Haryana Day is celebrated annually on the first day of November. This is an amazing and mysterious state in India, which is the largest supplier of basmati rice. And there are many historical places and attractions.
The holiday dedicated to the Indian state of Haryana is celebrated annually on November 1st. What is so special about this state? First of all, its location – access to it is one of the simplest and easiest, therefore it was this territory of India that most often succumbed to attacks. Historically, the Indo-speaking population dominated here, but as a result of numerous invasions, the peoples mixed up.
The history of the state is filled with dramatic events, as numerous national movements fought for the independence of the state. After numerous attempts, the Indian government decided to make Haryana an independent state. The decisive factor in making the decision was the language factor – in this area, the inhabitants speak the local dialect.
- Haryana is one of the main tourist destinations in India, this land holds a huge amount of cultural heritage.
- Local residents are mainly engaged in agriculture.
- The state is called the land of gold medalists – in 2010 at the Commonwealth Games, participants from Haryana won 22 of 38 gold medals.
- Two Indian states – Haryana and Punjab – have a common capital – Chandigarh.
- Not only tourists like to relax here, but also locals, they call this place of joy.
How to celebrate
The best way is to travel to this state and visit the numerous attractions, the National Cactus Botanical Garden in Panchkul. It is enough to set aside a weekend for a trip and enjoy the unusual culture of this place, the beauty of Haryana. Learn more about the history of this state, events that took place over the centuries. Be sure to talk about the holiday on social networks, share culture and encourage people to be more tolerant and friendlier.
When is Haryana Day celebrated in 2022?
Haryana Day is observed on November 1 each year.