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  • Rohit Jaiswal 12:28 pm on October 24, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: SS Group Gurgaon   

    SS Group Gurgoan, one of India’s foremost real estate developers, has over the last 20 years established itself as one the key players in real estate development in NCR of India.

    S.S. Group has emerged as the leader in real estate industry under the dynamic leadership of Sh. Sukhbir Singh, Chairman cum Managing Director of S.S. Group of Companies. S.S. group started giving concrete shape to the building industry by becoming a provider of land assembly services and made the business truly professional.

    It is the core value of the company that has proved itself in all the endeavors performed by the Group. The main objective of the company is to develop residential and commercial spaces in a serene environment that meet the desires of corporate and affluent classes desirous of settling in Delhi and NCR and also provide them affordability and premium security.

    The Group has handled the projects for Ansal, ITC Group, Malibu Towne, and World Trade Center etc. and has procured more than 1,000 acres of land for development. The Group planned & developed posh farm houses with world class landscaping in South Delhi for luxurious living in pollution free environment in 300 acres. In 1994, the Group started the foundation of a mega township ‘Mayfield Garden’ spread over 304 acres of land in prime location of Gurgaon. Within a span of 3 years, S.S. Group launched its another mega housing project ‘Southend’, spread over 120 acres, in joint venture with Uppals. Since then, S.S. Group has given shape to more than 20 residential projects and commercial complexes and currently has 6 million sq. ft. for development in ensuing years.

    As a step up on the ladder of success, the group has diversified in Brewery, Healthcare, Hospitality and Education.

     
  • Rohit Jaiswal 12:18 pm on October 24, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Gurgaon   

    Gurgaon is a leading financial and industrial center of India, situated in the National Capital Region near the Indian capital New Delhi in the state of Haryana. Located 19.9 miles (32 km) south-west of New Delhi, Gurgaon has a population of 876,824. Witnessing rapid urbanization, Gurgaon has become the city with the third highest per capita income in India, even though the city grapples with the problem of lack of proper infrastructure and utilities, frequent power outages and rising crime. Historically known as Guru Gram, the city’s economic growth story started with the leading Indian automobile manufacturer Maruti Suzuki India Limited setting up a manufacturing plant in Gurgaon in 1970s Today, Gurgaon is home to about 250 Fortune 500 companies.

    Gurgaon

     

    Etymology

    The origin of the city’s name can be traced back to ancient Hindu scriptures. It is believed that this land was owned by the legendary rulers Pandavas and Kauravas, who presented it to Guru Dronacharaya, their royal guru for warfare, as an appreciation of his training. The land came to be known as Guru Gram, which literally translated means “Village of the Guru”, which in due course of time got distorted to the name Gurgaon. The village still exists within the modern day city.

    History

    Gurgaon was historically inhabited by the Hindu people and in early times, it formed a part of an extensive kingdom ruled over by Rajputs of Yaduvansi or Jadaun tribe. The Rajputs were defeated by Muhammad of Ghor in 1196, but for two centuries they sturdily resisted the Muhammadian domination and they were subjected to punitive expedition. Under the rule of Feroz Shah Tughlaq, several were converted to Islam. This was followed by the invasion of Timur and the land was ruled by Khanzadas. It was then annexed by Babur.During Akbar’s reign, Gurgaon fell within the governing regions of Delhi and Agra. As the Mughal Empire started to decline, the place was torn between contending powers. By 1803 most of it came under the British rule through the treaty of Surji Arjungaon with Sindhia. The town was first occupied by the cavalry unit posted to watch the army of Begum Samru of Sirdhana. It became a part of the district, which was divided into units called parganas. These units were given to petty chiefs for the military service rendered by them. The units were governed by the rules that British kept on changing and eventually these units came under direct control of the British, with the last major change in 1836. Nothing much changed in Gurgaon until the Revolt of 1857. In 1858, it was transferred from the North-Western Provinces to Punjab Province. In 1861, the district, of which Gurgaon was a part of, was rearranged into five tehsils Gurgaon, Ferozepur Jhirka, Nuh, Palwal and Rewari[9] and the modern day city came under the control of Gurgaon teshil. In 1947, Gurgaon became a part of independent India and fell under the Indian state of Punjab. In 1966, the city came under the administration of Haryana with the creation of the new state.

     

     
  • Rohit Jaiswal 11:54 am on October 24, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Gurgaon’s long-term prospects grim   

    Gurgaon’s long-term prospects grim: Harvard Business Review 

    GURGAON: The sheen is off our Millennium City, if an article in the reputable ‘Harvard Business Review’ is anything to go by. A piece in the magazine’s July-August 2013 issue compares Gurgaon with a Vietnamese (satellite) city with a similar background and finds the former lacking in many respects.

    In his paper on “Building Sustainable Cities”, John D Macomber, a faculty member of Harvard Business School, highlights how development of Gurgaon has largely been promoted by speculative real estate developers, with little attention to master planning and little investment on roads, water and electricity. “As a result, its landscape today is a mishmash of spectacular office buildings, large vacant areas populated by stray cows and goats, decrepit low-rise buildings, and slums,” writes Macomber.

     
  • Rohit Jaiswal 11:41 am on October 24, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Ultra Luxury Residential Project   

    SS Group The Leaf Sector 85 Gurgaon 

    SS Group THE LEAF Sector-85, Gurgaon

    “SS GROUP – THE LEAF “Who doesn’t dream of owning a house and if it is with SS Group’s The Leaf  Ultra Luxury Residential Project Sector 85 Gurgaon .then you will like it all the more. The flats are so cozy that it leaves a lasting impression on the minds of people. The project that they have at Gurgaon is just mind blowing and hence there are many people who go in for the booking with them. They have been in this field for the past two decades and have been operating successfully.

     

     

     

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