Haryana Map

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Haryana is a state in Northern India. The state shares its boundaries with Rajasthan in the south and west, Himachal Pradesh and Punjab in the north, and the territory of Delhi in the east. The capital of Haryana is Chandigarh and it is also the capital of the neighboring state of Punjab. However, the biggest city of the state is Faridabad. The state was formed on 1 November, 1966.

Area and Population of Haryana

The total area of the state is 17,070 sq miles or 44,212 km2 which makes it the 20th biggest state in India by area. As laid down by the census performed in 2011, the population of the state is 27,761,063, making it the 16th most populated state in India. The density of population in Haryana is 1,485.212/sq miles or 573.443/km2.

Geographical features of Haryana

Haryana is a non-coastal, interior state. It is located at an altitude of 200 meters to 1200 meters or 700-3600 feet over sea surface. Geographically, the state can be divided into the following regions:

Rivers in Haryana

The major rivers of the state are as follows:

Yamuna, Sarasvati, Ghaggar, Markanda, and the Tangri river.

Flora and Fauna of Haryana

Woodlands cover a total area of 1,553 km2 of the state. The variety of flora in the state includes eucalyptus, mulberry, kikar, pine, babul and shisham. A wide variety of fauna is seen in Haryana comprising nilgai, blackbuck, fox, panther, jackal, mongoose, and wild dog. Over 300 varieties of birds are seen in the state.

Demographic features of Haryana

The literacy rate of the state is 76.4% and the state occupies the 17th position in India in terms of literacy. About 90% of the population of the state are Hindus, 6.2% are Sikhs, 0.10% Christians, and 4.05% are Muslims. In addition, there are a small number of Jains living in the state. The official language of the state is Hindi. Other languages spoken in the state include Haryanvi, Sanskrit, English, Punjabi and Ahirwati.

Economy of Haryana

Industries like business process outsourcing (BPO), manufacturing, retail and agriculture are the backbone of the state's economy. Service industries also make a significant contribution to the economic development of the state.

Districts in Haryana

There are 22 districts that make up the state of Haryana and they are as follows:

Gurgaon Division

Palwal District, Faridabad District, Mahendragarh District, Gurgaon District, Mewat District, and Rewari District

Ambala Division

Kaithal District, Ambala District, Panchkula District, Kurukshetra District, and Yamuna Nagar District

Rohtak Division

Karnal District, Jhajjar District, Rohtak District, Panipat District, and Sonipat District

Hisar Division

Fatehabad District, Bhiwani District, Jind District, Charkhi Dadri District, Hisar District, and Sirsa District.

Educational institutes in Haryana

Given below are the names of the well-known educational institutes in the state:

Haryana Agricultural University, Hissar, YMCA University of Science and Technology, NIT Kurukshetra, University Institute of Engineering and Technology, Kurukshetra University, Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology, Manav Rachna College of Engineering, The Technological Institute of Textile & Sciences, Bhiwani, Maharishi Dayanand University at Rohtak University Institute of Engineering & Technology, University Campus (UIET, Rohtak), ITM University at Gurgaon, Manav Rachna International University at Faridabad, Kurukshetra University at Kurukshetra, Chaudhary Devi Lal University at Sirsa, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology at Hisar, Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Mullana, National Dairy Research Institute, Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma PGIMS (Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences) Rohtak, and Management Development Institute (MDI) in Gurgaon.

Tourist attractions in Haryana

The state of Haryana is famous for housing the following tourist attractions:

Kurukshetra, Chandigarh, Sultanpur National Park, Panchkula, Dumdama Lake, Taliyar, Surajkund and Morni Hills.

Some of the Major Towns in Haryana

Haryana State Information

Capital Chandigarh
Date of formation 01/11/66
Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki
Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar
Tourist attractions Sultanpur NP, Rock Gardens, Dumdama Lake
Festivals Gugga Naumi, Lohri Basant Panchmi
Major dance and music forms Sarangi/Ras Leela, Phag Dance
Arts and crafts Shoes called tilla or kasuri juttis are made from buffalo and goat hide; panja dhurries
Languages Hindi, Haryanvi, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Ahirwati, English
Size 44,212 sq. km
Population (Census 2011) 25351462
Rivers Yamuna, Sarasvati, Ghaggar, Markanda, and the Tangri
Forests and wildlife sanctuaries Sultanpur NP, Kalesar NP, Simbalawara WS
State animal Blackbuck
State bird Black francolin
State flower Lotus
State tree Peepal
Major crops Sugarcane, groundnut, paddy, maize
Factoids Many invaders like the Huns and Alexander's army swept through Haryana.
Gugga Naumi is a festival that is observed by both Hindus and Muslims. It honours Gugga Pit who could cure snake bites.
No. of District 22