Haryana means the abode of God (Hary or Hori - God). The state is perfect destination for religious tour to Hindus. Famous religious spots of the state are Kurukshetra and Thaneswar where you will found several vital sites like the Brahma Sarovar, Sannihit Sarovar, Gurdwara Sadbhiti, Ban Ganga and Bhishma Kund are located at Kurukshetra. And the town Thaneswar is holy for Hindus because Lord Shiva in the form of the lingam was 1st worshipped here. Chini Masjid and Pathar Masjid are two famous Muslim pilgrimage sites in Thaneshwar.
Some other attractions of the state are Morni Hills at Panchkula district, Nahar Singh Mahal at Ballabhgarh of Faridabad District, Surajkund Lake at Faridabad, Tilyar Lake at Rohtak, Yadavindra Gardens at Pinjore, the Historical town of Panipat, Badhkal Lake at Chandigarh, Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, the superb city Gurgaon and Damdama Lake at Sohna.
Travel by Road: Haryana is well-connected with a good road network. Bus and taxi services are available in every corner of the state. There have twenty-nine National Highways and several state highways. Among these the Grand Trunk Road or GT Road, is one the oldest and longest roads in India which is connected to Delhi. Another important National highway of the state is the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway which has largest toll plaza in India and third largest in world.
Travel by Air: If you planed to go Haryana by Air then Chandigarh Airport would be the suitable destination for you. Another airport in Delhi called Indira Gandhi International Airport is also close to the state.
Travel by Rail: Railway transport of Haryana is also good. The main railway station of the state is Chandigarh Station. Delhi is near to Haryana, so; one can reach Delhi first by Train to reach the state.
There is a table of approximate distance between Hisar to other major cities of India. These table data provides you an idea of road distance in the scale of Kilometer (km) from Hisar to rest part of India.
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