Haryana-"Land of Mystical Splendor"

Haryana is a dynamic state commonly referred as the 'Abode of God'. The state has abundant agricultural lands and greenery surrounds the entire region....


Why Visit Haryana

Haryana offers one a feeling of oneness with the Mother Nature due to the presence of green surroundings everywhere....


Haryana Tourism - The Home of God

The state of Haryana is also called as the ‘Abode of God’. The Sanskrit meaning of this state is derived from combination of two words where the first word is Hari that stands for God while the other part ayana means home and this is known as the land of God. The guests in this state are also treated like God.

This state is a medley of varied land backdrops that speak richly about the glorious archaeology and is ornately adorned with art and culture. The state has been up kept in such a manner that it has exceeded in conserving the historical features of the state along with the newly developed version.

There are many distinguishable features of the state that makes it unique in its own way. The other name for the state is “heaven on earth”. The state is thrived with Indus Valley and Vedic civilization. Many battles of the bygone eras have been fought at this land that comprises of battles of Panipat and Mahabharata epic was fought in city of Kurukshetra.

The city of Kurukshetra is known for its varied historical events, the numerous battles fought on the land of Kurukshetra. This is also the city where Arjuna was addressed by Lord Krishna about the Values of Karma that was later inscribed in the Bhagwad Gita at Jyotisar.

The geographical location of Haryana can be defined as northwest 27 degrees 37’ to 30 degrees 35’ of latitude whereas longitudinal location is between 74 degree 28' to 77 degree 36'. The state is located at an altitude of 700 to 3600 feet above the sea level.

The total land area of the state of Haryana is 44,212 sq. kms and the population of the state is 211.45 lakhs. The borders of the state of Haryana touch Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand from eastern end, Delhi towards the southern-eats end, western end touches Punjab, the northern part of Haryana borders with Himachal Pradesh where a large part of Rajasthan touches Haryana from south.

The natural beauty of the state is completed with Shivalik ranges in the north, Yamuna flows in east and the southern-west part consists of Aravalli Hills.

The state receives an annual rainfall of maximum of 216 cms and minimum of 25 to 38 cms.

Festivals in Haryana

Haryana celebrates all it's with full enthusiasm and vigor. The state comes to full of life during the onset of festivals here.

Festival (Baisakhi Festival (Pinjore), Gangaur Festival, Geeta Jayanti Samaroh (Kurukeshetra), Guggapir, Haryana Day, Haryana Tourism Day, Mango Mela (Pinjore), Pinjore Heritage Festival, Surajkund Crafts Mela, Teej and Holi Festival, World Tourism Day)



Attractions In Haryana

Notable Personalities in Haryana

Parineeti Chopra

The successful actress hails from Ambala that lies in Haryana. She has shown her acting potential in a number of Bollywood films.


Baba Ramdev is a renowned spiritual leader and a yoga master. Ramdev's birth town is Alipur in Mahendragarh, Haryana.

Om Puri

This veteran Bollywood actor is also one of the gems that Haryana state is proud of. He has acted in many Hindi films.

Juhi Chawla

Juhi Chawla is famous as the bubbly and chirpy Indian actress. She was born in Ambala district in Haryana state.

Mallika Sherawat

Mallika Sherawat was born in Moth, Hisar district in Haryana in a conservative family. Through her acting, she made an impactful mark on the Bollywood film industry.

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Culture in Haryana

The state of Haryana as known as the abode of God is culturally rich. Haryana's state dance and music bounds one to the state, even the food varieties there makes one asking for more.

Tourism Sectors in Haryana

Different sectors in Haryana are promoted as the tourism sectors which can help showcase the beauty of the state more evidently and efficiently.

Handicrafts in Haryana

Haryana is famous for its cottage and small scale industries which produces fine quality of handicraft items like durries, phulkari and embroidery works, paintings and many more.