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Brief Profile Industrial Real Estates of Gurgaon District

Brief Profile Industrial Real Estates of Gurgaon District

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GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE INDUSTRIAL ESTATES  IN GURGAON

Gurgoan district is located in NCR region of Delhi, the capital city of the country. It is just 10 km far away from Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi. The Gurgaon district has an existence since the times of Mahabharata. This industrial area in Gurgaon is surrounded by Delhi and Rajasthan.

LOCATION AND GEOGRAPHICAL AREA

The present Gurgaon district comprising nine blocks Tauru, Nuh, Pataudi, Nagina, Punhana, F.P.Jhirka, Sohna, Gurgaon & Farrukhnagar was created on 15 August 1979. It is the southern-most district of Haryana. The district lies between 27 degrees 39' and 28 degrees 32' 25" latitude, and 76 degrees 39' 30" and 77 degrees 20' 45" longitude. On its north, it is bounded by the district of Rohtak and the Union Territory of Delhi. Faridabad district lies to its east. On its south, the visit. shares boundaries with the states of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. To its west lies the district of Rewari and the State of Rajasthan.

Gurgaon town is about 32 km away from New Delhi, the National Capital of India.

Availability of Minerals.

The State of Haryana produces 130155 metric tones of minerals. However, in District

Gurgaon availability of Minerals in terms of production is NIL. As per the Order of

Hon’ble Punjab & Haryana High Courts, mining in Haryana particularly in Gurgaon

district is banned from 2010 to till date.

National Parks located in Gurgaon District

Sultanpur National Park, located at about 50 Km from Delhi and 15 Km from Gurgaon

on Gurgaon, Farukhnagar road is a bird paradise particularly in the winter months both or

local as well as migratory aves. Its sanctuary potential was first recognized by the world

famous ornithologist, Mr Peter Jackson, Keeping in view its importance and potential,

the area covering 359 acres was declared a Bird Sanctuary in 1971 and was upgraded to

the status of National Park in 1991 by Haryana Government.

The Education & Interpretation Centre has over 70 attractive colour photographs and

transparencies’ of different species of birds. The photographs are accompanied with informative write-ups about birds which are of interest to bird lovers.

The Department has also established a Centre in the memory of Dr Salim Ali, the

internationally acclaimed ornithologist of India which contains his bust, photographs,

write-ups and certain of his personal effects. The National Park has an area of 359 acres,

out of which about 180 acres are poundage area and the rest provides habitat for terrestrial

birds. Heronries look very beautiful with diverse groups of birds. Of the recorded 250

bird species, 150 are residents or local migratory, while others come from faraway

northern regions like Siberia, Europe and Afghanistan. The common resident species are

Little Egret, Painted Stork, White Ibis, little brown dove, Indian crested lark, Myna, Red-vented Bulbul, Magpie robin, Weaverbird etc. Every year about 90 species of migratory

birds arrive here in search of feeding grounds and to pass winter. In winter, the sanctuary

provides a picturesque panorama of migratory birds such as Rosy pelican, spotted sandpiper, starling, Bluethroat etc.

You can set up your industries  which  were these particular Industries

Micro and small industries

Manufacturing sectors

Service enterprises.

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