Haryana virtually the 'green' state Haryana surrounds Delhi on almost three sides. The beautiful lakes, picturesque landscaping, golf courses, tennis and billiards comprise of the different recreational facilities in Haryana. Haryana is primarily an agricultural state with some major industrial areas being developed by the government of India. A range of adventure sports like canoeing & kayaking, trekking & rock climbing, camping and river rafting are there for the tourists. The state of Haryana is ideal for cultural and pilgrim tourism. Haryana was made into a state on 1st November 1966. There is a very good network of canals throughout the state, giving it the much-needed impetus for agriculture, the mainstay of Haryana's economy
Haryana became a state of India on November 1, 1966. But what cannot be forgotten are the glorious battles for the Indian sub-continent fought on this very soil centuries ago in Panipat, the glistening ancient Indian heritage and the genesis of the very foundations of religious Indian scriptures. Haryana is the land with perhaps the most exciting and gory history in the world.
There is a good road network in the state that connects all the places in Haryana to each other as well as from the places outside the state boundary like Delhi, Punjab, and Uttar Pradesh.
By AIR :
The Chandigarh airport is connected to other places in the country like Delhi, Amritsar, and Leh. Proximity to the Indira Gandhi International Airport at Delhi gives the state greater access to places in India and abroad.
All the major places in Haryana are connected to Delhi and other important centers all over the country in India by a good network of trains.
Chandigarh, Gurgaon, Ambala, Panipat