Harayana has been a battleground in the times of Mahabharata. This state is known for its arts, culture, archeological history, cuisine, colorful festivals, and shopping. This state has an epochal history dating to Vedic times in India. It is called ‘The Abode of God,’ for many reasons. Veda Vyasa wrote Mahabharata on this land. Kurukshetra, in Haryana has been the battleground that has witness the epic war between Kuravas and Pandavas in Mahabharata.
Famous not just for its historical sites, its pleasant climate and its quaint landscapes, Haryana is also renowned for being a land of immense cultural diversity, a place often praised for its cordial and amicable ambience, and a state where modern buildings and edifices are as important as acres and acres of green fields, vibrant sunsets, and a rich culture that radiates through every nook and cranny of the state. Often known as the Land of Milk and Butter, Haryana has, over time, stood witness to some of the most important events in the course of Indian history, aptly giving it its title of being the land of lore, myth, and ancient history that still rings loud in the very air of the state.