A pioneer in highway tourism, Haryana has set up a vast network of 43 tourist complexes
      all over the state. Having 846-roomed accommodation in them, Haryana tourism attracts 70 lakh
      tourists every year. The state government has adopted a multi-pronged strategy to promote
      tourism. Besides, tourist facilities have been set up at the district headquarters, and in important
      towns, to cater to the needs of tourists and local people. Some of the important tourist complexes
      are Surajkund and Baddhkal Lake near Delhi; Sultanpur Birds Sanctuary (Sultanpur); Sohna and
      Damdama in Gurgaon; and the fascinating pocket of pines in the Morni Hills. The other
      important resorts are Ethnic India (Rai Sonipat), Blue Jay (Samalkha), Skylark (Panipat), Karna
      Lake and Oasis (Uchana), Parakeet (Pipli), Kingfisher (Ambala), Magpie (Faridabad), Dabchick
      (Hodal), Shama (Gurgaon), Jungle Babbler (Dharuhera), Gaurriyya (Bahadurgarh), Myna
      (Rohtak), Blue Bird (Hisar), Red Bishop (Panchkula), and Pinjore Gardens (Pinjore).
      Relevant Website: www.haryana.gov.in
       Governor                : Satyadeo Narain          Chief Secretary          : Depinder
                                  Arya                                                Singh Dhesi
       Chief Minister          : Manohar Lal              Jurisdiction of          : Punjab and Haryana
                                  Khattar                 High Court                  High Court
      Himachal Pradesh
       Area                    : 55,673 sq km             Population               : 68.65 lakh (census
       Capital                 : Shimla                   Principal                : Hindi and Pahari
      History and Geography
            Himachal Pradesh, a beautiful land is situated in the lap of the western Himalayas, located
      between 30°.22’ and 33°. 12’ North latitude and between 75°.47’ and 79°. 41 East longitude.
      This wonderful land inhabited by people of various castes and religions groups, is also called as
      “Dev Bhumi: the abode of gods and goddesses”. Himachal drives its name from the Himalayas,
      literally means “land of snowy mountains”. The territory of this state can be divided into three
      zones, Outer Himalayas or the Shivaliks, Inner Himalayas or Mid-Mountains and the Greater
      Himalayas or Alpine Zone. The entire state is punctuated with stone as well as wood temples.
      The rich culture and traditions have made Himachal a unique world in itself. The shadowy
      valleys, rugged crags, glaciers, gigantic pines, roaring rivers and exquisite flora and fauna
      compose the symphony that is forever vibrant Himachal.
            Himachal Pradesh has a very eventful career. On 15th April 1948, the Pradesh was born as a
      result of the integration of some thirty erstwhile Princely Hill States; twenty six Shimla Hill
      States and four Punjab Hill States. At the time of its inception, the total area of Himachal Pradesh
      was 27,018 sq. km. with a population of 9, 35,000. On the recommendations of Punjab Boundary