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About Ambala India
the meeting point of hills and plains is a city and a municipal council
in the district of Ambala which forms a part of the Indian state Haryana.
It is located on the border off the states of Haryana and Punjab. The city
of Ambala divided into two areas. This city plays an important role in the
tourism of the country owing to the geographical location of the place.
According to the census of 2001 Ambala had a population of 139,222. Ambala
has claims of being one of the historical famous districts of the state
of Haryana. During the British colonial rule A.C. Cunningham and C. Rodgers
explored this city and later B.B. Lal and many others also explored it.
The earliest inhabitants of this region were the primitive people using
stone tools belonging to lower Paleolithic age. This region was also included
in the kingdom of Pandava and their successors. The Edicts of Ashoka and
the Stupas at Singh and Chaneti add the further importance to this place.
There are other interesting acts related to the city of Ambala. Some of
the historians are of the view that Ambala owes its name to King Singh while
others believe it was named after the Goddess Amba whose shrine is one of
the most important features of the city. Ambala was originally called by
the name of `Ambwala`, the significance of the term `Amb` being mango it
was also known as the city of mangoes.
Origin of name of Ambala
History of Ambala
Economy of Ambala
Ambala is an important cotton, sugar, and grain-trading center. Its industrial production includes cotton, processed food, and flour. There are also local handicrafts like bamboo furniture-making and cloth-weaving.
Education of Ambala
Ambala boasts of having one of the four medical colleges in the state. There is also an engineering college at Ambala, Ambala College of Engineering & applied research,which is well known for its biotechnology labs. Other colleges in Ambala are S.D.College, G.M.N. College, Government Post Graduate College, in Ambala Cantt, D.A.V.College, S.A.Jain College etc.
Transportation of Ambala
Ambala is located is extremely well connected by rail, air and road network. Ambala is a major railway junction. The Shatabdi Express connects Ambala to New Delhi. Besides, there are frequent trains to Chandigarh. There is a airport at Ambala that serves the air passengers. In terms of road Ambala is connected by road with Delhi and Amritsar. G.T. Road (NH-1, National Highway 1) passes through Ambala Cantt and Ambala City.
Places of interest in Ambala Some of the important places of interest
in Haryana are:
Hotels in Ambala offer one with various tourist packages suited according
to ones pockets. The hotels of this city are not only unique in architectural
design but are also suited for business and leisure travelers alike. The
hotels are known by their badge of diplomacy and offers one all the luxurious
comforts to suit the budget. The interiors of the hotels possess unparalleled
elegance and grace. Being a prominent spiritual tourist attraction, the
city of Ambala in the northern part of India is an amalgamation of different
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