Built in 1989, the Harial Complex of Narwana comes as an
ideal halt for tourists moving down the central heartland of the state. It
sprawls over an area of 3 acres. The surroundings are open and the complex
a lovely green property. It is ideal for a restful holiday for the highway
travellers and a place for family outings.
Narwana is a sleepy township, the name of which means 'salvation'. A tomb of a Sufi Saint, named Hazrat Gaibi Sahib lies here. He is believed to have miraculously disappeared into the earth here. There is a tank near his tomb. Kalayat, with historic temples dating to 700 AD lie about 28 km from here, and may prove to be an interesting place to visit.
Facilities: Motel, swings, restaurant and lawns.
For Further Details, contact:
Haryana Tourism Offices
Head Office: 17-18-19, sector 17-B, Chandigarh-160017
Haryana Government tourist Bureau at: Chanderlok building, 36, Janpath, New Delhi-110001.
Air India Building, Nariman Point, Bombay- 400 021.
Neelkanthi Krishna Dham Yatri Niwas, Kurukshetra.