The exhibition entitled Haryana through the ages was organized at the time of world Heritage Day at the Museum and Art Gallery, Chandigarh.
An exhibition on the monumental wealth of Haryana was organized at War Memorial Complex, Kala Amb, Panipat at the time of its inauguration.
Rare antiquities, discovered from the excavation at Banawali were sent through Archaeological Survey of India to display in the Festival of India at London and Moscow.
Unique discoveries of Kunal excavations were displayed at National Museum, New Delhi at the time of World Archaeological Congress on their demand.
Special exhibitions on new discoveries were organized at the time of Geeta Jayanti at Kurukshetra.
Rare and important antiquities of Kunal, Banawali and Agroha were sent to the Archaeological Survey of India to exhibit at the time of SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation) Archaeological Conference at New Delhi.
The Department has participated in International Trade Fair in New Delhi and displayed a translight showing archaeological material and other achievements of the department to popularize the State’s heritage and archaeological wealth.
The Department has organized a photo-exhibition of archaeological material at Kurukshetra on the eve of Geeta Jayanti