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Gurgaon, 32 km away from Delhi, is the Cyber City of Haryana lies between the 27° 39'and 28° 32' 25" North latitudes, and 76° 39' 30"and 77° 20' 45" East longitudes.

Total Population count of the district as per 2001 Census is 8,70,539.

Rapid urbanization and industrialization have facilitated Gurgaon to be a world-class corporate hub for IT and IT related services. The place is also one of the prime manufacturers of cars, hardware, sports goods, rubber products, readymade garments, motors-cycles, taxi, automobile parts,telecommunication equipments, terry towels, food items, air conditioners, electrical goods, light engineering goods, pharmaceuticals, shoes, pesticides and insecticides.

Some of the places of tourist attraction in Gurgaon are-
  • Dhankot
  • Saiyad
  • Ata
  • Malab
  • Sanghel
  • Ujina
  • Sultanpur Lake Bird Sanctuary
  • Sohna sulphur springs and Tourist Complex
  • Shama Tourist Complex


Facts of Gurgaon District
StateHaryana
DistrictGurgaon ("Gurugram"- The new name purposed by the State Government)
District HQGurgaon
Population (2011)1514432
Growth73.96%
Sex Ratio854
Literacy84.7
Area (km2)2760
Density (/km2) 1241
Tehsils Farrukhnagar, Gurgaon, Manesar, Pataudi, Sohna
Lok Sabha Constituencies Gurgaon
Assembly Constituencies Pataudi (SC), Badshahpur, Gurgaon, Sohna
Languages Hindi, Urdu, Haryanvi including Ahirwati
Rivers -----
Lat-Long 28.362402,76.873884
Travel Destinations Aliwardi Masjid, Damdama Lake, Farrukhnagar Fort, Leisure Valley Park, Nuh, Shri Sheetala Mata Mandir, Ferozpur Jhirka, Pataudi Palace, Sheesh Mahal, Sohna Car Rally, Sultanpur Lake Bird Sanctuary, Urusvati Museum of Folklore, Jama Masjid etc.
Government Colleges/Universities D.Govt College (Gurgaon), Government P.G College (Sector 14), Govt College (Jatauli H. Mandi), Govt. College (Sec-9), Govt.College (Sidhrawali) etc.



Last Updated on : January 2, 2015









     


     

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