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Indiabulls Sonepat Township
2 BHK, 3 BHK, 4 BHK, Penthouse & Villa
1345 Sq.ft To 4843 Sq.ft
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Indiabulls Township at Sonepat is a new residential project which is also one of the high class living space in the vicinity. This project covers more than 150 acres of land on which this project is developed by Indiabulls real estate ltd. Sonepat is a blend of entertainment, commercial needs, recre...

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  • Sonipat also known as Swarnaprastha in ancient times is a town and a Municipal Council in Haryana state of India.
  • It comes under the National Capital Region (NCR) and is around 20 kms from the capital Delhi.
  • The Yamuna River runs along its eastern boundary.
  • On 22 December 1972, Sonipat was carved out of Rohtak and made a full-fledged district.
  • According to legend, Sonipat was earlier known as Sonprastha, which later on became Swarnprastha, meaning the Golden City, derived from two Sanskrit words, swarn (gold) and prasth (place).
  • Later, the name Swarnprastha changed into Swarnpath, and then to its current name Sonipat or Sonepat.
  • Reference to the city can also be found in the epic Mahabharata, Sonipat was founded as Swarnaprastha by the five Pandava brothers.
  • It was one of the five towns demanded by Yudhisthira as the price of peace from Duryodhana and in lieu of the kingdom of Hastinapur.
  • The other four villages were Panprastha (Panipat), Baghprastha (Baghpat), Tilprastha (Tilpat) and Indraprastha.
  • Another legend ascribed it to Raja Soni, the thirteenth descendent of Arjuna, one of the Pandava brothers.
  • The town was therefore already in existence around 600 B.C.


  • Tomb of Khwaja Khizr: It houses the remains of the saint and son of Darya Khan who lived during the rule of Ibrahim Lodhi. The structure was built between 1522 and 1525 AD. The tomb stands on an elevated platform and is one of the few monuments where red sandstone along with 'kankar' blocks has been used. The ceiling is decorative and made of multicolor floral designs.
  • Yamuna River: The main water system in the district is the Yamuna River and the irrigation canals flowing out of it. The river flows besides the rural belt in the eastern side of district. It also acts as a natural boundary between the states of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.
  • Mughal Buildings: There are several Mughal buildings on the outskirts of the city, including the Mosque of Abdullah Nasir-ud-din, who was a descendant of Mushid of Iran.
  • Food: Sonipat is famous for its monsoon time sweet dish ghevar and it's Dhabas (local restaurants) at Murthal on Grand Trunk Road. Sonipat's sub-part Gohana is famous for its jalebi, a traditional Indian sweet.


  • Sonipat is located at 28.98°N 77.02°E.
  • It has an average elevation of 224.15 meters above sea level (735.4 feet).
  • Sonipat borders Delhi, the national capital, to the south, Panipat district to the north, Uttar Pradesh state to the east and Rohtak district to the west.
  • The total area of Sonipat district is 2,260 km.
  • Topographically, Sonipat district is divided into three regions, the Khadar, Upland Plain and Sandy Region.
  • Sonipat city lies on the upland plains, which are covered with old alluvium, which, if properly irrigated, is highly productive.
  • Broadly speaking, the district is a continuous part of the Haryana-Punjab Plain, but the area is not level in some parts.
  • Sonipat District has fine loamy soil with a rich color. However, some areas have sandy soil.
  • The climate of Sonipat is dry with a hot summer and a cold winter.
  • The weather becomes milder during the monsoon period (July to September).
  • The post-monsoon months of October and November constitute a transition period prior to the onset of winter.
  • The winter starts in December when day and night temperatures fall rapidly. January is the coldest month when the mean daily minimum temperature is 6 to 7 °C.
  • During cold waves, the minimum temperature may go down to the freezing point of water, and frosts can occur.
  • During the summer months of May and June, the maximum temperature sometimes reaches 47 °C.
  • The temperature drops considerably with the advancement of the monsoon in June. However, the night temperature during this period continues to be high.


  • Despite recent industrial development, Haryana is primarily an agricultural state. The main crops are wheat, rice, sugarcane, cotton, oilseeds, pulses, barley, maize and millet.
  • Dairy farming forms an essential part of the rural economy.
  • Animal husbandry has been taken up as an integral component of diversified agriculture.
  • Industrial development in the city started in the 1950s with Atlas Cycles.
  • Since then, many small and big industries have been established here.
  • Sonipat has four industrial areas (Sonipat, Kundli, Rai, Barhi) which contain numerous small- and medium-scale industries.
  • Some notable industries with a presence here are:
  • Atlas Cycle Industry was started in 1951 and today it is one of the largest manufacturers of bicycles in the world.
  • Electric Construction & Equipment Co. Ltd., a BK Birla group company, also known as ECE or the Birla factory manufactures transformers and switchgear.
  • Osram India was formerly part of E.C.E., but in October 1998 it was acquired by Osram group. It manufactures electric bulbs, compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and tubelights.


  • Haryana Government is coming up with several housing schemes and infrastructure projects of different scales in Sonepat.
  • Some of the major projects on the anvil here include:
  • Water Works in Hulaheri, Kasandi, Katwal, Banwasa and Givana Village.
  • Development of 132 K.V. Sub-Station in Bhanderi.
  • Widening of roads from Bahalgarh-Sonipat-Gohana-Jind to Sonepat district and Mission Chowk to Kalupur Chungi.
  • Bypass, Phase 2, Sonipat Kami Road and Gohana Road.
  • Construction of PWD rest house in Rai Sonipat.
  • Extra 2 lane over bridge on Kharkhoda Road.
  • 1758 EWS Flats for BPL Families in Sonipat.
  • Health facilities in Sisana, Dubheta, Murthal and Bega.


  • Kundli, Sonipat, and Panipat are being talked about as the future destinations for urban living with fast paced infrastructure development and modern lifestyle projects comprising residential, commercial, industrial and educational set-ups.
  • Compared to other parts of the NCR, especially Gurgaon and Noida, realty prices in these regions are still stable and promise investors good returns.
  • The 5,000-acre Rajiv Gandhi Education City in Sonipat, the petrochemical hub in Panipat, a new Mandi at Narela, etc, have put Kundli, Sonipat, and Panipat on the priority list of homebuyers looking for cheaper options to NCR.
  • Experts say that the coming of MNCs, BPOs, and the IT sector in particular, is likely to change the realty urbanscape of the Sonipat, Kundli and Panipat regions along NH-1.
  • The fast developing region has already attracted several top realty players like TDI, Ansal API, Jindal Real Estate, Eldeco, Parker, Omaxe, Parsvnath, Vardhman, Apex Developers, etc, which are lining up projects in various IT parks, SEZs, the biotech city, the cyber city, the fashion city.
  • A host of entertainment malls and FECs are also coming up in the region.
  • Omaxe Group is developing Omaxe City, an integrated township on 357 acres in Sonipat.
  • The project offers plots, villas, independent floors and commercial space. An environment-friendly township, the project also offers several facilities like schools, a hospital, shopping mall and recreational zones.
  • Located just a few kilometres away from northwest Delhi, the demand for residential and commercial space at Sonipat is huge.
  • Professionals and businessmen are now eyeing Sonipat for its residential properties, since the rates are very competitive compared to Delhi and NCR.
  • Eldeco Group has Eldeco County, which is an integrated township comprising expandable private villas in a lush green landscaped environment in Sector 19, Sonipat.
  • The location will have a station of the Rapid Rail Transport System, at Kundli-Sonipat, which will reduce the travel time from ISBT to Sonipat to just 20 minutes.
  • The area is proposed to be connected by Metro as well and is adjacent to the KGP and KMP expressways.
  • Many commercial and residential properties are available here on rent, as well as for outright purchase.

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