Information About Gurgaon

Gurgaon is the second largest city in Haryana. It is the industrial, corporate and financial hub of the state. Gurgaon is the neighbouring city and one of the satellite cities of Delhi, the national capital.
It also comes in the National Capital Region. The city is around 280 km south of Chandigarh, the capital of Haryana.

The city comprises of a huge contrast between old Gurgaon and new Gurgaon. The old Gurgaon is congested with poor infrastructure; while the new Gurgaon has well planned infrastructure with huge skyscrapers and buildings. In the past two decades the city has undergone a rapid growth and transformation.


Gurgaon is located in the southern part of the state of Haryana. The city comes under the district of Gurgaon which has a total are of 1,215 sq km. The city's geographical coordinates are 28.47°N 77.03°E and comes under the time zone of GMT/UTC + 05:30 hour.


The population of Gurgaon as per the 2011 census is 1,514,085 with a population growth at 73.93% since the last census. The official language of Gurgaon is Hindi and Punjabi which is used by all sections of people in the city.

Gurgaon Quick facts:

City Gurgaon
Coordinates28.47°N 77.03°E
Languages SpokenHindi, Punjabi
Time ZoneGMT/UTC + 05:30 hour
Pin Code122001 to 122017
STD Code124

Last Updated on 16/04/2013



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