Kalka is a town in the Panchkula district of Haryana, India. The name of this town is derived from the goddess Kali. The town is arranged in the lower regions of the Himalayas and is a door to the neighboring territory of Himachal Pradesh. It is on the National Highway 22 among Chandigarh and Shimla, and it is the end of the Kalka-Shimla Railway. Toward the south of Kalka is Pinjore, and the modern town of Parwanoo Himachal Pradesh is toward the north on the NH 22. Modern advancement has prompted a constant urban belt from Pinjore to Parwanoo, however Kalka remains to a great extent unaffected by these improvements.
Close-by is Chandimandir Cantonment where the Western Command of the Indian armed force is based. In 2013 it has gone under the ward of Panchkula Municipal Corporation and its metropolitan board of trustees has been broken up. The town takes its name from Kalika maa the decision god. Kalka was obtained by British India from the Princely province of Patiala in 1843 as a stop for Simla, the late spring capital of the Raj. It turned into the intersection for the Delhi-Panipat-Ambala-Kalka, and the Kalka- Shimla railroads. By 1901, the town, controlled as an informed territory, had a populace of 7,045, a railroad workshop, and was a business opportunity for ginger and turmeric. The Kalka metropolitan board of trustees was made on 11 April 1933.
Currency: Rupees - INR Pincode of Kalka: 133302 Language : Hindi and Punjabi Weather: Summer 28°C to 38°C Winter 16°C to 20°C