Haryana is among the northern most states in India and adjoining national capital Delhi. Uttar Pradesh in the east, Punjab in the west, Himachal Pradesh in the north and Rajasthan in the south are the states that surround Haryana. The state shares borders with the national capital city, New Delhi, from three sides. An agrarian state in History, Haryana today is an all around industrialized state.
This colorful state is perfectly recognised with its culture . Submerged in the history of Vedic Period, Haryana stands out odd from the crowd. Described by the hookahs and the charpoys, the fairs and the waving fields; Haryana is one of the wealthiest states in India. It is also the most economically developed states in South asia. Famously known as ‘The Home of Gods’, Haryana is borders itself with Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Delhi. This dynamic state has an abundant culture, legacy, celebrations, legends and an landscape scenarios.
Located at a height of more than 3900 ft, Morni Hills are the part of dazzling Shivalik mountain range. The place in India is known for its amazing atmosphere and wonderful scenes. The morning sceneries of Morni Hills filled with fog makes this place extraordinary compared to other places near Delhi. Nature lovers gets amazed with the beautiful views around while the adventure lovers can make way for rock climbing and trekking here. The nature lovers are excited with the extensive variety of biodiversity in here. Nearby places to visit in near this place constitute the ancient villages, heritage structures and religious sites.
The most famous hill station of Haryana is a perfect place for trip and short outings all the year around. Morni Hills are about and hours away from Chandigarh (45 Kilometers) twisting through slope tracks, backwoods cover and pine trees, Morni Hills amuse with beautiful area. The place is as yet unexplored and exceptionally beautiful and green with a blend of hilly areas and plain vegetation in rugged environment. The town of Morni lies on the mountainside, at 1220 meters or 3600 feet above ocean level. Arranged in the lower levels of the Shivalik ranges, Morni is perfect destination for an occasion with its cool atmosphere, excellent vistas and heap open doors for bird watching, trekking, rock climbing and adventure activities.
There are two lakes, which appear to be interconnected, despite the fact that they are isolated by a hillock. The water level remains same in both the lakes because of the under-hill channel that connects the 2 lakes. The bigger is around 550 meters in length and 460 meters wide and the other around 365 meters in any case. Morni has an interesting scope of widely varied vegetation. Pines crown the ridges and trees like neem, oak, pipal, jamun, amaltas and jacaranda cover the slants. At the point when the blooming trees bloom, the slopes are flooded with shading, exhibiting a great sight. Morni is a heaven for natural life lovers and birdwatchers with its overflowing populace of flying creatures like quails, sand grouse and basic pigeons and additionally creatures like jackals, hyenas, sambhars and even a wilderness feline or two.
How to reach:
- By air: Chandigarh airport is the nearest airport to Morni hill station. It lies about 45kms away from it. Cabs and buses are available to reach the hill station.
- By railway station: Again Chandigarh is the nearest railway station to Morni. One can easily reach there via public transport of private.
- By road: Route of Nh73 can make you reach Morni. Roads are well maintained and easily accessible.
Morni counts itself in the rare beautiful places as it stands peaceful and cold in the chaos of moderate Haryana.