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Cities of Haryana
Cities of Haryana have close association with ancient Indian culture, especially with the Indian epic, Mahabharata.
 
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 City of Haryana - KurukshetraIn India, cities of Haryana have rich treasure of historic remnants as left over by the people of Vedic India. Cities of Harynana are situated in the lap of lush green forests and bountiful vegetation. Agriculture is the main occupation of the local inhabitants. Being the state capital, Chandigarh city has an importance. Punjabi, Hindi is the main languages spoken in the cities of Haryana.

The rich association of Indian kings adds to the importance of theses cities of Haryana to a great extent. The famous battle of Kurukshetra, as depicted in the Indian epic Mahabharata, had taken place here. Ambala, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Hissar, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Panipat, Rohtak, Yaminanagar are some of the cities which typically bear resemblance of north Indian culture and tradition. Music, fairs and festivals are celebrated in great enthusiasm in the cities of Haryana. The state of Haryana is a colorful and prosperous state in India. It is popular for many reasons. Haryana reflects the rich cultural heritage. The affluence and richness of the various cities if Haryana make it a renowned tourist spot in the country. For the people of Haryana, agriculture is the main source of livelihood. The beauty of the cities has a lot to do with the relationship the state has with the kings. The list of the major cities of Haryana is indeed very big. Some of the main cities are Faridabad, Hissar, Kurukshetra, Gurgaon and Ambala, which bears the symbols of Indian culture.

Chandigarh
The city of Chandigarh is the capital of Haryana and Punjab. It was built after independence and boasts of picturesque lakes and splendid architecture. Temples of Goddess Chandi, Rose Garden, Rock garden, Sukhna Lake, Open Hand and Capitol complex happens to be some of the important tourist`s spots in Chandigarh.

Faridabad
Faridabad is the financial hub of Haryana is a bordered by Uttar Pradesh in the south and east, Gurgaon in the west and Delhi in the north. Faridabad is popular for its agricultural output, especially henna production. There are many temples and Gurudwaras that are located in the city as well. Some of the popular religious places situated in this city are Pothi Mala, Singh Sabha and Santo Ka Gurudwara and Ghusain Ka Mandir and Hanuman Mandir.

Panipat
Panipat is popular for its textile and carpets. It also has a handloom weaving industry as well. The major attractions of Panipat are the Salar Kunj Gate, Kala Amb and Devi Mandir.

Gurgaon
Gurgaon is popular for its off-shore and outsourcing hub. It was has an array of hotels, malls and restaurants and BPO centers. This city is known as the "Mall Capital" of the country.

(Last Updated on : 01/07/2011)
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