Haryana India

Haryana is a North Indian state surrounding New Delhi on 3 sides. The Yamuna River runs along its eastern border with Uttar Pradesh. Shared with Punjab, the state capital Chandigarh is known for its modernist buildings and gridlike street plan designed by Swiss architect, Le Corbusier. The Zakir Hussain Rose Garden features 1,600 species, while its Rock Garden showcases sculptures made with recycled materials.

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In the very first verse of Bhagwad-Gita, Kurukshetra is described as DHARAMKSHETRA i.e. 'Region of righteousness'. Kurukshetra is a place of great historical and religious importance, revered all over the country for its sacred association with the Vedas and the Vedic Culture. It was here that the battle of Mahabharat was fought and Lord Krishna preached His Philosophy of 'KARMA' as enshrined in the Holy Bhagwad-Gita, to Arjuna at Jyotisar. According to Hindu mythology, Kurukshetra is spread over, a circuit of about 48 KOS, which includes a large number of holy places, temples and sacred tanks connected with the religious events/rituals, Mahabharat War and Kurus, the ancestor of Kauravas and Pandavs. Kurukshetra is intimately related to the Aryan civilization and its growth all along the sacred river Saraswati.


Gurgaon, also known as Guru Gram (village of the spiritual teacher) was named after Dronacharya, guru of Pandavas and Kauravas in Epic Mahabharata. It is said that Guru Dronacharya gave spiritual instructions to the Pandavas and the Kauravas at this place. Gurgaon has the third highest per capita income in India after Chandigarh and Mumbai. Gurgaon is known as the mall capital of India. There are over 80 malls in Gurgaon city like Sahara Mall, DLF Grand Mall, MGF Mega City and Ambience Mall among others. Gurgaon also has some interesting tourist attractions like Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, Kingdom of Dreams, Leisure Valley Park, Qutub Khan's Tomb, Damdama Lake, Sheetala Devi Temple, Stellar Children's Museum, Pataudi Palace, Sohna, Nuh, Ferozpur Jhirka, Urvashi Museum of Folklore etc.


Panipat was one of the five cities (prasthas) founded by the Pandava brothers during the times of the Mahabharata. The five villages are the "panch pat": Panaprastha (now known as Panipat), Suvarnaprastha (now known as Sonipat), Indraprastha (now known as Delhi), Vyaghraprastha became Baghpat (now known as Baghpat), Tilaprastha (now known as Tilpat) so, it's Historical Place. 

The First Battle of Panipat was fought on 21 April 1526 between Ibrahim Lodhi, the Afghan Sultan of Delhi, and the Turko-Mongol warlord Babur, who later established Mughal rule in Northern Indian subcontinent. The Second Battle of Panipat was fought on 5 November 1556 between the forces of Akbar and Hem Chandra Vikramaditya, a Hindu King of Delhi. The Third Battle of Panipat was fought on 14 January 1761 between the Maratha Empire and the Afghan and Baloch invaders. The Maratha Empire was led by Sadashivrao Bhau Peshwa with Dattaji shinde Dattaji and the Afghans were led by Ahmadshah Abdali. 


Ambala, is a city and a municipal corporation in Ambala district in the state of Haryana, India, located on the border with the Indian state of Punjab and in proximity to both states capital Chandigarh. 

Top Attractions in Ambala are Jaggi City Center, Gurudwara Panjokhra Sahib, Gurudwara Manji Sahib, Sis Ganj Gurudwara Rani Ka Talab, Jain Mandir, Holy Redeemer Church, Ambica Devi Mandir, Patel Park, Lakhnaur Sahib Gurudwara and more


Hisar is the administrative headquarters of Hisar. The city was ruled by several major powers, including the Maurya in the third century BC, the Tughlaq in the 14th century, the Mughals in the 16th century, and the British in the 19th century. After India achieved independence, it was unified with the state of Punjab. When the Punjab was divided in 1966, Hisar became part of Haryana.

Balsamand, Siswal, Banawali, Kanwari, and Rakhigarhi are some of the sites of Indus Valley Civilization of now lost ancient Drishadvati river flowing through Hisar, Drishadvati river was a tributary of ancient Sarasvati River which still flows as remnant Ghaggar-Hakra River. Historic Agroha Mound and Agroha Dham is a prominent religious place located on the outskirts of the city about 22 km away on Fatehabad-Sirsa-Bhatinda road. A local deity Banbhori is worshipped by local people. Delhi Sultanate era Firoz Shah Palace Complex and Pranpir Badshah tomb are located in the city.[


Faridabad is the most populous city in the Indian state of Haryana. Faridabad, the district as well as the largest and leading industrial city in Haryana, acquires its name from the revered 12th century Sufi saint Sheikh Farid. There are several places to visit in Faridabad, ranging from historical sites to beautiful lakes. Tourist Places are Surajkund Lake, Baba Farid’s Tomb, Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, ISKCON Temple, CITM Lake,  Nahar Singh Cricket Stadium, Dhauj Lake,  Raja Nahar Singh Palace and Badkhal Lake at Badkhal


Karnal, a city in the Indian state of Haryana, boasts of a history reaching into the period of the Mahabharata. Nestled in the banks of the sacred Yamuna River, Karnal today is popularly called the ‘Rice Bowl of India’ for its vast rice fields. Located in the National Capital Region, Karnal has limited tourist attractions to see, the most popular of which is Karna Lake, Babur's Masjid, Kalander Shahs tomb, Gurudwara Manji Sahib, Durga Bhavani temple, Sita Mai Temple and etc.


Throughout the changing seasons, gay butterflies in swarms fuss faithfully around blazing masses of flowers. Cool, shady walks and flagged pathways run to the outer reaches of the far-flung creeper-festooned walls. Gray-fringed palm trees, shapely cypresses, and dense groves of trees add a touch of mystery to the Yadavindra Gardens of Pinjore. A watercourse traipsing from level to level sparkles in the sunlight, its pools reflecting white shining pavilions and balconies etched high against a blue sky.

Nawab Fadai Khan, a great architect and foster brother of the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb, is said to have designed the idyllic gardens as they stand today. He supervised the construction of the stylistic Sheesh Mahal (palace of glass), the Rang Mahal (painted palace), and the cube-like Jal Mahal (palace of water).


Panchkula is a planned city and District Headquarter in the Panchkula district, Haryana, India.The origin of the name Panchkula came from the place where five irrigation canals meet. It forms a part of an adjoining area to the Chandigarh, Mohali and Zirakpur.  Main Tourist attraction are 

Mata Mansa Devi Mandir, Bhima Devi Temple Site Museum, Nada Sahib, Morni Hills, National Cactus and Succulent Botanical Garden and Research Centre, Kaushalya Dam, Jayanti Devi Temple, Bir Shikargah Wildlife Sanctuary, Khol Hi-Raitan Wildlife Sanctuary, Pheasant Breeding Centre, Morni, Jatayu Conservation Breeding Centre, Pinjore, Pheasant Breeding Centre, Berwala etc.


Sonipat is a city and a Municipal Corporation in Haryana state of India. It comes under the National Capital Region and is around 50 kilometres from Delhi. It is also around 214 km southwest of Chandigarh, the state capital. The Yamuna River runs along the eastern boundary. 

Tourist attraction are British Time Tehsil, Sikh history Badh Khalsa, Statue Mahakali Mandir, Rishi Chunkat Shambhu Nath, Mama Bhanja Dargah etc.

Morni Hills

Morni is a village and tourist attraction in the Morni Hills at the height of 1,267 metres in the Panchkula district of the Indian state of Haryana. It is located around 45 kilometres from Chandigarh, 35 kilometres from Panchkula city and is known for its Himalayan views, flora, and lakes. Morni Hill Waterfall, access via a track in the forest, is act