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5426724270 7a26fe6f75 Haryana

For many visitors, India is a place that continues to offer different things on the platter for their traveling experience. It is so rich and vivid in the culture that one has to stay for a long time to experience its cultural diversity. In this context, it is important to mention the name of the Indian state Haryana. The people, the language spoken by them and their various ethnic tastes are so different that it truly makes India a unique place in the world to travel. The friendliness depicted by the locals and their simplicity is another aspect that makes traveling within India an experience to cherish. There are so many places within its boundaries that are simply unimaginable in the element of delight that they provide to the average tourists. One can bask in the glory of ancient culture in one particular place, while on the other place they can enjoy the gorgeous architectural beauty. India as a place is so vast and vivid in nature that truly makes it an ideal traveling destination in the world.

Haryana is the land of Mahabharata, the famous Indian epic that continues to impress many people. It is also known as one of the holy places in India. It is one of those tourist destinations in India that is famous for its historical importance. Besides that Haryana is also a place that is well-known for being the birthplace of the religious book of the Hindus, the Gita. It is also believed by many that it is also the place where Sage Vyas has written Mahabharata. In real traveling sense, Haryana is a place that can be delightful for a traveler if they have an affinity to ancient architecture and monuments. Haryana is full of ancient monuments and temples that are ideal to make your traveling experience an enthralling one to cherish for a long time.


The top tourist spots in Haryana that a traveler can visit

Haryana is a land of ancient architecture, and the previous experiences of many travelers’ best depict this statement. It is a place where not only the tourists would get a delicious taste of architecture; they can also witness ultra-modern smart cities. As Haryana is very close to Delhi, one can easily reach this fascinating place. Moreover, Haryana is readily available from all parts of India by train, bus, and plane.

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Kurukshetra

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It is a city in the Indian state of Haryana. Moreover, this place in Haryana is also known by the name of Dharmakshetra. On the other hand, as per the Puranas, it is a place that is named after King Kuru. King Kuru is also known as the ancestor of the brothers in Mahabharata. It has critical significance for the travelers in the region as the epic war of Kurukshetra was fought in this very place. Moreover, for Hindus, this place is of critical importance as it is also considered as the birthplace for the religious book of the Hindus. Few kilometers away from Kurukshetra lay the place which is also known as the Fort of Arjuna’s son Abhimanyu. The weather in Kurukshetra is ideal for the travelers, and many foreign tourists visit this historic place in the winters as the temperature suits them. There are nearby temples and shrines that one can visit to enhance their spiritualism. One can easily access Kurukshetra from Chandigarh or Delhi as it lies near them.

Surajkund

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Surjakund is also the known as the Lake of Sun. It is an artificial Kund that means reservoir and is situated in the background of the Aravalli Hills. Moreover, the place appeals to the likes of tourists as the Kund has an amphitheater-shaped structure which appeals to those who are in love with ancient architecture. It is believed to have been built Suraj Pal of the Tomar dynasty. It is an ideal picnic spot and for many tourists who are visiting India for the first time can find this place enthralling in Haryana. Moreover, it is situated in Faridabad district of Haryana and thus is close to South Delhi. Quite interestingly, this place is also well-known for hosting the world famous Surjakund International Crafts fair that is organized every year in this location. It is one of those traditional Indian markets that best describes the ancient Indian culture and tradition. Moreover, the major attraction of this fair is the delicious variety of food and culture that is available in this fair. This festival also showcases some of the best ethnic items used by the ancient Indian people. One of the most unique aspects of this show is that it is set amidst a gorgeous rural backdrop.


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Dhauj Lake

It is located in one of the most ethnic village surroundings. Moreover, this village lies in the heart of the Mangar forest and also it best depicts the coexistence with nature despite the fact that it is situated close to nature. The tourists can easily visit this place if they are staying in Delhi as it is very close to the national capital of India. It is only an hour away from South Delhi, and thus this place is easily accessible. If you are an avid fan of photography, then you can visit the banks of this lake to have a clear view of a vast number of migratory birds. Moreover, you can also visit the nearby temples in the region as they are said to be built during the time of the Kurukshetra War. It is also an ideal place for those who want to go for the picnic in the winters in Haryana. If you love nature and want to spend some time for quite introspection, then this place is the ideal one for you. The local shops sell local food items that can make you feel exotic if you do not have any significant health problems.

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