Founded in 1987, Krishna Museum displays innumerable artifacts ranging from the 1st century AD to 11thcentury AD, depicting the various colors of the personality of Lord Krishna. The museum has a total of 6 galleries, which showcase several idols, ivory works, exotic wooden carvings, stone sculptures, miniature paintings and much more.
Brahma Sarovar is a water body in Kurukshetra with a mythological connection. It is believed that this was the place from where Lord Brahma had created the mother Earth. This water body is 1400 meters in width and 1800 meter in length. The lake also finds its mention in the 11th century book Kitab-UL-Hind by Alberuni and is visited by devotees during a solar eclipse to take a dip.
One of the most respected sites, Sannihit Sarovar is believed to be the abode of Lord Vishnu and the confluence of 7 sacred Saraswathies. On the day of Amavasya, devotes visit this lake to take a dip. This lake is surrounded by small temples dedicated to Goddess Durga, Laxmi Narayanm Hanuman, and so on.
Bhadrakali temple is a legendary temple known for its association with the Pandava brothers. Dedicated to Goddess Kali, the temple is believed to be the site where the Pandavas had performed several rituals before the Kurukshetra war against the Kauravas. One of the Skahti Peeths, this is the site where the lower limb of Goddess Sati had fell.
Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple
If the legends are to be believed Stahneshwar Mahadev temple is the site where the Panadava Brothers were blessed by Lord Shiva. It is said that the water of the adjoining tanks has curative properties and had cured leprosy disease of Banasura.