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Panchkula Travel Guide

The planned city of Panchkula has been one of the most famous tourists spot of the state and who does not like a hill station to relax and enjoy the nature? The region is located in the way to the beautiful hills of Shimla and is a surely a city where you can get the glimpse of the beauty of Shimla.

The city is an amazing metropolitan region and also being the headquarter in the district of Panchkula it is a must to explore the well-maintained spots in the region. So, give a look at the top best places in the city of Panchkula.

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best tourists places in Panchkula

  • Mata Mansa Devi
  • The Cactus garden
  • Nada Sahib
  • Morni Hills
  • The Ramgarh fort
  • Yadavindra Gardens

Mata Mansa Devi

The beautiful temple is a famous pilgrimage site and the Hindu shrine is dedicated to goddess Mansa Devi a “roop” or form of Shakti. The temple is surrounded with beautiful Shivalik hills and the notable architecture of the temple is indeed mind-blowing. Thousands of worshippers visit the holy place especially the main 3 temples present in the complex and also do not forget to visit the place during the festival of Navaratri. The renowned Navaratri melas which are formed here during the festival season are a must to look at.

The Cactus garden

Your trip to Panchkula is going to stay incomplete if you do not visit the amazing cactus garden here. The garden is known as the National Cactus and Succulent Botanical Garden as well as the Research Centre. It is the hugest garden in Asia and you will some very rare species here. There are more than 3,500 species here and the place is the only region that has such a big collection of Indian succulents in the entire globe. There are shows organised here every year during the month of March and it is indeed a spectacular view to be enjoyed.

Nada Sahib

The Gurudwara is visited by many Sikhs every year because of its religious significance. The is the place where Guru Gobind Singh Ji stayed for a while after the war of Bhangani came to an end in the year of 1688. The two-story domed Gurudwara has a holy flag which flies highly at a distance of 32 m height and the new shrine is present very close to older one. There is also a museum present here which displays the life and history of Nada Sahib. The place reminds the victory of Guru Gobind Singh and it is a must visit the holy land.

Morni Hills

The is the only hill station in the state of Haryana and attracts many tourists for sure. It is a must to visit this popular vacation spot and also the area is a famous archaeological site too. Ranging around 1,220 metres in height, the hills really provide an amazing picturesque view. Many carvings are found here which traces back to 7th century which was found in the temple of Thakur Dwar. The nature’s beauty here with verities of migratory birds attracts many birdwatchers and wildlife lovers. As you walk the first thing you will see the massive door which is the the tallest Door in India. The detail carvings say its own history and you can know much more about the place once you visit it. The hills are filled with lush greenery and is a proper spot for getting some space from a stressful life.

The Ramgarh fort

The massive majestic fort was built years ago by the King Ram Chander and the place is surrounded by huge hills and lush greenery. The Shivalik hillocks found here is indeed renowned and the historical monument itself has the vibe that attracts huge tourists especially the one’s who are interested to know about the history of Haryana in depth. Now the fort is turned into a hotel with some amazing services and facilities available that makes the place a perfect source of relaxation for you to escape from the tiring life of the city and work. Although the area is developed the pure historic architecture is well preserved to date and many ancient items are found here.

Yadavindra Gardens

Also famously known as the Pinjore Gardens, the historical significance of the garden is well appreciated and the Mughal style architecture of the garden is very much remarkable for sure. Tracing back to the 17th century, the garden was later renovated by the Sikh Rulers of the Patiala Dynasty and many tourists just love the well-constructed seven terraces found here and also the place is a favourable site for many filmmakers.