Chhatarpur Temple

Chhatarpur Temple

Situated in the posh locality of South Delhi, i.e. Chhatarpur, Chhatarpur Temple is dedicated to Goddess Katyayani, a part of Navadurga. Founded by Baba Sant Nagpal Ji in 1974, the temple is the second largest in all of India after Akshardham Temple (which is also in Delhi). Popular for its fabulous lattice screen work (jaali design), the shrine is a masterpiece of spectacular architecture which is an amalgamation of South and North Indian designs. Besides the presiding deity, the complex has smaller chambers dedicated to idols of different gods including Maa Mahishasurmardini, Ram-Darbar, Radha-Krishna, Shiv-Parvati, Laxmiji, Ganeshji, Hanumanji etc. The highlight of the mandir is the opulent ‘Shayya Kaksh’ which is the resting room for Goddess Katyayani; the room houses a bed and dressing table made of silver.
Sprawling over a vast area of approximately 70 acres, the temple is plonked by thousands of deities every day. A sacred tree in the compound is also a revered site of worship. People tie a thread around it and make a wish; it is believed that the tree has supernatural powers and wishes made with faith, fervour and a religious temperament do come true. Navratri is the major festival at the temple and is celebrated with much zeal and enthusiasm; the management also provides langar food to over a lac devotees during the occasion.

Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary

A perfect weekend getaway from Delhi, Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary is an amazing escape, especially for nature lovers and birding enthusiasts. It is home to a number of migratory birds and is a great spot for spotting the various species, especially during winters. Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary is located at a distance of 40 kilometres from Dhaula-Kuan in Delhi on the Gurgaon-Farukh Nagar Road. There are astonishing 250 species of birds here during the peak season, i.e. September and during winters.
Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary has been declared to be a National Park by the Haryana Government and is home to a plethora of resident and migratory birds. The varied species of migratory birds flock here after covering incredible distances from various parts of Europe, Siberia and Central Asia. To make the process of bird watching more feasible, there are about four towers erected at different points of this property.


Also known as the Greater Gurugram or Southern Gurugram, Sohna is a municipal district in the Gurgaon district of Haryana located on the Delhi - Alwar Highway. Interestingly enough, the town derives its name from the word "Sona" (gold), which refers to the golden dust that blows in the area, especially after heavy rainfall. Set at the foot of Aravalli hills, the place is surrounded by hilly terrain. It is a popular weekend getaway spot for families and couples because of its medicinal water spring, Shiva temple, and Damdama lake. Moreover, Sohna is fast becoming a preferred weekend getaway for the city folk in New Delhi as well as Haryana due to the number of attractions present in and around it. These include the Ruins of Kamboj, hot water springs called Shiv Kund, Gora Barak Mosque, Damdama Lake and many more such getaways.
Sohna is also famous for being the site of the annual vintage car rally held every year in the month of February. Car collectors from all over India come to display their collection of vintage beauties including Rolls Royce, Aston Martins, and Austins. The rally also awards trophies to car owners based on their performance, maintenance, and restoration. Every year, the event draws hundreds of tourists who throng to witness these vintage beauties in action.

Cyber Hub

Cyber Hub, Gurgaon is primarily a food-cum-entertainment destination located in Gurugram, close to the national capital state of Delhi. This swanky venue is dominated by leading restaurants, pubs, and lounges as well as a few shopping places on its premises. Cyber Hub, Gurgaon is a great place to simply chill out with friends or to spend a relaxing Sunday with family. In fact, it is located just next to the Cyber City, which is a corporate park housing top IT and Fortune 500 Companies. In fact, Cyber Hub caters mostly to the working crowd of this area.
The strategic location of Cyber Hub, just beside a popular industrial area on the NH-8, ensures that the place is always buzzing with people and is especially crowded during weekends. The open area and various theme parties give the place a unique edge. This uptown party hub is famous for its lively nightlife and is a heaven for food lovers and party animals.
Some of the best bars cum restaurants that the city boasts of include Frazier Cafe, Hard Rock Cafe and Imperfecto. There is also a gaming area, where you can enjoy fantastic indoor games. Cyber Hub is one place that you definitely cannot miss out on your next visit to Delhi or Gurugram, to experience fun, food and leisure all rolled into one.

Cyber Hub


Manesar is a unique combination of modern and traditional lifestyles and is an upcoming destination that needs to be visited on your next road trip from Delhi to Jaipur. It is highly advised to you spent at least a day in this town to experience its farm tourism, its spas and relax, before you head out on a long journey ahead.
Manesar is a developing industrial suburb and is fast turning into a preferred destination to experience the rugged rural life. The place is famous for its rustic life and the majestic views of the wonderful Aravali Hills offered by it. Moreover, Manesar's farm tourism is considered to be a must-stop on the journey towards Jaipur. There are a few resorts in Manesar which offer a rural Haryanvi experience. Based on a concept similar to that of Choki Dhani of Jaipur, these resorts offer different activities for an entire day and campfires by the night. Overall, Manesar gives the people of Delhi an interesting rural offbeat experience and a good change from the usual city life.

Vintage Car Museum, Gurgaon

Vintage Car Museum was established to explore the history of transportation in India. It exhibits a stunning collection of actual pre-mechanised and mechanised transportation including automobiles, railways, aircraft, etc. Technology buffs, especially those interested in the history of transportation in India, are bound to visit the museum. The museum also partners with schools and research centres to provide material for research and documentation on the subject.

Damdama Lake

Damdama Lake is a beautiful lake 24 km south of Gurugram, off the Gurugram-Alwar road. It is around 64 km i.e. an hour's drive away from New Delhi and has a calm and peaceful vibe about it. The lake was commissioned by the British in 1947 for rainwater harvesting. In its current form, however, what makes Damdama Lake enticing is that it is home to over 190 species of native and migratory birds. In monsoons, water levels reach as high as fifty feet and this is when most of the migratory birds are spotted. Damdama Lake is the biggest lake in Haryana and stretches to almost three thousand acres. It is a popular place for picnics as well as for on-site training for corporate team-building exercises.
Surrounded by the rocky Aravalli hills and an uneven but exciting topography, this scenic lake is a perfect getaway for people in and around New Delhi, Delhi, and Gurgaon. Damdama Lake also has many resorts that offer adventure sports and paddle boating on the lake. Rock Climbing enthusiasts may indulge and try out their skills at the Aravalli Hills with difficult terrain. The water level of the lake has an average height of twenty meters but soars up to fifty meters during monsoons and covers a vast area of more than three thousand acres.

Sheetla Mata Mandir

Mata Sheetala is a Hindu goddess widely worshipped in North India, West Bengal, Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan as the pox-goddess. She is the Goddess of sores, ghouls, pustules and diseases in Hindu mythology.
The temple is popular for its festival in the Chaitra month of Hindu calendar i.e. between March and April.

Sai Ka Angan Temple

Dedicated to Sai Baba, Sai Ka Angan Temple expands over an area of 3344 square metres. The complex is built in the shape of a cave and has important aspects of Sai Baba's life in Shirdi replicated in his memory. The idol of Sai Baba is installed under a Neem Tree and the place around it is lit with oil lamps. Hymns written for Baba are sung often while devotees can meditate and soak in the divine vibe of the temple complex.

Appu Ghar, Gurgaon

Appu Ghar was the first amusement park of the country, first opening its doors in 1984, commemorating the 1982 Asian Games. The lovable mascot of the games 'Appu' was the mascot of the park. While it was running till 2008, it shut down temporarily and was reopened in Gurgaon in 2014 behind Huda City Centre where it houses the Oyster Beach and Great India Place, Gurgaon.
Their Skyfall is the tallest ride in India, and along with rides like OMG (Oh My Gurgaon), Rapid Racer, Typhoon Tunnel and Lazy and Crazy River, you are sure to experience some real thunder! You can also have a feel of an actual beach while lazying on the loungers put up next to the wave pool or even avail of privacy while enjoying the activities of the park in your personal cabana. It has a wonderful food court that serves up refreshing mocktails and has four multi-speciality restaurants - Southern Bay, Aroma Coast, Tidal Tadka and Langkawi Bay. Head out to Appu Ghar to snap out from the daily buzz and din of the city and spend a day all to yourself with your loved ones in the super-entertaining and relaxing ambience of this place!

Appu Ghar, Gurgaon

Oysters Beach Water Park

Oysters Beach Water Park is a water themed park with a number of rides, slides and pools including thunderstorm, pirate station, torpedo, rapid racer, cruiser, lazy river and rain dancing, etc. to suit every age group and everyone's preference. It is a perfect recreational centre to visit on a hot sunny day for family outings. The park has enough facilities to make their guests feel comfortable and offer a memorable experience.

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