human settlement in Kaithal district, Karnal division, Haryana, India

Kaithal is a city in Ambala Division of Haryana to the north of Delhi. The area is mostly farmland, growing rice, cotton and oil-seed. Kaithal's sights include the fort and the Shree Gyarah Rudri Mandir Temple.

Get inEdit

Kaithal is well connected to the big cities by road. From Chandigarh, drive along the National Highway NH-65.

The closest airports are Chandigarh Airport (IXC IATA) and Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL IATA), which are 105 km (65 mi) and 157 km (98 mi) away respectively.

Get aroundEdit


  • Kaithal Fort. Restored in 2016.
  • 1 Tomb of Razia Sultan. Said to be the place where the only female ruler of the Delhi Sultanate was buried.  
  • 2 Balu. An Indus Valley Civilisation site which has yielded many plant remains.    
  • Tomb of Sheikh Tayyab. The resting place of the 16th century Islamic saint.    


  • 1 Chacha Nehru Children Park, Chatravas Rd, Bidkyar Lake. Named after India's first prime minister, the lush green park has a dinosaur-themed playground, keeping kids entertained for hours. There is also a 1 km walking and jogging path for fitness lovers.






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