More than 300 species of medicinal trees, herbs, shrubs, climbers ferns and aquatic plants have been planted. Some of the important plants grown in the park are Ashwagandha, Sarpagandha, Safed Musali (Chlorophytum borivilianum L), Brahmi, Vach, Chitrak, Shatavari, Isabagol, Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum), Pippali, Makoy, Bhumi amalki, Bahera, Gwarpatha, Harad, Amla (Phyllanthus emblica), Rudraksh, Bael, Kalihari, Patharchur, Lemon grass, Liquorice, Jatropha, Palmarosa and Haldi (Turmeric).
Medicinal herbal plantation has been done under matured trees and along with tree plantation. So far lacs of herbs-shrubs have already been planted in along with medicinal tree plants. Since the park spreads over a large area, therefore to facilitate the tourists, a demonstrative herbal garden near the entrance has been made which displays more than 200 varieties out of the total varieties available in the park, of different medicinal plants on aesthetically designed herbal beds and it also provides sitting and walking places for tourists. Description of each plant and uses has also been displayed through name plates. This is a major tourist attraction in the Park.
Just one hour drive from Delhi you arrive peacefull place Sultanpur Lake.A leisurely walk along the perimeter of the whole park can take up to two hours. In addition to the birds, antelopes like Neelgai (Blue Bull) and Black Buck are also seen here.Some of the resident birds Common Hoopoe, Francolin, Black Francolin, Indian Roller,Cattle Egret, India Crested Lark, Red vented Bulbul,Greater Coucal, Weaver Bird, Bank Mynah, Common Mynah and Green Bee Eater.
In winter the sanctuary provides a picturesque panorama of migratory birds such as Ruff, Greater Flamingo, Black winged Stilt, Common Teal, Common Greenshank, Northern Pintail,Spotted Sandpiper, Eurasian Wigeon, Black tailed Godwit, Spotted Redshank, Starling, Bluethroat and Long billed Pipit.
In summer migratory birds such as Asian Koel, Black crowned Night Heron, Eurasian Golden Oriole, Comb duck, Blue cheeked Bee Eater, Blue tailed Bee Eater and Cuckoos come here.
This famous Peligram Place is about 5 kilometres off the western side Narnaul-Sighna road on low less green hill-top.Every Tuseday a large number of people visit there.It is supposed to have healing and divine powers and the places is visited by people with all kinds of problems of wealth and good fortune.This 63 Feet hight of Hanuman staute built in 1999 on slow Chilla hill-top by a Merchant Mr Pandey was born in Narnaul and now live in Kanpur for bussince. Other temples to visit Durga Mata Temple and Bharav Temple.
Pinjore is famous for the beautiful Mughal Garden, perhaps the loveliest and the oldest in northern India is in seven Teraces entrance is on higher leveal.
The most fascinating attractions of the Pinjore valley however are majestic muchal gardens. The structures date to the 17th century AD and are perhaps the only Mughal garden, where one descends to the last step.
Garden on the classical charbagh pattern, given the area a central waterway.Both sides of this waterway were covered with the patches of green bordered with flowers and shaded by trees like the traditional palm, the cypress and magnolia.
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It is held in the month of February from 1st-15th. The Surajkund Crafts Mela is held just 8 km from south Delhi.
Beneath thatched roof platforms, master crafts persons carefully display the finest of handlooms and handicrafts from all over the country. The event is so colorful and rich in experience, that many a tourist has returned to visit it again and again. The prices are relatively low compared to emporia, and some of the stuff can be amazing. Shops at the Mela bustle with the brilliance of mirror encasing embroidery, delicate lace work, folk motifs on terracotta forms, metal and cane-ware, the tinkle of bangles, shimmer of iridescent silks and the jingle of toys and trinkets. The Surajkund Crafts Mela is more than a celebration of crafts. At the fan shaped open-air-theatre name 'Natyashala' rich folk dances and musical evenings are held throughout the mela fortnight.
Kurukshetra is a place of great historical and religious importance, revered all over the country for its sacred association with the Vedas and the Vedic Culture. It was here that the battle of Mahabharat was fought and Lord Krishna preached his Philosophy of 'KARMA' as enshrined in the Holy Bhagwad-Gita, to Arjuna at Jyotisar. In the very first verse of Bhagwad-Gita, Kurukshetra is described as DHARAMKSHETRA i.e. 'Region of righteousness'. According to Hindu mythology, the name Kurukshetra applied to a circuit of about 48 KOS or about 128 Km which includes a large number of holy places, temples and tanks connected with the ancient Indian traditions and the Mahabharat War and Kurus, the ancestor of Kouravs and Pandavs. Kurukshetra is intimately related to the Aryan civilization and its growth along the Saraswati river.
One of the best place to visit is the Badhkal Lake, about 32 km from Delhi. This man-made lake is surrounded by Aravali Hills and there is a resort of Haryana Tourism to cater to the people visiting it.
The first battle of Panipat, fought in AD 1526 in which invader Babur defeated Ibrahim Lodhi, the Sultan of Delhi, on April 26. In the second battle of Panipat, on November 5, 1556, Akbar's guardian Bairam Khan defeated the Hindu ruler Hemu. Ahmad Shah Abdali, the Afghan ruler defeated the Marathas in the third battle of Panipat that took place on 13 January, 1761
Kabuli Shah mosque was built by Babur after his victory over Ibrahim Lodhi. He named the mosque after his wife Kabuli Begum. Six years later when Humayun defeated Salim Shah, he got a platform called Chabutara Fateh Mubarak made around the mosque. The mosque has chambers on two sides and an inscription in Persian runs along the parapet.
There are Jain temples in Holi mohalla and a shrine to the Muslim saint Abu Ali Kalandar. A fort rises up away from Panipat at its highest point, still guarding the city from invaders. There is a park named after the famous Urdu poet and critic Altaaf Hussein Haali, who was born in Panipat in 1837.
This beautiful tomb bult by Sher Shah Suri (A.D. 1538-1545) for his grant father was died in (AD 1518).
Jal Mahal was bult by Shah-Quli Khan in (AD 1590-91) in the center of a water tank during the reign of emperor Akbar (AD 1556-1605).He was the governor of Narnaul.