The city is home to a Hindu shrine known as Mazaar of Pir Haji Rattan. The temple was built by Baba Haji Ratan in honor of the goddess Durga.
The elder Sahibzade was martyred, and Guru Gobind Singh ji was able to cross the river Lakhi Jungle, Dingarh, Pakka Pathrala, and Damdama Sahib.
In ancient times, Bhatinda was called Bikramgarh or Batrind. In the 6th century, it was ruled by Bhati Rajput kings.
The first fort in Bhatinda was constructed by Raja Dab in the Kushana period (90-110 AD), as an effective defense strategy against the Huns.
The Bathinda Fort, also known as Quila Mubarak, is a centuries-old fort that has survived countless wars and invasions.
The Rose Garden at the University of British Columbia also features beautiful ocean views. The rose garden at the Rosarium Uetersen, established in 1929
e area’s history dates back to Guru Gobind Singh’s time. It is the site where he arranged the Sikh sacred scriptures.
Nearby attractions include Lakhi Gurudwara, which is located in the jungle. The zoological garden is just six kilometers from the city centre.