Before visiting this place, read on to the following list of attractions, which you must visit
during your Jind tour.
Jayanthi Devi Temple:
It is the oldest and the most famous temples of Jind. The city gets its name from the
temple. The temple has a huge building and is located on a hillock of the Shivalik
ranges, surrounded by rich greenery. The well in the temple is the source of water and
there are a few shops near the temple. The landscaping view of the valley is superb
from the temple. A large number of devotees visit this temple during a grand fair held
conducted here on full moon day in February and a small fair in August with a gathering
of over 1.5 lakh people from far and near places.
Another oldest temple in the region is Bhuteshwara temple, located on the Jind-Gohana
road. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and has the same structure as of the
Golden Temple of Amritsar. There is a water tank near the temple called as 'Rani Ka
Talab'. The King of Jind built the Talab (pond) so that his queen could take a bath here.
There is an underground tunnel which leads to the pond.
Located on a prime location of the Jind city, the Shaheed Smarak is a memorial of great
heroes of the country, who lost their lives during India's independence. The tall pillar is
made of black granite and has the words of honor and gratitude carved on it.
Located in Narwana tehsil, about 10 KM east of Narwana on Narwana-Tohana road,
Dhamtan Sahib was anciently known as Dharmsthan (religious place). It is believed
that Rishi Valmiki had his ashram in Dharmsthan, and it was here where Lord Rama
organised the Ashvamedha Yagya. Also, there is a Manji Sahib Gurudwara located here
and it is also believed that ninth Sikh Guru, 'Guru Tegh Bahadur' stayed here.
Other Tourist Attractions:
Pindara Tirtha, Pushkara Tirtha, Varaha Tirtha, Ramahrada Tirtha, Yakshini Tirtha,
Asvini Kumara Tirtha, Munjavata Tirtha and Ekahamsa are some of the other famous
tourist attractions of this place which you can visit during your Jind vacation.