The Rose Garden of Chandigarh, also known as the Dr. Zakir Rose Garden, was established in 1967. It is counted amongst Asia’s largest rose gardens. The garden was set up with the help of the late Dr. M. S. Randhawa, the first Chief Commissioner of Chandigarh.
The Punjab Cricket Association Stadium is located at Ajitgarh, just outside the city of Chandigarh. It is popularly referred to as the Mohali Stadium. The stadium is home to the Punjab team.
The Rock Garden is located in Sector 1, between the Capitol Complex and Sukhna Lake. It was founded by Nek Chand, a former Road Inspector in the Engineering Department of Chandigarh Capital Project. The Rock Garden is an open air exhibition, sprawling over several acres.
Sukhna Lake is an artificial lake near the base of the Shivalik Range. This 3 km long lake was created in 1958 by blocking rain water through the Sukhna Choe. One can enjoy various activities here, like boating, yachting and skiing.
Mansa Devi Temple
Mansa Devi Temple is one of the Seedh Peeths situated in the Mohali District. According to Hindu mythology, Devi Sati’s head fell here. There are primarily two temples among which, the one located near the parking lot is the main temple and was established in 1815. The other temple was recently built by the Maharaja of Patiala.
Chhatbir Zoo, also known as the Mahendra Chaudhary Zoological Park, is situated on the Chandigarh Patiala Road. The zoo covers an area of around 202 acres. The major attraction of this zoo is the Royal Bengal Tiger. The animals roam freely inside the zoo and visitors are given a tour in a caged vehicle. The zoo is home to around 950 species of animals and 85 types of resident as well as migratory birds.
Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary
Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary is a beautiful place situated north-east of the Sukhna Lake in Chandigarh. This sanctuary covers an area of around 2600 hectares and forms a part of the Sukhna Lake Catchment.
Thunder Zone Amusement & Water Park
Thunder Zone Amusement & Water Park in Mohali.
Banda Singh Bahadur
Banda Singh Bahadur (born Lachman Dev, also known as Banda Bairagi, Banda Bahudar, Lachman Das and Madho Das) (27 October 1670, Rājaurī–9 June 1716, Delhi) was a Sikh military commander.