Haryana travel

 Facts And Figures
Area 44,212sq kms
Capital Chandigarh
Population 16,317,715
Languages Hindi, Punjabi
Airports Ambala, Hisar, Karnal.

tourist attractions

The place is best suited for residents of west and North Delhi as you don't have to cross the city traffic to get here. Reach Peera Garhi crossing and take the Rohtak Road. You will cross the Delhi border in about 20 km. You can have a look at the Azad Hind Gram at Tikri, which is a memorial to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose with promise of developing into another Delhi Haat. Go straight after crossing Bahadurgarh and you will have to take a left turn down the road about 10 km, better to ask some locals as there is no landmark at the turning. The highway is a two way with some speed breakers (nasty ones)  too near villages but the surface is all right. The dhabas dotting the road give you a 'out of city feel' and serve the usual stuff. Just after crossing Bahadurgarh you can stop at the Parle biscuit factory and have a look at their assembly line for biscuits, the smell of fresh biscuits is really great.
From Dhaula Kuan take the Jaipur highway to reach  Gurgaon and take a left turn at  Rajiv Gandhi Chowk crossing for the Sohna road. About 10 km before Sohna look for a small left turn to reach Damdama. You can stop at the sprawling Haldiram complex for some snacks if you like by the highway near Gurgaon.

It is situated on Nilachal hill, eight km east of the city. This temple honour the mother Goddess Kamakhya, the essence of female energy. It is one of the 108 Shakti Peethas of Goddess Durga. The temple was rebuilt in 1665 after being destroyed by Muslim invaders, but its origins are much older than that. It was probably an ancient Khasi sacrificial site, sacrifices are still very much part of worshiping here. Group of devotees arrive each morning with goats to offer to Shakti.

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