- Dhamtan Sahib Gurudwara
The Sikhs' temples, known as gurudwaras, are typically associated with the word "sahib." But because Dhamtan is a holy and revered location, a community, that is why it has been employed. The term "Dharamsthan," which means "religious place," is said to be a distortion of the name "Dhamtan." A historic Shiva temple and Rishi Valmiki's ashram, who wrote the epic Ramayan, are located in the area. Additionally, it is thought that Lord Ram performed the Ashwamedha Yagna here. On his way to Delhi, Guru Teg Bahadur, the ninth guru of the Sikhs, is also thought to have stayed here. To honor the guru's visit, a 500-acre site with a gurudwara in the style of a fort was given to him by the villagers.
Distance: Dhamtan Sahib Gurudwara is 77 kilometers away from Safidon
- Jayanti Devi Temple
Around 550 years ago, the Jayanti Devi Temple was constructed out of respect for the wishes of the daughter of the monarch of Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, who was wed to a son of the ruler of Hathnaur, a region to the north of Chandigarh. The princess was a devoted follower of Jayanti Devi, the clan's patron goddess. She was concerned that, in the absence of the temple, she would be denied access to goddess worship after her marriage. She fervently appealed to the deity for assistance as a result. The doli (palanquin) carrying her allegedly became so heavy that its carriers were unable to move any further. When the goddess saw this situation, she placed a tiny idol of herself within the doli, which addressed the issue.
Distance: Jayanti Devi Temple is 38 kilometers away from Safidon
- Bhuteshwar Temple
Because it is devoted to Lord Shiva, also known as Bhootnath, the Lord of the Bhoots, ghosts, or spirits, the temple is known as the Bhuteshwar Temple. This explains why there are enormous Lord Shiva idols in nearly every crematory in North India. The spirit of the deceased remains after cremation. Gohana Road is where the temple is located. Raja Raghbir Singh, the Jind king, constructed it. Due to the massive water tank, or talaab, that surrounds it, it was constructed in the style of the Golden Temple of Amritsar.
Distance: Bhuteshwar Temple is 36 kilometers away from Safidon