Historically, there are many memories of Dankaur, Bisarak, Rampur Manor and Nalgarha villages. Dronacharya in Dankaur and the ancient temple of Ravan’s father Vishwa Shreshva Rishi in Bisarak is still present today. During the freedom struggle at Rampur Jagir village in Greater Noida, the well-known revolutionary Ram Prasad, who was absconded by the Mainpuri conspiracy in 1919, was underground for some time and translated the books while feeding the beasts of the goose. In the Nalgarh village on the edge of Noida Greater Noida Expressway, Bhagat Singh conducted several bomb-tests while underground. Even today there is a huge stone kept safe.
During the British rule in the past, on September 11, 1803, as a memorial of the decisive battle between the British Army and the Marathas army, noida’s golf course campus was built by British architect F. Lisman showing the memory of the British General Gerard Lake. “Jeetgarh Stambh”is still visible from far away.