Believed to be the permanent abode of Lord Vishnu, Sannihit Sarovar is situated at a distance of 3 km from Kurukshetra on Pehowa Road. It is believed that the entire range of ‘Tirthas’ assembles here on the day of ‘amavasya’ and as per legend, if a man performs ‘shradh’ at the time of a solar eclipse and takes a bath in this tank, he acquires the fruit of 1000 ‘Ashwamedh’ sacrifices. During a solar eclipse, pilgrims gather at this holy spot. Interestingly, visitors to this place can learn about their ancestors from the ‘Purohits’, locally known as Pandas, who for ages have been the record keepers of pilgrims coming from various parts of the country. It is also believed that many Sikh Gurus too visited this holy place from time to time.