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Basai is located in Haryana
Basai is located in India
Location in Haryana, India
Coordinates: 28°27′41″N 76°59′04″E / 28.461259°N 76.98437°E / 28.461259; 76.98437Coordinates: 28°27′41″N 76°59′04″E / 28.461259°N 76.98437°E / 28.461259; 76.98437
Country  India
State Haryana
Region North India
District Gurgaon
 • Official Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 122002
ISO 3166 code IN-HR
Vehicle registration HR

Basai is a village in Gurgaon Mandal in Gurgaon District in Haryana state in India. Basai is 4 km distance from its district main city Gurgaon and 282 km distance from its state main city Chandigarh. It has a population of about 20980 persons living in around 2195 households.[1][2] Basai village is famed for Basai wetland home of endangered migrant birds, which is under threat from the unsustainable development and urbanization.[3]


Other villages in Gurgaon Tehsil are Jharsa, Gadoli, Bajghera, Bamroli, Kadipur, Khandsa, Chakkarpur, Chandu, Daultabad and Dhanwapur.

Nearby villages of this village with distance are Dhankot (2.916 km) and Sohna (30 km).


Basai Pin Code is 122006 and Post office name is Basai. Other villages in (122006) are Basai and Gadoli.

Basai wetland[edit]

The Basai village is also the location of Basai wetland, a protected wetland.

See also[edit]

  • Gurugram Bhim Kund (Hindi: गुरुग्राम भीम कुंड), also known as Pinchokhda Jhod (Hindi: पिंचोखड़ा जोहड़)


  1. ^ Local information for Choma - Location coordinates(lat long) on map, businesses, tourist places, hotels & restaurants, user added information, local resources
  2. ^ "Basai Gurgaon PinCode". Retrieved 2014-03-15. 
  3. ^ Title: Wetland facing threat in India, Publication: Times of India, Published: 18 November 2014, Accessed: 26 March 2016