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Travel India Guide provides detailed information on Haryana. This ancient "Green Land", a region rich in historical and cultural tradition, was once part of the Punjab, but since 1966 is a separate state.
It is a land whose hard-working people have made it an area of agricultural and industrial plenty. But the same people have strived equally hard to make it also a state the tourist can enjoy. And its Department of Tourism is one of the country's success stories. Gurgaon, a famous city in Haryana, is fast developing as the biggest business center of India, with the most prestigious companies and BPO call centers opening their offices there.


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Tourist Places to visit in Haryana

Museums :
Surajkund: Temple ruins, Forts nearby, Boating, Fishing.
Pinjaur: 17th century Gardens.
Hisar: Palaces, Mosques, Fort, Livestock centre.
Hansi: (26 kms): Historic town. Fort, Temples.
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Major Tourist Spots :
Sultanpur: (10 kms): Bird sanctuary. Bhadkhal Lake: Picnic spot, Boating, Fishing.
Kalesar: (10 kms): Wildlife sanctuary. Jhajjar: Ancient Town, Palace, major contributor of men to Indian Army, Gurukul.
Surajkund Crafts Mela
The Surajkund Crafts is an annual event that highlight some of the finest handloom and handicraft traditions of the country. From 1st to 15th February rural India basks in the warmth of admiration at Surajkund mela village that lies some 8 km from South Delhi. The Mela also celebrates the rhythms of folk theatre- and a theme State that makes each visitor marvel.
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Golf Course in Haryana
The first golf green was set up in Faridabad, Haryana in 1966, with the building designed by the famous architect named Joseph Allan Stein. However, since it suffered from lack of patronage, it was handed over to Haryana Tourism in 1988 and reintroduced as the Aravali Golf Course. The Course design was then laid by Stephen Kay, the famous Golf architect from the U.S.A. Today, it is 18-hole golf course.
Places of Worship :
Ambala: Sikh pilgrim centre, Pehowa: Hindu pilgrim centre, Temples.

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