Bhiwadi – Leveraging the Locational Advantage
Aqasia Homes Ltd is located in the heart of Bhiwadi, a fast-growing industrial town in the north eastern boundary of Rajasthan, a part of Alwar district.
The likely question that might spring to your mind is why Bhiwadi.
Here are our reasons for choosing this place as our first site.
Our project is located in Bhiwadi’s Sector 106A, on the Alwar express way road, spreading across 18. Although a part of Rajasthan, Bhiwadi is only 55 mins from the Indira Gandhi International Airport.
And yet reaching it is not as difficult as it sounds. As you cruise through NH-8 and the kilometres fade away quickly taking you to your destination in no time, you realise why this town, strategically sitting between Delhi, Gurgaon (40 kms away), and Jaipur (200 kms away), has slowly emerged as the darling of real estate developers, home buyers as well as industries.
The ease of connectivity is the biggest thing going for Bhiwadi-Neemrana, sitting as it does only 15 minutes from the NH-8. The NH-8, which forms a crucial part of the Golden Quadrilateral, is what makes Bhiwadi a real estate hotspot. It is because of this that this town is far away from Delhi and the NCR regions and yet not so far away.
The town is also surrounded with areas that contain important industrial complexes and IT parks like Manesar, Tapookara, Khushkhera,Chaupanki and Bawal. It is this proximity to major industrial spots that has galvanized growth in this region, attracting more and more investors.
Part of the Khushkhera-Bhiwadi-Neemrana Investment Region, which lies 50km from the alignment of the ambitious and billion-dollar Delhi Mumbai Investment Corridor (DMIC), Bhiwadi-Neemrana is also awaiting the feeder railway links to this region as well the Mass Rapid Transportation system, which will run from Gurgaon to Neemrana.
According to the Investment Advisory Report by Knight Frank, 40,000 acres has already been allotted by the government in the Bhiwadi- Neemrana area for a “Global City” that will house over 1 million people. Apart from an independent airport that is being planned for the Bhiwadi region, other proposed developments in the area include a Cyber City, a Medi-City, a Knowledge City, an Entertainment City, SEZs, a World Trade City and Bio-diversity Park.
The Rajasthan government has even allotted 2,500 acres to Japanese companies to set up their operations in Bhiwadi-Neemrana area.
With numerous industries setting up base in the nearby areas of Bhiwadi-Neemrana, Dharuhera, Tapukhera, Khushkhera, Chopanki, Bawal, demand for housing also boomed, attracting real estate developers. The town has now become the address of affordable housing, resort-like luxury residences as well as integrated townships.
Compared to its starry neighbour Gurgaon, Bhiwadi boasts of an excellent water supply system, affordable and quality housing and better facilities of living at a much lower costs. With such a combination, its no wonder why Bhiwadi has been courting so much attention in the recent times from real estate developers and industries alike.
For home buyers, affordable housing seems to be big draw. With rapid industrial development in the area, home buyers know they will fetch higher returns on investment in no time. Plus, the town provides all basic amenities like piped water, schools, transportation, hospitals, telecom networks, banks, etc.
Apart from the industrial boom that has also got big names like Honda and Toyota announcing factories and expansions, homes investors are also banking hugely on the upcoming Kundli-Manesar-Palwal expressway, which should work the connectivity magic even better.
With Bhiwadi poised to become the next regional centre, as proposed by the NCR Regional Plan 2021, it could not get any better than this for home owners and investors alike.
The revered Jain Temple at Tijara is only a 15-minutes drive from Aqasia
Standing 12 kms away from the site of Aqasia is the famous Jain Temple of Tijara. Built in 1956 in the historic town of Tijara, in Alwar, this temple draws lakhs of pilgrims and tourists every year. The temple was built after the miraculous recovery of a beautiful idol of Bhagwan Chandra Prabhu – the Eighth Jain Tirthankara at the site. The 15-inch idol is built of white stone and stands along with another black-stone idol of the Bhagwan in Padmasana pose, which was discovered near the temple at a later date. Both the idols are installed in a serene and beautiful temple, rectangular in shape, and possessing marvellous architectural features. The idols themselves are exquisitely carved and have an innate brilliance that seems to touch the heart of every visitor who knocks on the doors of the temple. The recovery of the idols, say historians, proves that Tijara was an important Jain pilgrimage centre that was destroyed in the medieval period.
Locals believe that the town has grown and prospered ever since the discovery of the idols of Bhagwan Chandra Prabhu. It is also widely believed that Darshan of the shrine gives immense peace to the mind. Devotees also believe that the ghee of the Akhanda Jyoti and the dust of the site where the idol was found has magical properties and can cure of ills and sorrow.
The temple is also known for its stunning work of glass and colourful paintings based on mythological characters.