division of Haryana, India
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Gurugram Division (Punjabi: ਗੁਰ੍ਗਾਓੰ ਦਿਵਿਸਿਓਂ), formerly known as Gurgaon Division, is part of the state of Haryana in northern India.


Map of Gurugram Division
  • 1 Gurugram — Delhi's burgeoning shopping and IT suburb
  • 2 Ballabgarh   — a city with several attractions such as the Raja Nahar Singh Palace
  • 3 Bhondsi — a city in a forest region with a beautiful temple on a hilltop
  • 4 Faridabad — the largest city, just south of Delhi
  • 5 Mahendragarh   — an educational hub of India with many universities and colleges
  • 6 Rewari — a city that is home to Rewari Heritage Steam Locomotive Museum

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  • 1 Jarwa Reserve — area populated primarily by the Rajpoot community


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District headquarter Mahendergarh at Narnaul. There are many historical monuments related to Mugal Ruler Akbhar and his Navratna Birbal. Monuments names are Birbal ka Chhatta, Jal Mahal etc.




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