Farrukhnagar is a town and municipality in Gurgaon district of Haryana state, India. It is one of the nine managerial squares of Gurgaon area arranged 21 kilometers 13 mi from Gurgaon and offers its fringe with Jhajjar region. It is a piece of the Ahirwal area. Built up in 1732 by Faujdar Khan, the principal Nawab of Farrukhnagar and a legislative head of the Mughal Emperor Farrukhsiyar, Farrukhnagar prospered because of its salt exchange until the late nineteenth century, and was surrendered in the mid twentieth century, amid the British Raj.
Today, Mughal period landmarks, for example, Sheesh Mahal, Baoli and Jama Masjid assembled Faujdar Khan are well known guest attractions. The town is associated with Garhi Harsaru, south of Gurgaon, by railroad line. The Sultanpur National Park is arranged in Farrukhnagar hinder on Gurgaon Road. Pataudi Palace, 12 kilometers 7.5 mi from the town, is the closest royal residence. Established by Faujdar Khan, the primary Nawab of Farrukhnagar and a legislative head of the Mughal Emperor Farrukhsiyar, in 1732, Farrukhnagar prospered because of its salt exchange for a long time. Tourists come here from all over the world with their family members and friends to visit this famous place.
Currency: Rupees - INR Pincode of Farrukhnagar: 122506 Language : Hindi, English, Haryanvi Weather: Summer 28°C to 40°C Winter 12°C to 20°C