Bathinda

Bathinda is one of the oldest cities in Punjab State of India and in Punjabi it is called as Tabar-e-Hind which literally means Gateway of India. It is currently the fifth largest city in Punjab and it has nick name of ‘City of Lakes' since it has many artificial lakes constructed across the City.

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Bathinda Fort
Within Bathinda city limits

Bathinda Fort - locally called as Quila Mubarak - is located just 1. 2 kilometers far from the main city center Bathinda of Punjab State in India and it takes around 5 minutes by vehicle and only 12 minutes by walk to reach the astonishing Fort of Bathinda City.

This Bathinda Fort was described as the Fort having about 36 bastions and it lengths a height of about 118 feet which was mentioned by the Imperial Gazetteer. It denotes the greatest ever constructed landmark for many miles around it. Currently, it is undergoing some remodifications and repairings under the authority of Archa...

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Bathinda Lake
Within Bathinda city limits
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Bathinda Lake is a tourist attraction in the city of Bathinda, Punjab. The place is situated about 5 km from the Bathinda Junction railway station at the centre of the city.

Bathinda is home to a number of artificial lakes, owing to which the place is also known as the 'City of Lakes'. One famous lake out of these is the Bathinda Lake. It is actually split into smaller parts named Lake 1, Lake 2 and Lake 3. The water belongs to a thermal plant in the vicinity which uses the lake to store its coolant water.

The space is now a popular spot to hang out for both local resid...

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Bathinda Zoological Park
Within Bathinda city limits
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Bathinda Zoological Park, commonly known among the locals as the Bir Talab Zoo is one of the most visited places in the city of Bathinda. This zoo houses a wide variety of animals and birds and reptiles and is a treat to the lovers of wildlife. It is one of the largest zoos in the whole of Punjab state. Established in 1982, Bir Talab Zoo has gained a great reputation among travelers and hence thousands of visitors flow to this place every year. It is just 5 kilometers away from the Bathinda City Center.

Bir Talab Zoo is spread over an impressive area of 161 acres and has been ever ...

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Bhagwati Mandir, Bathinda
30 kms from Bathinda city limits
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Bhagwati Mandir is one of the most historical religious sites in Bathinda, Punjab. This temple is situated at Maiser Khana. It is located on Bathinda-Mansa road, which is 30 kms away from the city of Bathinda.

Bhagwati Mandir is dedicated to Goddess Bhagwati, a diety of Jawala Mukhi Temple that is 10 kms away from the town Maur Mandi. It is believed that Mata Bhagwati had blessed two devotees with her appearance, namely Kalu Bhagat and Kamalu Bhagat who were on their way to Jwala Ji temple. The diety blessed them and their village, Maiser Khana. Now, many devotees come to this t...

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Chetak Park is a prominent public park located in the city of Bathinda, Punjab. Chetak Park is located around 11. 3 kms far from the main city center of Bathinda in Punjab and it takes around 20 minutes to reach the wonderful park.

Chetak Park is a calm and quite located on the outskirts of the city Bathinda and this is why many travelers and locals chose this Chetak Park to relax and relieve from stress. This Chetak Park is maintained by the Army because of which this park is maintained well with good cleanliness and calmness. It is located inside the Army Cantonment and it is on th...

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Dhobi Market situated in the city of Bathinda in Punjab is the most famous market in the place. This historical marketplace is one of the most tourist-favorite destinations in the state. It is 1 kilometer away from the city center of Bathinda.

The Dhobi Market is near the well-known mall road of Bathinda and is the place where literally everything in the world is sold and bought. It is a street with infinite narrow alleyways on both sides which lead to different sections of shops and vendors. All requirements of the shoppers can be met in this place where wide arrays of products ar...

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Gurudwara Haji Rattan is one of the most visited Gurudwara of Bathinda. It is located in Hazi Rattan Nagar, Old city of Bathinda, Punjab. It is situated near Sabzi Mandi of Bathinda. The nearest bus stand to this religious site is Bathinda bus stand, which is 1. 5 kms. It lies within the city limits and 2 km from the city centre.

Hazi Rattan is kind of unusual name for a Sikh religious place. It is named after Haji Rattan but built after Guru Gobind Singh who stayed here for a night on his way to Talwandi Sabo. One of the most religious place for Sikhs, Takhat Damdama Sahib at T...

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Lakhi Jungle
15 kms from Bathinda city limits
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Lakhi Jungle is a small forest which houses a historical Gurudwara in its depths and is one of the most visited places in Bathinda. This Gurudwara has interesting tales from history to tell. It is situated 15 kms away from the city center of Bathinda in the way to the city of Muktsar.

This small jungle situated in the outskirts of the town away from the hustle and bustle of the crowd is a peaceful space which explains it being the destination for a well known Gurudwara. This jungle has its own historical importance. It was used by the Sikh rebels in the seventeenth century as a hid...

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Maiser Khana Temple, Bathinda
29 kms from Bathinda city limits

Maiser Khana Temple is a place of worship built to honour goddesses Jwali Ji and Durga. It is situated 29 kms from the city of Bathinda at Bathinda-Mansa road.

Maiser Khana temple was built in the year 1951 by leaders like Mahavir Dal, Radhesham Budhlada Jagannath of Maur Mandi and Hansraj Aggarwal. Every year, two grand melas was organised by the commitee of the temple. It is believed that once a person called Kamala who could complete his pilgrimage to Jwala ji. He started a penance that would last a liftime in order to get darshan of the diety. So, Goddess Durga, pleased wi...

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Rose Garden Bathinda
Within Bathinda city limits
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Rose Garden is a park and picnic spot in the city of Bathinda, Punjab. The place is located at a distance of less than 3km from the Bathinda Junction railway station.

Rose Garden in Bathinda is a large garden which boasts of a wide variety of roses in several different colours, along with a lot of other plants and trees. The place is located close to the Bathinda thermal plant, and is spread over an area of 10 acres. The garden is a great spot for both locals and visitors for taking morning walks and exercises, organising picnics or spend day-long excursions with friends. The Rose ...

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Takhts are the Seat of Temporal Authority of Sikhism and there are only 5 Takhts constructed in all over India. There is a famous Takht called Takt Sri Damdama Sahib located in Bathinda city of Punjab State in India. Takt Sri Damdama Sahib in Punjab is located just only 29 kms far from the main city Bathinda and it takes around 35 minutes to reach the holy Takt by catching any private vehicles or using Public Transport.

Takt Sri Darbar Sahib Damdama Sahib is one of the five Takhts constructed across the country. Takhts are described as the Holy Seat of Temporal Authority of Sikhism a...

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