This small spiritual haven is the most important of the 360 pilgrimages associated with Kurukshetra, and is the fountainhead of Indian thought and Hindu tenets. It is here that one of the most important spiritual scriptures of India, the Bhagawat Gita was revealed through the sermon of Lord Krishna. The Brahma Sarovar and Sannihit Sarovar, which is believed to be the abode of Lord Vishnu, abound with holy ghats (banks) and small temples.
Bhagawad Gita :One of the most revered Hindu scripture; commonly referred to as the Gita for short. The teacher of the Gita is Krishna, revered by Hindus as a manifestation of the 'Divine One'. Comprising 700 verses, the Gita is the conversation between Lord Krishna and Arjuna (Pandava prince) taking place on the battlefield before the start of the Kurukshetra war. This scripture is often being described as a concise guide to Hindu theology and also as a practical, self-contained guide to life.
Brahma Sarovar :Among the holiest of water tanks in India, this is a vast water body, in the centre of which stands the Sarveshwar Mahadev Temple akin to a lotus. It is believed that Lord Brahma, the Creator of the Universe, conceived the Earth here. A dip in the Sarovar, according to ancient scriptures, absolves one of all the sins. A number of temples lie in close vicinity of this holy water body, of which the prominent one is the Lakshmi Narayan Temple, distinct owing to the late 18th century architecture.