Haryana is one of the famous North Indian States. It is bordered with Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi With the capital of Chandigarh the state has shown a tremendous progress to become one of the most prosperous states of India. It is one of the well developed states in telecom and transport. It is perfect holiday destination which is known for its rich culture and is well preserved in the towns and villages of the state. Blesses with various travel destinations it is must visit place in vacations. On a Trip to Haryana visitors can come across various amazing destinations. Some of which are as given below:
Magnetic Sightseeing of Haryana:
Rohtak: Rohtak is place renowned for its interesting link with the olden times. It has ruins of Khokar fort built by Khokars. The Jama Masjid in Meham which is now turned into Gurudwara represents the true secular India. An oldmythical tank called Gaokaran that includes the temples of Shiva and Hanuman is also there and are the must visit places in Rohtak. The Bhindawas Lake which is the largest wetland of Haryana is just 80 Km from Delhi and is a paradise for nature lovers.
Ambala: Ambala is an emerging city of Haryana. It became the large British Cantonment in 1843 and is also known as Ambala Cantt. There is not much to see in Ambala city except few shrines. The Badshahi Bag Gurudwara, Sis Ganj Gurudwara and Manji Sahib Gurudwara are the three historical Gurudwaras over here. Apart from this the popular Muslim shrine of Lakhi Shah, Bhawani Amba Temple and St. Paulís Church also grace the Ambala city.
Bhiwani: Bhiwani is one of the major industrial town of Haryana. It is also referred as little Kashi because there are about 300 temples with in the town. The place got its name from goddess Gauri Bhiwani. Other must see places of Bhiwani includes shrine of Khera Baba and Lohar Pir. The other important shrines include samadhis of Todar Singh, Baba Shami Dayal and the mosque and tomb of Raja Khetri.
Faridabad: Faridabad is one of the bustling industrial town of Haryana. The main attraction of the town include Badkhal Lake, Magpie Tourist complex and Suraj Kund Mela which attract large number of visitors towards this town.
Gurgaon: Gurgaon is a place located at Delhi-Haryana border; is one of the major commercial cities of the state. It is now a days a hub for information technology and is a home to various multinational companies.
Hissar: Located at a distance of 162 Km from Delhi Hissar is renowned as one of the prime centers of Harrappan culture. It is the main cotton producer of the state. Its major tourist attractions include Feroze Shahís palace and fort, Lat Ki Masjid, Humayunís mosque, Jahaz Kothi, Jain Pillar and Gujri Mahal etc.
Jind: Jind is one of the prominent pilgrimage sites of Haryana. The town is named after Jayanti , the goddess of victory. It is famous for its numerous temples, ghats like Sainath ghat, Ram Rai ghat, Pushkpar tirth (pilgrimage), Bhooteshwar Mahadeva temple and Varshu Ram temple.It is the largest manufacturer of furniture and wood products.
Kaithal: Kaithal is an affluent with agricultural town, decked with temples and tanks. The major attractions of the town include Phelgu Tank. It is a watery and holy site in honor of Rishi Phelgu who meditated here A few temples are also scattered over here that include Saraswati temple, Kapil Muni temples and Baba Narayan Das temple. The tombs of Shah Wilayat, Sheik Shihabuddin, Shah Kamal and Bidkiyar Lake.
Kurukshetra: A divine land where to held mighty battle of Mahabharta. The must visit places of Kurukshetra include Brahma Sarovar, Narkatari Temple, Nabhi Kamal, Gurdwaras and Rajghat are few of them.
Panipat: A silent spectator of historical battles. It is a major industrial town and is renowned for handloom products. Panipat is famous for Ibrahim Lodiís Tomb ,Kabuli Shah Mosque and Jain Temples.
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