Tourist Attraction In Haryana
Why visit Haryana:
Haryana is referred to as ‘the abode of Gods’ and is an ancient city located in the northern part of India. Its oldest links can be found to the ancient Indian mythological battle of the Mahabharat which is fabled to have been fought in Kurukshetra. Haryana is also one of the most progressive states of India in terms of agricultural and industrial growth.
Places to visit in Haryana:
Its largest city that Haryana also shares with Punjab is Chandigarh. A boating at Sukhna lake; a visit to the rock garden, tower of shadows, Chattbir zoo and Doll museum are among the top things to do in Chandigarh. Gurgaon is the second largest city of Haryana after Chandigarh and is known for the Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, the Leisure Valley Park, which often holds venue to prominent music concerts, the Damdama Lake which offers a welcome respite from city life and the Badshahpur Fort. Panipat boasts of places like the Panipat Museum, Kabuli Bagh, Old Fort, Salar Gunj Gate, Kabuli Shah Mosque, Devi Temple and the Grave Of Ibrahim Lodhi as some of its major tourist attractions. Panchkula is the satellite city of Haryana. Karnal, Faridabad (a major industrial area), Hissar and Ambala are also worth a visit to develop a better understanding of the historical significance of the state. Morni Hills is a visual delight and the favourite weekend destination in this region.
Climate, Culture and Cuisine:
The climate of Haryana varies from temperate to tropical round the year. The culture is distinctive and is marked by numerous celebrations throughout the year. While in Haryana, vegetables, rotis and earth grown food must be preferred as one can relish the freshness of that. Rajma chawal is a favourite of this region.
How to reach Haryana:
Prominent cities of HaryanaPunjab are connected to all major cities of India as well as some international cities by flight. The wide and efficient railway network connects most villages and cities of Haryana to all other major Indian destinations. Haryana Roadways run buses that connect it to various parts of north India, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.