Tourist Places in Kurukshetra

Places to Visit in Kurukshetra

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Jyotisar, Kurukshetra
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Ranked 1 of 11
Places to Visit in Kurukshetra
  • Type: Religious Place
Jyotisar is the place where the sacred book of Bhagwad Gita originated. It is located at a distance of 12 km from the region of Kurukshetra on the Pehowa Road. The name Jyotisar derives its name from the Hindi words, 'Jyoti’ meaning ‘light’ and 'Sar’ meaning... Read More »
Sannihit Sarovar, Kurukshetra
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Ranked 2 of 11
Places to Visit in Kurukshetra
  • Type: Religious Place
Sannihit Sarovar is a holy water tank, which is 1500x450 in size and is also an assembling place of all the sacred tirthas. People from different parts of India come here to take dip or for ‘pind daan’ for their ancestors, which is in case of unnatural death. As per the... Read More »
Lakshmi Narayan Temple, Kurukshetra
Rank 3
Ranked 3 of 11
Places to Visit in Kurukshetra
  • Type: Place of Worship
The Lakshmi Narayan Temple is an ancient temple that belongs to the 18th century and the temple is dedicated to God Narayana and Goddess Laxmi. The structure of this temple is a double storied architecture with flights of steps running down. The temple basically stands on a massive... Read More »
Bhishma Kund, Kurukshetra
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Ranked 4 of 11
Places to Visit in Kurukshetra
  • Type: Religious Place
Bhisma Kund is located in the village of Narakatari and is a large water reservoir dedicated to the Grandsire of the Pandavas and Kauravas, Bhishma. The great battle of Mahabharata has been associated with the establishment of this reservoir because as the story goes, on the tenth day of the... Read More »
Brahmasarovar, Kurukshetra
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Ranked 5 of 11
Places to Visit in Kurukshetra
  • Type: Religious Place
Brahmasarovar is an ancient sarovar with historical and religious importance and it is also one of the largest manmade bathing tanks in Asia. Abul Fazl, who was one of the historians in Akbar’s court, called it a ‘mini sea made by man’. The size of the large tank is... Read More »
O P Jindal Park and Musical Fountain, Kurukshetra
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Ranked 6 of 11
Places to Visit in Kurukshetra
  • Type: Park
O P Jindal Park and Musical Fountain was built in the memory of late O P Jindal, the Power Minister of Haryana. The park consists of a toddler’s area with colourful swings and picnic area along with animal zone and sports area. This park extends over an area of 14 acres with a rose garden... Read More »
Phalgu Tirtha, Kurukshetra
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Ranked 7 of 11
Places to Visit in Kurukshetra
  • Type: Religious Place
Phalgu Tirtha is located in the region of Pharal, which is about 33 km from Kurukshetra, on the Kaithal Kurukshetra Road. Pharal is one of the seven forests located in the region of Kurukshetra while the other forest areas are Kamyak van, Aditi van, Vyasa van, Suryavan, Madhuvan, Sitvan and... Read More »
Rantuka Yaksh, Kurukshetra
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Ranked 8 of 11
Places to Visit in Kurukshetra
  • Type: Religious Place
Rantuka Yaksh is one of the four Yakshas present in Kurukshetra. As per the ancient Vamana Purana, this place is regarded as the entry point of the Kurukshetra region and visitors who come here initiate their travel with a holy dip in River Saraswati. This shrine is located on the banks of River... Read More »
Ararak Tirtha, Kurukshetra
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Ranked 9 of 11
Places to Visit in Kurukshetra
  • Type: Religious Place
The Ararak tirtha is located on the southern part of River Saraswati with different gods in different locations. Timing: Early morning around 4:00 am to late in the evening.   Read More »
Pavanhrad Tirtha, Kurukshetra
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Places to Visit in Kurukshetra
  • Type: Religious Place
Pavanhrad Tirtha is located at Pavnava village. It is 18 km away from Kurukshetra and 13 km away from Pehow. This is the only tirtha associated with Pavan (Wind God). The word Pavanhrad constitutes of two words viz. ‘pavan’ meaning wind and ‘hrad’ meaning lake.... Read More »
Kapil Muni Tirtha, Kurukshetra
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Ranked 11 of 11
Places to Visit in Kurukshetra
  • Type: Religious Place
Kapil Muni Tirtha is dedicated to the renowned author of Sankhya Philosophy, Saint Kapila, and is located in Kalayat, which is an ancient village near Narwana. Kapil Muni Tirtha is one of the most popular pilgrimages located in the Kurukshetra region.   The region of Kalayat... Read More »
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