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Tourism in Haryana

Tourism in Haryana relates to tourism in the state of Haryana, India. There are 21 tourism hubs created by Haryana Tourism, which are located in AmbalaBhiwani FaridabadFatehabadGurgaonHisarJhajjarJindKaithalKarnalKurukshetraPanchkulaSirsaSonipatPanipatRewariRohtakYamunanagarPalwal and Mahendergarh.[1]

Haryana is officially part of Mahabharata and Krishna tourism development circuit plans of government of India and government of Haryana

Kurukshetra

Haryana is home to important religious sites dating to Vedic times. With a battery of temples and pilgrim centres concentrated in the 48-kosas (92 miles) of land described in the epic Mahabharata, legend and mythology play an important role in the history of Kurukshetra, a place where the celestial song ‘Bhagwad Gita‘ is believed to have been delivered by Krishna to Arjuna.[3]

Kurukshetra is also the location of Sheikh Chilli’s Tomb.[4]

Hisar

Firoz Shah Palace ComplexAsigarh FortBlue Bird LakeDeer Park, HisarBanawali and Rakhigarhi Indus Valley Civilisation sites, Kanwari Indus Valley Civilisationsite

Faridabad

Badkhal LakeSuraj KundNahar Singh Mahal,Dabua Colony are some of tourist places in Faridabad.

Panchkula

Panchkula is known for Mansa Devi templePinjore Gardens and Morni Hills.

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