Sangrur, the splended capital of the erstwhile Jind State is situated at a distance of nearly 80 Kms. from Patiala.
It is completely built in marble. The structure is fully decorated with profusely carved marble slabs in the form of ‘jalis’ (perforated screens). Its reflections in the surrounding water on moonlit nights present a splended view.
The beautiful Banasar garden has a mini and is now open to public. Diwan khanna where Rulers of Jind used to hold their darbars now houses a small museum which displays weapons and other articles used in princely times.
Malerkotla is an ex-Afghan State of Punjab. The city is famous in India for handiwork: badges, insignia, beautiful hand embroidered jutties (Indian shoes). It is also known for treatment of bones in Indian style.
Situated on a plot of about 5 acres on the outskirts of the town, this beautiful ldgah reflects a unique combination of architecture of different styles.