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Kurukshetra – Chulhe ka khana aur Itihaas

Did you know that the story of Kurukshetra dates back to 5000 years ago and is popularly known as the land of Mahabharata and the birthplace of Bhagavad Geeta?


Starts: from Delhi

Ends: at Delhi


Start: TBA

End: TBA

₹ 4900

₹ 4900

About the Tour

This short trip to Kurukshetra enables you to experience the charm of a small town, appreciate the slowness of rural life, witness the clear sky, have the joy of hearth-cooked meals, tractor ride, farm walk, etc while understanding the richness of its culture, the story of Mahabharata and the grandeur of Bhagavad Geeta.

Kurukshetra, a peaceful town located a distance of 170 km from Delhi, everyday romances with the beautiful sunset turning its clear sky into a reddish color, and dropping its reflection into the waters of Asia’s biggest pond named as Braham Sarovar. The invigorating Sarovar aarti happening over the ghats of Brahma Sarovar during dusk makes the entire evening even more magical.  The chants of mantras, the saffron-clad sadhus, the vast expanse of water, the picturesque sunset and all the energy in the surroundings are experienced as just another normal evening in the city of Kurukshetra. It often paints the picture of being a mini-Varanasi in the mind of visitors. It’s still an offbeat tourist destination and free from the crowd.

The story of Kurukshetra dates back to 5000 years ago, popularly known as the land of Mahabharata and the birthplace of Bhagavad Geeta. The nook and corner of this city are dotted with beautiful temples, ponds, and sculptures from Dwapar Yuga. Every place seems to tell a different chapter from the book of Mahabharata.

The city of Kurukshetra is also believed to be the cradle of civilization as per Hindu mythology.  Did you also know that the first-ever Shivlinga was placed in a temple in Kurukshetra, now known as Sthaneshwar Mahadev Mandir?

If you are looking for a peaceful getaway, while enriching your knowledge, then this experience is for you. The drive on NH1 between Delhi and Kurukshetra is a treat to the eyes and the soul of any metro resident as this stretch is bestowed with green farms on both sides of the road. In the close vicinity of Kurukshetra, lie countless villages still connected with the traditional ways of living.  During this trip, we will also be visiting a village that can be labeled as Kurukshetra’s local mini-Punjab where you will have the joy of eating chulha ka khana and get a tractor ride.

Trip Highlights

Your Itinerary

Start from Delhi at 8 AM
Breakfast stop at Amrik Sukhdev Dhaba in Sonepat
Reach Kurukshetra before noon
Shree Krishna Museum
Jyotisar Temple
Dharorahar Haryana Cultural Museum
Sunset and Sarovar Aarti at Brahma Sarovar

Drive to host village
Have desi breakfast
Village Walk (Sunshine, farms and tubewells)
Tractor Ride
Lunch (Makke di roti, sarson da saag with chaach)
Start Driving to Delhi
Reach Delhi by 8.30 PM

Trip Ends

Kurukshetra Map

Booking/ Query

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