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Haryana, commonly known as the partner in contributing to the main occupation i.e. agriculture, the main source and support of India. It is deemed as the most prosperous state, situated in the northern part of India. The first scent of this kingdom will not fade away from your senses. By just stepping in, on the land of agriculture, you will convene a gush of humid air and a whiff of calm. Huge traffic, grasses and fields meeting the horizons, is what you will encounter as your sight scene while having a trespass in the state of lands and produce.

Haryana, positioned in north of India, was formed out off Punjab in 1966. Having Chandigarh as its capital, the state touches the boundaries of states like Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh. Of course, one of the major thing about Haryana is that it belongs to the National Capital Region (NCR). Haryana is segregated into four executive regions and these are Rohtak, Ambala, Hissar and Gurgaon. Traditionally entitled as ‘Madhyama Dis’, Haryana is acknowledged as the place, from where the Hindu religion was originated. Haryana travel and tourism is a popular among the Indian and foreign tourists alike and for that the Dharamshala tour packages are a perfect way of exploring the splendor of the destination in North India.

The widely known the battles in the epic known as the battle of the Mahabharata, which was fought between the Pandavas and the Kauravas, took place on the land of Kurukshetra. Thereafter, this place gained its religious importance.

General facts about Haryana
Location: North India
State: Haryana
Area: 44,212 sq. kms.
Language: Haryanvi, Hindi, Punjabi, English and Urdu
Climate: Hot, Arid and Humid
Major Attractions: Surajkund Crafts Mela, Kurukshetra Festival
Ideal Time to Visit: February to April and August to November

Tourist sightseeing in Haryana
Haryana is also associated with some well-liked events such as Surajkund Crafts Mela, Kurukshetra Festival, Mango Festival, famous Brahma Sarovar, Badhkal Lake, Jungle Babbler, Dabchick, Kala teetar, Karna Lake, Yadvindra Gardens, Dumdama Gardens etc just to name a few, which again add stars on its noble sheet, making it as an exciting tourist destination. Then, on course of your journey in the fields, you will encounter many monuments, temples, gardens and adventure tourism locations, which add the worth to the tourism of Haryana. The state fetches in with the amazing view of striking lakes and arresting landscapes to the tourists. There are many places to visit in Haryana and enjoy the yellow spring.

Climate of Haryana
Haryana possesses arid and tropical climate, which goes into extreme as in summers the climate is extremely hot and winters are bone chilling. It has sporadic rainfall incorporating almost all the cities. The state experiences rainfall in the month of June, which lasts till July, at irregular intervals. The state also experiences winter rains in the month of December till February.

How to reach Haryana

Haryana By Air: Haryana is connected to the major cities like Chandigarh, Delhi, Amritsar etc.

Haryana By Rail: Almost all the cities of Haryana enjoy the facility of railhead. Both the Central and Northern Railways have extensive networks in the state.

Haryana By Road: Haryana has a good network of roadways, connecting all the cities of Haryana and other places like Delhi, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh.

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