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Tourist Map of hariyana

hariyanais the largest state in India, covering an area of nearly 120,000 sq. km. Because of its an extensive forest area, hariyanais not as densely populated as some of the other major states of India. The total population is a notch above 60,000, and Hindi is the most widely spoken language in the state. hariyanatravel provides the visitors to experience the very quintessence of India's natural splendor, and rich artistic and cultural heritage. The state of hariyanain the central region of India is an absolutely dream-come-true for traveling enthusiasts.






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How to Reach hariyana

Haryana lies close by the side of the national capital Delhi surrounding it on three sides. Naturally Haryana has developed a convenient communication network with the rest of the country. Added to that, the present wave of industrialization in the state has brought Haryana into the focus. A large number of industrial houses now-a-days are located in Haryana and lot many are coming up with an address in Haryana. This has led to remarkable growth of communication in this primarily agricultural state.
How to Reach hariyanahelps you with information to reach the state with convenience.

By Air :

The main airport of the state is in its capital Chandigarh. Which is well connected with the cities of North India. Some parts of Haryana are also very close to the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi which also provides an easy access to the state.

By Train :

The main railway station is Chandigarh. Apart from that, Delhi has four Railway Stations, which are within approachable distance from any part of Haryana.

By Road :

Haryana can boast of an excellent road network to and from the state. Some parts of the state are within the National Capital Region and are at a short driving distance from Delhi. A good network of National Highways and State Highways also serves other parts of the state.ss

Shopping in hariyana

If you have discerning eyes, shopping in Haryana can turn out to be delightful experience. The craftsmen of Haryana make a variety of beautiful handicrafts. The handloom of Haryana has gained nationwide fame and is a must-buy item for those who want to do shopping in Haryana.

The most important place for shopping in Haryana is Surajkund Crafts Mela, which is held by the State Government every year in February to encourage the craftsmen of the state. Here you would find the craftsmen from all over India along with the Haryanvi craftsmen with spectacular display of their products.

Rest of the year, you can shop at the government Emporia for good quality products and reasonable prices.

Besides, Gurgaon has come up as a modern city dotted with swanky shopping malls and departmental stores, where you can find virtually anything under the sun.




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Best Hotels In hariyana

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Temples in hariyana

            Birla Gita Mandir

Gita Mandir, is an stylish piece of structural design, located on the Pehowa Road diagonally across Yatri Nivas, two and half kilometres from the railway station, north of Brahma Sarovar. Enhancing the beauty of Kurukshetra. The temple, made up of white marble enhances the loveliness of Kurukshetra. Birla Gita Mandir was built by late Shri Jugal Kishore Birla in 1952.

A big sized marble chariot is installed in the garden. The chariot drawn by four horses has Lord Krishna and Arjun seated on it with one couplet from each of the 18 chapters of Gita inscribed on all sides. A 'Gaj Ghanta' made of white marble has also been positioned in the garden.

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            Sheetala Devi Temple

This famous Hindu temple is located in the suburbs of Gurgaon. Also referred to as a 'Shakti Peeth', the presiding deity of this temple is Mata Sheetala Devi, the goddess of small-pox. The temple is held in great esteem throughout this part of the country. A large number of pilgrims visit this temple.

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            Mansa Devi Temple

Mata Mansa Devi Temple at Panchkula is a symbol of Himalayan culture and faith. The shrine located on the foothills of Shivalik is an epitome of age old tradition of ‘Shakti’ worship in Northern India. Himalaya being the abode of Shiva and his consort 'shakti' became centre of Shakti worship. In the vicinity of Panchkula, there are numerous Shakti worshipping centers known by their names such as Chandi, Kalika, Mansa, Bhima, etc.

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            Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple

Kurukshetra is a small sacred town for the Hindus. Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple at Thaneswar in Kurukshetra is another holy center. It is small and distinct. With an air of an ancient presence, lies the Sthaneshvara Mahadev Temple at Thanesar. It was here that the Pandavas prayed to Lord Shiva and received his blessings for victory in the battle of Mahabharata. The ninth Guru, Shri Tegh Bahadur stayed at a spot near the Sthaneshwar Tirtha that is marked by a gurdwara.

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The cities of hariyanahas a strong bearing on its past history and events. In most of the cities of Madhya Pradesh, we find evidences of the historical past that sings its own happy song! Some of the major cities of hariyanaare: Bhopal - The city of Bhopal is the capital of Madhya Pradesh. This city of hariyanahas a university, which was founded in 1970. Bhopal got its name after Raja Bhoj who was the founder of the old city of Bhopal; the erstwhile city of Bhopal was founded by an Afghan soldier, Dost Muhammad in the 18th century.

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Cities

Indore

Indore is the commercial center of Madhya Pradesh. Among the other cities of Madhya Pradesh, this city houses a hoard of witness reflecting the historical past of Madhya Pradesh. In this city, we find a number of palaces that bears the witness of the eventful past.


Jabalpur

The city of Jabalpur was formerly known as Jubbulpore. Local myth says that it was the birth place of Maharshi Mahesh Yogi. Situated near the Narmada river, the city is the major center of trade and commerce in Madhya Pradesh. Among the chief industries of Jabalpur are:


Ujjain

Ujjain is among the sacred cities of hariyana(even in India) that houses the Mahakaleshwar temple. The city had once been the capital of the legendary kingdom of Avanti (a state described in the Buddhist chronicles).


Historical Places In hariyana

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Built by Alauddin Khilji in Hansi is an important defensive structure just outside the fort and is an outstanding example of how defences were built with architectural finesse.

Cantonment Church Tower

Around 40 kms from Bhuj, Dhrang Fair is famous for the samadhi of the famous saint Menkan Dada who served the community with great love and commitment and won their devotion.

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This five-storey building has a number of halls, rooms and pavillions, and the Diwan-e-Khas (inner chambers) flaunts marble floors and pillars.

Chor Gumbad

The Chor gumbad is affectionately called the `signboard' of the town. Standing majestically and isolated upon a rock in the north of the town, this gumbad is a well pplaned square building with a large chamber within and four minarets outside at each corner.

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Feroz Shah's Palace

Feroze Shah Tughlaq constructed a fort here and called it Hissar-e-Firoza (fort of Feroze) and dug canals from the Yamuna and Ghaggar rivers to irrigate the dry land.

Gujri Mahal

Gujri Mahal is also in ruins, but its baradari (raised platform used for social gatherings) is in comparitively good state and it is made of stone taken from the Hindu palaces and temples that the Mughals destroyed.
 

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Ibrahim Lodhi's Tomb

Ibrahim Lodhi's tomb is situated near a Tehsil Office at Panipat. Ibrahim Lodhi fought fiercely with his uncle Babur, in the battle of 1526 known as the First Battle of Panipat and was slain and buried at this place.

Jal Mahal

Jal Mahal is a pleasure palace located at Narnaul in Mahendragarh District of Haryana. Representing a mixed architecture of Persia and India, it stands in the middle of the tank Khan Sarovar. The palace was built in 1589 by Shah Quli Khan, a commander of 'Four Thousand' under Akbar.

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Raja Harsh Ka Tila

The very old site, known as Raja Harsh-ka-Tila, is a wide mound approximately 1 km long and 750 m wide.

Shah Ibrahim Tomb

Sher Shah Suri (1538-46 A.D) had his tomb built in honour of his able grandfather, Ibrahim Khan, who served as an officer of the Lodhis at Narnaul. The monument was constructed under the supervision of Sheikh Ahmed Niyazi.

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Shah Quli Khan Tomb Fort

The beautiful tomb of Shah Quli Khan was constructed by Shah Quli Khan himself in 1574-75 AD.

Sheikh Chehli Mausoleum

Towards the north of Thanesar and over looking the sarai built by Sher Shah Suri is the marble tomb of Sheikh Chehli.

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