Faridabad is an Indian city located in the state of Haryana in the north of the country, about 20 km from the capital New Delhi and 400 km from the border with Pakistan. The city was founded in 1607 by a treasurer of the Mughal empire to protect one of the oldest and longest roads in Asia, the Grand Trunk Road, which crossed India from east to west passing through the town.
Tourism in the Faridabad has several points of interest including numerous religious buildings such as the Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, the Shiva Temple, the Siddhadata Temple, the shrine of Mata Vaishno, the Farid Khan's Tomb or the St. Mary's Orthodox Church . The city also has natural areas as the Suraj Kund Tourist Complex with its handicraft market, the Dhauj Lake or the Town Park to enjoy outdoor activities with the family, and major sporting venues such as the Aravali Golf Course or the Nahar Singh Cricket Stadium which hosts major events in the city. Other attractions for tourism in the town include the architectural marvel known as Raja Nahar Singh Palace and a market with lots of activity as the Sector 15 Market.
As for the economic activities of the Faridabad, it is an important industrial town of the state in which are produced among other things, refrigerators, shoes, motorcycles, tractors and automobile accessories.