Located about 150 kilometers from Delhi, Kurukshetra comprises 419 villages. The Karnal and Kaithal districts of Kurukshetra are known as the 'rice bowl of India' as most of the rice grown in India is from these districts.
Kurukshetra is a historically and religiously important location. It is associated with the renowned Vedic Civilization. It was in Kurukshetra that the famous Mahabharata was fought.
The interesting places to visit in Kurukshetra are Sannihit Tank, Sthanesvra Mahadev Mandir, Kurukshetra Tank, Arnai Temple, Prachi Tirath Pehowa, Saraswati Tirath Pehowa and Karan Ka Tila.
How to get there Kurukshetra is easily accessible from different parts of India. Kurukshetra is reachable by rail and road. Railways connect Kurukshetra to other parts of the country. Kurukshetra is accessible by road as well. The National Highway 1 connects Kurukshetra to Delhi.
Hotels in Kurukshetra Accommodation in Kurukshetra is easily available. Hotels in Kurukshetra include a range of different kinds of facilities and amenities. Tourists are provided with a wide variety like luxurious star hotels, moderate hotels and low budget economy hotels. Hotels in Kurukshetra include