Cultural / Devotional heritage

Bilaspur & Kapal Mochan :

Bilaspur town named after the writer of the 'Mahabharata' - Maharishi 'Ved Vyas' is a historical place. It is supposed that there was an Ashram of Ved Vyas on the bank of a pond situated here. The statue of Uma Mahadev made in 9th-10th century, and statue of Ganesha made in 11th-12th century and remains of Gupta period prove the antecedence of Kapalmochan. People came from all parts of the country feel spiritual elevated by taking bath here in ponds (kunds) known as Rinmochan, Kapalmochan and Surya kund. There is also a Hindu temple and Gurudawara of Dasham Badshahi.

Kapal Mochan is known for the ancient statues of Uma Mahadev that were constructed between the 9th and the 10th centuries. It also has an old Ganesha statue which was made during the 11th or the 12th century. Some of the historical remains of the Gupta dynasty can also be traced in this town. These towns attract large number of devotees for taking a holy dip in the Rinmochan Kund, the Kapal Mochan Kund and the Surya Kund. Tourists can also offer prayers at a Hindu temple and a gurudwara of Dasam Padshahi that are located in the vicinity of the town.

Kapal Mochan

Buria: A neighbour of Town Jagadhri

Buria Chownk

Buria is a small town and municipal committee situated on the banks of the Western Yamuna Canal approximately 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) from the city of Jagadhri. The presence of Birbal Dwar (Birbal Gate) in the village indicates that the town was once governed by Birbal, court advisor to the Mughal emperor Akbar. Other attractions include The Pataleshwar Mahadev Shiv Mandir, The Sanatan Dharam Hanuman Mandir (both Hindu temples) and a Gurudwara (Sikh temple) in remembrance of the ninth Sikh Guru Tegh Bahadur. The town was part of a princely state before Indian independence and was ruled by Ratan Amol Singh, whose family still reside in the town.