Pearl Dental Clinic Haryana
At Pearl Dental Clinic, Dr.Chawla offers superior dental services for patients of all ages. Some of the cosmetic dentistry treatment options that we offer include dental implants, teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, and orthodontics. Besides, we also provide a variety of other dental services, including periodontal care, sedation dentistry, pediatric dental care, and dental care. We strive our best to promote excellent dental health for your entire family.
Providing a wide array of dental procedures including Bonding/White Fillings, Bridges, Crowns, Hygiene/Periodontal Health, Teeth Whitening, ZOOM! Whitening, Veneers, Dental Implants, Dentures/Partial Dentures, Extractions, Root Canal (Endodontics), Crown Lengthening, Post Op Instructions, Children Dentistry, Pediatric Dentistry, Dental Checkup, Zoom and many other services. All of this available in our convenient dentist office in Sonipat (Haryana) India.
We use state-of-art technology at our Dental Clinic.
Doctors on Our Panel
Dr. Sahil Chawla (B.D.S – MIDA)
Dr. Mrs. Tasneen Chawla (B.D.S – MIDA)
Dr. Sushil Mittal (M.D.S – Orthodontics)
Dr. Ajay Verma (M.D.S – Oral & Maxillofacial surgeon)
Dr. Varun Dahiya (M.D.S – Periodontics)
* Scaling & Polishing
* Tooth Colored Restorations
* Teeth Whitening
* EMERGENCY TREATMENTS
* Root Canal Treatment
* Single/Multiple Teeth Extractions
* Orthodontic Treatment(Braces)
* Gum Treatments
* COSMETIC DENTAL PROCEDURES
* Porcelain Veneers
* Metal Free Porcelain Crowns
* High Noble Metal Porcelain Crowns
* Empress Crowns(IPS)
* Gap Closure
* Dental Implants
* Removable & Fixed Partial Dentures
* Metal Crowns
* Dental Jewellery
Pearl Dental Clinic
Murthal Road,Opposite Old housing Board Gate,Near Mauji Ram Dharamshala
Sonipat(haryana) Haryana 131001 India
Hours of Operation:
9.00 am – 1.00 pm & 5.00 pm – 8.00 pm
TOURISM AROUND SONIPAT
The Battle of Panipat Memorial society set-up by the Government Haryana, has organized for the first time a museum at Panipat to highlight major events that took place for over two hundred years which made Panipat , a place of great historical importance, for setting up the museum, the work was assigned to the Haryana state Chapter of the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH).
Panipat Museum has been especially established for dissminating information about archaeology, history, art and crafts of Haryana with special emphasis on the Battles of Panipat which marked the turning point in Indian history, The display of antiquities, inscription, sculptures, arms and armours, Pottery, old and valuable documents, jewellery and art and craft objects, have been augumented by maps, writeups photographs and translides, etc. To make the students, visitors and scholars aware of Haryana’s glorious past and its significant contribution to the cultural and political history of India. The main idea behind setting-up of this Museum is to create awareness among the visitors about the three successive battles of Panipat which virtually changed the course of history of India. Through display an attempt has been made to provide an insight into the acts of bravery of some valiant and patriotic warrios who sacrificed their lives at Panipat. These include, hemu-a local hero, Raja Surja Mal of Bharatpur, Vikramaditya (Vikramajit) of Gwalior, Maharaja of Patiala, Sher Shar SURI< Sadashiv Rao Bhau, Vishwas Rao Peshwa, Tukuj Shinde and Ch. Ganpat Rai (Pradhan of Sarvakhab Panchyat of village Sisauli).
Enlarged photographs of a large number of important miniatures, mostly from babur Nama and Akbar Nama, relating to these battles and personalities connected therewith, have been obtained from the National museum of New Delhi, The British Library, Victoria and Albert Museum of London. A Large number of contemporary weapons, armoury, guns, etc. have been acquired through loan from the Archaeological Survey of India, A large number of blow-ups of the buildings and sites of the region which are important from archeological as well as historical point of view have been provided by the Archeological survey of India for display in the museum. The photocopies of many original documents and handwritten latters concerning this theme, have been procured from the National Archives of India, the Government of Maharashtra, Rampur Raza Library and Library of the Aligarh Muslim Univesity. Akbar’s farman concerning Hemu is one such important handwritten document- a copy of which has been obtained from the National Archives, New Delhi.
Bhagvad Gita describes a Kurukshetra as Dharmakshetra, the field of justice. It is also known as Brajhmakshetra, the field of Brahma, the Creator. Nardak is another name for Kurukshetra, probably derived from nirdukh, without sorrow. Kurukshetra has large number of holy places, temples and tanks at the time of Mahabharata war which reflect the Indian traditions and culture purely. Holy rivers Saraswati and Yamuna cover its northern and eastern boundaries and this is another main reason that the place, kusrukshetra become more religious. According to Manu, the tract between the old sacred rivers Saraswati and Drishadvati in Kurukshetra was known as Brahmavarta. Kurukshetra is intimately related to the Aryan civilization and its growth along the Saraswati River. Because of its Vedas and Vedic Culture it has great historical and religious importance, revered all over the country. The great 18-day battle of Mahabharta was fought here in the ancient past between Kauravas and Pandavas for upholding the cause of Dharma. Battle Mahabharat was fought and Lord Krishna told the role of "KARMA" in our life through the Bhagwad-Gita, to Arjuna at Jyotisar. It was a war between good and evil, in which the Pandavas were victorious. Bhagvad Gita, the Song Celestial, is the divine message which lord Krishna delivered to Arjuna on the eve of the Great War when he saw the latter wavering from his duty.
The district headquarter is situated in Ambala City. It is famous for its army cantonment, air force base and railway junction. Ambala district is now famous for its industries especially that of scientific instruments, metal casting and kitchen mixer grinders.
* Bhawani Amba Temple, named after the goddess Bhawani.
* Kali Mata Mandir
* The Badshahi Bag Gurdwara
* Sis Ganj Gurdwara
* Manji Sahib Gurdwara and , Sangat Sahib Gurdwara
* Popular Muslim shrines of Lakhi Shah and Taqwal Shah
* Saint Paul's Church and an old British Christian cemetery.