Faridabad is the largest City and one of the major industrial hubs of Haryana. Faridabad is emerging as the IT hub for the small and medium level enterprises. The Municipal Corporation of Faridabad (MCF) provides the urban civic amenities to the citizens of Faridabad City. It is bordered by the Yamuna to the east and Aravali Hills towards the west and southwest. The Faridabad district shares its boundaries with the National Capital and Union Territory of Delhi to its north, Gurgaon district to the west and Uttar Pradesh to its east and south.
Faridabad is a massive economic engine of Haryana. Today almost all of the agricultural land has been taken over by residential housing. Many directorates of different union government ministries are headquartered in Faridabad.
Badhkal Lake located in Badkhal village, Baba Farid’s Tomb, Suraj Kund Lake, Raja Nahar Singh Palace or Ballabgarh Fort-Palace are ideal picnic or tourist spot of Faridabad. Faridabad is well connected by rail, road and sea. The National Highway-2 (Delhi-Mathura Road) passes through the city, and thus it is well connected to nearby states. The railway stations of Old Faridabad and New Industrial Township (NIT) are the major ones. There are three railway stations in the city viz. Faridabad (FDB), New Town Faridabad (FDN) and Ballabgarh (BVH). Faridabad is served by Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi.
Haryana Roadways has buses connecting the city to the neighboring cities. Metered auto rickshaws, taxis, tongas, private and state-run buses are available for local transport.
If you are looking for property or investing in Faridabad, Faridabad real estate is equipped with all basic and life style amenities. The properties in Faridabad era marked for residential purposes and the Faridabad properties has good demamd in real estate market in India. The booming of real estate Faridabad and affordable price on properties has attracted not only property buyers from neighboring cities but also to people from all over India.
Now Faridabad is the most populated and industrialized city in the whole of Haryana. It generates 60% of the revenue of the state. 50% of the income tax collected in Haryana is from Faridabad and Gurgaon. Faridabad has several regionally reputed institutes for primary and secondary education or Schools.