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Greater Noida Culture

Greater Noida Culture

greater noida culture

Greater Noida Culture: Historically, Dankaur, Bisarkh, Rampur Jagir, and Nalgadha villages have many memories. The ancient temple of Dronacharya at Dankaur and Riswan’s father Vishwashrava Rishi at Bisarkha still exists. Ram Prasad, a well-known revolutionary who escaped from the Mainpuri conspiracy in 1919, went underground for a while during the freedom struggle at Rampur Jagir village in Greater Noida and translated books while feeding fodder to goats. In the village of Nalagarh, located on the banks of the Noida Greater Noida Expressway, Bhagat Singh conducted several bomb tests while underground. Even today a huge stone is preserved there. During the erstwhile British rule, on 11 September 1803, the British architect F. Noida’s golf course complex was built as a memorial to the decisive battle between the British Army and the Maratha Army. Was performed by Lisman, reflecting the memory of British General Gerrard. Lake. The “Jeetgarh Pillar” still appears from a distance.