Nuh is a city in the state of Haryana. Located in Mewat district of Haryana, Noah is a modest home of some historical buildings and ruins. This city is also mentioned in the Mahabharata. According to the Mahabharata, the area was given to the great Pandava king Yudhisthira by his teacher Dronacharya. This is the most backward district of India.
visiting places in Nuh
Chuhi Mal Ka Talab
The lake was built in the 18th-19th centuries by a rich salt merchant and Nagarsheth. The construction of the lake consists of four ghats on 8 sides with steps leading to the waterbody, 8 single-story octagonal shaped red sandstone umbrellas and buries. There are two ancient temples on the shores of this lake. The Rajput architecture was built by his son “Hukam Chand” in his memory after his death. The lake has an ancient cenotaph of red stone and is beautifully carved. The nearby temple has inscriptions of floral and animal forms and arches in a mixed style of Mughal and Rajput architecture
Tomb of Sheikh Musa
The trembling minaret of Sheikh Musa’s tomb has a nice mix of Muslim and Rajput style of architecture. This man-made marvel is also known for its brilliant engineering techniques. The Sheikh Musa Tomb was built in the 14th century. Sheikh Musa was the grandson of Mohammed Farid and he came to Noah in search of solitude and salvation. This Samadhi was built in his memory. These minarets are a kind of way of doing it in India, as these can be shaken. If a person shakes the pillars of a tower, the person standing inside the adjacent tower will automatically experience vibrations.
Nalhshwar Mahadev temple
Nalhashwar Mahadev Temple is located near Nalhar village at the foot of Nalhar hills in Aravalli range. There is also a Nalhar Pandava reservoir in the U-shaped Nalhar valley surrounded by peaks near the Nalhashwar Mahadev temple. There is also a natural reservoir at the base of the Kadamba tree in Nalhar hill. It is believed that the Pandavas prayed to Lord Shiva here during their 14 years of exile and drank water from this reservoir.