Dera Sacha Sauda
Dera Sacha Sauda is situated on Shahpur Begu Road and was believed to have been established by a saint named Shah Mastana in the year 1948. The Dera is based inside the premises of a large building and possesses 600 rooms, a gigantic ground and a hall. 'Langar' or a free kitchen is also arranged at times inside Dera Sacha Sauda.
Radha Swami Satsang Ghar
At village Sikanderpur, which is located at a distance of nearly 5 km from the eastern part of Sirsa, there exists a vast Satsang Ghar known as Radha Swami Satsang Ghar. It is conducted during March to April every year.
Ram Dev Temple
This temple is dedicated to Ram Dev, a saint belonging to the western Indian state of Rajasthan. It is located in Sirsa Tehsil, in Kagdana and is one of the largest temples of the saint Ram Dev. A grand fair is conducted during the month of March every year.
Dera Jiwan Nagar
Dera Jiwan Nagar is situated at a distance of about 30 km from the western portion of Sirsa and is revered by the Namdhari sect. Initially, Dera Jiwan Nagar was referred by this name to honour Jeewan Kaur, the mother of a Namdhari saint known as Partap Singh.
Hanuman Temple is located about 2 km from the western part of the city, particularly in Ram Nagria.
Gurudwara Guru Gobind Singh
Based in Chormar Khera village in Tehsil Dabwali, which is located on Delhi -Fazklika National Highway at a distance of nearly 36 km from Sirsa, this Gurudwara is dedicated to Guru Gobind Singh. He is said to have resided at this place for a night. The total area occupied by Gurudwara Guru Gobind Singh measures about 8 acres. The tank present here boasts of separate enclosure for women. A library and museum are also existent in the premises of this Gurudwara.
Dera Baba Sarsai Nath
Dera Baba Sarsai Nath is situated outside Hisar Gate and the construction of this ancient temple is believed to have been accomplished during the 13th century. Sarsai Nath, who was a saint of Nath sect is said to have built this temple. This saint had meditated at this place.
Saint Baba Bihari Samadhi
This Samadhi is present in the western portion of Sirsa, surrounded by a marvellous garden and a temple. A 'Bhandra' is celebrated on 1st January every year, in the premises of the temple which is close to the Samadhi.
Dera Sufi Saint Baba Bhuman
Mangala, Mallewala and Sangar Saritha are some of the villages which consist of the Deras of renowned Sufi saint Baba Bhuman Shah. These Deras belong particularly to Kamboj. During 'Sankranti', a fair is conducted every year at these deras.
Tomb of Khawaja Pir
The Tomb of Khawaja Pir was built to commemorate Khawaja Abdul Shankar during the 13th century. Khawaja Pir was amongst the people who had accompanied Muhammad Ghori to the country of India and had decided to continue to dwell here. In 16th century, a mosque was erected near the Tomb. Presently, however, one will not find any remnants of the Tomb or mosque. According to a legend, Guru Nanak is believed to have resided here for a period of 40 days at the Tomb. He was accompanied by Madana and Bala, who were his disciples.
Jama Masjid was built by Sheikh Yasaf of Hisar, during the regime of the Mughal emperor, Babar, as revealed by the inscriptions on the walls of the Jama Masjid. There are two minarets on this mosque which overlooks the town.