Ekahaṁsatīrtha (Ekahamsatirtha) is a sacred site of pilgrimage. In Vanaparva of Mahābhārata (Mahabharata), it is said that Maharṣi (Maharshi; Great Sage) Pulastya asked Bhīṣma (Bhishma) to visit this site of pilgrimage.
Scholars have determined that the modern location of Ekahaṁsatīrtha is in the village called Ikkas, five kilometres away from the town of Jind in Hariyana. Some have tried to identify this place with the ancient Jaintapur. Acording to folklores, the Pāṇḍava (Pandava) established a temple of Goddess Jayantī (Jayanti) in this place, and after worshipping the goddess, they went on to fight. It is believed that a locality around the temple was formed later.