Gurgaon – originally “Guru-Gram’ named after Duru Dronacharya in ‘Mahabharat’. During the last decade, it has gone through some major changes and has now developed into the ‘Millennium City’ of India.
With “Car-free” days in Gurgaon, fizzling out, an alarming question stares not just the authorities but us also. Aren’t we just passing the buck and steering ourselves clean off the responsibility? Are we the culprits of lip service? Complaining of choked roads, tailbacks, pollution, bottlenecks, potholes; that is fine. But, where’s the action from our end. How can we contribute to improve our life on road? Simple, “Cycle It Out” to your Gurgaon office, whenever there is a chance. Here are a few compelling answers to your “Why” and may be a few “NOs”.
Lonely planet, the largest travel guide publisher in the world, printing over 120 million books in 11 different languages has termed Gurgaon the "New" New Delhi for its dynamism, cultural plurality, and activity affluence. In its discovery of the millennium city, Lonely Planet unearths every aspect that keeps life abuzz in Gurgaon.