Tourism and Cultural Affairs Minister, Punjab Harjot Singh Bains released film, “The Bathinda Fort”
Documentary Film released on the eve of “World Heritage Day 2022”, step to promote Punjab Tourism Heritage Site
Amritsar, April 19, 2022: Worldwide release of online Documentary Film titled, “The Bathinda Fort”, with aim to promote Punjab Tourism Heritage Site, by Tourism & Cultural Affairs Minister Punjab Harjot Singh Bains, in the presence of Director Tourism Punjab Kanwal Preet Brar and Film Director Harpreet Sandhu, in Amritsar on eve of “World Heritage Day 2022”.
The short Film depicts Bathinda Fort, the magnificent Historic Monument of National importance and the oldest surviving Fort in India built around Sixth century. This fort has historical relevance related to the first women Empress Razia Sultan, who was kept as a prisoner in this fort, later she escaped by jumping from a balcony. This three storied structure Fort has been designed purely in Mughal design and is worth to witness. This Fort is also known as Gobindgarh Fort, having a historical relevance with Tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh, who visited this Fort in year 1705.
Bains, after releasing and previewing the online documentary Film described the Film to be a meaningful documentary showcasing the glimpse of this Heritage Site which will definitely help in boosting Punjab Tourism as most of people are still unaware of this Heritage site in Bathinda. He also appreciated the sincere dedicated efforts of Sandhu for making this short documentary with aim to promote this Punjab’s Heritage Site.
Sandhu said that he thank Almighty for giving him strength in accomplishing this Documentary which he has made with a sole aim to highlight this Heritage site of Punjab Tourism “The Bathinda Fort” within people of Punjab and the Punjabi’s settled across the Globe.