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About Panchkula District
This district was carved out from Ambala district on 15th August 1995. it became the 17th district of Haryana state. The city of Panchkula is a satelite city of Chandigarh.

Location and Territories 
It is the part of Ambala division and is located in Shiwallik and Foothills zones of Haryana state. The district is surrounded by Himachal Pradesh in the North and East, Punjab and Union Territory of Chandigarh in the West and Ambala district in the South. The important rivers of the district are Ghaggar, Sirsa and Kaushalya. The only hill station of Haryana, i.e. Morni Hills is located in this district.

Panchkula Famous For 
It is famous for having the highest peak of the state i.e. Karoh Peak (1514 m) which is located in Morni Hills. Panchkula has the only hill station of Haryana. The district has many tourists attractions like Nada Sahib Gurdwara, Cactus Garden (Asian's largest cactus garden), Kali Mata Temple, Mata Mansa Devi remple, Yadavindra Garden and many others. Panchkula is also famous for its electronic goods.

Basic data about the district is given below:

Headquaters - Panchkula 

Literacy Rate - 81.88% (Second Highest)

Total Area -  898 sq km

Sex Ratio - 873 females per 1000 males

Total Population-5,61,293

Density - 625 persons per sq km

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