Panchkula District of Haryana
covers an area of 898 sq km. It is bounded by
in the north and north-east, Ambala District
in the east, Kurukshetra District
in the south, and Punjab
and Union Territory of
in the West. Sub tropical continental monsoon climate is experienced in the region. Morni
is the highest point of Haryana. The Ghaggar
, Sirsa and Kaushalya are the major rivers flowing through Panchkula.
Panchakula has a mixed type of economy. Animal husbandry, forestry, and fishery support the economy along with agriculture. Major crops are wheat, gram, barley, oilseed, onion, and other winter vegetables.
Mansa Devi Temple, Pinjore Gardens, Morni Hills, Kalka, and Urban Estate are the prominent attractions.