Before going for your Rohtak vacation, be familiar with where you must visit during the
It was once a huge fortress but now stands in ruins with majesty.
This Masjid in Meham has now been converted into a Gurudwara for the Sikhs in true
Dini Mosque or Adina Mosque:
Rohtak has a number of old mosques, some of which remind of elegant Muslim
structures. Dini Mosque or Adina Mosque is the oldest among these. At the north end of
this mosque was a 'tehkhana' (underground cell).
It is an old and mythical tank called Goakaran tank, which is actually a complex of
structures with ghats on three sides and includes temples of Lord Shiva, Devi and
Hanuman. In addition, you would found a Dharamshala and a park close at hand.
Bhindawas Lake, officially declared a wildlife sanctuary since 1985 houses thousands
of birds. It sprawls over an area of more than 1,000 acres. Bhindawas is the largest
wetland of Haryana (80 KM from Delhi). The lake covers 12 KM of land, which was used
for crop cultivation before it was flooded.
Durga Bhawan Mandir:
It is one of the famous temples in the city. The temple is dedicated to 'Goddess Durga'
who is the Hindu Goddess. The carving and sculptures are quite captivating in the
It is one of the major tourist attractions in the Indian state of Haryana. Tilyar Lake is a
popular picnic spot in Rohtak District of Haryana. The lake lies in a 132-acre area and
forms an integral part of the tourist setup, making it one of the greenest stretches in
the nearby area. You can enjoy adventure sports such as kayaking and boating, which
attract a large number of tourists, especially on weekends and holidays.
Other Tourist Places:
Ghani Pura Gurudwara, Bajrang Bhawan Mandir, Jagdish Mandir, Baba Laxman Puri Ji
Dera, Shiv Parvati Mandir etc.