Patiala is a city in southeastern Punjab, northwestern India. It is the fourth largest city in the state and is the administrative capital of Patiala district. Patiala is located around the Qila Mubarak (the Fortunate Castle). It was constructed by chieftain 'Baba Ala Singh', who founded the royal dynasty of the Patiala State in 1763.
Restaurants in Patiala
5 based on 94 reviews
I went to Gurdwara Dukh Nivaran Sahib. The visit to Gurudwara Dukh Nivaran Sahib will give you a greater insight into the various cultures and traditions of Patiala . If you are planning a vacation in Patiala, then you must go visit Gurudwara Dukh Nivaran Sahib. It is great place to go.
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Thaper university is now looking amazing,top study place in my punjab. Its so papular in my punjab also.yaha per toppers merit good got % students ko admission milti hai, job placement in good companies through thapar,fees is high but professional expert teachers professors are available in this university .this is very big inside
4 based on 46 reviews
I was going many times. Its is nice and beautiful place . In the mall all types brand all available and SRS cinema available games all services items be available.it is awesome. loved it..
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Well maintained palace of wrestwhile Maharaja of Patiala, now a National Sports Institute, well known for training people in different types of sports.
I could not visit inside and view the medals, sports goods and other attractions, as it was late.
But when you view from out side, it is a well-maintained architectural marvel.
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4 based on 16 reviews
Located near to the main shopping area of the city.You can feel Royality touch at this palace. You can see good paintings, cars, arms etc. Must see Sheesh Mahal and train used by Maharaja.
4 based on 12 reviews
I was really happy when I first came to know about this place. I planned to visit here with my friend from Jaipur. He was carrying his camera. We faced a bit of difficulty in locating this quila as it's name has been changed to Commando training centre. During our first step inside it's premises, a guard stopped us for identification and asked us few weird questions related to our profession that whether we belong to media or not. We were not able to understand the basic motive of these questions. Finally he allowed us to enter. We were shocked to see the way national heritage has been treated by Punjab government. There were so many areas inside quila which had been used by govt for their own benefit. So many sculptures which were sign of our great history, had been destroyed or not taken care of. I was shocked to see the broken areas all around with major area of these huge quila occupied by training equipment, offices and flats. I wanted to put light upon this issue. So I am planning to file a written complaint also. I request other people also to visit and experience the bitter truth.
4 based on 11 reviews
Overall it was good experience. Visited this place with my nephew. He enjoyed it and collected few feathers of birds. But right on the way to this park, there is beed of monkeys. If you are having any eatables with you, they can attack. So be careful and enjoy. Stay safe from monkeys... And please don't irritate zoo residents.
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