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Faridabad, Harayana

Faridabad is a southeastern town in the state of Haryana founded in 1607 AD by Shaikh Farid, Emperor Jehangir's treasurer. Located 30 kms south of Delhi, it is planned in a semi circle with the Industrial area along the circumference surrounding the town. One of the oldest towns in Haryana, it is a bustling industrial town, although the district itself is the 12th one to be formed. To protect the Delhi-Agra High Road, Faridabad was constituted a municipality in 1867.

Travel Information :-
Rail : Local trains connect Faridabad to Delhi and surrounding areas.

Road : Harayana Roadways has a fleet of buses connecting the city to the neighboring cities.