Jhajjar is a town in Jhajjar district in the Indian state of Haryana. Jhajjar district is one of the 21 districts of Haryana, India; it was carved out of Rohtak district on July 15, 1997. It has an average elevation of 220 metres (721 feet). Jhajjar has its railway station with Code(JHJ).Railway station of city is situated on Gawalison-Dadri Road.
Pratapgarh Farms is an ethnic village and eco-tourism destination approved by Department of Tourism Government of Haryana which has in the last couple of years become a popular destination with tourists from Delhi and NCR who want to experience rural life of Haryana, its customs, foods, games and cuisine. A large number of schools, corporate and families come here every year to enjoy a day out midst sprawling green country side.
Jhajjar is famous for its cattle wealth. There is no dearth of milk and milk products in the cuisine of Haryana. People prepare ghee and butter at home and you can see a liberal usage of ghee in their regular diet. The homemade butter is called tindi or nooni ghee, and in most homes they daily churn fresh ghee. In weddings, it is customary for people to give gifts prepared from ghee to the bride's family. Buttermilk, Lassi and tea are common drinks. Fresh vegetables and fruits are easily available. The most relished dishes are Raabri, Bajre ki khichri with lassi and Bajre ki roti with saag (vegetable made by green leafy vegetables), nooni ghee, lassi. Teet ka achar is a pickle made of Kair tree. Some of the popular Haryana cuisines are Singri ki sabzi, Kachri ki Sabzi, Methi Gajar, Mixed Dal, Hara Dhania Cholia, Kadhi Pakora, Tamatar Chutney, Bathua Raita, Khichri, Mithe Chawal, Besan Masala Roti Makhan, Bhura Roti Ghee, Bajra Aloo Roti Makhan, Churma, Kheer and Malpuas. Pethe ki subji is made on special occasions.
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