is higher than the Haryana state average of 879. The child sex ratio as per the census is 987, higher than the Haryana average of 834.[3] Saharwa village has lower literacy rate than Haryana as a whole. In 2011, literacy rate was 70.38% compared to 75.55% in Haryana. Male literacy stands at 79.99% while female literacy is at 59.59%. Jat is the major caste in Sharawa village. Schedule Caste (SC) constitutes 12.41% of total population in the village. The village currently doesnt have any Schedule Tribe (ST) population. Out of total population, 2302 were engaged in work activities. 69.90% of workers describe their work as Main Work (Employment or Earning more than 6 Months) while 30.10% were involved in Marginal activity providing livelihood for less than 6 months. Of 2302 workers engaged in Main Work, 1152 were cultivators (owner or co-owner) while 179 were Agricultural labourers.


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