Kali Mata Temple
Shri Kali Mata Temple is situated opposite Baradari garden on the Mall Road of Patiala City (Punjab). This Temple was built by the Sikh ruler of the Patiala State Maharaja Bhupinder Singh who financed the building in his capital of the Mata Kali Devi Temple and oversaw the installation there, in 1936.
Bir Moti Bagh Wildlife Sanctuary
The wildlife sanctuary of Bir Moti Bagh is located in the southern parts of Patiala in Punjab. This place is a significant destination of tourists attracting a large number of people across different corners of India.
The importance Baradari garden can be ascertained from its name. This name was formed with two words of Punjabi Bara and Dar. Bara stands for twelve and dar stands for doors.
Qila Bahadurgarh is located on the Patiala-Chandigarh Road on the outskirts of the city. Constructed by Nawab Saif Khan in 1658 AD and later renovated by Maharaja Karam Singh of the Patiala Royal family in 1837, Qila Bahadurgarh was considered impregnable due to its unique architecture.
Moti Bagh Palace
Moti Bagh Palace is a palace in Patiala, and was built as one of the largest residences in the world and served as principal residence for Patiala royal family till late 40′ when it shifted to New Motibagh Palace which acts as permanent residence to Maharaja of Patiala and his family.
Qila Mubarak located at Patiala is a rare and outstanding example of Sikh Palace architecture in India.
Known as the `City of Gardens and Palaces’, Patiala doesn’t quite make it to the top of Punjab’s high-profile tourist destinations, but it’s worth a visit nevertheless – if only to have a look at the sumptuous Sheesh Mahal in the Qila Mubarak.
Darbar Hall & Museum
Darbar Hall & Museum in Patiala.
Ijlas-e Khas in Patiala.
Lachman Jhoola is a beautiful suspension bridge built across a small artificial lake in Patiala. It is a replica of the famous Lakshman Jhoola at Rishikesh.
Jalau Khana and Sard Khana
Jalau Khana and Sard Khana are two palaces at the end of Quila Mubarak Complex in Patiala. Jalau Khana (Exhibition Palace) is a two storey building meant for exhibiting badges and other artifacts of the Royal family of Patiala. Sard Khana used to be the summer residence of Patiala rulers and later of the British Administrators.
Rajinder Kothi, situated in the heart of the Baradari Gardens, is the late 19th-century palace built in the colonial style by Maharaja Rajinder Singh