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A museum which took 13 years to get made and has information worth of 500 years. From the birth of Sikhism to other significant events marked in the history of Punjab, this museum has it all. It is open to the public and one of the most intriguing places in the state which will clear your thoughts about Punjab and let you know more about it.

Top attractions around Virasat-E-Khalsa

Gurudwara Kila Anandgarh Sahib. The Gurudwara Qila Anandgarh Sahib is located at a height of around 800 metres in the south-east direction of Takht Sri Kesgarh Sahib. It is fundamentally from the five Quilas which were built by Guru Gobind Singh and it was particularly for the protection of the Sikhs and the other residents fundamentally from the Mughals.

Sri Naina Devi Ji. It is one of the most amazing places to visit, especially with your family. This place has got a very significant spiritual vibe. On a yearly basis, you can see a considerable amount of people visiting this place. And owing to which it must also be on your travel list.

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Maple Jungle Camp. The Maple Jungle Camp is quite an interesting place to visit, explore and discover. This place is out and out amazing as the students learn many new things about life. They learn to live away from the family and as the new life lessons come their way - they tend to grow and enjoy the whole process together.    

Things to do in & Around Virasat-E-Khalsa

Jageshwar Mahadev Temple. This temple was built by Jai Dayal Sharma and if the legend is to be believed then this temple belongs to ancient times which is possibly from the 10th and 11th centuries. The glimpses of the older temple can be seen by the 10th or 11th century. And other than that the devotees also throng the temple especially during the months of July and August.

Gurudwara Peer Baba Budhan Shah Ji. This shrine belongs to the Peer Budhan Ali Shah who was born as an Arab named Shams-ud-din. And there are many myths as well as legends which have been written about this place.

Best time to visit Virasat-E-Khalsa

The visiting hours are from 10 am to 6 pm. And every Monday the museum is closed. However, apart from that anytime of the year is suitable to visit Virasat-E-Khalsa.

How to Reach Virasat-E-Khalsa?

By Air. Travelling via air would be a good decision for you. The nearest airport from Virasat-E-Khalsa is Chandigarh airport. From there you will have to catch a taxi or some other means of transportation.

By Road. The road network is quite good. The lush green fields and the plain-sailing roads are the kind of scenes which everyone would want to experience.

By Train. Punjab is well connected via train routes. The nearest train station to Virasat e Khalsa is Anand Sahib. From there, you would have to take a taxi or some means of transportation to reach your destination.

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