Haryana Tourism

Haryana is a North Indian state surrounding New Delhi on 3 sides. The Yamuna River runs along its eastern border with Uttar Pradesh. Shared with Punjab, the state capital Chandigarh is known for its modernist buildings and gridlike street plan designed by Swiss architect, Le Corbusier. The Zakir Hussain Rose Garden features 1,600 species, while its Rock Garden showcases sculptures made with recycled materials.

History –

Haryana is a state in India. During the British Raj period it was administered as a part of the Punjab province. It became a separate administrative entity in 1966. It was in this area that the first hymns of the Aryans were sung and the most ancient manuscripts were written. Urban settlements in Ghaggar Valley date from 3000 BC. From about 1500 BC, Aryan tribes became the first of many groups to invade the region. The area was the home of the legendary Bharata dynasty, which gave India its Hindi name, Bharat. The epic battle between the Kauravas and Pandavas, recorded in the Mahabharata, took place at Kurukshetra. In the 3rd century BC, the area was incorporated into the Mauryan Empire. It later became an important power base for the Mughals; the battle of Panipat in 1526 established Mughal rule in India.

Places To Visit In Haryana –

There are so many places to visit in Haryana, here are some one of them- Gurugram, Kurukshetra, Panipat, Panchkula, Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, Chandigarh etc.

Tour Package –

Haryana, a destination with a variety of attractions including beaches, hills, wildlife, and forests. The state has a rich cultural and architecture , beaches. However, the best way to ensure a hassle free and great tour is to get it from a tour operator which has a high level of expertise and experience in this sector. We are a leading tour operator company. Visit our website and book customize tour packages as per your demand. We never compromise in our service

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