Largest producer of passenger vehicles and motorcycles in India

Haryana is one of India’s largest automobile hubs and has also emerged as a base for the knowledge industry, including IT and biotechnology.

Haryana’s electronics and IT exports stood at $7.2 bn during 2016-17, which is 6.2% of the total electronics and IT exports from India. Haryana's business capital Gurugram is home to over 250 of the Fortune 500 companies

Located in northern India, Haryana has four key geographical features: the Shivalik Hills to the North-East, semi-desert sandy plain to the South-West, the Aravalli Range in the South and Yamuna-Ghaggar plain forming the largest part. Haryana is extremely well-connected with access to 2 international airports, 5 civil airports, 1,630 km of rail network, 26,131 km of road network including 24 national highways (NH). The state has a total installed power capacity of 11,268 MW.

The entire state falls in the influence zone of two industrial corridors, namely, Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) and Amritsar Kolkata Industrial Corridor (AKIC). Thirteen districts of Haryana are in the National Capital Region (NCR), which is a prominent trade and consumption center.

Horticuture crops

Largest producer of horticulture crops – strawberry, carrot, cucumber, radish


Largest exporter of Basmati rice from India


Highest concentration of BPO workforce in the world

Automobile and Light Engineering

Haryana manufactures 80% of excavators, 52% of cranes, 50% of cars and 33% of two-wheelers in India.

Due to existing forward and backward linkages with several segments of the automotive industry, 50 of 250 large OEMs in India are located in Haryana.


IT sector in Haryana contributes 9.4% to the state's GDP and 54% to the state's exports.

Electronics and IT exports from Haryana in 2016-17 were over 6% of national exports. The state employs over 200,000 people in the IT sector and is a world BPO hub, with 5% of worldwide and 13% of Indian BPO employees coming from Gurugram. 

Renewable Energy

Haryana has installed rooftop projects of 70 MW so far and plans to add to 22.5 MW during 2017.

It is one of the few states in India to have achieved 100% rural electrification. The state aims to set up solar power projects of more than 4000 MW and achieve a target of 1.6 GW of solar rooftop capacity by 2022.


Haryana is the 4th largest producer of cotton in the country, contributing to 6% of the total production.

The state exports readymade garments worth $ 1.3 bn each year. The textile sector in Haryana employs around 1 mn workers.


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Over 65% of Haryana's population is in the working age group of 15-59 yrs.

Haryana ranks 17th in terms of population in India, home to around 2% of the country's total population. The total population of Haryana is 25.4 mn, with Faridabad as the most populated district.

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