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Faridabad

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Faridabad

Baba Farid's Tomb:

Baba Farid, originally known as Sheikh Farid was a Sufi saint and the founder of Faridabad city. The tomb of Baba Farid is located in the main city center and is a popular pilgrimage site for the Muslim community. The grave of Baba Farid is fenced and pilgrims offer flowers and shawl to the Saint from a distance. The entrances of Baba Farid Tomb are arch shaped while the tomb is painted in white signifying peace and equality.

 

Badkhal Lake:

Badhkal Lake, located in Badhkal village is a very famous tourist attraction of Faridabad. Located at a distance of 8 Kms from the Delhi Faridabad border, the Badhkal Lake is an artificial lake surrounded by the beautiful Aravali Mountains. Due to excessive industrial houses spreading industrial waste around the Badhkal village, the Badhkal Lake has dried up considerably. The Haryana Tourism is making efforts to restore the glory of the lake by and organizes an annual flower show in spring to attract tourists.

 

Aravali Golf Course:  

Haryana is one the most popular states promoting active Golf tourism. The Aravali Gold Course located on the Delhi-Agra Road on National Highway–2 on the foothills of the Aravali Mountains is one of the most beautiful golf courses in India. The Aravali Golf course is a nine-hole golf course covers an extensive area of around 67 acres; the golf course has many add on amenities including restaurants, bars and a club house. Annual Golf tournaments are held in the course with a large number of national and international players participating.

 

Dhauj Lake:

Dhauj Lake is a natural fresh water lake located at a distance of 20 kms from Faridabad on the main Faridabad-Sohna Road. The lake dries up during the hot summer and gets filled during the monsoon season post August. The lake attracts tourists from all parts of the world and is also a very significant place for the adventure tourists serving as a base for rock climbing activities. The Mountains around the Dhauj Lake has a number of natural and artificial stones and overhangs brilliant for climbing and rappelling activities. The Lake in its vicinity has over 2000 different routes for climbing with different levels of difficulty making it a rock climber’s paradise.

 

Shirdi Sai Baba Temple:  

The Shirdi Sai Baba Temple commonly known as Sai Dham is a popular pilgrimage destinations in Faridabad. Located in Sector-16A of Faridabad, at a distance of 30 kms from Delhi, the temple is spread over an area of 3 acres. The temple is devoted to Shridi Sai Baba and has a 5.25 feet tall white marble edifice of the holy saint. The temple also has a large community hall for the devotees. The temple attracts maximum number of pilgrims on Thursdays. The holy rituals in the temple including holy bath of Sai Baba and daily prayers or aartis performed five times a day.

 

Surajkund:

Surajkund Tourist Complex is located in Surajkund town of Faridabad at a distance of around 14 Kms Faridabad city center. The complex has a fresh water lake named Siddha Kund which is believed to have medicinal properties. An annual handicraft fair is organized in Surajkund every year in February, showcasing handicraft items by artisans from across India, attracting a large number of domestic and foreign tourists.

 

Nahar Singh Cricket Stadium:

Nahar Singh Cricket stadium is one of the biggest cricket stadiums in the state of Haryana. With a seating capacity of more than 25,000 spectators, the stadium features 6 centre pitches, 3 practice pitches and an advanced pavilion having a suite of 200 seats. Constructed in the year 1981, the Nahar Singh Cricket stadium has hosted many international cricket matches and is a regular playing arena in India's domestic cricket league.

 

Shiva temple

This is a famous temple in Faridabad city. Dedicated to Lord Shiva and Parvati, the 22 feet tall Shiv Linga in the temple is the major attraction. Hundreds of devotees come here every day and the Rudrabhisheka (a ritual in which the Shiv Linga is bathed with milk and water) needs special mentioning.