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History Housing the battleground of the epic Mahabharata, Haryana also has one of the largest cities of the intriguing Indus Valley Civilisation, which is around 5000 years old. From 7th century AD onwards, the region saw the establishment of sovereignty by eminent leaders like King Harshvardhan and Prithviraj Chauhan. In 1553, Hemu rose to power as a de facto king of the region and later went on to acquire the throne of Delhi in 1556. The same year, he lost his throne to the Mughals and in the subsequent years, they lost it to the Marathas who were in charge of the seat till India's colonisation. In 1966, Haryana was carved out of the state of Punjab with Chandigarh as its capital. Attractions The historical account of the state can be verified from the edifices scattered throughout its boundaries. The vast cultural account of the region makes it a perfect place for history lovers and tourists. Natural attractions like Damdama Lake and Badkhal Lake provide a naturally beautiful setting for family picnics and excursions. True to its name that means 'Abode of God', Haryana houses in it, many temples and places with religious importance, including Mata Mansa Devi Mandir and Brahma Sarovar. Hotels After travelling around the city, you must be sure in need of a little pampering in a space that matches your unique sense of comfort. Hotels in Haryana do that for you. If you are on an expedition around the state, choose from hotels located on the highway like Anya Hotel or Best Western Country Woods Resort. Get a taste of royalty that takes care of you with class and elegance at the heritage hotels of the city like Hotel Noormahal and The Fort Ramgarh. Providing a home-away-from-home feel, accommodations in the suburbs like Hotel Rivoli and Hotel Puran Palace are also other options to check out.