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1/6 Places to Visit in Patiala with art
Ijlas e Khas
Within Patiala city limits
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The monument Ijlas E Khas in the city of Patiala is a famous place for tourists who admire the architecture and feeling of the place itself. The place is located inside the city and is a very renowned place for admiration of fine Mughal art.

The Ijlas e Khas has a marvellous architecture. It contains various sculptures of royal families of Punjab. The whole structure is enormous. It is a major tourist attraction. The huge building was built in olden times to serve as an administrative secretariat of the princely state. It is a peaceful place meant to be admired as the art of Mug...

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2/6 Places to Visit in Patiala with art
Jalau Khana and Sard Khana, Patiala
Within Patiala city limits
Art

Jalau Khana is a mesmerizing building that is home to some unusual artifacts that are known to be related to the royal family of Patiala. The building complex is located within Patiala city limits. The whole area exudes a positive vibe that will take you back in time. Jalau Khana consists of several galleries that offer significant information about the lifestyle of the kings and queens who lived in Patiala. There is a big central hall which is wonderfully decorated. The Sard Khana is designed in an impressive manner, and it houses a wind tunnel that allows the incoming of cool air to the grou...

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3/6 Places to Visit in Patiala with art

One of the most important and significant place of worship for the Hindus, the Kali Mata Mandir in the city of Patiala, Punjab, is devoted to the Hindu goddess Durga – an incarnation of Kali Mata (Mother Kali). Located on the Mall Road, the magnificent temple lies just in front of the Baradari Garden next to the Rajendra Tank which is around 2 Km from the geographical center of Patiala and can be reached in around 5 mins via the Mall Road. The Kali Mata Mandir in Patiala was built by the late Maharaja Bhupinder Singh, it was established in the year 1936. The Maharaja brought a six-foot idol of...

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4/6 Places to Visit in Patiala with art

Moti Bagh Palace is one of the oldest residential buildings of a grand architectural excellence. The construction of this monument started at the time of Maharaja Narendra Singh in the year of 1847 and a sum of almost 5 lakhs was spent then over its construction. Situated at an approximately 4. 5 Kms from the center of Patiala at Old Moti Bagh, Moti Bagh, the Palace can be mapped in under 12 mins via Stadium Road/Upper Mall Road.

The magnificent structure of the Old Moti Bagh Palace is one of the largest residential buildings in the entire world and was designed on the structural d...

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5/6 Places to Visit in Patiala with art
Sheesh Mahal, Patiala
4.5 kms from Patiala city limits
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The Sheesh Mahal is the famous tourist place in Patiala, located 4. 5 kms from Patiala. Sheesh Mahal, also known as the Palace of Mirrors, offers an unparalleled attraction in Patiala. Maharaja Narinder Singh built this Mahal in 1847. The design and the decoration of the palace was chosen by Maharaja Narinder Singh to a large extent. One section of Sheesh Mahal is decorated with colored glass and mirror work and it is also known as ‘Palace of Mirrors’. It is situated behind the Moti Bagh Palace. It is a triple storey building. There is a bridge across the artificial lake in the centre of the p...

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6/6 Places to Visit in Patiala with art
The Phulkari Emporium, Patiala
Within Patiala city limits
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The Phulkari Emporium in the city of Patiala is an infamous shopping centre, part of a chain of emporia which is present in various major cities of Punjab, Delhi, Chandigarh and Kolkata. This popular place is widely visited by tourists because of the top quality products. People visiting Patiala should visit this shopping centre which is situated inside the city itself.

Phulkari, which literally means flowering is a form of craft represented in clothes and crockery. The Phulkari Emporium sells handicraft items and are top notch handloom retailers. The Phulkari suits are popular ...

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