Best Tourist Places to Visit in Yamunanagar, Haryana, India

Best Tourist Places to Visit in Yamunanagar, Haryana, India

Indian state of Haryana. The town lies between latitude 30.1° in the north and longitude 77.28° in the east. Yamuna Nagar District covers an area of 1,756 sq. km. and is placed about 255 meters from the mean level of sea.

The Postal Code of Yamunanagar starts from 135001. Yamunanagar Town is the administrative headquarter of Yamuna Nagar District and is located about 106 km southeast of state capital Chandigarh.

Yamuna Nagar District is bounded by Sirmaur district of Himachal Pradesh in the north, Ambala district towards west, Karnal district on the southwest and Saharanpur district of Uttar Pradesh towards southeast.

One of the holy rivers of the country Yamuna River flows through Yamuna Nagar District. Yamuna Nagar is highly flourishing town houses several schools, colleges, engineering colleges, medical colleges and hospitals. Yamuna Nagar is one of the highest plywood production regions in the country.


History of Yamunanagar:

Yamuna Nagar was formed as a district on 1 November 1989. Yamuna Nagar was earlier known Abdullahpur and after renamed as Jamnanagaar. Also the town witnessed the rule of famous dynasties of the country and foreign as well.


Food, Shopping and Culture in Yamunanagar:

The natives of Yamuna Nagar speak major north Indian languages like Hindi, Punjabi, Gujarati and Rajasthani. Ras Leela, Phag dance, Dhamal dance, Gugga dance, Ghumar dance and Teej dance are the popular style of dances in Yamuna Nagar.

The food items of Yamuna Nagar are slightly different than other regions of the state. Hara Dhania Cholia, Methi Gajjar, Kadhi Pakora, Mixed Dal, Khichri, Bathua Raita, Tamatar Chutney, Besan Masala, Roti-Makhan, Bajra Aloo Roti-Makhan, Bhura, Roti-Ghee and Mithe Chawal are the popular dishes in Yamuna Nagar.

Yamuna Nagar is highly emerging city in recent years in shopping sector. There are several multiplex projects proposed in Yamuna Nagar and various high end brand stores have stated their operations all around the town. Also Yamuna Nagar houses plenty of handicraft and archeological product centres.


How to reach Yamuna Nagar?

Yamuna Nagar is located about 193 km from national capital Delhi and 224 km away from Gurgaon City. Yamuna Nagar is well connected with Delhi, Gurgaon, Chandigarh, Kurukshetra and Rohtak by Haryana Roadways buses and the buses are easily accessible at Yamuna Nagar Town Bus Stand.

The main Railway Station of Yamuna Nagar District Jagadhri Railway Station located just 2 km away from the midpoint of Yamunanagar Town. Yamuna Nagar is about 97 kms from its nearest airport Chandigarh Airport.


Top tourist attractions in Yamuna Nagar:


Kalesar Wildlife Sanctuary:

Kalesar Wildlife Sanctuary is a prime attraction of Yamuna Nagar stretched over an area of 11,570 acres situated to east side of Yamuna Nagar Town. This sanctuary is located on the banks of River Beas and is positioned at an altitude of about 3000 feet. The sanctuary is surrounded by full of khair, shisam, tun, sain, amla and sal trees.

Kalesar Wildlife Sanctuary is home to chital, barking deer, gorals, sambar, wild boar, Rhesus macaque monkeys, red jungle fowls, panthers, tigers and leopards. 100 years old colonial Dak Bungalow is the major attraction of the sanctuary.


Chaudhary Devi Lal Herbal Nature Park:

Chaudhary Devi Lal Herbal Nature Park is a study centre sited on the Yamuna Nagar-Paonta Road in the vicinity of Chuharpur Village. It was established in the year 2001, exports therapeutic plants and ayurvedic drugs to different parts of globe.

The park occupies an area of about 185 acres and houses nearly 310 therapeutic plants, shrubs, climbers and herbs. There are different trees like teak, shisham, simbal and khair seen in Chaudhary Devi Lal Herbal Nature Park. Safed musli, vach, brahmi, chitrak and isabgol, Tulsi, pippali, bhumi amalaki, bahera, gwarpatha, sarpagandha, makoy are the medicinal plants found in the park.


Bilaspur and Kapal Mochan:

Bilaspur and Kapal Mochan are twin towns situated near Yamuna-Nagar famous for their historical importance. It is believed that the author of the Mahabharata Maharishi Ved Vyas stayed in Bilaspur. Kapal Mochan is popular for very old figurine of Uma Mahadev built during 11th century.

Bilaspur and Kapal Mochan twin towns have near proximity with Rinmochan Kund, Surya Kund, Kapal Mochan Kund and a gurudwara of Dasam Padshahi.


Shivalik Hills:

Shivalik Hills also called as Manak Parbat is placed between 27°46′ N latitude and 82°24′ E longitude. This top tourist attraction situated near Yamuna Nagar attracts tourists from all over the state and the country as well for its environmental beauty.


 Other tourist places near Yamuna Nagar include:

  • Rani Ka Talab
  • Lakhnaur Sahib Gurudwara
  • Air Force Base
  • Anandpur Sahib
  • Jain Mandir


Best time to visit Yamuna Nagar:

During the months of winter season especially from October to January is the great time to visit Yamuna Nagar.


Accommodation options in and around Yamuna Nagar:

  • Madhu Hotel
  • Sapphire Hotel
  • Hotel NG Paradise
  • Grey Pelican
  • Hotel Relax
  • Kaveri Hotel
  • Prince Hotel
  • Ramans Hotel
  • Central Royal Hotel
  • Jyoti Hotel
  • Hotel J K Residency
  • Orchid Square Hotel

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