Scenic, Historical


250 m

STD Code


Best Season

Oct - Feb




English, Punjabi and Hindi


Patiala Travel Guide

The southeastern city of Punjab, Patiala, previously known as 'Ala De Patti' because Baba Ala Singh was the founder of this place. In 1763 Baba Ala Singh established the framework of "Quila Mubarak, and the city is built around it. Patiala, a past royal state and a region base camp of Punjab, are arranged in the Malwa locale of Punjab. Patiala is moderately a youthful city; it was His Highness "Maharaja Bhupindra" Singh (1900-1930) who had given Patiala a noticeable spot in the political guide of India and the field of international sports- built a large portion of the structures with excellent compositional plans during his reign.

Punjab is a state brimming with life, shading and vibrance, as is Patiala. This place is well known for its traditional style Patiala Shahi turban, the Paranda, the Patiala Salwar, the Punjabi Jutti, and the top choice of all, the Patiala Peg. Spending your energy in this dynamic city is something you could never lament. Here are a couple of incredible things that you can cover in your excursion to Patiala.

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Best Tourists Places In Patiala

  • Qila Mubarak Complex
  • Kali Temple
  • Sheesh Mahal
  • Motibagh Palace
  • Baradari Garden

Qila Mubarak Complex

The Qila Mubarak complex is a defence castle built in Sikh Palace architectural style-a derivative of Mughal and Rajput style of architecture in India; built the complex under the reign of Maharaja Ala Singh in 1764. The complex is isolated into different segments, portraying life at the time of its use by the lords.

Kali Temple

This sanctuary was built by Sikh Maharaja Bhupinder Singh and traces back to 1936. It is one of the famous spots to visit in Patiala. The shelter is devoted to Goddess Durga. It has a six-foot-tall beautiful idol of Kali Devi. The refuge, made altogether in white marble, is a show-stopper, an architectural wonder most definitely.

Sheesh Mahal

The Palace of Mirrors, Sheesh Mahal, was built as a piece of the Old Moti Bagh Palace in the nineteenth century. There are a lot of frescoes, generally made under the reign of Maharaja Narinder Singh. The royal residence is genuinely excellent and comprises canvases and fine art that portray the vision of Sudras, Keshavs and more. There is a lake in front of this royal residence alongside a scaffold called Lakshman Jhula, which adds to its excellence. There is a museum alongside this royal residence with the most significant assortment of medals from the world.

Motibagh Palace

Maharaja Bhupinder Singh built this castle at the start of the twentieth century. The construction incorporates Rajasthani style Jharokhas and chhatris that will intrigue you. It is a delightful castle and encircled by a lavish green nursery. Presently the old castle is home to the National Institute of Sports of Patiala; it is home to 15 feasting lobbies. Recently, a piece of the royal residence has been changed over into a museum and the remaining into the National Institute of Sports.

Baradari Garden

The name of this garden has a meaning that looks like its structure. The name is framed with bara, which implies 12 and dar means entryways; thus, there are twelve passageway doors in the garden. Built by Rajinder Singh in 1876, the nursery is loaded up with lavish vegetation and is home to rare species of trees and blossoms; this was created as a regal home with a cricket arena, a skating rink and Rajinder Kothi, a little castle and now transformed into a heritage hotel.