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Ambala Tourism
The district headquarter is situated in Ambala City. Other towns are Ambala Cantt., Barara, Naggal, Mulana, Saha and Shahzadpur. More »

Bhiwani Tourism
District Bhiwani was created on 22 July, 1972. The district headquarter is situated in Bhiwani town. Bhiwani has 442 villages, with main towns being Charkhi Dadri, Loharu, Bawani Khera and Tosham. More »

Faridabad Tourism
The District headquarter is situated in Faridabad city. Other smaller towns are Ballabhgarh, Palwal and Hodal. The total area of Faridabad district is 2760 sq kms and its population is 14,77,000. More »

Fatehbad Tourism
The District Fatehbad, Haryana was formed on 15 July, 1997. The district headquarter is situated in Fatehbad town. Other smaller towns are Tohana, Ratia, Bhuna and Bhattu. More »

Gurgaon Tourism
District Gurgaon of Haryana: The district headquarter is situated in Gurgaon city. Other smaller towns are Nuh, Ferozepur Jhirka, Sohna, and Pataudi. Total area of the district is 2,105 sq km and its population is 11,46,000. More »

Hissar Tourism
Hissar district of Haryana: Hissar district, also called Hisar, has an area of 4191 sq km and its population is 12,30,000. More »

Jhajjar Tourism
Jhajjar district, Haryana was carved out of Rohtak district on July 15, 1997. The district headquarter is situated in Jhajjar town at a distance of about 65 km from Delhi. More »

Jind Tourism
The district headquarter is situated in Jind town. Other smaller towns are Narwana, Safidon and Uchana. More »

Karnal Tourism
The district headquarter is situated in Karnal city. It is 123 km from Delhi on the National Highway NH1, also called the GT Road, and 126 km from Chandigarh. More »

Kurukshetra Tourism
Kurukshetra the holy pilgrimage in which 360 places of pilgrimage related to the Mahabharata can be seen. More »

Panchkula Tourism
The recently formed 17th district of Haryana, Panchkula is surrounded by Himachal Pradesh in the north and north east by Ambala district in the east by Kurukshetra district in the south and Punjab and Union Territory of Chandigarh in the West. More »

Panipat Tourism
Situated on the banks of the river Yamuna, 92km North of Delhi, Panipat is famous in Indian history as a place where the fate of great empires was decided more than once. More »

Peshwa Tourism
27 km west of Thanesar lies Pehowa town. Cunningham dates the place back to 882 AD. More »

Rewari Tourism
The district headquarter is situated in Rewari. More »

Rohtak Tourism
Rohtak - The district headquarter is situated in Rohtak town. Rohtak also known for Medical College & University. More »

Sirsa Tourism
The name of the district Sirsa is derived from its headquarters, Sirsa. It is said to be one of the oldest places of North India and its ancient name was Sairishaka, which finds mention in 'Mahabharata', Panini's 'Ashatadhayayi' and 'Divyavadan'. More »

Thanesar Tourism
Thanesar is one of the most sacred places of Hindu pilgrimage. The town derives its name from the words Sthan-esvar or the abode of God (Mahadev). The town was once the centre of great learning. More »

Yamuna Nagar Tourism
The district headquarter is situated in Yamunanagar. Yamunanagar was formed as a new district of Haryana on 16 October, 1989. Earlier to that it was part of Ambala district. More »


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