Tilpat, Haryana

Tilpat is a census-designated place in the Capital Region's Haryana state's Faridabad district. For its uprising against the Mughals, it is renowned. On the banks of the Yamuna, it also has the Indian Air Force's Tilpat 1 and 2 ranges. The largest Brahmin village in the Ballabgarh district is Tilpat.

Places to visit

  • Sri Shirdi Sai baba temple : This temple is devoted to Sri Sai Baba, a powerful and loving Hindu deity, and is situated in Sector 16. The idol of Lord Sai Ram is 5.2 feet tall and the temple is 3 acres in size.Made of pure white marble, it is 5 feet tall. Additionally, the shrine contains the statues of DwarakaMayee and Dhuni.
  • Distance: Sri Shirdi Sai baba temple is 13 kilometers away from Tilpat.

  • Raja Nahar Singh fort : This is situated on the main road as you reach Ballabgarh's main market and is also known as the Ballabgarh fort. It was constructed by Raja Rao Balram, Raja Nahar Singh's ancestor who ascended to the throne in 1739.Raja Nahar Singh was a brave ruler who lost his life in the 1857 War of Independence. It is known that the palace was built in sections up until 1850. Now that the fort has been renovated, it has been transformed into a lovely castle with six air-conditioned rooms, a restaurant, bar, lounge, courtyard, garden, and other amazing architectural marvels. This is where the well-known Kartik cultural event is organized. Additionally, frequent events like weddings, musical nights, exhibitions, and others are planned.
  • Distance: Raja Nahar Singh fortis 19 kilometers away from Tilpat.

  • Surajkund : Due to its surroundings and semi-circular construction, the embankment serves as a charming picnic area. The Siddha Kund is a stunning garden and swimming pool that is surrounded by the remains of an old sun temple. Around the year 1000, Suraj Pal of the Tomar dynasty erected it. Every year, the Mela sees record throngs of people who are interested in art and tacky crafts.Surajkund is the ideal getaway from the bustle of the city, with its surrounding lush nature and crystal-clear pool waters. Surajkund, which was once constructed as a water reservoir, is today a serene location perfect for appreciating the gifts of nature.
  • Distance: Surajkund is 11kilometers away from Tilpat.

How to Reach

  • By Air-Regular flights are not very effective at connecting Tilpat to other significant cities in the nation. The closest airport is located 27 kilometers away in New Delhi.
  • By Train-Regular trains to Tilpat are easily accessible from other significant cities around the nation.

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