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Chandigarh- Union Territory and capital of two States- Haryana and Punjab- is India’s most modern and well-planned city, laid by Le Corbusier. Chandigarh-an architect’s delight-is a stepping stone to attraction of the hills of Himachal Pradesh.

The city is named after the Goddess Chandi Devi whose white domed temple stands on the slop of a hill in the north-east of Chandigarh on the edge of the Shivalik hills.
Chandigarh and the area surrounding it were constituted as Undion Territory on November 1, 1966.


The Rock Garden: It was built by Neckchand Saini with multi-coloured Rock Garden pieces of stones and discarded objects. His deep visualization made him to pick and collect all sorts of discarded scrap. He started to visit waste dumps of the factories. He collected there raw cement, broken pipes and other discarded matter. He created rapport with the truck drivers who carried and drop his debris at a vacant corner of the forest where now this unique creation stands. For twelve years he worked hard alone on this unique fantasy. After twelve years the work of Nek Chand noticed by Government. He was giving deserving patronage. An area of twelve acres was allotted for the extension of the original Rock Garden. Even funds were provided for carrying on the work.

The Capital Complex: It is the administration hub for two States. The High Court, Legislative Assembly, Secretariat, Open Hand Monument, Geometric Hills and Tower of Shadow are examples of Le Corbusier’s genius and are part of Capital complex.
Rose Garden
The Rose Garden: It comprises 30 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens containing 1,600 varieties of roses.Every year, either at the end of February or beginning of March, a big festival known as Rose Festival, is celebrated at this garden. Over 20,000 people visit this festival. Its one of the great celebrations in the city. There are lots of competitions, cultural celebrations and many other events.

The Central Business District: It is the most fashionable area of the city.

Yadavindra Gardens at Pinjore: 24 km away are these 17th century gardens designed by Nawab Fidal Khan, who was architect to Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, and are a bled of Mughal and Rajasthani styles Bhima Devi temple is located nearby.

Sukhna Lake: It offers sports like boating, yachting, water-skiing and has a cafeteria.Sukhna Lake

Bhakra-Nangal: 116 km away. It is independent India’s first major hydel project on the borders of Himachal Pradesh, the first high gravity dam in the world.


» By Air - Chandigarh is connected by air with Delhi, Srinagar, Jammu, Leh and Kulu.

» By Rail - Chandigarh is connected by train with all major cities of India.

» By Road - Chandigarh is well-connected by road with Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and rest of the country.



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