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Top Tourist Attractions in Faridabad

Faridabad Skyline
Faridabad Skyline
Faridabad, founded by Sheikh Farid in 1607 A.D. is one of the largest city and a major industrial hub in Haryana. The main purpose of establishing this city was to protect the highways that were passing through the town. Faridabad is located at a distance of 25 km from Delhi and is well connected with the capital of India by an excellent network of rail and road.

The city has witnessed tremendous boom in the industrial sector with numerous industries manufacturing automobiles, electrical appliances, footwear and tires being established in Faridabad. In the agriculture sector the city is famous for producing the finest quality of Henna in India. Faridabad is also emerging as the new I.T hub in north India with small and medium companies doing brisk businesses. Top attractions for tourists in Faridabad include Badhkal Lake, Baba Farid's Tomb, Suraj Kund Tourist Complex and The Crafts Fair and Raja Nahar Singh Palace.
 
The scenic Badkhal Lake is one of the top tourist attractions in Faridabad. The splendid lake has been one of the top holiday retreats and a major picnic spots in Haryana. The proximity of Faridabad from Delhi which is just 32 km gives an ideal opportunity to tourists and residents to come here for picnicking and sightseeing during weekends and holidays. According to the popular beliefs the name of the lake has been derived from the Persian word "bedkhal" which literally means free from intervention.

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Badkhal Lake
 
 
The picturesque Surajkund Lake is one of the top tourist destinations in Faridabad and a popular weekend getaway from Delhi. It is an ideal picnic spot in Haryana where individuals and friends go during holidays and weekends for spending some leisure time away from the hustle and bustle of busy city life. The ancient Surajkund Lake representing the rising sun is believed to have been built in 686 AD by Rajput King Suraj Pal. On the eastern side of the lake lies the Sun Temple which is in a state of complete ruins.

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Surajkund Lake