Pinjore is a town in Panchkula region in Haryana. This private 'township', found near Chandigarh, is set more than 1,800 feet over the ocean level in ...
Ambala is located in Haryana and sprawls on the borders of Punjab. It has two sub-areas namely Ambala Cantonment (Ambala Cantt) and Ambala City, which...
Haryana, a state of India, was formed on 1 November 1966. It was created by carving out a considerable portion of land from Punjab. So it shares its northern border with Punjab and also with Himachal Pradesh. The west and south sides of Haryana are bounded by Rajasthan. The eastern boundary of Haryana with Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand is well defined by the River Yamuna. The boundary line of Haryana also surrounds the national capital, Delhi from three sides. The state falls in the Kuru region of north India.
Though the state had been carved out from Punjab; the native people of the state have their own Haryanvi culture. But there still is a great influence of Punjabi culture which is evident from Punjabi being the second major language spoken in Haryana.
Haryana is known for heritage tourism in India, housing many historically famous towns. The rich past of India has seen continuity in the face of Haryana. The old temples, dargahs and sarovars are still the sites of equal importance in Haryana.
The winter season of India is the best time to make the most of Haryana Tours. All the information of a good Haryana Travel Guide is provided at this platform. Coming in winter also allows tourists to enjoy various Activities In Haryana.
|Population of State(2001 Census||:||1, 091, 117|
|Area||:||44212 sq Km.|
Hindi, Punjabi, Haryanvi
|Best Time to Visit||:||
October to March
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By Air : - The Chandigarh airport is connected to other places in the country like Delhi, Amritsar, and Leh. Proximity to the Indira Gandhi International Airport at Delhi gives the state greater access to places in India and abroad.
By Rail : - All the major places in Haryana are connected to Delhi and other important centers all over the country in India by a good network of trains. Both the Central and Northern Railways have extensive networks in the state.
By Road : - There is a good road network in the state that connects all the places in Haryana to each other as well as from the places outside the state boundary like Delhi, Punjab, and Uttar Pradesh. The Haryana State Road Transport Corporation and private operators have good services to all the places in the state.