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Faridabad, now stands as one of the industrial hubs of Haryana, is situated towards the south of the heart of the nation and lies towards the east of the cosmopolitan hub, Gurgaon. Along with Gurgaon, it holds the responsibility for contributing 50% of the total income tax of Haryana. Apart from playing a role in boosting the economy of the nation, it also makes its fair share of contribution in the tourism industry every year, especially in the month of February, when it hosts a renowned event called the Suraj Kund Mela. The city is also known as the major producer of henna.

The history of this city can be traced from the days of partition. The development commenced by the government during the period of independence to support the refugees. Sheikh Farid in 1607, the emperor of Jahangir’s wealth and fortune, discovered Faridabad, a southeastern town of Haryana. He put up a mosque and a fort for the refugees from Pakistan during partition. Today, this city has become the most populated and highly industrialized in entire Haryana. It is situated on the plains of the river Yamuna and is fortified by the Aravalli Hills on the west. Faridabad travel and tourism is a popular among the Indian and foreign tourists alike and for that the Faridabad tour packages are a perfect way of exploring the splendor of the destination in North India.

General facts about Faridabad
Location: North India
State: Haryana
Area: 2151 sq kms
Language: Hindi, Punjabi, English and Urdu
Climate: Hot, Arid and Humid
Major Attractions: Badhkal Lake, Baba Farid Tomb
Ideal Time to Visit: October to march

Tourists sightseeing in Faridabad
The largest city of Haryana has a lot to explore, having many tourist attractions. It offers tourist to visit famous places like Badhkal Lake, Baba Farid Tomb and Raja Nahar Singh Palace and Suraj Kund Mela.

Climate of Faridabad
Alike the other cities of the state Haryana, Faridabad too experiences extreme type climate temperatures having scorching summers but because of the citys  foothill location, the city maintains to keep its weather comparatively pleasant all through the year.

How to reach Faridabad

Faridabad by Air: The nearest airport is New Delhi Airport and from there you can travel through taxis, buses etc.

Faridabad by Rail: The city is connected to the neighboring cities through local trains.

Faridabad by Road: Haryana Roadways holds the responsibility with its regular bus service, connecting the city to the neighboring cities.

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