History of Gurgaon
Gurgaon is a working hub located just across the Delhi/ Haryana state border. It's not technically a suburb since it provides more office than domestic buildings; however it is in striking distance of Delhi, so people can live/ work in either place comfortably.
Gurgaon gives the impression of a new place that is still a work in progress. Each modern building is flanked with building sites.
Places to visit
Sultanpur National Park Bird Sanctuary: Sultanpur area on the Farukhnagar Gurgaon road was a low lying marshy area which used to get inundated during monsoons. The collected brackish water attracted a large variety of animals and aquatic plants which in turn attracted migratory as well as a variety of resident birds.
The Sheetala Devi Temple is another interesting site in one of the recently developed tourist destinations in India. Situated in the outskirts of Gurgaon at one and a half kilometers, this well known Hindu temple is also called the 'Shakti Peeth'. Dedicated to Mata Sheetala Devi - the goddess of small-pox, it is visited by several pilgrims of all religions and beliefs.