Founded by Sultan Feroze Shah Tughlaq, Ferozepur is a township in Punjab. Known by the name 'Land of Martyrs', Ferozepur is the border town that is located close to Indo-Pak border. It is famous for housing the war memorials and other grandeurs. It is frequented by the tourist on a large scale.
Entrenched on the banks of River Sutlej, Ferozepur is elevated at a height of 597 feet above sea level cascades in an area of 5,305 sq. km. A major part of the land of Ferozepur is plain. The climate of this place is described as moderately dry. The summers are searing and winters are chilling. The average mercury level during summers touches 36°C - 38°C and varies between 0°C - 10°C in winters respectively. The annual rainfall received by Ferozepur is 500 mm.
As described earlier that Ferozepur houses many grandeurs, one can visit numerous places to admire the architectural marvels. The momentous places in Ferozepur are National Martyr Memorial, Jamni Sahib Gurudwara, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Hide-out Building etc. Apart from these places, there are the Gurudwaras and the happening markets that are visited by the people.