Gurgaon district is situated in NCR of Delhi, the capital of India. It is just 10 kms away from Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi. The district derived its name from the name of Guru Dronacharya; the village was given as gurudakshina to him by his students; the Pandavas and hence it came to be known as Guru-gram, which in course of time got distorted to Gurgaon. Thus the district has been existence since the times of Mahabharata. The district is surrounded by Delhi & Rajasthan.
It is said that Yudhishtar, the eldest brother among the Pandavas, gave this village to his guru, Dronacharya, whose tank still exists on the west side of the Railway Road. Actual village "Gurgaon" is about 1.5 km. away from Gurgaon town, where the temple of Sheetla Mata, attracts devotees in large numbers on every Monday and Tuesday.
During Akbar's reign, the district fell within the subas of Delhi and Agra, and comprised, wholly or partly, the sikars of Delhi, Rewari, Suhar Pahari and Tijara. With the decay of the Mughal empire, it remained in a disturbed state as a consequence of fighting between the neighboring chiefs till 1803 AD when most of it came under the British rule through the Treaty of Surji Arjungaon with Sindhia. The town was first occupied by the cavalry unit posted to watch the army of Begum Samru of Sirdhana, whose principal cantonment was in the village Jharsa, 1.5 km. to the south-east of the town.
The civil offices were removed from Bharawas (tehsil Rewari) in 1821 AD, when the British frontier advanced through the acquisition of the Ajmer territory.
The district was divided into parganas by Britishes, various parganas were given to petty chiefs and granted as jagirs in lieu of military services rendered by them. These jagirs were gradually resumed and came under the direct management of the British; the last of the important changes took place in 1836 AD. There after, the district remained unchanged until the 1857 uprising. In 1858 AD It was transferred from the North Western Provinces to Punjab. In 1861, the district was rearranged into five tehsils Gurgaon, F.P.Jhirka, Nuh, Palwal & Rewari.
GURGAON MASTER PLAN 2031
The Gurgaon Master Plan 2031 is now out. Some of the SEZ designated zone land has been converted to 7 new residential/commercial sectors. Some of the mysterious changes in 2031 plan are – increase in the size of sector 37-D, allotting the whole land piece in between GadoliKhurd& old sector-37 D to builder Ramprastha. However,the change of land use from SEZ to residential/commercial sectors will allow more residential space in the new sectors creating a high density residential cluster in Gurgaon, which will make it the residential core of Gurgaon.
The changes from theMasterplan 2025 as seen on Masterplan 2031 comprises of land on the northern side of Pataudi Road being converted into residential and commercial zones as well. New sectors — 95A, 95B, 89A, 89B, 88A, 88B and 99A — have been proposed in this area covering villages like Wazirpur, Hayatpur, Mohammedpur, GarouliKhurd, GarouliKalan and Harsaru. Interestingly, villagers from these areas claim that a lot of Real Estate developers have already purchased land from them. Similarly, Master Plan 2025 proposed a Transport Nagar spread across 28 hectares in Sector 33. This was to be developed by HUDA. A container depot had also been proposed adjoining Delhi-Rewari railway line. A Mass Rapid Transit System Corridor (MRTSC) along the NPR was proposed. Another MRTSC was proposed along Mehrauli road to extending up to the proposed 90-metre link road with Delhi via Gwalpahari.
But now the latest plan has approximately 50 hectares reserved for wholesale markets of building material, grain and vegetable market in Sector 99-A, on the northern side of railway line along newly proposed 75 metre-wide road. Also, a nearby area of 40 hectares has been reserved for idle parking where heavy vehicles can be parked. The changes in the master plans between 2025 and 2031 look substantial only on paper as emphasis has been put on developing the infrastructure to keep pace with the explosive growth of the city. This is good as it would be a step towards meeting the demand for housing in the Delhi NCR. However, what needs to be seen is that what would be the costs of the FSI and what would be the landed costs to the developers and eventually the cost to the end user. What needs to be understood is that the demand still lies in housing for young people who can afford between 50 lakhs to 1 cr, based on what they can borrow and what they earn. The impact on prices would be required to be seen.
GURGAON SECTOR MAPS
DLF CITY MASTER PLANS
A place we find the happiness and pleasure by is none other than the destination to the home. At present, to get the home, this comes easy anywhere but does not suffice to all the expectations everyone stands for. The better conveniences with peaceful environment have been a dreamlike. The growth in the population all over the globe is witnessed to never come with green and tranquil living.
In addition to the availability of good infrastructure and basic facilities in the vicinity, connectivity today is a major deciding factor while buying a property. Road connectivity has a massive impact on real estate development and prices. It comes as a little surprise that Dwarka Expressway is poised to become the New Shangrila and centre of Gurgaon. It has become a significant real estate investment destination owing to its vast potential for robust growth and expansion in the coming years. It provides an immaculate blend of strategic location, varied residential options, world-class amenities and easy accessibility via infrastructure development in the area.
Spread over 6110 Hectares – divided into 38 sectors
Expected population by 2031 – 6 lac with the density of 300 persons per hectare
Provisions for Residential, Commercial, Institutional, Industrial, Transport & communication, Public Utilities
Residential – 5000 acres
Green + Open space – 2600 acres
Industrial Model Township (IMT)– 1600 acres
Sohna – Already a tourist destination with Sulpher-water Springs and Damdama Lake
Connectivity – Road connectivity planned from sector 63 & 64 (Golf Course Extension Road) will reduce the driving time to 15 minutes.
Bhiwadi is the fastest growing industrial town in the outskirts of Metro City Delhi. The prime industrial town of NCR and Rajasthan, Bhiwadi comprises of 3 industrial areas name Bhiwadi, Chopanki and Khushkera. This area is spread over approx. 5300 acres and at present around 1000 industries are operational. In the coming future, some very big industries like Honda Siel small car plant, Shree Cement Ltd. Lafarz & some other big business houses will be added in this industrial cluster.
Apart from business and manufacturing the infrastructure available here is also up to the standard of big city. Bhiwadi is well connected with NH-8 ( Delhi-Jaipur Highway ), SH-25 ( Alwar-Bhiwadi Road ) and Rewari Sohna Road. Rewari Railway Junction is only 20 minutes away, while it takes only 1 hour to Domestic and International Airport of Delhi. All in all well-connected township of Bhiwadi keeps you in touch with the world without the noise and pollution of a metro city.
Bhiwadi can boast ample facilities and civil amenities. Residential colonies like Ashiana, Konark Oasis apart from housing board UIT and Bhagat Singh Colony among others. A fairly good number of health care facilities which includes Private Clinics & Hospitals / Nursing Home & Govt. Hospitals are available. Shopping Complexs and Malls ( Coming Up) are also adequate & growing. Classic Golf Course, Wet & Wild Resort, Country Club Resort and Heritage Village are in proximity too.
The reputed Rotary and Lion club too are present in the city. Some well organised educational institution like Modern Public School, St. Xavior School, Starex International, DPS Rewari are to name a few. Almost all premier Banks like HDFC, ICICI, SBI, SBBJ, PNB, OBC, BOB, Yes Bank, etc. have their branches in Bhiwadi. Hotels, restaurants and other recreational facilities are available here.
The greatest of civilizations were formed around the areas with industrial worth. And… Dharuhera is all set to repeat history. One of the richest Industrial belts of India, it offers a promising future for real estate investment. In close proximity to Delhi, offering best value for money, Dharuhera is the dreamland for people who can't wait for their whole new life to begin.
1. Approximately 8.10 acres of area
2. Situated near the finest National Highway-8, near Gurgaon
3. Adjoining next, is the capital New Delhi, IGI & Domestic Airport
4. IMT Manesar, with upcoming SEZs, is only at 15 mins drive
5. Bhiwadi Industrial Town is right next door
6. Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway (the Pride of NCR ) will connect Punjab & UP as neighbours
7. Ample opportunities for Business, Employment & Recreation