Raj Mahal

‘Raj Mahal’ (royal Palace) was built during the reign of Maharaja Bikrama Singh during 1885-1889 under supervision of the, then Crown Prince (Later Maharaja) Balbir Singh, who incidentally was the first to move in and start living in it. Spread over nearly 15 acres, it presented a magnificent look with French design, dominating grassy lawns a mid semi desert area of the State. Its entrance called “Raj Deori” – itself is a heritage building of a vintage and now houses Balbir Hospital.

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    Raj Mahal

How to Reach :

By Air

The nearest International airport is Shri Guru Ram Dass International Airport Amritsar

By Train

Faridkot has a railway station and is well connected to all major cities. The headquarters of Faridkot district lie on the Firozpur-Bathinda-Delhi railway line. Faridkot can be reached from most cities in the country by trains which regularly ply to and from Faridkot.

By Road

Faridkot is located about 130Kms from capital Amristar with one National Highway .It is surrounded by district -Ferozpur in the west Moga in the east