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Manesar is a fast developing industrial town situated in Gurgaon district of Haryana. Located near the city of Gurgaon, Manesar enjoys heavy influx of tourists all round the year. Manesar is located on NH 8 and it is well connected to major cities like Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, etc. English, Hindi and Haryanvi are the most common languages used at Manesar.
Manesar lies on the outskirts of the city of Gurgaon, which has earned it the name ‘New Gurgaon’. Being a part of the National Capital Region (NCR), Manesar has a well-developed infrastructure that meets the modern requirements.
Manesar was a sleeping village in its earlier days with more or less thousand dwellings. But in the nineties, the development activities to transform Manesar to a National Capital Region gained immense speed. Manesar has now become a fast growing industrial town that invites multidimensional economic investments in the area.
Today, Manesar has many reputed factories, offices, hotels and educational institutes. The headquarters of some prestigious national institutions like National Bomb Data Centre and National Brain Research Centre are located at Manesar. The training centre as well as the Head Office of the National Security Guards is also based at Manesar.
Situated on the lower Aravalli Ranges, Manesar lies on a hilltop. Besides the idyllic beauty of the Aravalli Ranges, Manesar has many places of tourist interest. Some among these tourist attractions overlap with Gurgaon. Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, Damdama Lake and Mata Sheetala Devi Temple are the well known tourist spots at Manesar. From Manesar, excursions can be taken to the outskirts of Gurgaon to visit Sohna and also to the town of Nuh, where the tomb of Sheikh Musa is located. Manesar’s proximity to Gurgaon and New Delhi attracts hordes of tourists. The best time to visit Manesar is during the winter season when the weather is cool and pleasant.