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Sirsa Haryana Top 10 Things To Do And Places To Visit!

Sirsa is a divine destination for the followers of Hinduism, respecting its mention that occurs in the holy text of Mahabharata. Historically, Sirsa is known for its seniority being the oldest among the cities in India.

Many researchers and historians, mark “Sairishakha” as the former name of Sirsa city. Panini, one of the ancient scholars of India has also mentioned the city in his works such as “Ashatadhayayi” and “Divyavadan”.

Geographically, Sirsa assumes the topmost position in size among the other districts of Haryana. People also believe that the holy river, Sarasvati had once flowed through Sirsa city. 

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Things To Do in Sirsa

Sirsa may not be a sensational icon on the tourist map of India. But this city has the potential to become one with its own signature features and tourist attractions. You can always opt for Sirsa for a rejuvenating holiday that will overpower you with freshness and positive energy.

Over the years, Sirsa has grown and is continually growing its hospitality standards to become a top-rated tourist destination. However, when you visit the city, don’t miss out to keep a “to-do” list, in which you may include the following. 

1. Tara Baba Kutia 

Since the relevance of Sirsa is closely intertwined with the events of Hindu mythology, temples can sit at the top of your list.

Tara Baba Kutia 

Tara Baba Kutia is a magnificent temple complex in the city with a captivating water structure and a sculptured tall idol of the Hindu god, Lord Shiva.

2. Archaeological Sirsa

Sirsa is the ancient most city on the map of heritage India, remnants of civilizations and ancient human cultures are found plenty in the city.

Archaeological Sirsa

The remnants found in the sites are believed to be from the Ghaggar valley. 

3. Baba Ramdev Ji 

If you are a believer or not, Baba Ramdev Ji is a worthy person to pay a visit to if you are in the city. The popularity and acceptability of Baba Ramdev Ji have in fact become an inevitable part of the Sirsa culture now.

Baba Ramdev Ji 

Baba Ramdev Ji is admired as an incarnated form of the Hindu God, Lord Vishnu.

4. Jama Masjid

The city of Sirsa flaunts its secularism by having an architecturally beautiful Jama Masjid in the heart of the city.

Jama Masjid

The two tall towers that the Masjid has are quite prominent to frame the city with unforgettable aerial beauty. 

5. Photography 

The government is constantly trying to make the city comfortable for tourists. You can have refreshments and enjoy recreational activities.

Photography 

Like boating and photography from places like Surkhab, Shikra, Kala Teetar, and many more. 

Places to Visit in Sirsa

  • Hanuman Temple (Ram Nagria)
  • Gurudwara Guru Gobind Singh, Chormar Khera (Tehsil Dabwali)
  • Dera Jiwan Nagar (Tehsil Sirsa)
  • Radha Swami Satsang Ghar (Sikander Pur)
  • Dera Baba Sarsai Nath
  • Dera Sufi Saint Baba Bhuman
  • Ram Dev Mandir, Kagdana (Tehsil Sirsa)
  • Saint Baba Bihari Samadhi
  • Kala Teetar (Abub Shehar)
  • Tomb of Khawaja Pir

1. Hanuman Temple (Ram Nagria)

When in Sirsa, you can travel a bit to the west of the city to reach the Hanuman Temple. Devotees visit the temple with a strong faith in being saved from troubles.

Hanuman Temple (Ram Nagria)

Weaknesses in their lives chanting the Hanuman Chalisa. 

2. Gurudwara Guru Gobind Singh, Chormar Khera (Tehsil Dabwali)

Unlike other places of worship, this Gurudwara is visited by people believing in multitudes of religions. Sikhs, Hindus, and Muslims visit the place seeking blessings from the Guru and find a feeling of inner peace.

Gurudwara Guru Gobind Singh, Chormar Khera (Tehsil Dabwali)

The construction of a Gurudwara in the particular location is assumed to have happened since people believed that Guru Gobind Singh have spent a night there for sleep. An exclusive cage for women is one of the distinctive features of this place.

You can also find a museum and library in the Gurudwara, which also make it an ideal place for those who are fond of history and heritage. 

3. Dera Jiwan Nagar (Tehsil Sirsa)

A dense population of the Namdhari sect can be spotted in the region. Formerly, the place was known as Chichal. Jeewan Kaur is the name of the mother of popular Namdhari seer Partap Singh, which got later adapted to name the city Jiwan Nagar.

Dera Jiwan Nagar (Tehsil Sirsa)

The settlers of Jiwan Nagar under the Namdhari sect have their origin in the places like Shekhupura, Sialkot, and Gujranwala.

4. Radha Swami Satsang Ghar (Sikander Pir)

You can be at the place with just a journey of 5kms to the east from Sirsa city. Every year, during the months of March and April, you can attend the Satsang conducted in the location. This is the festive time of the year.

Radha Swami Satsang Ghar (Sikander Pir)

At this place and the natives also welcome tourists to be part of the grant celebrations held as part of the Satsang. 

5. Dera Baba Sarsai Nath 

It’s a 13th-century built Hindu temple in Sirsa city. Records talk about the meditation practiced by the Shiva devotees in the location during ancient times. They also reveal the population of the Pashupati sects.

Dera Baba Sarsai Nath 

In the area between a period from the 8th to the 9th century. 

6. Dera Sufi Saint Baba Bhuman 

If you are interested in exploring the Deras of the Sufi Saints, you can easily find a lot in the Sirsa villages like Sangar Saritha, Mallewala, and Mangala.

Dera Sufi Saint Baba Bhuman 

They are the ones from Kamboj. In order to feel the vibrant side of the place, visit the place during the Sankranti time of the year. 

7. Ram Dev Mandir, Kadgana (Tehsil Sirsa)

There are quite a lot of Ram devotees in the city and Ram Dev Mandir is one of the most crowded worship spots for them.

Ram Dev Mandir, Kadgana (Tehsil Sirsa)

A lot of culturally exciting practices take place in the temple every day. January and February are the festive months of the temple. 

8. Saint Baba Bihari Samadhi

The location is to the west of Sirsa city. The devotees celebrate January 1st of every year.

Saint Baba Bihari Samadhi

As their annual Bhandra. 

9. Khala Teetar (Abub Shehar)

It is one of the major modernist tourist destinations of the city of Sirsa.

Khala Teetar (Abub Shehar)

The authorities have facilitated the location with a Mini Zoo, Children’s Park, Boating, and many more.

10. Tomb Of Khawaja Pir 

The Tomb Of Khawaja Pir is built in memory of the Pir, Abdul Shankar during the 13th century.

Tomb Of Khawaja Pir 

Guru Nanak Dev and his disciples are believed to have stayed in the tomb. 

Sirsa: How To Reach?

Nearest Airport: Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi

Nearest Railway Station: Sirsa (SSA)

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Ruchika is a “hodophile” who is always on the road. The wanderlust in her often pours out in brilliantly written features and travelogs. When she’s not writing for People Places, you’ll find her in the most obscure of travel destinations, exploring unknown vistas and clicking images in her mind for her next write-up.

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