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One of the most well-developed states; Haryana is a curious mixture of the ancient and the modern with the progress and development of MNC’s and impeccable highways snaking around the rustic green landscape and the presence of places of historical and cultural significance. The state shares its capital Chandigarh with Punjab. Gurugram and Faridabad the hubs of millennials contrast amicably with Rakhigarhi and Bhirrana, home to an almost nine thousand years old Indus valley civilization. The Shivalik Hills, the Aravali range, the forests and the Yamuna River form a backdrop to the landscape spangled with temples, caves and other ancient ruins. Visit the state to gauge its culture and traditions through its unique Haryanvi folk songs, dances, theatre, arts and handicrafts, the Surajkund Mela is one of the top attractions. Haryana is also popular for its variety of milk products which you can enjoy as you can the numerous gardens and parks with your family. The state also has quite a few wildlife reserves, national and biodiversity parks and water sports are enjoyed by many. Haryana truly promises a holistic experience to every visitor.

  Major tourist places to visit 
Murthal, Kurukshetra, Ambala, Pinjore, Panchkula, and Faridabad