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The Baradari Palace may be one of the more modest Palaces of Patiala, but it certainly scores high on passion and dedication that brought it back from obscurity. The Baradari Palace is a white, colonnaded building, centered on a rectangular Sikh-Mughal-style, twelve door pavilion or baradari which gave its name to a splendid garden commissioned by the then ruler Maharaja Rajinder Singh. It was designed in 1876 by Kaur Sahib Ranbir Singh, the younger brother of the Maharaja. Not as ostentatious as the other palaces of Patiala, it is nonetheless significant as a piece of Colonial architecture.

Prior to this, the Patiala family had lived in Qila Mubarak, once Asia’s largest residence. This is now a museum full of royal memorabilia, which merits a visit. Maharaja Rajinder Singh of Patiala, who commissioned The Baradari Palace, was a quiet nonconformist. He championed women’s rights, implemented reforms and later defied all taboos to marry an Irishwoman. He was also known for the ease with which he integrated all cultures.


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  • Doctor on Call
  • WiFi Internet
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  • Multi-Cuisine Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Satellite T.V.
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