The Bundh Project

Before urbanisation, Gurugram was formerly home to several Bundhs, a traditional flood control, and groundwater recharging structure. As Gurugram evolved to become the millennium city, several areas were engulfed and turned into inaccessible stretches of garbage dumps; Chakkarpur - Wazirabad bundh is one such area.

IndiGoReach, under the Bundh Project has worked towards the transformation of a 2.7 km stretch of the Chakkarpur - Wazirabad bundh, where illegal sewage dumping was rampant.

The bundh now stands as a ‘Green Lung’ for Gurugram and is a safe and accessible place for commuters, cyclists and joggers alike.

Some key points of the Bundh project include:

  • Plantation of native Aravalli trees.
  • Construction of separate tracks for walking, jogging and the differently-abled including a tactile path for visually impaired pedestrians and separate gates for cyclists and wheelchair users.
  • Use of perforated pipes and mud as a foundation to replenish the groundwater level.
  • Improving the drainage system.
  • Creation of water channels to enhance the natural flow of water.
  • Rainwater harvesting and recharge of groundwater.
  • Installation of solar lamps and dustbins.

Our responsibility does not end here we also regularly clean and maintain this stretch. We strive to do our bit for a greener city and promote recreational activities in a safe surrounding. 

Few glimpses of this initiative

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