The millennial city, Gurgaon is treasured by the state of Haryana in whose boundaries it is located in, as well as the neighboring state of Delhi in proximity of which it is flourishing and touching the skies. Surrounded by the small hilly ranges of Aravalli Range, this district is bifurcated into the 3 sub-districts namely, North Gurgaon, South Gurgaon, and Pataudi. With the passage of time, the once undeveloped Gurgaon has today become the nucleus for the biggest multinational companies, swankiest shopping malls and the world-class residential projects. Owing to the direct connectivity with Delhi, Faridabad, Jaipur and Haryana, the city has compelled the people from diverse parts of the country to settle here.
Theology and Culture
With the influx of migrants from every part of the country, Gurgaon enjoys the flavors of diverse cultures, cuisines, caste, and customs. The majority of the populace in the city is an ardent follower of Hinduism, but, other faiths also coexist with love and peace. The cosmopolitan inhabitants celebrate the festivals like Holi, Diwali, Christmas, Eid, Durga Puja and others with full fanfare. Also, it forms an attractive venue for the practice of cultural music like ‘qawali’, ‘sufi’ and others, and dance forms like ‘kathak’, etc. Besides, the exhibitions, cultural events, stage shows, concerts, and theatre productions happen every day in Gurgaon. Talking of the food, the multi-cultural Gurgaon can serve any cuisine you’ve wished for!
Markets And Shopping Complexes
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