Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Haryana

Tourism


Chandigarh

Chandigarh, the 1st planned modern city of India designed by the French architect Le Corbusier serves as the capital of both Punjab and Haryana. However, the city does not belong to either state. Chandigarh was constituted as a union territory on 1st November, 1966 and is administered by the Government of India. The city is named after the mother goddess of power, Chandi, and a fort or 'garh' beyond the Chandi temple. The city is divided into 47 numbered sectors. It has well-laid roads lined with rows of trees and beautifully planned buildings. Against the backdrop of the Siwalik smountains, the city looks charming.

image    Tourist Attractions
» The Capitol Complex » The High Court » The Legislative Assembly
» The Secretariat
 
image   Dams, Lakes, Beaches and Waterfalls
» Sukhna Lake
 
image   Fairs, Festivals and Events
» April Fools' Day » Teej Festival » The Chandigarh Carnival
» The Chrysanthemums Show » The Festival of Gardens » The Mango Festival
» The Plaza Carnival
 
image   Forts, Palaces, Monuments and Museums
» Child Art Gallery » City Museum » International Dolls Museum
» National Gallery of Portraits » Open Hand Monument » The Art Gallery
» The Government Museum » The Natural History Museum
 
image   Getaways
» Morni Hills
 
image   Parks, Gardens and Zoos
» Botanical Gardens » Bougainvillea Garden » Cactus Garden
» Chattbir Zoo » Children's Traffic Park » Dr. Zakir Rose Garden
» Fitness Trail Flower Garden » Garden of Fragrance » Hibiscus Gardens
» Pinjore Gardens » Rajendra Park » Shanti Kunj
» Smiriti Upavan » Terraced Garden » The Leisure Valley
» The Rock Garden » Topiary Park
 
image   Shopping
» The City Centre
 
image   Temples
» Ancient Shiva Temple of Saketri » Bhima Devi Temple » Chandi Mandir
» Jayanti Devi Temple » Mansa Devi Temple