Sri Krishana Museum
Situated near Brahma Sarovar and set up by the Kurukshetra Development Board, it is one of the finest museums on the theme of Krishna. It has a collection of wide variety of beautiful sculptures, paintings and other artistic creations relating to the legend of Krishna .
Brahma Sarovar is a water tank sacred to the Dharmic religions in Thanesar, in the state of Haryana in North India. Dharmic religions lay emphasis on taking bath for internal and external purity.
Kurukshetra Panorama and Science Centre
Kurukshetra Panorama and Science Centre is a unique Centre that combines science with religion. The main attraction of the Centre is a life-like panorama of the epic battle of Kurukshetra that showcases Mahabharata war with scientific explanations justifying every episode in the war.
Jyotisar Bhagavad Gita Birthplace
People here believe that it was under this holy Banyan that Lord Krishna delivered the Holy Bhagavad Gita (the doctrine of karma and dharma) to his wavering friend Arjuna, and he showed too his Virat rupa (Universal form), the terrible image of Himself as the Destroyer God.
Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple
The ancient Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva is situated in Thanesar, a holy town in the Kurukshetra district of Haryana.
Sannihit Sarovar is a sacred water reservoir in Thanesar in Kurukshetra district. It is believed to be the meeting point of seven sacred Sarasvatis. The sarovar, according to popular belief, contains sacred water.
The Bhadrakali Temple is situated on the Jhansa Road in the town of Thanesar in the district of Kurukshetra. Bhadrakali is a form of Shakti. This is considered to be one of the 51 Shakti ‘pithas’ of India.
Sheikh Chehli Mausoleum is the marble tomb that was constructed by the ruler Sher Shah Suri. Located in the north direction of Thanesar, this tomb is known for its architectural splendor and remarkable beauty. The place is visited by several tourists every year. Sheikh Chehli or Abdul Rahim, as he was popularly called, was a Sufi saint who taught sacred teachings to Dara Shikoh, one of the sons of Shah Jehan.
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 battle when Bhishma fell on the ground and was thirsty it was Arjuna who pierced an arrow into the ground to get water for him.
Raja Harsh Ka Tila
Raja Harsh Ka Tila is a monument on a broad mound located in Thanesar near Kurukshetra, Haryana state of India. This very old site is approximately 1 km long and 750 m wide along with a height of about 15 to 18 m from the surrounding area.