- Gurdwara Guru Gobind Singh
: The Sikhs' tenth Guru was Guru Gobind Singh. Once upon a time, Guru Gobind Singh came here and laid the groundwork for this Gurudwara. Because of this, this Gurudwara, which covers an area of roughly 8 acres, is quite well-known in modern times. People of the Sikh faith come from various nations and India to visit this Gurudwara. It is widespread to see Sikhs from India and other nations congregate in this gurudwara for a whole year on the anniversary of the birth of Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs.
Distance: Gurdwara Guru Gobind Singh is 14 kilometres away from Rania
- KhwajaPir Tomb:
: The construction of this tomb structure dates to the thirteenth century, and it retains its original appearance. When Mohammad Ghori arrived in this region in the 16th century, he also built a mosque. The work that was finished is still in use. Muslims still congregate in Sirsa City to perform Namaz at the mosque, and tourists continue to go from all across India to visit the grave of a KhwajaPir. To honorKhwajaPir, people come to Sirsa from all around the nation and abroad. It is also claimed that KhwajaPir's pledge will definitely be followed.
Distance: hwajaPir Tomb is 66kilometres away from Rania
- Hanuman temple
: The well-known Hanuman temple is located in the heart of Sirsa. The 12th century saw its construction. Despite being fairly old, this temple is still standing today. There is a legend that Hanuman once resided in this temple and met one of his most devoted followers there, whereupon the man built a Hanuman temple. This temple has been around for a very long time. Tuesdays are notoriously packed, making it impossible to enter the temple and do the proper worship.
Distance: Hanuman temple is 5kilometres away from Rania