This is as old as the town-self. This place is situated near the Qilla Mubarak. Baba
Farid Ji remained at this place in meditation for 40 days before proceeding to Pakpattan.
Besides place of Tilla Baba Farid Ji. A sacred piece of wood with which Baba ji wiped
his hands littered with mud has been preserved to - date. Shabad-Kirtan is recited
get daily and Langer is also served every day to the people visiting this place.
The poor also get daily langer, larger number of people visit this holy place on
every Thursday to pay their obeisance to the great Sufi Saint.
Gurdwara Godari Sahib This place is situated on the out skirts about 4 K.M. on Faridkot-Kotkapura
road. It is believed that Baba Sheikh Farid left his godari (Jacket) there before
entering Faridkot town. A beautiful gurdwara was constructed in 1982 and a Sant Sarover
was later constructed at this place. Large numbers of people visit this place every
Thursday and also take bath in this Sarover.
Gurdwara Guru Ki Dhab 10th Guru of Sikhs Sri Guru Gobind Singh said to have visited
this place previously known as Doda Tal. This place is about 12 K.M. from Kotkapura
on Kotkapura-Jaitu Road.
Gurdwara Tibbi Sahib Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji is said to have visited Jaitu on 15th
April, 1706. Here Guru Ji stayed at a Sand Dune (Tibba) near village Jaitu and practiced
arrows shooting with other sikhs. People congregate here on 10th Phagun every year
in memory of the sikhs who scarified their lives during Jaitu Morcha and this is
known as Shaheedi Jor Mela.
Gurdwara Godavarisar Guru Gobind SinghJi( Dhillwan Kalan) This Gurdwara is situated
at a distance of 5 K.M. from Kotkapura on Kotkapura-Bathinda Road. Guru Gobind singh
is said to have handed over his clothes to a Sodhi family in the village. These clothes
can still be seen with the Sodhi family.
Qilla Mubarak The fort with its impressive architecture still adorns the city of Faridkot.
Its foundation is believed to have been laid by Raja mokalsi, Raka Hamir Singh renovated
it and got it extended. Later ruler like Raja Bikram Singh. Raja Balbir singh got
constructed many new buildings. It housed the royal Place. Tosha Khana, Modi Khana
& Treasury Buildings. There is a garden within the four walls of the fort. All the
buildings are very well build and well furnished.
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.
Darbar Ganj This beautiful bungalow is a well laid out garden place. All the rooms
are finished in the most modern style. The guests from the sisterly states used Darbar
Gang for stay. The building has now been converted into Circuit House.
Rajsthan and Sirhind Canals Rajasthan Canal and Sirhind Feeder passes near the Faridkot
town. Rajasthan canal was constructed during the year,1962 to carry the additional
water from Sutluj and Beas river at Hari Ke Pattan to dry areas of Punjab
Fairy Cottage This cottage is situtated 7 K.M. from Faridkot on Chahal Road. This
beautiful cottage is constructed by Maharaja Brijinder Singh in 1910-11.
Check Tower This tower is made at the entrance of the Fairy cottage which is also
constructed by Maharaja Brijinder Singh.