Kshetra in Hinduism is a holy place. Every Kshetra is associated with a Sthala Purana or story related to the holy place. In common parlance, Kshetra may denote a place where there is a temple or where there is held to have been a person or event of sacred, religious or dharmic importance. Typically the Kshetras are located on the banks of a holy river or ocean. All Hindus are expected to undertake a piligrimage visiting the holy places at least once in their lifetime. Kṣhetra (क्षेत्र, “holy city”):—A Kṣhetra is a sacred ground where Mokṣha can be obtained. There are a number of Kshetras one can visit across India.