Panipat is a city of ancient and historical importance in the state of Haryana, India. It is located on NH-44 (Previously NH-1) and comes under the National Capital Region of Delhi.
Panipat has witnessed three pivotal battles which were the turning points of Indian history. ‘Kala Amb’ is a memorial build in the memory of the soldiers who died on the battlefield of Panipat is now a tourist attraction.
Presently, Panipat city is a hub of the textiles and carpet industry. It is the biggest center of blankets and carpets in India and houses a flourishing handloom industry.
Panipat has heavy industries like Refinery of the Indian Oil Corporation, National Thermal Power Corporation Power Plant, and National Fertilizers Limited. The attractions are the grave of Ibrahim Lodhi, Kabuli Bagh, Devi Mandir, Salar Gunj Gate, and the tomb of the thirteenth-century Sufi saint Bu Ali Shah Qalandar, Shri Ram Sharanam and Panipat Museum.