Bathinda is an ancient city that lies in the Indian state of Punjab. The soil of this city has witnessed the different reign as well as battles that were fought here. This city was established by Bhatti kings. After their rule, the first-ever queen of Bathinda, Razia Sultan, took over the thrown. She built a fort called Qila Mubarak that stands as an eminent landmark of this city.
The city of Bhatinda is elevated 660 feet above the sea level. It is the part of the Indo-Gangetic alluvial plains that define its land apt for growing rabi & kharif crops. This city spans a vast area and is surrounded by Moga in North, Sirsa in South, Muktsar in West, and Barnala in East. Having a moderate climate, Bathinda face summers with a median temperature of 38°C and winters with as low as 10°C. The average rainfall received by this city is 2800 mm.
Bathinda offers a bouquet of attractions to its visitors. The must-see destinations include names like Qila Mubarak, City Center Mall, Mittal Mall, and Peninsula Mall. Don't miss eating the delicious langar in the local Gurudwara.