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Bathinda named after the Bhati Rajput kings, is one of the oldest cities in Punjab, India. Bathinda is nicknamed the city of Lakes and was once known as Tabar-e-Hind(or Tabarhindh), meaning the Gateway to India. The first empress of India, Razia Sultan was imprisoned in the Qila Mubarak fort in Bathinda. Bathinda has been in existence since the ancient period of history. Certain sites explored in Bathinda district link it with the Indus ValleyBathinda civilization or the Harappan culture. In the pre-divided Bathinda district, the sites can be classified as those belonging to the pre-Harappan period, Harappan period and the late Harappan period.
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Qila Mubarak - This is one of the oldest and highest small brick monument. It also contains two gurudwaras as the tenth sikh guru Gobind Singh visited the place.
Bahia Fort - This was built in 1930 in front of the main Fort by S. Balwant Singh Sidhu. It belongs to a group of 22 villages, so called Bahia Sahib. It was as official residence of armed forces of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala State.
Lakhi Jungle - This is situated 15 km away from Bathinda and on the way to Mukatsar. A forest having old Gurudwara enjoyed the touches of Shri Guru Nanak Dev who recited one lakh holy Paths of Shri Japuji Sahib.
Rose Garden - This garden boasts of large number of varieties of Roses. It is very near the city and is visited by large number of people on weekends. The 10-acre (40,000 m2) garden is located close to Thermal Plant.
Zoological garden - It is a plant nursery of the forest department located approximately 10 km away from the Cantonment and is a popular picnic spot. This place is a small zoo in the midst of a small forest.
Chetak Park - A beautiful garden built in Bathinda Cantonment is popular among children's and others. It has a lake and boating facility.
Mazaar of Peer Haji Rattan - It is one of the most revered place of worship in the city. There is something unique about this place. At this place a mosque and a sikh guruadwara share the same wall and a temple is also very close by. It exhibits the religious harmony among the people of this city.
Boating in the Thermal Lake. The boats have been modelled on 'Kashmir-style shikaras'