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Haryana >> Gurgaon


45 kms from New Delhi
42 c Summer/14 c Winter
Latitude : 28.463850    Longitude : 77.017838

Language : Hindi,English
The district headquarter is situated in Gurgaon city. Now Gurgaon has become one of the most important corporate and industrial hubs of Haryana. The office and manufacturing plant of India's largest car maker Maruti Udyog Limited is situated here as are a large number other industries. Another area in which Gurgaon is excelling is the IT industry and software development.

Ambimall - Largest Operational Mall in India
Ambi Mall is a shopping mall located in Gurgaon, India. It comprises an area of 1,800,000-square-foot (167,200 m²), making it currently the largest operational mall in India.
Sheetala Devi Temple
Sheetala Devi Temple - Goddess of small Pox
Sheetala Mata Mandir is found at Gurugaon village, a suburb of Gurgaon (Guru Dronacharya's birth place), in the state of Haryana. The presiding deity of this temple is Mata Sheetala Devi, which is also referred to as Shakti Peeth. More than three centuries ago two brothers, Padarath and Singha lived in the village of Gurugaon. They were fief holders and owned thousands of acres of land. Singha was a calm, good-natured person who spend most of his time in singing Bhajans. Impressed by Singha's devotion, Sheetala Devi appeared in his dream and granted him a boon. The boon was that, Singha's mere touch would free a person from all pains. Singha thus left his luxurious abode and started meditating near the pond.

Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary
Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary - Bird Sanctuary
This bird sanctuary of Haryana is a find of the famous ornithologist Peter Jackson. It was opened in 1972 in a sprawling 44.5 hectare area. More than a 100 different species of birds have been identified here during the season. Of these, the most outstanding visitors have often winged in from Europe and Siberia.
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