Places around Gurgaon with Architecture

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1/8 Places to Visit in Gurgaon with Architecture

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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2/8 Places to Visit in Gurgaon with Architecture
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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3/8 Places to Visit in Gurgaon with Architecture

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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4/8 Places to Visit in Gurgaon with Architecture
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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5/8 Places to Visit in Gurgaon with Architecture

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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6/8 Places to Visit in Gurgaon with Architecture

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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7/8 Places to Visit in Gurgaon with Architecture

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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8/8 Places to Visit in Gurgaon with Architecture

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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