Panchkula is a city in Haryana that came into existence in the year 1995. It also forms some portion of land in the extended township of Mohali, Chandigarh. The name Panchkula is a Sanskrit derivation. 'Panch' means five and 'Kula' means canal. Panchkula get its water from Ghaggar & Hakra River.
Elevated at 1198 feet above sea level, Panchkula is a part of tri-city of Chandigarh-Mohali-Panchkula. The climate of Panchkula is described as sub tropical. It experiences searing summers, chilly winters and refreshing monsoons. The average mercury level during the summer season rests at 35°C and 10°C during the winters. Due to active western disturbance heavy rain-showers are received by Panchkula during monsoons.
Panchkula offers alluring spots that draw the visitors from all the directions. The frequented points include the names like Succulent Garden, Pinjore Garden, Morni Hills, Ramgarh Fort, Nada Sahib Gurudwara and Mansa Devi Temple.