Places of Interest

Anandpur Bandh (Dam)
The Anang Dam, situated about 2 kms. south-west of Surajkund is ascribed to Anangpala of Tomara dynasty of eleventh century AD. It is battered on the east and has steps on the west with angular flaked steps on the southern and northern extremities...
Aravalli Golf Course
This Haryana Tourism owned and operated golf course derives its nomenclature from the Aravallis a world's oldest mountain range that runs across Haryana. It is a unique geological feature, the antiquity of which adds to its magnificence...
Gymkhana Club
Gymkhana Club is a perfect recreation place. It has a swimming pool, a well-equipped gymnasium, tennis courts, badminton courts and a billiard room. The club is situated in idyllic surroundings...
Mughal Bridge
There is a mention in the memoirs of Mughal emperor Jahangir that he ordered large or small, but convenient, bridges to be erected at the passage of every river, so that the travellers are able to pursue 'their journey without obstruction'. This bridge is one of those bridges constructed during his reign...
Nahar Singh Cricket Stadium
A stadium which was built in 1981 has the honour of hosting number of international and domestic cricket matches.The Nahar Singh cricket stadium has a capacity of 25,000 people. With ultra-modern facilities, this stadium is one of the most accomplished stadiums of north India...
Nahar Singh Palace
This beautifully maintained palace of the legendary Raja Nahar Singh dates back to the 18th century AD. The earliest parts of Raja Nahar Singh's palace were constructed by his ancestor Rao Balram...
Rajhans Convention Centre
Rajhans Convention Centre comprises well-equipped conference, meeting and banquet halls providing a diverse range of convention, banquet and wi-fi enabled facilities in the lap of Mother Nature at Surajkund, Faridabad. The Convention hall measures 6,160 sq.ft. and is a pillar less structure...
Rose Garden
Rose gardens are an added attraction of the Faridabad. There are two Rose gardens here. One is located in Sector 17 and the other is adjacent to the Nahar Singh Stadium. The gardens possess number of varied coloured roses...
Surajkund
Surajkund (literal meaning is 'Lake of the Sun') is an artificial Kund (‘Kund’ means lake or reservoir) built in the backdrop of the Aravalli hills with an amphitheatre-shaped embankment constructed in semicircular form...
Surajkund (a masonry tank)
A water tank, resembling Roman amphitheatre, known as Surajkund, is believed to have been constructed by the Tomar king Surajpal, who is largely believed to be a bardic tradition king. It dates back to the pre-Islamic period, and presents a remarkable example of contemporary Hindu architecture...

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