Kaithal: Explore The Historical  Muslim Center In Haryana!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Kaithal is historically important. Haryana's Kaithal was once a Muslim center. The Mahabharata mention Pandava King Yudhishthir's founding of Kaithal.

It was established by Bhai kings who governed Kaithal from 1767 to 1843. This place's patterns and designs enhance its architectural splendor.

Ancient Baoli

Thehpolar's embankment is said to have a view of an old village that was destroyed during the Mahabharata war.


Razia Sultan was the only woman to rule the Delhi Sultanate. She was the daughter of Iltutmish. On the road between Kaithal and Manas, you can find the tomb of Razia Sultan.

Tomb of Razia Sultan

Naimish is 17 kilometres from Kaithal. Sauti narrated the entire Mahabharata in Naimisharanay with the help of counselors, according to the Aadi Parva.

Naimish Tirtha, Nauch

The brick-and-mortar temples are the best early Hindu architecture. One Pancha Rathas-style Shiva temple contains a Linga sculpture and serpent image

Kalayat Temple

This palace is a must-see for people who are interested in architecture. The fort was changed in 2016, and it is now one of the most famous places in Kaithal.

Forts and Palaces of the Bhai Dynasty

Sheikh Tayyab's beautiful tomb was erected by Hazrat Shah Sikandar. The tomb has a bulbous roof with a square Pathan architecture.

Tomb of Sheikh Tayyab

This place is so quiet that it helps you relax and forget about all your problems. It is an important place to go to in Kaithal.

Topiyon Wala Gurudwara