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How to reach Nalhar Shiva Temple, Panchkula, Haryana

The district of Panchkula is in the state of Haryana. It is a beautiful place famous for its abundant natural beauty as well as the rich heritage in history and culture. In this district is located the popular Nalhar Lord Shiva Temple.

Other places to visit are hill stations, heritage Rajput village, fun city and many more attractions. This place is in a well located demography and can be accessed by several means. There are proper accommodation options for the devotees and pilgrims too.

The strategic position of the district of Panchkula makes it easily accessible. It can be reached from all the major cities around Panchkula. By road, one can avail cars and reach this place easily. Also, there is facility of buses from the places like Chandigarh, Delhi, Ambala, Patiala, Shimla and Karnal. One can avail both A/C as well as non A/C buses. The tickets are of varied range in accordance with the facility but generally start from 200 INR.

Another way of reaching this beautiful place is by the railways. Almost all the major stations have their connection with Panchkula. The time needed to reach this place depends on the destination from where the traveler is travelling. Despite being a minor station it is quite well connected.

The nearest airport located near the city of Panchkula is Chandigarh. One can easily take a flight to Chandigarh and then reach Panchkula by road. There are a lot of flights available to Chandigarh from all the major airports in India. Panchkula is at a distance of 11 km from Chandigarh. So, one can easily avail a local transport and reach this place in about 20 minutes after landing at Chandigarh.

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