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7 Things You don’t Know about Noida

Noida is a part of National Capital region in India. Though Noida falls under Uttar Pradesh but still it is one of the important and growing business hub as it is just very close to Delhi. NOIDA is the short form of New Okhla Industrial Development Authority. Noida is about 20 kilometers away from Delhi. Noida is has another extended part which is known as Greater Noida. Noida is on the tail of Aravali hills so greenery is all round. Natural beauty is present there. You can find different kinds of birds, plantation all around in the farming area or lands. There are various kind of trees such as mango, Jamun, Guava trees and banyan, Sheesham and Peepal plants are found all round. Nature wise Noida is very beautiful. You can find the freshness in the air.

7 Things You don't Know about Noida

The things which makes Noida special:

There are many things we don’t know about Noida.

The Great India Place
The Great Indian Place is the shopping mall in Noida which is one of the largest operational mall in India. The Great Indian Mall is in sector 38 A and was developed by Unitech. It has all the famous brands, movie hall, and food court.

Okhla Bird Sanctuary
Okhla Bird Sanctuary is one of best bird sanctuary throughout the country. It has near about 320 various species of birds. It contains some of the rare species of birds. This sanctuary was established in the year 1990.It is a residence of various migrated bird.

Entertainment city
Entertainment city is known as the “Disney Land of India”. It is completely comfortable with lots of fun. It has various different sectors for different age group. It is situated over 100 acres of land and has thirty different rides.

Akshardham Temple
It is one of the beautiful temples. It has a twelve minute boat ride on the boats known as Sanskruti Vihar. This temple also has a beautiful garden and a musical fountain. It also has a research center known as Aarsh research center. This temple depicts the ten thousand old Hindu religion and its culture.

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Damdama Lake
Damdama is one of the biggest natural lakes in Haryana. It is one of ideal place for picnic. It has huge facilities of Paragliding, hot ballooning, rock climbing, cycling and many more.

Kalindi Kunj
It is another great place for picnic and outing. Kalindi Kunj has beautiful lawns and fountains. Kalindi Kunj is situated at the banks of the river Yamuna. You can have a beautiful sight seeing while watching the birds.

Noida Golf course
It is one of the oldest golf course which was there from the British Period. It also contains some historical monuments. The surrounding area is beautifully maintained which as bar, restaurants for your convenience.

Noida is easily reachable via train, roadways and air. Noida is simply a beautiful place as per nature. Noida is a blend of nature and industrialism. Though it got modernized still there the serenity of the place lies.

About Indrani Banerjee

Indrani Banerjee
Indrani is born and brought up in West Bengal-the state which is enriched with culture. Her educational qualification consists of Masters in English and Masters in Human Resource. She loves to deal with people and keeps desire to do something remarkable as she believes that there are only two resources on the earth-one is environment and another is human that’s why career wise she works as an HR Generalist. Reading and writing on varied articles is one of her desired extra curriculum activity. She loves to talk, spend quality time with friends and family. She is quiet travel freak. Among her hobbies cooking will take a very important place. She loves to do embroidery and paintings. Rather than that she is from a cultural background so dancing and painting is also added in her extra curriculum activities. For her family is most important and she lives for them .And she also believes whatever she is today because of them. She believes in God. She always believes that:”Learn from yesterday, live for today and hope for tomorrow”.

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