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Explore the striking palaces and forts of Punjab

What are the Top Places and Forts in Punjab to Explore?

The Indian state Punjab is not just known for the bravery of the rulers and lip-smacking food, but the whole region is famous for natural attractions and fascinating constructions. There are innumerable forts and palaces around the historical state that are excellent buildings.

1. Faridkot Fort

Faridkot fort

The elegant construction of Punjab, which is to be visited during the holiday. This fort is a majestic masterpiece of art and architecture which delights every visitor. The construction style and the safety measures of the fort are not just impressive but are admirable.

2. Anandpur Sahib Fort

Anandpur Sahib Fort

Another military fort of Punjab, which is a huge building located in Ropar.  This exclusive construction is a marvelous fort that served the rulers at the best and the Gurudwara nearby to the fort and a worthy place to visit.

3. Maharaja Ranjit Singh Palace

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Palace

Located in Amritsar this palace is a splendid construction that was built between 1780-1838 AD. Along with the surroundings of the garden the complete place is a great example of the exceptional taste of the rulers. The palace hosts a unique collection of antiques, coins, weapons and many more which are worth seeing.

4. Sheesh Mahal

Sheesh Mahal

The mirror palace was constructed by Maharaja Narinder Singh which stands as an example of the excellence of art and architecture. The whole construction made using mirrors hosts a museum that is loaded with a great collection of the arms, antiques, and things used by the royal family.

5. Gobindgarh Fort

Gobindgarh Fort

A one must visit in the princely state Punjab this fort is an amazing place with great artwork. The military fort was built by Bhangi Misi rulers. Mostly referred to the Gujar Singh Fort this is one must visit a place of the state Punjab.

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6. Phillaur Fort

Phillaur Fort

Served as a guard of the region this fort was known for protection as well as the style of construction. Constructed during the period of British this is a marvelous fort that played a crucial role during the time of independence.

7. Jagatjit Palace

Jagatjit palace

This is a beautiful palace that is known for its exceptional interior and great architecture. The marvelous design and the great paintings make the palace a crucial place of Punjab. A one must visit the fort, which reflects the India and French style of architecture.

8. Bahadurgarh Fort

Bahadurgarh Fort

This is one of the exceptional forts of Punjab and is known for its unique construction style and richness. Started by Nawab Saif Khan this was completed by Maharaja Karam Singh and is the best example of the perfect fort.

9. Qila Mubarak

Qila Mubarak

Located in Patiala of the state this is a fascinating royal residence of Punjab. The complete construction is a living example of the fine work of the craftsmen and reveals the art and architecture of the ancient rulers. Moti Palace, Moon Palace and a few more are worthy parts of the fort.

10. Lodhi Fort

Lodhi Fort

Standing in the city Ludhiana the Lodi Killa was built during the period Lodhi’s. The fort of Muslims was constructed by Sikander and owes a great historical significance. The military fort was nearby to the river Sutlej and a 500year old construction.

The above are a few palaces in the state Punjab which are gateways to explore the heritage and culture of the state and are worth visiting during the holiday.

Shiva Kushwaha

Shiva Kushwaha is a lead blog writer, blogger & content marketer, he publishes and manages the contents on many blogs. Shiva writes about lifestyle, technology, travel, health and more. He has been in the marketing industry for 5 years and with a very valuable experience in this industry, He has marked his footprints as a renowned guest blogger in Delhi.

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