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Sheetala Devi Temple
The Sheetala Devi Temple is located on the border of Gurgaon. It is dedicated to Goddess Sheetala Devi, who is the goddess of small-pox. People from all over the country worship the goddess.
The Damdama Lake is located off the Alwar Road, a few kilometers from Gurgaon in the southern region. Tourists can enjoy many facilities like boating, adventure activities, camping site, hovercraft, motel wing, conference hall, bar and restaurant.
Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary
The Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary is located at a distane of 16 kilometers from Gurgaon. Dr. Salim Ali founded this sanctuary and currently more than hundred types of birds are preserved here like rosy pelicans, ruddy duck, Saras, spot bill and crane. Tourists can make use of hide outs and watch towers to view the birds. There is also a museum in the premises of the sanctuary.
About 45 kilometers from Gurgaon lies the town of Nuh. One can visit the tomb of Sheikh Musa, the constructions is a mix of the Rajput and Muslim architectural style.
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