Panchkula is an arranged city in the Panchkula locale, Haryana, India. It frames a piece of a nonstop zone with the association region of Chandigarh and the city of Mohali. It is around 4 km 2.4 miles southeast of Chandigarh, 105 km 65 miles southwest of Shimla and 259 km 162 miles upper east of New Delhi, the national capital. It is a piece of the Chandigarh capital area or Greater Chandigarh. The Chandigarh-Mohali-Panchkula metropolitan locale aggregately shapes a Chandigarh Tricity, with a consolidated populace of more than 2 million. The city has the Chandimandir Cantonment, the home office of the Western Command of the Indian Army.
For the most part, the incline of the locale is from north east to south west and toward this path, the greater part of the waterways/streams rain-bolstered deluges stream down and spread much rock and stones in their beds. Just the Sirsa River, in Kalka Tehsil streams towards the north-west. The dirts in the locale are for the most part light soil. The underground water in the region is for the most part crisp and reasonable for local and water system purposes. The underground water level is by and large high in the southern parts and low in north and north-east which is uneven tract. The area lies in the Himalayas limit blame zones and quakes of direct to high power have happened previously.
Currency: Rupees - INR Pincode of Panchkula: 134107 Language : Haryanvi, English, Hindi Weather: Summer 35°C to 40°C Winter 12°C to 20°C