In the Mewat District of Haryana, which is an Indian state, the city of Nuh is situated. It is the district headquarters of the district of Mewat. From the city of Nuh, the distance of New Delhi is 70 Kms and that of Gurgaon is 45 Kms. On the Delhi-Alwar Highway, near to Gurgaon, this city of Nuh is situated. The elevation of this place is 190 meters above the sea level. The existence of the city of Nuh can be read back to the time of Aryans and Tughlaq dynasty.
THINGS TO SEE IN NUH
Numerous memorials are located in the city. Not much have been studied about all the memorials that are present here and it will take some time before every fact is known to the public. The Shaking Monument and the Chui Mai Pond are some of the monuments located in the city.
The major attractions of Nuh are the age old relics and the locations of religious importance. The Shaking Monuments mirrors the work of great architecture and engineer. It has been constructed in a genius way, such that when one of the pyramids is shaken, a trembling sensation can be felt in the adjacent one as well. However, due to lack of proper supervision and administration, the pyramids are now in a bad shape at present.
Beautiful carvings and chattris made out of red colored sandstone are present on the age old tank called the Water Tank. The temple dedicated to Shiva and the natural water reservoir which is located in the small village named Nallad below the Aravalli Hills are some of the other attractions, where tourists should visit. For the people who follow Hindu religion, the Shiva Temple reflects a spiritual importance. During their banishment, this temple was the abode for the Pandavas.
Many a number of remains of historical significant which are in existence since the 14th century can be seen here. This town of Nuh was a major business hub during the rule of Ghasera’s Bahadur Singh. Some of the important memorials of him consist of the mosque and Bahadur Khan Nahir’s tomb. The interesting architectural styles and the red sandstone carvings are the highlights of the memorials.
An interesting mixture of Muslim and Rajput architectural styles can be seen in this town of Sheikh Musa. Another intriguing place is the little hamlet of Kotla, which is situated at a distance of 7 Kms. The village contains old relics of historical importance.
HOW TO REACH NUH
By road: Numerous buses, both private and state transport buses ply between Nuh and different cities like Delhi, Rajasthan etc.
By rail: The Indira Gandhi International Airport is the closest air terminal located to Nuh. The distance between the air terminal and the town of Nuh is mere 70 Kms.
By air: Gurgaon has the closest railway station. It is situated at a distance of 45 Kms from the town of Nuh.