Is delhi in haryana?

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No, Delhi is Saperste state like Haryana. boundary of Delhi touches Haryana. But they both are saperate states.
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What is Delhi?

Delhi is a metropolitan city in North India. New Delhi (a part of Delhi) is however the capital of India. Delhi is one of the oldest cities in the world. It has been the capital city of the country since a long time. Delhi was called Hastinapur during the rule of the Kauravas and Pandavas (as in the

WHAT IS haryana famous for?

Haryana is famous for its culture (Dressing and tradition), Food (Milk, Butter,Dahi, Veg. Food like Roti), History (Shri Krishan gave his massege here in Kurukshetra, HR) Study (Asia's Largest Univeristies in field of Agriculture), Industory ( India's Largest Industory in field of Automobiles) Sport

Where is haryana?

Haryana is a state in north India, bordered by Punjab and Himachal Pradesh to the north, and Rajasthan to the west and south.

What is eaten in haryana?

Main food in Haryana is Milk, Curd, Roti (made up of wheat flour). In northern region, rice is one of the main components of food.

What is the religion of haryana?

There is nothing called as religion of Haryana. But, most of the population in the state are of Hindus. Few northern districts have Sikhs. South-East region (Mewat, Palwal and few areas of Gurgaon district) have muslim density.

What can you do in Delhi?

You can visit the Red Fort, at one time there was an evening lightand sound show about the history of the fort and the region. Delhi is also famous for food here you can test India Food, ChineseFood, Muglai Food, Thai Food. There are many Temples where you canvisit like Akshar Dam Temple, Jhandewala

Where is haryana located?

Haryana is located in northern part of India. It has Punjab, Chandigarh and Himachal Pradesh in its North, Rajasthan in South-West and South and Uttar Pradesh in east. It covers Delhi from three sides.