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Top Attractions


Panipat Museum:  

The Panipat Museum is the most popular attraction of Panipat city. Located in the heart of the city at a distance of 5 km from the Canal Rest House, the Panipat museum is a historian's delight sharing and imparting information about the three legendary battles of Panipat held in 1526, 1556 and 1761. Apart for holding archaeologically important references and old artifacts, the Panipat Museum also has a collection of old ceramics collected from various parts of Haryana. The museum charges a nominal entrance fee of Rs 10 per person and is open for viewing from 10 in the morning to 5 in the evening.


Shree Ram Sharnam:  

The international spiritual center of Shree Ram Sharnam is located in the Panipat city where Daily and Weekly Satsang Programs attract a large number of devotees and followers. On the 13th of every month and on Full moon night, a non-stop chanting of holy mantras are performed in the Shree Ram Sharnam center in the memory of old great saints.


Kala Amb:

The Kala Amb is a popular sightseeing spot of Panipat situated at a distance of 8 km from the city center. Kala Amb is a memoir dedicated to the Maratha soldiers, who sacrificed their life in the third battle of Panipat. Once a black mango tree known as ‘Kala Amb’ in local language stood at the location and hence the name Kala Amb. The tree has long vanished but the memory of the brave Maratha soldiers attracts people to offer their prayers while witnessing the history of the long gone era. A pillar has been built by the local administration with an iron rod as mark of respect to the brave soldiers who sacrificed their lives for the country.


Tomb of Bu Ali Shah Qalandar:

The Tomb of Bu-Ali Shah is a popular tourist attraction built the memorial of Bu-Ali Shah Qalandar, a 13th century Sufi Saint. A number of visitors stopover at the Tomb every Thursday to offer prayers as a mark of respect for the saint cutting across any divisions of caste and creed. The tomb is an old building and is known for number of houseflies in the complex.


Kabuli Bagh:

The magnificent Kabuli Bagh gardens are located at a distance of 2 Kms from Panipat city center. The most important attraction in the Kabuli Bagh is the Kabuli Shah Mosque, built by Emperor Babur during the Mughal Empire. A large number of tourists visit the historical attraction to view the ancient architectural style and beauty. More than a religious shrine the place is better known as a historical monument with lush green parks perfect for a family outing and picnic.


Tomb of Ibrahim Lodhi:  

The Grave of Ibrahim Lodhi is a historic tourist attraction. Located in the heart of Panipat city, the grave of Ibrahim Lodhi is the burial place of the Delhi Sultan Ibrahim Lodhi. The structure of the grave is very simple and rectangular in shape. The grave is, one placed on a high platform. The tomb has been renovated by the British Government, in 1866.


Salar Gunj Gate:   

The Salar Gunj Gate is another place of archaeological importance in Panipat. This gate is situated in the centre of Panipat and is associated with Nawab Salar Juge. The gate has a huge architectural importance and is maintained by the archeological survey of India. The Salar Gunj Gate is a tourist’s delight offering photography opportunities along with shopping escapades in the market situated next to the gate.


Devi Temple:

The Devi temple of Panipat is a popular shrine devoted to the local goddess of Panipat. The temple attracts pilgrims and historians and the unique architecture and ancient sculptures of the temple make it one of the most beautiful places of worship in Panipat.


Hemu’s Samadhi:

Hemu’s Samadhi is the final resting place of ancient king Samrat Hemu Chandra Vikramaditya. The samadhi of the brave king today lies unprotected and the structure lies in taters due to poor maintenance.