Discover Kapurthala:  The Paris Of Punjab!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

The city of Kapurthala is located in the Indian state of Punjab, and it is well-known for the extensive cultural heritage and history that it holds.

It is an ancient palace situated in Kapurthala. Kapurthala Maharaja Jagatjit Singh erected it in the early 20th century. Beautiful architecture distinguishes the palace.

Jagatjit Palace


Gurudwara Ber Sahib and Gurdwara Sukhchainana Sahib are located in this Kapurthala town.

Sultanpur Lodhi Places


is a Sikh gurudwara in Sultanpur Lodhi, Punjab, where Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, received enlightenment.

Gurudwara Ber Sahib


Sultanpur Lodhi's Gurdwara Sukhchainana Sahib is also significant. Beautiful structures and calm settings are linked with Guru Nanak.

Gurdwara Sukhchainana Sahib


The French President's official house and state reception venue. The 18th-century palace has been enlarged and rebuilt multiple times.

Elysée Palace


Panch Mandir is a Hindu temple and a collection of five Jain temples located in the western Indian state of Gujarat in the city of Bhavnagar. It is famous for its unique architecture.

Panch Mandir


It was constructed by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century and is famous for its gorgeous fountains, pavillions, and delicate marble work.

Shalimar Gardens


In the Indian state of Uttarakhand, in the city of Haridwar, there is a Hindu temple. It is devoted to the goddess Mansa Devi and is one of the region's most significant pilgrimage sites.

Mansa Devi Mandir


Kanjli Wetland The wildlife sanctuary of Kapurthala is located in the Kapurthala district of Punjab, India. It is home to numerous species of birds.

Kanjli Wetland 


The famous mosque in Kapurthala, Punjab, India. Its Islamic-European architecture was created by Kapurthala's Maharaja Jagatjit Singh in the early 20th century.

Moorish Mosque