Kundli

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Kundli is an old village and a modern industrial area of Amritsar Delhi Kolkata Industrial Corridor, on Delhi Western Peripheral Expressway and Grand Trunk Road (NH 44) as well as the planned Delhi-Sonipat Rapid Regional Rail Transport System (RRTS), on Delhi-Haryana border in Rai tehsil of Sonipat district in the state of Haryana.

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Kundli is 8.604 km from its tehsil headquarters at Rai. Kundli is located 1.6 km (1 mile) north of the Singhu Border, 9.2 km (5.7 miles) southeast of Sonipat city center, 31 km (19.3 miles) northwest of central Delhi and 221 km (137 miles) from its state headquarters Chandigarh.[1] Other villages in Rai Mandal are Akbarpur Barota, Assawarpur, Aurangabad, Badhmalik, Badkhalsa, Bahalgarh, Bazidpur Saboli, Bhaire Bankipur, Bhowapur, Bindhrloi, Chhatehara.

Nearby villages with distance are Sersa (0.936 km), Janti Kalan (3.181 km), Nangal Kalan (3.550 km), Rasoi (3.633 km), Aterna (4.152 km), Bazidpur Saboli (4.209 km), Nathupur (4.536 km).

Kundli Industrial Area[edit]

Kundli Industrial Area is one of the important Industrial areas, of west Delhi and east of Sonipat. It is the location of National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management (NIFTEM), an upcoming premier research institute of food science by the union Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MoFPI)[2], Government of India. To its west lie Rajiv Gandhi Education City in Sonipat city and Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology in Murthal, and to its east lie the Samaypur Industrial Area at Samaypur, Badli Industrial Area at Badli and Delhi Technological University[3] India. It is also connected by the under implementation Delhi-Sonipat Metro extension of Yellow line to be completed in Phase iV by March 2022.[4]

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