Haryana is one of the wealthiest states in the country, topping the list of states with the largest number of rural crorepatis. The green, agricultural, and manufacturing revolutions have led to Haryana currently becoming one of the most economically developed regions in South Asia, with the second highest per capita income in India. Historically, Haryana has seen the growth of the early Indus Valley civilisation, as well as the early Vedic civilisation, and has many attractions of historical and mythological significance.
Currently, business process outsourcing and retail are on the rise along with manufacturing and IR largely due to the meteoric rise of Gurgaon. The paper, steel and textile industries are also booming. Despite these developments, Haryana remains grounded in its agricultural past with 70% of its population employed inthe fields. Infrastructure development in the state is one of the best in the country, and supports both rural and urban industries.
Major tourist destinations include Kurukshetra and other archeological sites, forts and temples. Dhosi Hill is an extinct volcano present in the area.