* Welcome To Kalesar
Kalesar is spread over 60 acres of lush green hillside along Yamuna River, surrounded by over 50,000 acres of reserved forest and situated 5500 feet above sea level. Kalesar is situated on the boarders of Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, U.P. and Uttarnchal on the road lead to Paonta Sahib.
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* History *
Kalesar is in YamunaNagar district which has many important religious, holly and historically important places. Therefore, It attracts a large number of pilgrims and tourists through out the year. It came into existence on Ist November, 1989. Its area is 1756 square kilometers, in which there are 655 villages, 10 towns, 2 tehsils and 4 sub-tehsils. Yamunanagar was earlier known as 'Abdulahpur'. Pre-independence, it was a small village with population concentrated around its Railway Station. After partition of India, many refugees from Punjab in Pakistan chose to make Yamunanagar their new home, and in the process adding to the culture of the town. The area where land was allocated to the refugees later developed into the model town area of Yamunanagar.There are a lots of historical places which are also listed here.
Kalesar National Park :
Kalesar is an excellent area to visit for birders and those interested in wildlife. It has a 100-year-old colonial dak bungalow. Kalesar National Park of Haryana was one of the best park of the country and to strengthen patrolling, control poaching and for the better management of the park, two elephants were being engaged on experimental basis.
Balasundari temple,Trilokpur (63km) :
Legend has it that the Devi's pindi appeared in the bag of slot brought by a local trader. The temple built by Raja Deep Parkash of Sirmour in 1573. close by is a recently built Shiva Temple.
Fossil Park Saketi (60km) :
This was the site of the largest fossil find in the Siwalik hills. The park has a museum and life-size models of the animals that once roamed these tracts.
National Park
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