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Tibrewal is a family name of people originating from Rajasthan, India. Its variants include Tibrewala and /Tibdewal. The word "Tibar" in the local Rajasthani language means sand hills, people who had their homes on such hills in the desert region of Rajasthan were called as "Tibrewalla".[ citation needed ]

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Hareesh Tibrewala is an Indian businessman. He is the joint Chief Executive Officer for Mirum India. He has spoken on various topics related to Entrepreneurship,Digital marketing and Marketing Automation and has also penned articles on Chatbot, Blockchain, Marketing Automation Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality

Navrang Lal Tibrewal (born 17 January 1937 in Jhunjhunu district, Rajasthanis an Indian judge and former acting Governor of Rajasthan. He has also served as the acting Chief Justice of the Rajasthan High Court. He has also served as the acting Chief Justice of the Rajasthan High Court. His completed his early education was from Jhunjhunu, Graduation from Maharaja College, Jaipur, LL.B. from University Law College in 1959 after completion of training from 06 months with as senior lawyer, Tibrewal started legal practice at Jhunjhunu district and subordinate courts and after 06 years he shifted to Jodhpur High Court in 1965. After 32 years in 1997 after establishment of Jaipur High Court he shifted to Jaipur. He was elected as a Chairman of Rajasthan Bar Council in 1982. He was appointed as high court judge on July 20,1990, and took charge as its acting chief justice on April 10 after the retirement of the then acting chief justice, M P Singh. He served as Chairman Legal Aid Service board for 06 years. He became acting Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court in 1998. He became acting Governor of Rajasthan State in place of Darbara Singh on 25 May 1998. Presently he is chairman of various educational institutions 01 in Jaipur and 03 institutions in Jhunjhunu. His father's name is Ladu Ram Tiberwal.