Haryana State
List Of Districts in Haryana
Ambala    Bhiwani    Faridabad    Fatehabad    Gurgaon    Hisar    Jhajjar    Jind    Kaithal   
Karnal    Kurukshetra    Mahendragarh    Mewat    Palwal    Panchkula    Panipat    Rewari    Rohtak   
Sirsa    Sonipat    Yamunanagar   
Untitled Document Haryana State Panchakula Ambala Yamunanagar Kurukshetra Kaithal Karnal Jind Fatehabad Hisar Sirsa Panipet Sonipat Rohtak Bhiwani Jhajjar Gurgaon Rewari Mahendragarh Mewat Palwal Faridabad
     Tourist Places in Haryana
   Cities in Haryana
    Railway Stations in Haryana
Faridabad  
Rewari  
Panipat Jn  
Kurukshetra Jn  
Ballabgarh  
Palwal  
Sonipat  
Jagadhri  
Ambala City  
Gurgaon  
Karnal  
Jind Jn  
Asaoti  
Faridabad Nw Tn  
Hisar  
Narwana Jn  
Bhiwani  
Ganaur  
Samalkha  
Pataudi Road  
    Temples in Haryana
Haryana Map  
       

         On 1st November, 1996, the state of Haryana was born comprising the Hindi speaking areas of Punjab. The capital of Haryana is Chandigarh. The shape of Haryana is rectangular-to the north of it is Himachal Pradesh, to the west Punjab, to the south Rajasthan and to the east is Uttar Pradesh. The tourists centre are limited in areas and mainly concentrated on the plains of west of Delhi and Araballi Mountain Range. The modern and up market Tourist Complexes has been developed in Haryana with elaborate arrangement for the amusement and entertainment of the tourists.  

        Haryana stands for the abode of Gods, and it is an old saying that once Gods used to live in this part of Punjab. The epic was between good and evil was fought at Kurushetra as told in the holy Mahabharata, the place is now part of modern Haryana. Even the natives are skilled in war and many soldiers of Indian Army hail from Haryana. Haryana being a part of Punjab on the plains at the confluence of five rivers, brought revolution in agriculture. Haryana is one of the leading states in milk and milk-food products. Haryana stands 20th and 16th in India in respect of area and population.

       Tourism holds an important role in modern day scenario. This state has many places that attracts travelers from all the corners of the world. Yadavindra Garden in Pinjore, oldest in the country, is situated at the foothills of Shivalik Mountain on Ambala-Kalka. At Kunal village in Haryana, ruins of 3 successive stages of Pre-Harappan era are found here. Sultanapur Bird Sanctuary is developed comprising 400 acre of lake area 46km away from Delhi is another foremost attraction of this place.

 

Demography-

        The density of population in Haryana is 477 per sq.km. Main languages of Haryana are Hindi, Punjabi and English.90% of the population in Haryana are Hindu. The Chief Minister is the head of the State and most of the work has been vested upon him. The sky of Haryana is full of flying birds of colors, known and unknown, local and domiciled. In the middle of April, Baishakhi festival is held in pomp.  

 

Climate-

        The perfect time for the tourists to visit the place is between October-March. May to June is summer and the temperature reaches up to 46C. From mid June to September is rainy season. It sometimes rain in winter as well.


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