DLF Foundation is developing a state-of-the-art crematorium in Gurugram in Sector 72A on land earmarked by the Haryana Government. In addition to the crematorium for humans, a Smriti Van is also being developed as a green corridor in remembrance of the departed souls.

This project has been designed to combine state-of-the-art facilities with environment-friendly cremation pyres in an aesthetic setting with well-designed landscaped gardens and water bodies.

The crematorium design includes CNG pyres, waiting areas and prayer hall, preparatory pavilions, an administrative block, residential quarters, digital urn lockers, and multiple parking bays. Built to the highest environmental standards, the facility will deploy the latest techniques in cremation and clean technology with CNG pyres and ventilation systems conforming to pollution norms.

Each pyre will be a standalone unit with its independent waiting and gathering area. The project, developed on 6.26 acres in Sector 72A, Gurugram, once complete, will be the largest in Gurugram along with being India’s first environment-friendly crematorium.

This 6-acre plot is part of a larger 10-acre with 4 acres of dedicated space for a Smriti Van which will be a green space adding to the peace and tranquillity and standing as a mark of respect for the departed souls.

30 CNG pyres

Waiting-cum-prayer hall

Preparatory pavilions

Residential quarters

Digital urn lockers

Multiple parking bays