Shrine is positioned far from the Thanesar town yet very close to Thaneswar mahadev temple Lord Shiv temple said to be established by Pandavas after the war of Kurukshetra. It is also considered as the 25th Shakti peeth amongst 52. The best time to visit is basically from October to March but is opened all through the year.
Kurukshetra is at a distance of approximately 6 km from Pipli that is the main road, an important street junction on the National Highway No.1 prominently called the Grand Trunk Road (GT Road). There are two bus stands, one in Kurukshetra and the other is at Pipli. Buses of Haryana Roadways and other State Roadways carry out through Kurukshetra. There is a great and clear road network in the state that unites all the spots in Haryana to one another and also from the spots outside the state limit like Delhi, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. There are standard transport benefits between these spots.
The Airports near Kurukshetra are at Delhi which is near about 160 km and Chandigarh, which are generally joined by road and rail. Taxi service is also additionally accessible.
Kurukshetra Railway Station, in addition it is casually referred as Kurukshetra Junction which is spotted on fundamental Delhi-Ambala Railway line. Road Distance or driving distance from Kurukshetra Railway Station to Bhadrakali Temple is roughly 1150 kms.
Kurukshetra is about
160 km from Delhi
40 km from Karnal
42 km from Ambala
It is generally joined with exceptionally important towns and urban communities of the country. The Shatabadi Express halts here. Shatabadi Express is available all the time and it travels from North to south of the country.