KURUKSHETRA & PITRI KARAM
Bathing in this sarovar is believed to offer peace to wandering and unhappy souls. Prayers and pind daan, a memorial service for the dead, is performed here.
Its name is derived from a famous Rigveda river apaya. Its relevance is depicted in Mahabharat and Vaman Puran. The worshippers who offer sayamak to the Brahmans get blessings and their wishes fulfilled by their forefathers.
Kultaran Tirth, Kirmich
As the name suggests, tirth which purifies the ‘Kul” is Kultaran tirth. As per Vaaman Puran, by taking dip in holy water, a pilgrim bring good fortune to whole of their ancestry including 21 successions. As per local belief, this tirth was created by Yudhistar after Mahabharat yudh for families of soldiers to pay homage to those who had lost their lives.