Ambala district is bordered by Yamunanagar, Srimour, Panchkula, Mohali, Patiala and Kurukshetra districts. Ambala city is situated between Ghaggar and Rivers. The city is divided into two parts: Ambala Cantonment and Ambala City. The city was one of the first cantonments established by the British. It was an important airport of the British. It is also known as the "City of Scientific Instruments" due to the presence of science market. The city is best known for its textile market. Handlooms, silk and cotton clothes are available in the wholesale markets of Ambala.
Like many other beautiful cities of India, Ambala also has its own charm. It is a city in Haryana proudly known for its Air Force and Army Base between two rivers, Ghaggar and Tangri. Which is known for its Dildar logo and grand gurudwara. Thegurudwarain Ambala attracts people from all over the world. The white Bhaggu Bagh Gurudwara, depicting peace and happiness, is dedicated to Guru Gobind Singhji. Other royal gurdwaras, Sisganj and Manji Sahib are visited. Kali MataTempleElephant Kanna Temple to name a few.
In the oldest Ambala Planetarium of its kind in the country, see the spectacular scenes of a night sky. Enjoy the beauty of nature with many parks and gardens that enhance the beauty of this place. The church, the king s lock and the queen s lock are some of the scenic spots in the area. This area Grand Trunk Road is mentioned in Rudyard Kipling s novel named Kim. Its main attractions are Bhavani Amba Temple, Badshahi Bagh Gurdwara, European Cemetery, Lakhi Shah s Poets and Tukwal Shah, St. Paul s Church, Gurdwara Manji Sahib and Sis Ganj etc.
Why Go To Ambala
Many parks, gardens and beauty of nature |
Best time to visit Ambala
The month of October and November is the ideal time to go to Ambala.