Karnal, a city in the Indian province of Haryana, brags of a history venturing into the time of the Mahabharata. Settled in the banks of the sacrosanct Yamuna River, Karnal today is famously called the ‘Rice Bowl of India’ for its tremendous rice fields.
Situated in the National Capital Region, Karnal has restricted vacation destinations to see, the most mainstream of which is Karna Lake. It is accepted that it was here that the legendary saint Karna, after whom the city is named, offered offerings to poor people. It is home to some world-class organizations of innovative work like the National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI) and Directorate of Wheat Research (DWR). The most ideal approach to investigate this town is to go for a comfortable stroll, glutting on the neighborhood food.
Attractions: Karna Lake, Babur’s Masjid, Kalander Shahs Tomb, Gurudwara Manji Sahib, Durga Bhavani temple, Miran Sahib’s tomb, Karnal Cantonment Church Tower, Karnal Golf Course, Atal Park, etc…
Best Time to Visit: The winter months between October and March are the best months to visit.
How to Reach
- By Air: The closest air terminal to Karnal is the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. Global explorers can get a transport or a train from the air terminal.
- By Rail: Trains are likewise an increasingly conservative method of transport. Mussoorie Express, Jhelum Express, Unchahar Express, Amritsar Express, Himalayan Queen and Jan Shatabdi Express all go through Railway Station. Tickets run between INR 150 and INR 500.
- By Road: Karnal is on National Highway 1, which is associated with Delhi and other significant areas. Ordinary transport administrations exist among Delhi and Karnal. While nearby transports cost around INR 50 – INR 150, choice Volvo transports may cost you between INR 300 – INR 700. A ways off of 120 kilometers from Delhi, the excursion may take around 3-4 hours. You can likewise, from Chandigarh – it is a ways off of 140 kilometers.