Bansar Garden, Sangrur
situated on Ludhiana-Jakhal Railway line and is well connected by road
with Patiala, Ludhiana, Chandigarh and Bathinda. The Banasar garden, in
addition to its walking trails and plantations is famous for its marble
Baradari (building with 12 doors), mini zoo and the old Diwan Khana
which is a museum now and which stands out of the middle of a pool. It
is decorated with carved marble slabs and four towers. One enters the
Baradari through a bridge leading to a marble gate on the western side.
Banasar garden is open to public now.
80 Kms from Ludhiana, 48 Kms from
Patiala capital of the erstwhile Jind State. The Palaces of the state fell
to the share of Haryana . Government Civil Secretariat and Diwan or
Assembly Hall of the erstwhile State are some of its worth mentioning structures,
well planned Banesar Garden in the north of the city with an attractive
marble baradari is a popular picnic spot now.