The astonishing fact about Haryana is that it is the most ancient land of India where Veda Vyasa, the saint, wrote the famous epic Mahabharata, as believed. The place is shrouded in the myths of Mahabharata and gains more attention for a sightseeing tour. The land that is less explored in terms of tourism. Visit the Rock garden, Butterfly Park, Garden of Fragrance, Sarkaria Cactus Garden, Rose Garden, Mahendra Chaudhary Zoological Park, Chhatbir Zoo, Morni Hills in the city Beautiful Chandigarh. Chandigarh is the capital of Haryana and Punjab. Another popular pilgrim destination is Kurukshetra, which is said to be the ancient land or battleground of the famous Mahabharata war. The land is where Lord Krishna preached Bhagavad Gita to Arjuna.
Ambala is one of the ancient cities in Haryana and so is Panipat which delves on the bank of River Yamuna. The Archaeological shreds of evidence prove its connection and relation with the Paleolithic age which makes it a timeless land for sightseeing expeditions. Panipat is one of the five cities in which are founded by the Pandava brothers and holds a historical importance beyond Mahabharata. Small cities like Pinjore and Panchkula cannot be spared either. Karnal lake and Karnal fort in the Karnal district are some of the antique sights which are highly recommended from people who unknowingly arrive in Karnal and then fall in love with the village life of the place. While you are in Haryana, do not miss the most modernized and equipped town of the state. Gurgaon is encircled by the NCR radius and is the most developed city with grand and opulent malls and complexes with metro connectivity. Haryana is never seen as a tourism hub for travelers but if one explores the nooks and corners of the state, you will find a place shrouded with ancient stories and historical events, a land best explored on a sightseeing tour.