Nuh, the district headquarters of Mewat District, is situated in the state of Haryana. It is situated on the Delhi-Alwar Highway in close proximity to Gurgaon at an altitude of 190 metres. The roots of Nuh can be traced to the Aryans and the Tughlaq dynasty.
There are several historical ruins around Nuh that date back to the 14th century. During the reign of Bahadur Singh of Ghasera, the town was the chief trading centre of salt. Prominent testimonies include the mosque and the tomb of Bahadur Khan Nahir. The major highlight of these testaments is the architecture and carvings on the red sandstone and grey quartzite.
The ancient remains along with the religious sites are the chief attractions of the destination. Shaking Minarets is a fine example of ancient engineering and is among the chief attractions of Nuh. Chui Mai Pond or Tank is a testament of red sandstone with a chhatri, which has beautiful floral carvings.
The town of Sheikh Musa is a fine blend of Muslim and Rajput style of architecture. Besides, the ancient ruins in the village of Kotla at a distance of 7 km attract tourists with historical flair. As per folklore, the Pandavas stayed for a brief period during their exile at the Shiva temple. This temple is situated on the base of the Aravalli Hills in Nallad and is one of the popular attractions.
Nuh is well connected to the adjacent states of Delhi, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh by an extensive network of buses. The closest airbase to the town is Indira Gandhi International Airport at a distance of 70 km, which is connected with all the major cities of India and overseas. Besides, the nearest railway junction to the town is Gurgaon located at a distance of 45 km.
The town of Nuh experiences extreme climatic conditions with hot summers and cold winters. Among all the seasons, the best time to visit the destination is between September and November due to pleasant weather conditions.