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The historic town of Narnaul in Mahendergarh district of Haryana claims to be one of the important seats of the Dwapar yuga of Mahabharata.
Claiming a hybrid architectural influences of Mughals, Rajputs, Persians and the British, Narnaul is famous for its many tombs and historical sites that date back to the Mughal and Rajput era, followed by the rule of Prince of Jaipur and Patiala. Also famous as Birbal's birthplace who was one of the Ministers or Navratnas in Akbar's Court, Narnaul is the birthplace of Sher Shah Suri, the Afghan king who shook the foundations of the Mughal dynasty. The famous Ayurvedic blend, Chyavanprasha was first made in Doshi, a sacred hill just 8 km away from this town.
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Tranquil open spaces with green farms make the environment fresh and less polluted.
Extremely hot during the summers. Ladies need to dress conservatively to avoid undue attention.
Narnaul is go to destination for all types of travellers, be it family, kids and couples. However, it is mostly preferred by couples and solo travellers. It is often visited by people going to the nearby town of Rewari.
Being an important cultural and historical hotspot of Haryana, Narnaul is well connected to the rest of India by rail and road. Regular rail and bus services connect Narnaul well to the rest of Ind... (Read More)