India | Haryana | Nuh


Kotla is a small hamlet situated around 7 km south of Nuh in Gurgaon District of Haryana. It is a picturesque village surrounded by lush greenery, trees and hillocks. The main attractions are two magnificent monuments including a mosque and the tomb of Bahadur Khan Nahir, probably built at the end of the 14th century. In these buildings, red sandstone and grey quartzite are elegantly combined in a very effective and well-built structure. There on the ruined gateway, one can also see the inscription giving the exact date and period of building these magnificent structures.

The village has a characteristic calm and pleasant atmosphere. It can be accessed from the town of Nuh which is about 45 km south of Gurgaon on Delhi-Alwar Road. Gurgaon Railway Station is the nearest railway station. Nearest airport is at New Delhi.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Gurgaon
Location: Nuh    


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