The fifth biggest city in Punjab, Patiala is renowned for its legendary turban, paranda (tassled tag for braids) and jutti (footwear). Built nearby a castle recognized as the Qila Mubarak. Qila Mubarak that stands on a 10-acre ground in the heart of the city, contains the main palace, the guesthouse and the durbar hall. The castle itself is a great example of Mughal and Rajasthani styles of architecture and each of its 10 courtyards are unique in size and character. The principal residence of the Patiala royals before the construction of the Old Moti Bagh Palace, the bazaar borders the streets that run around the Qila and stalls selling ornaments, juttis and parandas can be found. The Sheesh Mahal is another tourist attraction in Patiala. Literally meaning the palace of mirrors, it is a small part of the Old Moti Bagh Palace that was built in the 19th century by the Maharajas. The Gurdwara Dukh Niwaran Sahib, the Gurdwara Moti Bagh Sahib, the Bahadurgarh Fort and the Baradari Gardens are among the other attractions of the city. The Lakshman Jhula, a bridge that runs across the lake is the highlight of the Mahal. The Mahal also has a museum housing the largest collection of medals that were collected by Maharaja Bhupinder Singh, the ruling King of the princely state of Patiala from 1900-1938. There are several luxury and budget hotels in Patiala. Patiala also has several guest houses available for tourists. You can reserve your stay in the hotels in Patiala with EasyMyJourney now and enjoy your holiday.

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