Sirsa is a city and a municipal council in Sirsa district in the Indian state of Haryana. It is a town in the westernmost region of the state, bordering Punjab and Rajasthan.Its history dates back to the time of the writing of the Mahabharata. At one time, the Sarasvati River flowed in this area.It has an average elevation of 205 metres (672 feet).
Tara Baba Kutiya: Tara Baba Kutia is a Hindu temple complex situated about 7 km from main city on Rania Road. It has been started in the holy memories of Shri Tara Baba.It is very big and beautifull
The Balaji Mandir: is a Hindu temple and it is located at the lal bathi chouwk. It is besides the Town Park.It is very big and very beautiful temple in sirsa.
Dera Sacha Sauda (DSS): is a non-profit spiritual organization based in Sirsa, Haryana, India. The Dera Sacha Sauda was established by the ascetic Mastana Balochistani in 1948, as a center for spiritual learning. The organisation has achieved Guinness World Records for several blood donation drives and a tree-planting initiative.The organization has also received extensive media coverage due to several controversies it has been involved in.
How To Reach:
By Air : Sirsa has an Indian Air Force station but it is not open to civilian flights or civilian use. The nearest airport is located at Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi which is well connected to domestic and international destinations.
By Train: Sirsa has a railway junction that is well connected to New Delhi, Jaipur and other cities in North India.
By Bus: Sirsa is well connected by road.Direct buses are available from New Delhi, Chandigarh and Jaipur. About 4 years ago, Inter City Bus service was started in the city. The city is internally well connected by autorikshaws and rikshaws also.