Gurgaon Has Epic History To Itself

History is something which strengthens the roots along with inculcating strong moral values. It is not just important to describe from where we came from, but also to show the efforts and rich intellect involved with our ancestors. Like the famous British history of our country, the city of Gurgaon also has a strong and rich heritage associated with it which dates back to the famous Indian epic of ‘Mahabharata’.

This land which is now a home for fully furnished apartments in Gurgaon, was once land where the Pandavas and Kauravas were given spiritual and archery teachings, by their teacher or ‘Guru Dhronacharya’.

Guru Dhronacharya was not just their teacher but was also involved in state of affairs for the kingdom of Hastinapur. He was a highly respected individual who achieved great virtue and value due to his valour and teachings to the most righteous student ‘Arjun’ and others.

Not only known for his teachings, he was also the man, who himself could achieve great things through his zeal and will. He was one of the prime soldiers of the great army of the Kauravas in the battle of Mahabharata.

The land of Gurgaon, was a part of Hastinapur, which was given to the Guru, as a means of Guru Dakshina by his students, where he lived and imparted his teachings, hence it came to be called as ‘Guru Gram’ or ‘Guru Gaon’. Guru Dhronacharya resided in that place with his wife Mata Sheetla and old Gurgaon has a temple dedicated to Mata Sheetla till date. This is now a city of various dreams and fulfilments which have many corporates and townships where one can invest smartly in the property like flats in Gurgaon.


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