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POP 83402 Sunita Saini
POP 83402 Sunita Saini
POP 83402 Sunita Saini
POP 83402 Sunita Saini
POP 83402 Sunita Saini

POP 83402 Sunita Saini

India Jind Haryana India, Jind· 1.3 km
NEW
Free Wifi
Geyser
Power backup
+ 9 more
₹872₹166147% off
per room per night
SPOT ON 82803 Stacy Guest House
SPOT ON 82803 Stacy Guest House
SPOT ON 82803 Stacy Guest House
SPOT ON 82803 Stacy Guest House
SPOT ON 82803 Stacy Guest House

SPOT ON 82803 Stacy Guest House

Patiala Chowk, Jind· 0.7 km
4.8 (25 Ratings)·Excellent
Free Wifi
Geyser
CCTV Cameras
+ 5 more
₹649₹127849% off
per room per night
OYO 82273 Star Hotel And Restaurant
OYO 82273 Star Hotel And Restaurant
OYO 82273 Star Hotel And Restaurant
OYO 82273 Star Hotel And Restaurant
OYO 82273 Star Hotel And Restaurant

OYO 82273 Star Hotel And Restaurant

Dyal Bagh Colony, Jind· 1.3 km
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Elevator
Free Wifi
Geyser
+ 7 more
₹872₹166147% off
per room per night
SPOT ON 82791 Guest House
SPOT ON 82791 Guest House
SPOT ON 82791 Guest House
SPOT ON 82791 Guest House
SPOT ON 82791 Guest House

SPOT ON 82791 Guest House

Railway Colony, Jind· 1.1 km
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Free Wifi
Geyser
CCTV Cameras
+ 5 more
₹872₹166147% off
per room per night
POP 83593 Hotel Welcome
POP 83593 Hotel Welcome
POP 83593 Hotel Welcome

POP 83593 Hotel Welcome

Jind, Jind· 35.6 km
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Free Wifi
Geyser
CCTV Cameras
+ 6 more
₹872₹166147% off
per room per night
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Hotels in Jind for an Offbeat Trip

A walk through most places in India will make history books come to life. What’s even better is that these places are located right amid urbanity. Old, historical cities live alongside new worlds and worldviews. Travelers seeking stories from the past can be found visiting places such as Delhi, Rajasthan, or Tamil Nadu. Would Haryana ever feature on this long list? Absolutely not, but perhaps it should!

Three hours away from the Millennium City, Gurgaon, lies a remarkably different world. Welcome to Jind, one of the oldest districts of Haryana. At first glance, Jind looks like any other small town in India. Delve deeper to discover an unlikely destination, brimming over with historical and mythological significance.

With intriguing destinations every few kilometers, Jind doesn’t run out of places steeped in myth. It is believed that a Jayanti Devi Temple was built here by the Pandavas for Jayanti Devi or the Goddess of Victory. Archaeological expeditions in Jind unearthed the presence of societies in the Pre-Harappan era. They also indicated a city built and destroyed five times over.

Taking historical layers to a new level, Jind was also one of the first Sikh kingdoms. Raja Gajpat Singh established an independent Sikh kingdom here by conquering a large territory from the Afghan invader and governor Zain Khan in 1763.

Pay a visit to the historic fort at Safidon, the first fort built by the historical rulers of Jind in the 18th Century AD. The fort was used as a military cantonment of the state much later on.

One of the oldest remains of monuments in Haryana is the Bodh Stupa. Located in Asand, it is a colossal, circular stupa, said to have been constructed during ancient times.

Follow stories of legend and mythology to a place called Hansdehar. The name Hans Dehar can be traced to stories of Lord Brahma. It is believed that he attended Kardam Rishi’s wedding and arrived in style on a 'Hans' or goose. Hans Dehar is also where the Pandavas offered Pinds to their ancestors. Stop by at the Shiva temple and Bindusar 'tirtha' located here.

Ramrai, located on the Jind-Hansi road is believed to be the location where Parsurama regained the favor of the Gods by filling five pools with the blood of slaughtered Kshatriyas in battle. Several people visit this location today to bathe at Ramaharda 'tirtha' and Sanet 'tirtha' for penance and purification.

You can also visit the Manji Sahib Gurudwara, a gurdwara that resembles a fort and built in the memory of Guru Tegh Bahadur.

The Experience Of OYO Hotels In Jind

OYO residences offer services across the spectrum such as free Wi-Fi, AC, and non-AC rooms, running cold and hot water, 24-hour room service, complimentary breakfasts, along with conference rooms to Banquet Halls and in-house restaurants.

The OYO hotels in Jind are aesthetically designed, safe, clean, and contain all essential amenities. The hotels are located close to restaurants, educational institutions, and bus stands.
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Questions and Answers

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What are the best budget & premium options available to stay in Jind?
The budget hotels available in Jind are OYO 46616 Hotel Abhinandan, OYO 43487 Hotel Dalamwala, OYO 42787 Hotel Shahi Mahal and OYO 40458 Hotel Deep Palace. The premium hotel option available is Capital O 42033 Hotel Umrao Inn Deluxe.
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How many Jind hotels are available for booking at OYO?
The room tariff of the hotels in Jind ranges from INR 603 to INR 2,147.
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What is the price range of hotels in Jind?
The room tariff of the hotels in Jind ranges from INR 603 to INR 2,147.
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What are some of the best economy and luxury hotel options near the bus stand?
The best economy hotel near the Jind Bus Stand is OYO 43487 Hotel Dalamwala.
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How to reach Jind?
Jind can be reached by road from Delhi, which is at a distance of 139 km. You can reach Jind from New Delhi by the Punjab Mail train, which takes 1 hour and 51 minutes. The Indira Gandhi International Airport is located at a distance of 135.3 km from Jind.
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What are the places to visit in Jind?
Different travel attractions in Jind are Hazrat Gaibi Sahib, Ancient Fort at Safidon, Narwana, Bodh Stupa, Pindara and Ramrai.
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Why do the hotel fares change so frequently in Jind?
The hotel fares increase in Jind due to rush during peak holiday seasons.
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What is a good time to visit Jind?
The ideal months to visit Jind are from January to April or from October to December.
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What are the best places to eat in Jind?
The best eateries in Jind where you can enjoy some delicious food are Pandit Ji Ka Dhaba, The Burger Cafe, Pizza Wings, Mannat Fast Food and Restaurant, and Bharat Vaishno Dhaba.
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What is the best way to travel across Jind?
The best modes of transportation in Jind are bus, taxi and auto-rickshaw. Private cabs are also available.
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