The Maha Kshetras in Bharat where darshana-pujas become possibe are enumerated as follows: Kurukshetra; Badari; Narayana Kshetra or Badarikashrama; Gaya Kshetra; Purushottama / Jagannattha Kshetra; Varanasi; Varaha Kshetra near Ayodhya; Pushkara; Naimisharanya; Prabhasa Kshetra; Shookara Kshetra; Muktinath; Rishikesha; Dwaraka; Mathura; Kedara; Pampa Kshetra at Hospet; Bindusara or Siddhapur; Trina Brindavana; Dashapur/ Mandasor of Madhya Pradesha of Maha Bharata fame as also of Pashupati natha ; Ganga-Sagara Sangama; Tejovana; Vishakha Surya or Vikshapatnam; Ujjaini; Dandaka (Nasik); Manasaovara; Nanda Kshetra or Nanda Devi Parvata; Sithaasrama or Bithur near Kanpur stated to be the birthplace of Luv and Kusha, sons of Shri Rama; Kokamukha; Mandara ( Bhagalpur); Mahendra or Mandsa near Srikakulam , Andhra Pradesha famed for ancient Vasudeva Temple; Rishabha-son of Naabhi and father of Bharata after whom Bharata Desha is named ; Skanda Purana mentions of the King; Shalagrama Kshetra / Damodara Kund near Girnar, Gujarat famed for Shivaratri festival attracting lakhs of devotees to Junagad; also famed for Swami Narayan Temple; Go nishkramana; Sahyadri Mountain Range / western ghats covering the entire paschima and Dakshina seacoast of Bharata; Pandya or the Kingship of Pandyas who fought Kurukeshtra of Maha Bharata fame closely connected to Madurai; Chitrauta; Gandhamadana orRameshwar; Haridrara; Brindavana; Hastinapura; Lohargula; Devashala; Kumara Kshetra (Tamil nadu and Kerala); Devadaruvana /Assam; Lingasphota related to Sage Patanjali And his School of Yoga Practice; Ayodhya; Kundina; Trikuta; and Mahishmati.
Some other Tirthas: Pancha Kedaras: Kedar nath, Amarnath, Tunganath on way from Kedarnath to Badarinath, Rudranatha from Tunganath and Kapileshwara on crossing Alaknanda there 2km hence. Sapta Badaris: Badari Narayana, Adi Badari in Uragam Village some 2 km hence Kumhara chatti also called Dhanya Badari; Bhavishya Badari,some 7km from Jyoshimutt; Yoga Badari also called Dhyana Badari at Pandukeshwara; another Adi Badari from Kailasa to Thulinga Mutt and Nrisimha Badari at Jyoshi mutt itself. Sapta Naths: Badari natha, Kedarnatha, Amar natha, Ranga natha, Dwaraka natha, Shri Natha, Govarthana nath. Sapta Saraswatis: Suprabha at Pushkar, Kanchanakshi at Naimisha,Manorama in North Koshala, Odhavati at Kurukshetra, Surenu at Haridwar and Vimalodaka on Himalayas; Sapta Ganga: Bhagirathi, Vriddha Ganga, Kalindi, Saraswati, Kaveri, Narmada and Veni. Sapta Punya Nadis: Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari, Saraswati, Kaveri, Narmada, and Sindhu. Sapta Kshetras: Kurukshetra, Harhara Kshetra at Sonpur, Prabhasa Kshetra at Veraval, Renuka Kshetra near Mathura, Bhrigu Kshetra at Broach, Gujarat; Purushottama Kshetra at PuriJagannatha andSookara Kshetra at Sorome.Pancha Sarovara: Bindu Sarovara at Siddhapur, Narayana Sarovara at Kutch, Gujarat, Pampa Sarovara in Karnataka, Pushkara Sarovara in Rajasthan, and Manasa Sarovara in Tibet. Navaaranyas: Dandakaranya, Saindhavaranya, Pushkaraaranya, Naimisharanya, Kururaranya, Utpalaavartakaranya, Jambukaranya, Himavadaranya and Arbudaranya. Chaturdasha Prayagas: Prayagaraj, Deva Prayaga:Alaknanda-Bhagirathi; Rudra Prayaga:Alaknanda-Mandakini; Karna Prayaga:Pindara Ganga-Alalnanda;Nada Prayaga:Alaknanda-Nanda; Vishnu Prayaga:Vishnu Ganga-Alaknanda; Surya Prayaga: Alasatarangi-Mandakini; Indra Prayaga:Bhagirathi-Vyasa Ganga;Somaprayaga:Soma Nadi-Mandakini;Bhaskara Prayaga:Bhatavari-Mallahatti; Hari Prayaga: Hariganga-Bhagirathi; Gupta Prayaga: Nila ganga-Bhagirathi; Syama Prayaga: Shyama Ganga-Bhagirathi; and Keshava Prayaga: Alaknanda-Sarasvati/