Palwal, Haryana

Palwal is a city and a municipal council. It is the headquarters of Palwal district, the 21st district of Haryana state in northern India. It is a centre of the cotton trade in the area. It is also a part of National Capital Region.

Places to visit

  • Anjanikund : Legend has it that the gopis of Braj came here during the MahaRaas to look for Krishna after he vanished.The well-known BrajChaurasi Kos Yatra, which stays in this forest, includes this van as a crucial component.Local legend has it that Mother Yashoda once traveled to this forest with her attendants in pursuit of her son Krishna, who was performing raas with gopis. His mother was worried since he hadn't arrived home in time. Krishna leapt into the nearby kund and transformed into Hanuman out of fear of her wrath. The mother was delighted to see Hanuman. She bowed before him and left. Since that time, the kund has been referred to as AnjaniKund, another name for Hanuman.
  • Distance: Anjani Kundis 35 kilometers away from palwal

  • Gandhi Museum : In Palwal, there is a museum called Gandhi Seva Ashram. The Palwal Railway Station is near to the Gandhi Museum. In protest of the Rowlatt Act, Mahatma Gandhi was detained on April 10, 1919, at the Palwal railway station. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose preserved this recollection on October 2, 1938. In 1962, Gandhi Seva Ashram founded the Gandhi exhibition. Gandhiji's historical legacy was preserved in it. Images from Delhi's Gandhi Museum were brought in for the display. Later, they began to sustain deterioration; as a result, they were upgraded, and the exhibition location was transformed into a museum.
  • Distance: Gandhi Museum is 60 kilometers away from palwal

How to Reach

  • By Air-Palwal is located about 55 miles from New Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport.
  • By Train-Palwal Railway Station is the closest railroad station.

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