Panipat is a city in the state of Haryana with a whole lot of history. The war of Panipat is a big part of Indian history and that is why Panipat is famous among tourists even today. The three significant wars were fought in and around the city. Other than that, the city is also known for is textiles and is named as ‘City of Weavers’ or ‘Textile City’. Some famous landmarks of the city are Ibrahim Lodhi’s Tomb, Kala Amb and more.
The garden and the mosque were made by Babur to celebrate his victory over Ibrahim Lodhi. He made this mosque on the name of his wife Musammat Kabuli Begum. It is a popular tourist attraction in the city of Panipat as the place speaks a lot about history and the Mughal rule.
It is a historic yet significant place in the city of Panipat. It was the place the third war of Panipat was fought back in 1761. People visit this place quite often for its peaceful environment and to also explore the history of the place.
Also Read: Know an amazing tourism hub in India
Taking tour of the historical sites of the city is a must-do.
Shopping is extremely engaging as there are a lot of local markets with tons of handloom and textile products. Chowra Bazar, Main Bazar, Jawahar Cloth Market are to name a few.
Affectionately Pracheen Kala Kendra, art lovers will be blessed to receive deep music and awesome dance in the 48th version of the esteemed five-day All-India Bhaskar Rao Nritya and Sangeet Sammelan opening on February 20 at Tagore Theater. Read more...
The festival is celebrated in Gurgaon every year with the initiatives taken by many organizations in order to promote the almost extinct forms of arts in India. It gives life to the martial arts and any other folk arts of the nation which are now forgotten by people. Read more...
Summers can be deadly hot in Haryana; hence winters are probably the best time to visit Panipat. Choose the months of November-February for the unforgettable experience.
You can plan your trip and create your own route to the city with Adotrip’s technically driven circuit planner. Click here