The Panch Pandav Tree is in Khajjiar and is thought to depict the five Pandava brothers and their wife Draupadi. Himachal Pradesh is a well-liked tourist destination because of its connection to the Mahabharata. It is a deodar tree with a single root, yet its base is divided into six sections. Many people flock to this 'holy' tree to pay their respects. Another deodar tree, known as the Mother of the Panch Pandav Tree, that shares a root with the neighboring tree but has a base divided into 15 pieces is also nearby. Given the peace and quiet of the area and the opportunity to see the nearby peaks, the grounds where the trees are located are great for picnics.
In Khajjiar, trees producing several shoots are not unusual. You will cross a 13-shoot deodar tree on your way from Khajjiar to Dalhousie. The 'Mother Tree' of the entire area is this particular tree. The Panch Pandav Tree is another well-known tree that can be found on Khajjiar's grounds. This tree is close to the Khajjiar School and a small town, as well as a rest house. From the tree, a total of six shoots fan out.