About Haryana Day
Haryana day is observed on 1st November every year. This day is celebrated as Haryana day as on this day, the state of Haryana was carved out the state of Punjab on the basis of regional languages spoken in the regions.
Haryana day is celebrated as the local open occasion in the state of state and in India. On this day, the people in Haryana imprint the memory when the state has been actually gains significance on the 1st November, 1966.
The Indian government of the time made a shah commission to audit the state of Punjab and analyze the dialects talked by the inhabitants and use this analytics to decide the boundaries of the state. The commission had given their reports at the end of May 1966 and the state of Haryana was added in the Indian subcontinent.
The major change that was found on the commission’s report was they suggested that instead of splitting Chandigarh, the capital of the state of the Punjab, it would be more practical it serve combined capital of both of the city.
The State “Haryana”
Haryana means the land of god. In Sanskrit, the meaning of the word “hari” means God and “Ayana” means home.
According to area and landscape, the Haryana state is spread over an area of 17,070 sq miles which makes it 20th biggest state of India in terms of area.