Gurgaon

Gurgaon, now officially known as Gurugram, is a city in the northern state of Haryana. Gurgaon lies just south of Delhi and is the part of NCR. Gurgaon has a lot to offer to the visitors owing to it's connection to Dronacharya of Mahabharatha, it's vicinity to the Aravalli Hills and the rapid growth it has witnessed in the recent years.

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Ali Gosh Khan Baoli also know as Baoli Ghaus Ali Shah is a landmark of historic importance situated in Farrukhnagar, Gurgaon (now Gurugram). It is located at a distance of approximately 22 Kms from the main Gurgaon city. Baoli Ghaus Ali Shah is a medival stepwell which are originally designed to store water.

Ali Gosh Khan Baoli is a very popular tourist spot and is an important part of the "Sheesh Mahal" palace which is situated close by. Ali Gosh Khan Baoli is an octagonal shaped stepwell and is relatively large in size. Ali Gosh Khan Baoli is connected to the palace through a tun...

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Aliwardi Masjid, Gurgaon
9 kms from Gurgaon city limits
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The Aliwardi Masjid is a historic Indian Islamic mosque located in the Aliwardi village of Gurgaon (now Gurugram). The mosque is situated at a distance of approximately 9 Kms from the main Gurgaon city

The Aliwardi Masjid is said to be built by Nawab Aliwardi Khan who was the founder of the village Aliwardi in which the mosque is situated. The mosque is 200 years old and was built during the British era in India. This mosque is a holy and a very trusted place for the Muslims. Muslim devotees gather here at the time of Islamic prayers daily and in huge numbers. The Aliwardi Masjid i...

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Aravalli Bio Diversity Park
Within Gurgaon city limits
Wildlife

Aravalli Bio Diversity Park is a area dedicated to to ecosystem preservation situated in Gurgaon (now Gurugram) at MG road near Guru Dronacharya Metro Station. The park is situated within the city limits and is well connected from every corner of the city. Aravalli Bio Diversity Park is also connected by Metro.

Aravalli Bio Diversity Park is a sanctuary with a completely different environment from the city, despite being located in the middle of a very busy city. Aravalli Bio Diversity Park was once a mining area which later took form of a sanctuary and was declared open on 5th Jun...

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Damdama Lake
24 kms from Gurgaon city limits
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Damdama lake is a reservoir is situated in the Sohna district near Gurgaon (now Gurugram). The lake is situated at a distance of approximately 24 kms from the Gurgaon city. The lake is connected to Gurgaon and the neighbouring cities through public transport services.

The Damdama lake is among the most famous picnic spots of Haryana and is very popular in the nearby areas and falls in the Aravalli hills. The lake is amongst the biggest of lakes in Haryana. Damdama Lake is spread over 3,000 acres has a length equivalent to approximately 12. 15 kilometres. Damdama Lake was constructe...

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Eklavya temple, Gurgaon
Within Gurgaon city limits
History

Eklavya temple also known as Eklavya Tirth, is a historic temple in Khandsa village of sector 37 in Gurgaon city of Gurgaon district in the state of Haryana. It is located with in Gurgaon city limits.

Eklavya temple is quite modest, single room temple. The one-room Eklavya temple was built in 1721 CE by a prosperous villager. However, legend has it that the Eklavya Mandir was built centuries ago "during the time of the Mahabharat", and stands at the exact spot where Eklavya, who belonged to a low caste, cut off the thumb from his right hand and offered it to Dronacharya as guru dak...

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The Farrukh Nagar Fort is a historical landmark situated at Farrukhnagar in Gurgaon (now Gurugram). The fort is situated at a distance of approximately 22 Kms from the main Gurgaon city and is well connected from the rest of the city.

The Farrukh Nagar Fort was built by Nawab Faujdar Khan in the year 1732 and it is a popular place of attraction by the tourists. The fort reflects the Mughal style of architecture. The Farrukh Nagar Fort acts as an entrance gate which lets the people to come inside the Farrukhnagar town. The fort is large and is built in an octagonal shape which showc...

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Gurugram Bhim Kund
Within Gurgaon city limits
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Gurugram Bhim Kund also known as Pinchokhda Jhod, is a 10-acre wetland in Bhim Nagar locality of Gurgaon city of Gurugram district in the state of Haryana. It is located within Gurgaon city limits and is reachable easily from within the city.

Legend has it that this pond is the location where Arjuna saw nothing but the bird's eye before his arrow pierced it, a famous incident in the epic Mahabharatha. The pond has an average depth of 5 - 7 feet.

There are no rigid timings to visit the Gurugram Bhim Kund, though visitors are recommended to visit during day time. ...

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Heritage Transport Museum, Gurgaon
35 kms from Gurgaon city limits
History

The Heritage Transport Museum is located on the Bilaspur-Taoru road in Taoru district near Gurgaon (now Gurugram). The Museum is located at a distance of approximately 35 Kms away from the main Gurgaon city.

The Heritage Transport Museum is first of its kind in the country which showcases the history of transportation in India. Along with this, the museum also displays an exotic collection vintage vehicles. The museum is built over 90,000 square feet on a 3-acre land and is fully air-conditioned. Heritage Transport Museum is said to be inspired from the museum situated in London an...

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Kingdom Of Dreams, Gurgaon
8.3 kms from Gurgaon city limits
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Kingdom of Dreams is an entertainment destination located in the city of Gurgaon in NCR Delhi, near the Leisure Valley Park. Kingdom of Dreams, also abbreviated to KOD, is India's first live entertainment, theatre, and leisure destination. There are three specialties of this place- Nautanki Mahal, Showshaa Theatre, and Culture Gully. Kingdom of dreams is located 8. 3 kms from Gurgaon.

This kingdom has been designed to offer a complete magical Indian experience to the people. There are two theatres, Nautanki Mahal and Showshaa Theatre, and a cultural and cuisine area called the Cul...

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Leisure Valley Park is a huge park located in sector 29 Gurgaon. Leisure Valley is a natural park which also houses a seasonal lake. Leisure Valley Park is located within Gurgaon city limits and is easily accessible from within the city. The park has a lush green, tranquil environment, which makes the park a beautiful spot for nature lovers. But in contrast, Leisure Valley Park Is also the preferred spot for several musical concerts and parties that take place in this busy city.

Leisure Valley Park is one of the famous picnic spots in the city. The spread of the 25-acre area land ...

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Lohagarh Farms, Gurgaon
18 kms from Gurgaon city limits
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The Lohagarh Farms is situated at village Garat Pur Bas, near Badshahpur Sohna Road in Gurgaon with postal code of Haryana 122101. This began as the Lohagarh Foundation which was formed with the primary aim of promoting the village, the villagers, their skilled knowledge, culture and lifestyle. The Lohagarh Farms is located 18 kms away from Gurugram (Gurgaon). The Lohagarh Farms had been established in order to entertain the tourists to indulge in the rich, unique, warm and exquisite culture and traditions of the villagers.

The Lohagarh Farms are more of a recreational location tha...

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The Museum of Folk and Tribal Art is an art and livelyhood museum situated at Gurgaon. It is also popularly known as K. C Aryan's Home of Folk Art. K. C Aryan's Home of Folk Art is located at 2009, Sector 4 Urban estate at Gurgaon with a postal code of 1221001. The Museum of Folk and Tribal Art is 2. 7 kms away from the Gurgaon city.

The Museum of Folk and Tribal Art was founded and established in the year of 1984 by Mr. K. C Aryan. He was a distinguished contemporary and modern age painter and sculptor who had a fondness for folk and tribal arts. The aesthetics of this museum is s...

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The NeverEnuf Garden Railway is an acre of land that is entirely dedicated in featuring large scale models of railway and towns. NeverEnuf Garden Railway is situated 27 Kms away from the city of Gurgaon (also known as Gurugram).

The NeverEnuf Garden Railway is a total of 1 acre stretch of land which is utilized effectively for displaying an interactive landscape for the large scale models of railways and towns. It is often described as a "magical, miniature world". The railways and towns that are present amongst the rail operations on a global scale, have been laid down in an area...

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Sai Ka Angan, Gurgaon
11 kms from Gurgaon city limits
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Sai Ka Angan is a Hindu temple for the devotees of Saint Shri Sai Baba. The temple is located in Sushant Lok, Gurgaon (now Gurugram). The temple is located at a distance of approximately 11 Kms from the main Gurgaon city.

Sai ka Angan is a unique Hindu temple, the deviation from the tradition Hindu temples of the region is very apparent from the structure of Sai ka Angan. Sai ka Angan's main aim is to provide peace and solace to the devotees of Saint Shri Sai Baba. The temple hosts exists a neem tree which was planted on the occasion of 'Bhoomi Poojan' of the temple. The tree is al...

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Sanskriti Museums was established in 1990 by O. P Jain, Sanskriti Foundation (non-for profit organization). It consists of a set of three museums; Museum of Everyday Art, Museum of Indian Terracotta and Museum of Indian Textiles. This 8 acres of cultural goal mine is well connected to Gurgaon. It is located at a distance of 17 kms from Gurgaon city.

Situated among a lush habitat, its aesthetic appeal is undeniable with its banyan trees, pond lotus blooms and exquisite wall arts. Sanskriti Museums offer insight into daily objects including ritual and household items and even childre...

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Sheesh Mahal is the one of oldest historical buildings in Farrukhnagar (Haryana). It is located at a distance of 23 Kms from Gurgaon main city.

Sheesh Mahal is one of the most prominent attractions of Farrukhnagar. Sheesh Mahal was built by nawab Farrukh Shah in about 1793. Sheesh Mahal is a Mughal-era building. It is a double-storey structure in red sandstone with typical Mughal architecture. This famous building is a rectangular double storeyed edifice made of stone, slate and lime. One of the most attractive features of Sheesh Mahal is it's decorative mirror work. In fact, Shees...

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Sheetla Mata Mandir Gurgaon
Within Gurgaon city limits

Sheetla Mata temple, Gurugram is a very prominent Hindu temple dedicated to the Sheetla Devi, wife of Guru Dronacharya. It is locally known as Masani Mandir or Sheetla Mata Mandir. The temple is situated in Gurgaon Village, Sector 6 at Gurgaon Haryana with a postal code of 122006. The Masani Temple is 2. 7 Kms away from the Gurgaon city. It is located within Gurgaon city limits and is easily reachable from within the city.

Sheetla Mata Mandir is one of the most prominent temples in Gurgaon city, this temple has been popular in Gurgaon even before it's development into a city. The ...

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Sitaram Mandir is a prominent Hindu Temple located within the Farrukhnagar fort complex of Farrukhnagar district in Gurgaon (now Gurugram). The temple is located at a distance of approximately 20 Kms from the main Gurgaon city.

The Sitaram temple is dedicated to Shri Rama - the most worshiped god in Hindu tradition - and his wife Goddess Sita. The temple is spread over a large area and is built using pebble stone. The Sitaram Mandir is also famous due to its architectural design. The temple is three-domed structure which gives temple a look of mosque. Inside the temple, huge pillar...

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Sultanpur National Park
14 kms from Gurgaon city limits
Wildlife

Sultanpur National Park is national wildlife preserve located approximately 14 kms away from the main Gurgaon (now Gurugram) city. The National Park is situated at Gurgaon-Farrukhnagar road.

Sultanpur National Park was once a sanctuary which turned into a national park in the year 1991 and is maintained by Haryana State Government. The park is prominently a bird sanctuary and is known for various birds which are found here including both local and migratory birds. The logged water which appears as a lake, attracts many migratory birds in the winters. Approximately, 250 species of b...

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Tau Devi Lal Bio Diversity Park
9 kms from Gurgaon city limits
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Tau Devi Lal Bio Diversity Park, also referred to as TDL Biodiversity or Botanical Garden is situated near Gurgaon sector 52. It is easily accessible from Gurgaon city. Spreading across an area of 2 acres, this public park is a haven to everyone, from early morning joggers to kids cycling and yoga enthusiasts. Tau Devi Lal Bio Diversity Park is located at a distance of 9 Kms from Gurgaon city center.

Equipped with a jogging track of 1. 91 miles, Tau Devi Lal Bio Diversity Park is ideal for walkers and joggers alike. The park is also popular with bird watchers as one can spot variou...

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Vintage Camera Museum and Foundation is a camera museum located near DLF Phase-3 of Gurgaon (now Gurugram). The museum is located at a distance of approximately 12 Kms from the main Gurgaon city and is well connected with rest of the city.

Vintage Camera Museum and Foundation is purely dedicated to all kind of cameras and optical equipments. The museum is one of the largest museum of India and is spread over 15,000 square feet. Vintage Camera Museum and Foundation is one-of-its kind and houses over 700 cameras from around the world. In addition to this a photography exhibition is a...

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