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Spread across an area of 1659 Hectares, Lakshagrah is located at the intersection of Hindon River and Krishna Rivers. The place is around 42 KM from Meerut. It is said that the place was developed in 9th century by the then king Ahirvaran Tomar. Barnava finds a mention in the Varnavarat episode in Mahabharat. In the south of the village, there is a small hill which is almost 100 feet high and is spread in an area of 30 acres. It is believed that these are the remains of the Lakh Mandap. It was in this Lakh Mandap where kauravas futile attempt of murder pandavas was made.

  The shrines or darghahs of Budhin Shah and Makhdum Shah are also on this hill. These were built during the second half of the 17th century. Sanskrit inscription on one of  the darghahs indicate that these  were originally hindu temples.