Faridkot Short Tour - Punjab Tourism

Faridkot Sightseeing Package


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Faridkot District was part of the then Ferozepur Division but in the year 1996, Faridkot Division has been established with a Divisional headquarter at Faridkot which includes Faridkot, Bathinda and Mansa dis-tricts. It lies in south west of the state and is surrounded by Ferozepur District in the North West, Moga and Ludhiana Districts in the north east and districts of Bathinda and Sangrur in the south.

Start your tour to visit Quilla Mubarak was constructed by Raja Mokalsi and was renovated by Raka-Hamir Singh. The fort has a beautiful garden within the complex. Other buildings present within the com-plex are the ModiKhana, ToshaKhana and Treasury. After this visit you can visit Gurudwara Guru ki Dhab. It is situated on the Kotkapura-Jaito road. The Gurudwara was earlier known as the Doda Tal. It is believed that Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji once visited the Gurudwara. Gurudwara Godari Sahib. The Gurudwara was built in 1982 and later, a SantSarovar was constructed at the site. It is believed that Baba Sheikh Farid left his jacket here. Next you visit in Raj Mahal. It was constructed by Maharaja Bikram-Singh, during his reign that extended between 1885 and 1889. It covers an area of 15 acres and of French style architecture.

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