Before going for your Faridabad vacation, be familiar with where you must visit during
Located in the Badhkal village in Faridabad, Badhkal Lake is around 8 KM away from
the Delhi border. It's an artificial lake that is encircled by the Aravali mountain range.
Every year during spring season, a flower show is conducted here that attracts a large
number of visitors from different regions.
It is another beautiful lake located near to the Badhkal Lake. Here, you can enjoy water
sports, canoeing, boating, kayaking etc.
Baba Farid's Tomb:
A major tourist and religious attraction in Faridabad is Baba Farid's Tomb. It is crowded
by the pilgrims throughout the year. It is generally said that Faridabad city has got its
name after Baba Farid, who was a well-known Sufi Saint.
Raja Nahar Singh Palace:
Raja Nahar Singh Palace, also known as Ballabhgarh Fort Palace is situated in
Ballabhgarh village. This palace was constructed by Rao Balram, who was the
antecedent of the Jat Raja Nahar Singh. During the Indian war of independence, Jat
Raja lost his life. This Fort Palace is very popular for its architecture and depiction of art
and culture of that period.
History dates back that the Surajkund complex was built during Tomar dynasty by King
Surajpal and thus, got its name as Surajkund. However, there are also stories which
say that the famous Sun temple was built here and it is only after this temple, the place
got its name as Surajkund meaning 'Lake of the Sun'. You can find remains of the sun
temple around the Surajkund Lake. The complex encloses Rajhans, garden and a pool
of fresh water. It is a popular picnic spot for entertainment. The annual Surajkund Crafts
Mela is another famous attraction of this place.
Other Tourist Attractions:
Some of the other tourist attractions in Faridabad to visit are, the Aravalli Golf Course,
Town Park and Dabchik, etc.