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

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

You can get to the Hanuman Temple from Sirsa by going a little bit west of the city. People who go to the temple have strong faith that they will be saved from trouble


Hanuman Temple

Unlike other places of worship, people from many different religions go to this Gurudwara. Sikhs, Hindus, and Muslims go there to get blessings from the Guru and feel at peace with themselves.


Gurudwara Guru Gobind Singh

Jeewan Kaur is the name of the mother of the famous Namdhari seer Partap Singh. The name of the city, Jiwan Nagar, is based on this name.


Dera Jiwan Nagar

From Sirsa city, it's only 5 km to the east to get to the place. During the months of March and April every year you can go to the Satsangs that are held there.


Radha Swami Satsang Ghar

It is a Hindu temple in Sirsa city that was built in the 13th century. In the past, people who worshipped Shiva came to this place to meditate, according to written records.


Dera Baba Sarsai Nath

If you want to learn more about the Deras of the Sufi Saints, you can easily find a lot of them in Sirsa villages like Sangar Saritha, Mallewala, and Mangala.


Dera Sufi Saint Baba Bhuman

There are a lot of people who worship Ram in the city, and Ram Dev Mandir is one of the most popular places for them to worship.


Ram Dev Mandir, Kadgana

The place is west of Sirsa City. Every year on January 1, the followers have a party. As part of their yearly Bhandra


Saint Baba Bihari Samadhi

It is one of the most popular modernist tourist spots in Sirsa. The government has added a mini zoo, children's park, boating, and a lot more to the area.


Khala Teetar

In the 13th century, the Tomb of Khawaja Pir was built to honour the Pir Abdul Shankar. People think that Guru Nanak Dev and his followers stayed in the tomb.


Tomb Of Khawaja Pir