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Haryana Tourism- best places to visit
Haryana Tourism: Haryana is a place in the northern India that has been divided from Punjab to create a different state. It is in the foothills of Aravalli and is famous for retaining many past historical cultures of the country. Devotees from all over India and travellers come here to enjoy the taste of ancient India depicted in the art and culture followed by the residents of the place. Haryana means the home of God that has a combination of both the past tradition and modern creation. The state celebrates festivals of art and culture and offers exquisite archaeology and panoramic landscapes to the visitors.
Being a place of diverted culture, the place is home to the best handloom and handicraft carnivals. Tourists find shopping an exciting activity in this place and women get attracted to the form of artistry, floral embroidery and things made of jute. The state’s flora and fauna is also excellent with varieties of residential and migratory species of birds. Temples are the main attraction of this historical palace. It is also a great place for the adventure lovers with lots of activities such as hiking, boating and rock climbing.
Best tourist destinations of Haryana
Kurukshetra of Haryana tourism
It is a traditional religious place related to the great Hindu epic, Mahabharata. It is believed that the famous war between Kauravas and the Pandavas was fought here. Temples and forts draw tourists where they can feel the former religious essence. Temples like the Birla Mandir and Bhadra Kali mandir are the Hindu temples of the city. There is also the Chatti Patsahi Gurudwara to which many Sikhs are drawn. There are many rivers in the city that is believed to wash the sins of people.
The city also known as the ‘city of weavers’, Panipat, is known for its historical excellence. Temples, monuments and forts are the speciality of the place. This place was founded by the Pandava brothers and is one of the five prasthas. The places to visit in Panipat are Kabuli Bagh Masjid, Devi Mandir, Kala Amb, Panipat Meusem, tomb of Bu- Ali. These forts and temples of historical magnificence would surely bring out the archaeologist within you.
One of the most vibrant city among the northern cities; Gurgaon has everything, from natural treasures to vibrant nightlife. It s capital of the state and is easily reachable from Delhi and Noida. Sultanpur national park in the heart of the city offers a wide range of floras and fauna and a rich natural beauty where you can have relaxed moments. The Sohna Lake with Aravalli Mountain View is a famous picnic spot enjoyed by both the locals and the tourists. The Damdama is a natural lake which provides you with lots of activities such as kayaking, rock climbing, watching the sunset at the Aravallis. An iconic attraction of the city is the Kingdom of Dreams in Gurugram is known to be India’s first leisure destination with live entertainment programs. The aim of the place is to cherish the cultural heritage through dramatic performances.
Panchkula of Haryana tourism
It is mainly popular for an adventurous trekking on the Morni hills with a view of group of peacocks on the way and also the ruins of Chandels. It is a well planned city in the state which draws water from Ghhaggar uphill. Panchkula can also be used as a halt while going towards the hill stations in Beautiful Himachal Pradesh. Apart from Morni hills, other tourist attractions in the city are Cactus Garden, Ramgarh Fort, Mansa Devi temple, Nada Sahib and many others.
Popular events of Haryana tourism
Lots of tourists from the neighbouring states find this place amazing due to the unique festivals celebrated by them. The two days Mango festival organised by the Haryana tourism in the summer season is meant to encourage the farmers to use latest technologies for yielding more agricultures. The visitors fell excited to taste the varieties of displayed mangoes.
The other interesting event is the Surajkund Crafts fair that continues for fourteen days. Local talented artisans put their creations on display and thousands of people appear to enjoy the fair. Every year a new theme is brought in front and the fair gets decorated in the theme followed by cultural programmes and premise decorations.