Jind is a town in Jind District in the Indian state of Haryana
. It is one of the oldest districts of Haryana. Rani Talab is the major tourist place Pandu-Pindara and Ramrai are the main devotional places attracting devotees for Amavasya bath.It has an average elevation of 227 metres (744 feet).
Several small-scale industrial units for the manufacture of radio and electrical good, fabrication of cement jallis, soap and candles, etc., were set up in urban areas. Some more important units manufacturing agricultural implements, chemicals, thermometers, surgical cotton, foundries, screws, plastic products, paper-board, coke briquettes, etc. were established after 1968. The first large-scale industrial unit was the Milk Plant at Jind, which came into existence in 1970.A number of local and national newspaper are published in Jind.
Jind has a railway junction on Delhi-Rohtak
-Jakhal section that connects Delhi to Punjab. Another railway line connects it to Panipat
. A new railway line is being constructed from Jind to Gohana
. Trains that stop at Jind railway station connect it to many Indian cities.