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Must Visit Attractions in Haryana

Cradle of the Indus Valley and Vedic Civilizations, Haryana, now a leading contributor of food-grain and milk is one of the wealthiest states within India. With close and comfortable access to the Indian national capital, Haryana surrounds Delhi from three sides and has effectively capitalized on this existential geographical status. Newly formed in 1966, this Haryanvi and Punjabi speaking north Indian state with a rich cultural heritage, and more than a thousand medium and large industries is considered one of the most industrialized and developed states within the country.

Top Tourist Attractions in Haryana

Heritage Sites: With a rich and epic past, Haryana bears testimony to several heritage sites and monuments including the Bhima Devi Temple, Yadavindra Gardens at Pinjore, and Fort Ballabhgarh at Faridabad.

Business Tourism: Owing to close proximity to New Delhi, this new version of tourism catering to business meetings, international conferences and conventions, events and exhibitions, is fast gaining ground in Haryana State.

Wildlife Attractions: The Sultanpur National Park and Bird Sanctuary at Gurgaon and the Bhindawas Bird Sanctuary at Jhajjar are the two most prominent wildlife areas within the state of Haryana.

Pilgrimage Centers: The main Hindu pilgrim centers in Haryana are located at the Dhosi Hill and Jyotisara, while the Sikh pilgrims throng at Ambala Gurudwara to pay their respects.

Top Cities in Haryana

Ambala – Famous as an Army cantonment, Air Force Base and a railway junction, Ambala was originally founded in 1859. This city is presently home to a large scientific instrument manufacturing company, metal casting and other industries.

Faridabad – Located in southeast Haryana, this is the largest city and a major industrial hub of the state. Spread along the plains, it is bordered by the Yamuna River to the east and the Aravali Hills towards the west.

Gurgaon – Almost merging with the expanding national capital, Gurgaon economically is a very well developed region in South Asia, and is rapidly emerging as a major hub for Information Technology and the Automobile Industry.

Panchkula – Located close to Chandigarh, this newly developed satellite city and district of Panchkula shares a seamless border with Mohali in Punjab. Home to Chandimandir Cantonment, Morni Hills, Pinjore Gardens, Nada Sahib, Mansa Devi Temple and Cactus Garden, it ranks comparatively high on the state tourism map.

Travel & Lodging:

Easily approachable through air and rail routes, Chandigarh and the national capital of Delhi are convenient access points from where Haryana can be comfortably explored. With good metal roads and modern bus-fleets, this state maintains an efficient transportation system throughout the length and breadth of this well developed north Indian state. Several camping sites, farm-holidays, highway-stopovers and other tourist accommodation options are available for the tourist travelers.