Panipat, in Haryana, has a strong historical connection with India’s royal past. With several monuments and museums to its credit, Panipat is the place to be for those interested in history.
The tomb of Ibrahim Lodhi is a great display of the interesting patterns of lakhori bricks. Besides its historical significance, it is a great architectural feat. The tomb of Bu Ali Shah Qalandar is another place to visit. The Salar Gunj Gate, a major archeological feat, is now the nucleus for a lively local market.
The Panipat Museum is a popular attraction. You can find information, armoury, sculptures, paintings, maps and documents from all the three battles fought in Panipat in its galleries. There is no better way to indulge in the much-acclaimed past of the city.
Before you leave, don't forget to indulge in the lip-smacking chaats and faludas at the street food joints to complete the satisfaction circle of all senses.