Ambala is a city and a municipal corporation in Ambala district in the state of Haryana, India, located on the border with the Indian state of Punjab and in proximity to both states capital Chandigarh. Politically; Ambala has two sub-areas: Ambala Cantonment also known as and Ambala City, less than one kilometer apart, therefore it is also known as "Twin City". It has a large Indian Army and Indian Air Force presence within its cantonment area. Ambala separates the Ganges river network from the Indus river network and is surrounded by two rivers – Ghaggar and Tangri – to the north and to the south. Due to its geographical location, the Ambala district plays an important role in local tourism, is located 47 km south of Chandigarh, the state capital, 148 km southwest of Shimla, 198 km north of New Delhi, and 260 km southeast of Amritsar.
Gurudwara Manji Sahib

The Manji Sahib Gurdwara is the most popular Sikh shrine of Ambala. The sixth and tenth Sikh Guru Hargobind Singh and Guru Gobind Singh respectively visited this place.
Rani Ka Talab

Rani Ka Talab is a 400-year-old scenic and historic pond and is situated in Ambala Cant and is manned by the army. 
Sisganj Gurudwara

Gurudwara Sis Ganj, an enchanting Sikh shrine is located at a distance of about 300 meters from Gurudwara Manji Sahib. The Gurudwara is double-storied and there is an open hall inside it. The shrine is dedicated to the Sikh Guru Tegh Bahadur.
Jain Mandir

Many Jain saints have paid a visit to Ambala city from time to time. At present, the Jain Shavetamber idol worshipper sect and 105-year-old Shri Supashvarnath temple exist here.
Bhawani Amba Temple

It is believed that the name of the city Ambala has been derived from the name of Goddess Amba, whose temple is situated in the city. It is a temple of the ancient period and has been there for a very long time.
Badshahi Bagh Gurudwara

It commemorates the visit of Guru Gobind Singh, who stayed here while returning from Lakhnaur, where he had gone to meet his maternal parents.
Shiv Mandir

Shiv Mandir is a 300-year-old temple is situated in the cloth market of Ambala. This temple has been restored from time to time.
Lakhnaur Sahib Gurudwara

Gurudwara Shri Lakhnour Sahib is situated in the Lakhnour village of Ambala. Shri Guru Tegbahadur Sahib Ji's wife and Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji's mother Mata Gujri was born here.
Best Time To Visit Ambala

Average temperatures in Ambala vary drastically. Considering humidity, temperatures feel hot for about half of the year and otherwise nice with a low chance of precipitation most of the year. The warmest times to visit Ambala, the hottest months are June, May, and then July. The warmest time of year is generally early June where highs are regularly around 41.1°C with temperatures rarely dropping below 25.7°C at night.

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