Panipat Tourism

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Joginder Singh5.0/5

1 review

Joyous city to go, Panipat

Panipat is a very cool city. It is very interesting city. People are energetic. I buy all my hand loom goods, woollen stuffs, blankets, bedsheets etc, from Panipat only. Huda sector 11-12, model town are places of well off people and have a class. Food is very good especially chole bathure. Devi mandir is a good temple to visit. Dusshra of Panipat is very famous. If one wants to go for shopping saree, markets like Insar bazaar, Main bazaar welcome them. Malls like Mittal mega mall, fun city mall are also very famous.

An advice:The city is very chaotic and traffic problem is there. So, make sure you go a little earlier wherever you want to go in this city.

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Gourav Arora5.0/5

2 reviews

Awesome place-Panipat

Awesome place totally enjoyment city I liked it a lot. Full moj masti hand loom a large scale business export import good work. Nagpal prints is good service in Panipat for hand loom prints. Go once & enjoy the place. The name of hand loom hub. Haryana best city.

Panipat Video Reviews

Nice place

kabuli bagh

Tomb of bu ali shah qalandar

A historical battle field which witnessed 3 Wars

Ibrahim lodhi tomb

Good place

Kabuli bagh mosque

Devi temple

Devi temple

Devi temple

I am heading to Panipat

Panipat Overview

The city of Panipat, well known for the battles of Panipat, is a significant historic city of Panipat District in the state of Haryana. The city is situated 90 km north of the capital of India, Delhi. Panipat is famous in India with the name of “City of Weaver” due to the presence of numerous factories and weaving looms making handlooms like blankets and carpets.

Panipat is the birthplace of the famous Urdu Shayar ‘Maulana Hali.’ The battle of Panipat has been significant with the name of this city. Panipat is also one of the five legendary cities that were found by the Pandava brothers, due to which it came to be known as Panduprastha. Three pivotal battles have been fought on the land of Panipat.

The first battle of Panipat was fought on 21st April, 1526. This battle was fought between Ibrahim Lodhi, Sultan of Delhi and the warlord of Timurid, Zaheeruddin Babur. This battle ended with the ‘Lodi Rule’ in the area.

The second battle of Panipat was fought on 5th November, 1556 between the armies of Akbar and a North Indian King, namely Samrat Hem Chandra Vikramaditya. The battle ended with the rule of Samrat Vikramaditya over large parts of Agra and Delhi.

The third battle of Panipat was fought in 1761 between Ahmad Shah Abdali and Sadashivrao Bhau Peshwa of Pune. This battle resulted in a bad defeat for the Marathas and was followed by the British conquest of India.

Along with being a significant historic destination of India, Panipat is also the biggest centre of Shoddy Yarn in the world. Its Samalkha subdivision is also famous as a Foundry of Agricultural instruments. It is an employment centre for many unemployed weavers’ and artists from different states of India. The district also has heavy industry due to the presence of Indian Oil Corporation, National Thermal Power Corporation Power Plant and National Fertilizers Plant.

Panipat also has some significant tourist destinations like Hemu Samadhi-Sthal, grave of Ibrahim Lodhi, Kabuli Bagh, Devi Mandir, Salar Gunj Gate as well as the famous Tomb of Bu Ali Shah Qalandar.

The city of Panipat is well connected with other major cities of India through highways, railways, and flights. The city experiences extremely hot summers and chilly winters. The best time to visit Panipat is between August and November.