Bathinda also known as Tabar-e-Hind or
Tabarhind meaning the gateway to India is a
city Municipal Corporation in Southern Part of
It is one of the oldest and fifth largest city
of Punjab. Bathinda nicknamed as the city of
lakes courtesy of the artificial lakes in the city,
The First empress of India, Razia Sultana was
imprisoned in the 21 mubarak fort in Bathinda.
The Gurudwara of Mazaar of Hazi Rattan is a
popular tourist Centre of Bathinda
Bathinda is a home of Central University
of Punjab, MRSPTU and AIIMS.
Bathinda has two modern Thermal
Power plants, Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant &
Guru Hargobind Thermal Plant at Lehra
The city has a fertilizer plant, a large oil
refinery bathinda also has two cement plants,
Ambuja Cement & Ultratech cement limited. A
Zoo and Historic Qila Mubarak a fort is also the
attraction. Bathinda is one of the largest food
grain & cotton markets in Northern India. It is
one of the leading cities in education in
Rose Garden: A Popular tourist weekend
destination at Bathinda stretched over an area
of 40000 sq. meters, This Garden blooms in all
colours of Roses during winter. Appu garden is
kids attraction and fountain makes garden
Chetak Park: Picnic spot which has a
garden and lake. This park also offers boating,
horse riding facilities.
Chill-O-Thrill Water Park: This water
park is located in Bhucho Khurd, Near Adesh
University. This is the nice place for fun with
family and is top tourist attraction because of
thrilling water rides & water sports during hot
Qila Mubarak: A historical monument in
the heart of Bathinda. It is recognized as
monument of National importance &
maintained by archaeological survey of India.
Gurudwara Sri Hazi Ratan Sahib: At this
place Faquir Hazzi Ratan used to meditate. The
first Sikh Guru Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji visited
this place during his first udasi (Preaching
tour). Sri Hargobind Sahib Ji & Shri Guru
Gobind Singh Ji visited Bathinda.
Takht Sri Damdama Sahib: This is one of
the Takhat amongst five. A religious & peaceful
place for worship. 300 Years old historical
Gurudwara. The Baisakhi festival is hugely
celebrated at Damdama Sahib & Sikh Pilgrims
from various parts of the world gather here to
pay homage to Guru Gobind Singh Ji.
Bir Talab Zoo: Zoo which is spread in 5km
area. Where you can see some birds species &
some animals like Lion, Dear & Barahsingha.
Temple Maisar Khana: Maisar Khana is a
Temple to honour the Goddesses Durga &
Jawala Ji, Each year two grand Melas (Fairs) are
held here on Ashtmi.