Haryana, meaning the Home of Lord Hari (Lord Vishnu) is a small state set in the foothills of Aravalli. It is believed that the battle between Kauravas and Pandavas depicted in the great epic Mahabharata was fought on the site of the modern Kurukshetra in Haryana. Legend says that it was here that Lord Krishna imparted the teachings of the Bhagwad Gita to Arjuna.
Haryana is dotted with many places of religious significance that reflects the state’s cultural, traditional and architectural brilliance. Apart from this, Haryana is also famous for many adventure activities like Trekking, Parasailing, River Rafting, Rock Climbing and Canoeing.
Haryana is renowned all round the world for its handicrafts, embroidery and weaving. Finest handlooms and handicrafts of the state are displayed in the grand mela of Suraj Kund Crafts which is a major crowd puller.
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Haryana Tourist Places:
Manesar, Narnaul, Nuh & Panchkula