Dedicated to Lord Brahma, it is believed that Brahma created mother earth from this Sarovar.
Jyotisar is associated with the legend of Mahabharata and is a sacred site in Kurukshetra.
It is where Bhishma Pitamah was laid on a bed of arrows made by Arjun for him to watch the battle.
Founded in 1987, Krishna Museum houses various artifacts of Lord Krishna and Krishna’s incarnations from 1st Century AD to 11th Century AD.
Measuring up to 550 ft in width and 1500 ft in height, Sannihit Sarovar is believed to be the meeting point of seven tributaries of Saraswati River and the home of Lord Vishnu.
It is said that the Pandavas obtained the blessings of Lord Shiva in Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple.
Kurukshetra Panorama & Science Centre was established to explain the role of science in the traditional Indian religion.
Phalgu Tirth is a religiously important pilgrimage centre in the country, especially during Pitru Paksha, which according to the Hindu calendar, is the period to pay respects to the deceased ancestors.