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Hissar

Hissar was the biggest district in Haryana. It has now been spilt in to three - the new districts being Bhiwani and Sirsa. The district has made striking progress during the last few years both in agriculture and industry. The Haryana Agricultural university and the Government Live stock farm (biggest in Asia) are located here. Hissar is now the head quarters of the second division in Haryana.

Places of Interest


Bishnoi Mandir
Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University
Feroze Shah's Palace and Fort
Gujari Mahal
Humayun's Mosque
Jain Pillar
Jahaz Kothi
Lat Ki Masjid
Pranpir Badshah's Tomb

How to reach

By Train
Hissar is a major rail junction.

By Road
The city is a major road junction. Metered rickshaws, taxis, and buses are available for local transport.

Agroha

Agroha has been famous place in the Haryana. It is situated about twenty-kilometers north-west of Hissar on the road to Fatehabad. It has many old mounds to the north-west of the town. They occupy an area about two hundred and sixty hectares which indicates the past glory and sprawling extent of the place. Now Agroha is one of the important towns in Haryana.

Jhajjar
Jhajjar district was carved out of Rohtak district on July 15, 1997. The district headquarter is situated in Jhajjar town at a distance of about 65 kms from Delhi.

Jahazgarh
It is a small town, situated about 15 km from Jhajjar. An Irish adventurer, George Thomas founded it and built a fort here called Georgegarh which was later changed to Jahazgarh. An annual cattle fair is held here and it attract buyers and sellers from Haryana and out side.

Jind
The district headquarter is situated in Jind town. The town, headquarter of the district of the same name is situated on the Ferozepur-Delhi section of the Northern Railway, 123 kilometers away from Delhi and 57 Kilometers from Rohtak. It is also connected by road with Delhi, Patiala, Chandigarh and other important towns of the state.

Places of Interest

Bhuteshvara temple locally known as Rani Talab.
Dhamtan Sahib Gurudwara
Hari Kailash
Jainti Devi Temple
Jawala Maleshvara tirath.

How to reach

By Train
The district is connected by rail network.

By Road
Jind is well connected with the neighboring cities by road.

Kaithal
The district headquarter is situated in Kaithal. At present, the district of Kaithal is a flourishing agricultural town known for its cotton and rice.

Places of Interest

Brick Temples
Dargah of Baba Shah Kamal Kadri
Gyarah Rudri Temple
Phelgu Tank
Temples of Saraswati, Kapil Muni and Baba Narayan Das
Tomb of Razia Sultan

How to reach

By Train
The district is connected by a well-developed rail network.

By Road
Kaithal is well connected with the neighboring cities by road.

Karnal
The district headquarter is situated in Karnal city. It is 123 km from Delhi on the National Highway NH1, also called the GT Road, and 126 km from Chandigarh.

Places of Interest

Atal Park
Church Tower
Kalandar Shah's tomb
Mama Bhanja Fort
Miran Sahib's Tomb
National Bureau of Animal Genetics Research Centre
National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI), CSSR
Sugarcane Breeding Institute.
Tarori Ka Killa
Wheat Research Directorate
The Highway Golf Course

How to reach

By Train
Karnal is an important city on Delhi-Ambala Rail Line & Sher Shah Suri Marg (G.T.Road), connected with all important places in the country. Connected by rail with Delhi (south) and Amritsar (northwest), Karnal is an important trade centre.

By Road
It is 123 kilometers from Delhi & 130 kilometers from Chandigarh.