Dabua Colony is a Colony in Faridabad, Haryana, India. The original name of this Colony was Firoj Gandhi Nagar; it is tagged as Sector 50 on the Indian Airforce Map. A wide mix of cultures and people from different states reside in Dabua. It is dominated by people coming from the interiors of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar; usually in search of jobs in Delhi and NCR region. Almost 10% of Dabua is in the shadow of an air force station, which is adjacent to the residential area. The people of this area are often scared about the interruption of the defense in order to take the 300 mts beyond their boundary.
Dabua Colony has an average literacy rate of 77%, higher than the national average of 59.5%. The male literacy rate is 87% and female literacy is 59%. In Dabua Colony, 17% of the population is under 6 years of age. Dabua Colony contains many castes, 82% Hindu, 5% Muslim and the rest are from other minor religions. Dabua Colony is the central bazaar for 10–12 villages which reside nearby.There are separate market spots for food grains, vegetables and fruits.