Haryana is a vibrant state that has managed to retain the best of both worlds- the ancient yet vibrant past and an exciting future to look forward to. It is a state that celebrates art and culture much like the rest of India celebrating its festivals, a panorama of vivid landscapes and exquisite archaeology. Famous not just for its historical sites, its pleasant climate and its quaint landscapes, Haryana is also renowned for being a land of immense cultural diversity, a place often praised for its cordial and amicable ambience, and a state where modern buildings and edifices are as crucial as acres and acres of green fields, vibrant sunsets, and a rich culture that radiates through every nook and cranny of the state.
Often known as the 'Land of Milk and Butter', Haryana has, over time, stood witness to some of the most critical events in the course of Indian history, aptly giving it its title of being the land of lore, myth, and ancient history that still rings loud in the very air of the state. A state that is truly traditional in every way, Haryana is the home to some of the best handicraft and handloom carnivals. Flaunting an excellent variety of flora and fauna, the state hosts many bird species both migratory and residential. There are a lot of temples and lakes that are a sight to behold. The enthusiastic adventurer that finds himself in Haryana can pursue many activities like rock climbing, boating and hiking. One cannot go empty-handed from a place like Haryana that offers beautiful artistry in the form of Jutis and floral embroidery.
Haryana happens to be an ideal mix of traditionalism and modernity. This interesting amalgamation can be easily observed in the lifestyle of the locals and the landscape of the city.
Not having its own airport can be considered a drawback when travelling to Haryana. One would either have to take a flight to Chandigarh or Delhi and undertake a journey by road to reach Haryana.
While families mostly prefer Haryana as a travel destination, travellers also stop in Panchkula or Pinjore for an overnight stay while driving up the mountains towards Himachal. It also makes for a quick weekend getaway from nearby cities like Delhi.
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