Top Commercial Places in Sonipat

Main Market, Geeta Bhawan Chowk, Flag Pole, Sector 23 Market, Sector 14 Market, Sector 15 Market, Tirath Market, Faiz Bazaar, Kaccha Quarters Market.

Business Directory of Sonipat, Haryana

Nearby Cities

Must Visit Places

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    Chokhi Dhani

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    Dargah Mamu Bhanja

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    Opening Hours :06:30 AM - 07:30 PM

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    Mosque of Abdullah Nasir

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    Tomb of Khwaja Khizr

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    Opening Hours :Sunrise to sunset

How to Reach

By Air - Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi is nearest to Sonipat. Flights to all important Indian and international cities fly from here.

By Train - Sonipat’s railway station has trains to cities like Delhi, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Pune.

By Road -Sonipat is easily accessible by road. Narela is 25 kms away from Sonipat while Rohtak lies at a distance of 50 kms from the city. Buses from Haryana State Road Transport Corporation and a number of private operators operate buses from cities like Narela, Rohtak, Gurgaon, Karnal, Hisar and others.

Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit Sonipat is during winter, that is, in the months between October-March. This time offers a pleasant weather fit for any outdoor activities or sightseeing.

Events and Culture

Famous Delicacies

By virtue of its Haryana credentials, Sonipat is famous for its milk products. Breakfast is made up of rich aloo parathas serves with copious amounts of white butter and creamy dahi. For lunch and dinner, the quintessential North Indian cuisine takes centerstage.


Some of the most important festivals celebrated in Sonipat include Holi, Basant Panchmi, Diwali, Teej, Nirjala Ekadashi, Janmashtami, Dussehra and Guggapir, and Baisakhi.