The city of Sonipat is also a Municipal Corporation in the Indian state of Haryana. Situated at a distance of 43 kilometers from the capital city of Delhi, Sonipat is a part of the National Capital Region. The Yamuna marks the eastern boundary of Sonipat, which was earlier a part of Rohtak but was separated and made into a full-fledged district in 1972. Legend says that Sonipat was previously known as Sonprastha, which was modified to svarnaprastha or the golden city. Later, the name was shortened to Svarnpath, and eventually to its current form, Sonipat - also spelled as Sonepat. The Hindu epic Mahabharata says that Svarnaprastha was founded by the Pandavas. The district of Sonipat is divided into three regions - Khadar, Upland Plain and Sandy Region. The city is located on the upland plains. This area is rich in old alluvium, which is highly productive if properly irrigated. Wheat, rice, sugarcane, cotton, millet, oilseeds, pulses, barley, maize are abundantly cultivated at Sonipat using irrigation through tube wells and canals. Horticultural plants, vegetables and flowers are also cultivated. Dairy farming and animal husbandry form an essential part of Sonipats rural economy. Four industrial areas have been developed at Sonipat and factories of HSIIDC, Atlas, Birla Factory, OSRAM India, etc. have been set up. The Rajiv Gandhi Education City at Sonipat has been set up by the government that offers space to many universities for setting up their campus.
Dhanlaxmi Bank Ltd based in Thrissur City, Kerala, India, is an old private sector bank. On 14 November 1927, it was established at Thrissur city, Kerala. In 1977, it became a Scheduled Commercial Bank. It has a network of 280 bank branches, and 398 ATMs across the states of Kerala,Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Gujarat, Delhi, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chandigarh, Goa, and Haryana. The Centralised Banking Solution (CBS) was adopted by the Dhanlaxmi Bank at all its branches, on the Flexcube platform for extending banking anywhere to its customers. The bank had set up a data centre in Bangalore to keep the networked system operational round the clock. For meeting various contingencies, a disaster recovery centre is also operated by the bank at Thrissur . On 10 August 2010, the name of the bank was changed from Dhanalakshmi Bank to Dhanlaxmi Bank. The bank offered Demat services through selected branches being a depository participant of NSDL (National Security Depository Limited). The Dhanlaxmi bank is offering online trading in association with Religare securities. It has partnered AGS Infotech for installation of ATMs. It provides VISA-branded debit and credit cards to the customers.