Places around Bathinda with architecture

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1/3 Places to Visit in Bathinda with architecture

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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2/3 Places to Visit in Bathinda with architecture

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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3/3 Places to Visit in Bathinda with architecture

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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