Jyotisar, a holy location in Kurukshetra, is connected to the Mahabharata tale. In order to get Arjun ready for the battle against Bhishma and Karan, Lord Krishna taught him the Bhagwad Geeta there under a banyan tree. It is thought that the tree is the same one that is still in the community.
Distance: Jyotisar is 28 kilometers away from Ladwa
- Bhishma Kund
Bhishma Kund is linked to the well-known Mahabharata tale. Arjun made Bhishma Pitamah a bed of arrows there so he could observe the battle from there. Arjun shot an arrow into the earth to release a water spring in response to Bhishma’s request for water when he was thirsty. The Bhishma Kund is the current name for this source of water.
Distance: Bhishma Kund is 27 kilometers away from Ladwa
- Sheikh Chilli’s Tomb
The Sheikh Cheli Mausoleum, also known as Sheikh Chilli’s Tomb, was constructed in Prince Dara Shikoh, a Sufi master’s, honour. The main draw is a magnificent example of Persian architecture with lovely floral motifs. The compound includes the tombs of Sheikh Chili and his wife, a red sandstone mosque, a madrasa, immaculate lawns, and an archaeology museum, making it the ideal tourist destination.
Distance: Sheikh Chilli’s Tomb is 23 kilometers away from Ladwa
- Dharohar Museum
The rich historical, cultural, archaeological, and architectural legacy of the state is displayed at the Dharohar Museum. It was started in Kurukshetra University's Golden Jubilee Year. The museum's more than 23 galleries showcase the area's rich history through artwork, photos, artifacts, and manuscripts. There is an outdoor amphitheater in the museum compound as well, where folk performances are frequently scheduled.
Distance: Dharohar Museum is 24 kilometers away from Ladwa