Bathinda: The Gateway To India In Pujab!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Visitors to Bathinda can find both relaxing and soothing places to stay as well as ancient architectural masterpieces spread out across the city.

Qila Mubarak is one of the oldest forts in both Punjab and India as a whole. It has been around in its present form for about 1900 years.

Qila Mubarak

Damdama Sahib Gurdwara has a holy feeling and is in a peaceful area. After seeing the lake, fort, and garden, you should go to a holy or religious place.

Damdama Sahib

During 1930, this amazing fort was the official family home of the royal armed forces of Patiala Estate. It is part of the 22 Villages Group of Royal Patiala Estate.

Bahia Fort

Lakhi Jungle is a must-see place because it is important to religion. This place is very exciting for everyone, and historians in particular love going there.

Lakhi Jungle

The Red Cross Society founded this zoo in 1978, and the Punjab Forest and Wildlife Protection Department took over in 1982.

Bir Talab Zoo

This park covers nearly 40,000 sq. m. It's one of Bathinda's few places to relax in nature with beautiful roses.

Rose Garden

The popular Bathinda Thermal Plant has opened a public lake where people can have a picnic and enjoy a boat ride.

Thermal Plant Lake

If you are travelling with kids, a zoo is a great place to have a picnic. It is 6 km from the city, which makes it a great place to relax after seeing the sights.

Zoological Park

This market is noted for its diverse product offerings. This bazaar's glittering lights create a mystical atmosphere in the evening.

Dhobi Bazaar

This exquisite temple's tale tells of a man named "Kamal" who failed to complete a hazardous pilgrimage to Shri Jawalji's temple and paid a lifelong penance to Goddess Durga.

Maiser Khana Mandir