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About Gurugram District
 It is believed that this area was granted by Yudhishthir, the eldest son of Pandava king to their teacher Dronacharya, thus, it was named after this grant as `Gurugram'. In 1858, it became a part of Punjab province. Gurugram became a district of Haryana on 1st November, 1966. 

Location and Territories
This district is a part of Gurugram division of Haryana. It is surrounded by Jhajjar district and Delhi in the North, Faridabad district in the East, Palwal and Nuh districts in the South and Rewari district in the West. 

Gurugram Famous For 
Gurugram is also known as 'Cyber City' and 'Solar City' of Haryana. Haryana Institute of Public Administration is located in the district. All Special Economic Zones (SEZs) of Haryana are located in Gurugram, except Sonipat district. Important tourist places of Gurugram district are Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary; Kingdom of Dreams entertainment centre, Damdama Lake (Sohna), Mata Sheetala Devi Temple, Sheesh Mahal, Sarai Aliwardi Masjid, Pataudi Mahal and so on. 

District Profile of Haryana 

Basic data about the district is given below:

• Headquarters - Gurugram 

• Total Area - 1258 sq km 

• Total Population - 15,14,432 

• Density - 1204 persons per sq km (Second Highest Density) 

• Literacy Rate - 84.70% (Highest Literacy Rate) 

• Sex-Ratio - 854 females per 1000 males 

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