The Koel Complex came into existence in 1985. It covers 4
acres. The architectural pattern of the complex plays up a conical roof
and tile designs. The wing came as an ideal spot for family outings in the
mythological hometown of Lord Hanuman.
The name Kaithal is believed to be a derivative of the name 'Kapi' or monkey and it is believed Lord Hanuman was born here. The town has an ancient history, as can be gauged from the older quarter of the town, which has thin lanes and some very old and revered temples.
Facilities: Motel, restaurant, bar, conference hall, a gift shop and shopping arcade.
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.