Haryana is a thriving state that has maintained the best aspects of both the past, which is both old and active and the future, which is full of promise. In the same way that the rest of India celebrates its festivals, a variety of vibrant landscapes, and magnificent antiquity, this state also celebrates art and culture. In addition to being well known for its historical sites, pleasant weather, and charming landscapes, Haryana is also well known for its enormous cultural diversity, its friendly and welcoming atmosphere, and for being a state where modern buildings and edifices are just as important as endless stretches of green fields, colorful sunsets, and a rich culture that permeates every corner of the state.
Haryana also referred to as the “Land of Milk and Butter,” has long been a witness to some of the most important moments in Indian history, earning the label of “Land of Lore, Myth, and Ancient History” that is still audible in the state’s very air. Haryana, a state that is genuinely traditional in all respects, hosts some of the top handicraft and handloom carnivals. The state is home to many migratory and resident bird species and boasts an excellent variety of flora and fauna. There are numerous beautiful temples and lakes in the area. The enthusiastic adventurer that finds himself in Haryana can pursue many activities like rock climbing, boating, and hiking. One cannot go empty-handed from a place like Haryana that offers beautiful artistry in the form of Jutis and floral embroidery.
Places to visit:
- Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary
- Morni Hills
- Damdama Lake