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Living in Yamunanagar, Haryana:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Yamunanagar, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Yamunanagar what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:


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I reside in Yamunanagar formerly known as Abdullahpur. Town known for cluster of plywood units and paper industries. It provides timber to larger Industries. At the base of Shivalik Hills. It has a tourist spot Kalesar National Park. The scenic beauty of Hathnikund Barrage. Yamunanagar is a small town with full of energy, emotions and joy.

Do not worry to bring utensils along because Yamunanagar is a hub of utensils. people here are outgoing and you will hardly find any problem in dealing. Further, there are no big shopping malls so you need to mark local shops before you relocate. Yamunanagar har many beautiful gardens therefore, you can send your evenings by taking fresh air.

Shubham, says: 2020

Yamunanagar, formerly known as Abdullahpur is famous for steel industry, sugar industry and paper mill. It’s a small peaceful district in the Indian state Haryana. It is also known for providing fine timber to larger industries. The old town was known as Jagadhri. This city is a cluster of plywood units.

Our city is the best place to start a plywood making business. The culture of our city is one of the best among the other cities near us. The land here is very fertile also, which is best for agriculture. Our city is the heart of Haryana because every city and essential requirement are nearby.

I am live in yamunanagar. This is a beautiful city of Haryana in India. There are many place for tourist. The klasher is the national park in yamunanagar. There are a big industry area which provide many job to the people. Many people are come from the other state for look after a job.

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