Baradari Palace

Hotel/Resort · India · Palace

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Patiala 147 002, Punjab

The Baradari Palace – a 19th century architectural marvel in the heart of Patiala that has been lovingly restored.

A colonnaded colonial building constructed in 1876 as a new home for the then-ruler Rajinder Singh, it is centred around a Mughal-style baradari – a pavilion with 12 arches which gives it name to the surrounding garden and to the neighbourhood. A gloriously sunlit patio looks over the Baradari Garden and serves as an informal dining area and a specious corridor.

The spacious rooms with high ceilings – now all air-conditioned are luxurious without being cluttered, their relative emptiness allowing the eye to absorb details like the wood louvered ceilings and the arched doors with the old brass latches – reviving an authentic scent of the Indian royal lifestyle in colonial India, making it the ideal choice for discerning directors that endeavour to portray authentic period history.

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