Noida History:-The history of the development of the present city of Noida can be traced back to 1972, when the Government of Uttar Pradesh, keeping in view the increasing pressure of speculative land in the region, located near Delhi and having backward features of development, of the erstwhile district of Bulandshahr. 50 villages were declared as “Yamuna-Hindaun-Delhi border area” under the provisions of the U.P. Regulation of Building Operations Act, 1958. The controlling authority of the newly announced regulated area considered various aspects of the development of the regulated area but could not do much to establish a new urban center. Finally, on 17 April 1976, the Government of Uttar Pradesh awarded 36 villages of “Yamuna-Hindon-Delhi Border Regulated Area” to the New Okhla Industrial Development Zone (NOIDA)
As per historian Noida land treated as the Birthplace of king Ravana at a small village Bisrakh which situated in Noida of Uttar Pradesh. When the Dussehra festival treated as the whole part of India as a Raja Rama‘s victory on king Ravana, and a statue of Ravana burnt in many parts of India, but at the same time in Bisrakh local people prayers for peace to the soul of king Ravana. It is also believed that it should trigger the wrath of Ravana on the villagers if Ramlila were to be celebrated in the village. In this regard, a modern temple dedicated to king Ravana and it is under progress with a cost of more than Rs 2.2 crores and its contain a more than 40feet Shiva Linga & a 5.2 feet image of king Ravana.