Dear Mr. Mohit , As I know hotel sai nath is nearby opposite panipat bus stand. Thanks for asking question
Sorry I am not aware of it. stayed at Panipat just once
sainath hotel is opposit to bus stand in a street....
Hi Mr. Bhatt Three battles were held in panipat name of place kale aam, lodhi park and devi mandirfamous fro handloom market and pachranga aachar Thanks for asking question Hope to visit once
Dear Mr Bhatt, Panipat is famous for its' there battles which sow the seeds of Mughal Empire. Panipat had been the territory of Pandavas. The modern Panipat in known as City of Handlooms and Textiles. You can find the best of carpets, curtains, bed sheets, towels, blankets, sofa clothes etc. at very very resonable prices. It Is also known for its' famous pickles that is Pachranga Achar. The places of Tourist Interest are Devi Mandir, Ibrahim Lodhi Park, Kala Amb, Salargang Gate, Binjhol Museum. All easily approachable from HOTEL LE GEM, PANIPAT. Thanks for your question.
Panipat was one of the five cities (prasthas) founded by the Pandava brothers during the times of the Mahabharata; its historic name being Panduprastha. Panipat was the scene of three pivotal battles in Indian history. The first battle of Panipat, fought in AD 1526 in which invader Babur defeated Ibrahim Lodhi, the Sultan of Delhi, on April 26. In the second battle of Panipat, on November 5, 1556, Akbar's guardian Bairam Khan defeated the Hindu ruler Hemu. Ahmad Shah Abdali, the Afghan ruler defeated the Marathas in the third battle of Panipat that took place on 13 January, 1761. Today Panipat is an industrial town and is known for its handloom products. The district headquarter is situated in Panipat town. Other smaller towns are Samalkha, Israna and Naultha. The total area of Panipat district is 1,754 sq km and its population is 8,33,000. Ibrahim Lodi’s tomb: This king who was defeated by Babur in 1526 in the first battle of Panipat, lies buried here within a tomb. His grave is a simple affair; just a rectangular block on a high platform approached by a flight of steps made of lakhori bricks. The tomb was renovated by the British in 1866.