Bahadurgarh is a suburb of Delhi in the North Indian state of Haryana. It is located in the Jhajjar district and constitutes a part of the collection of suburbs around Delhi, known as the National Capital Region or NCR. The Delhi border is at a distance of 2 km. It is said that the city was founded by the Mughal king Alamgir II. Later the Baloch kings who received the land from the Mughals named it Bahadurgarh from Sharafabad in 1754.
Places to Stay
Delhi is one of the best options in the area for lodging and dining. There are a couple of good budget hotels in the city. Some of the options which are worth a try are Rama Inn (Tariff – Rs. 900), Woodland Deluxe (Tariff – Rs. 500), Ashoka Continental Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 600), Shangri-La Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 700) and others.
The official language of Bahadurgarh is Haryanvi. Hindi is also widely used and understood.
The important festivals celebrated are Holi in March, Hanuman Jayanti and Dusshera in September-October, Guru Nanak Gurpurab and Diwali in November.
Places of Interest
The area in itself may not have anything interesting to offer. However, Delhi as a city, however, will not disappoint you as a tourist. Some of the places which are worth a visit are India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Palika Bazar, Chandni Chowk, Birla Mandir, Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Qutub Minar and others.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi at a distance of 34 km.
The New Delhi Railway Station is the nearest major railway station at a distance of 34 km.
Mostly state transport buses cater to the needs of passengers in the region. A few smaller private operators are active too. When you are booking your tickets through Ticketgoose.com, look out for bus ticket coupons and save money.