Kaithal is a city and municipal council in the Haryana state of India’s Kaithal district. Kaithal was originally a part of Karnal and then Kurukshetra districts until November 1, 1989, when it became the Kaithal headquarters. Cheeka is a bustling marketplace with rice mills and marble stores. Around 60 marble shops operate in the city, which is known as Haryana’s marble city. Cheeka grain market is one of Haryana’s busiest marketplaces. A supermarket serves the local community as well as those in the surrounding areas.
Best Places to Visit in Kaithal
- Naimish Tirtha, Nauch
- Gyarah Rudri Shiv Temple
- Phalgu Rishi Tirtha, Pharal
- Pawan Hrad Tirtha, Pabnawa
- Kapil Muni Tirtha, Kalayat
- Kotikuta Tirtha -Keorak
- Rinamochana Tirtha – Rasina
- Vidhikyar Sarovar
- Gurudawara Neem Sahab
- Phalgoo Tirth
- Sh. Gyarah Rudari Shiv Mandir
- Ambkeswar Mahadev Mandir
- Devi Mandir Fatehpur
- Hazrat Baba Shah Kamal Kadri and Sidh Baba Sheetal Puri Ji Maharaj
- Shitla Mata Mandir
- Kapil Muni Mandir Kalayat
Best Time to Visit Kaithal
How to Reach Kaithal
By bus, the Chandigarh-Hisar state highway makes it extremely easy to get to Kaithal (NH-65). It is 120 kilometres from Chandigarh, the state capital. Guhla, a sub-division of Kaithal District, is located on the Punjab border. This route makes it very easy to get to any part of Punjab. It is directly connected to Delhi and is 200 kilometres away. There is a direct bus service from here to Dabwali, Sirsa, where you may cross the Rajasthan border.
The railway station of Kaithal is located between the Kurukshetra and Narwana branch lines. From either Kurukshetra or Narwana, it is extremely easy to go to Delhi. There is a direct rail service to Delhi via Narwana and Jind.
The “Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi.” or the “Chandigarh International Airport” are both excellent options for getting to Kaithal by flight.
You can choose any of the other modes to reach Kaithal.