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. Panipat is known for its handloom products.
- Ibrahim Lodi's Tomb
- Dargah Of Bu Ali Shah Qalandar
- Kabuli Shah Mosque
- National Fertilizer Limited
How To Get There
Rail: A well-developed network of rail network connects Panipat to the rest of the country.
Road: The district is well connected by National Highway. It is connected by road and rail with Delhi (south) and Ambala (north).