Kurukshetra in ancient times, was situated between the two sacred rivers, Saraswati on the North and Drishadvati on the South. Its location then was not confined to the modern Kurukshetra as it exists today and it encompassed a wider area comprising 48 Kosas or 92 miles on a circuit covering the five Districts of the State of Haryana Kurukshetra, Karnal, Kaithal, Panipat and Jind. History remembers Mahabharata not for its battle alone but for the song celestial “Bhagwad Gita” which is believed to have been delivered by Lord Krishna himself to Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra. In ancient times, the glory of Kurukshetra had spread far and wide. A 5th century AD inscription found at Laos, begins with an invocation of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva and mentions the greatness of place called Kurukshetra. The King of Laos, Devanika-wanted to build a city called “New Kurukshetra”.