Patiala

Patiala is a city in the Punjab state of India. Patiala district is one of the erstwhile princely cities of Punjab.

It is the administrative headquarters of Patiala District, and was the capital of the premier princely state in the former Punjab Province of British India, headed by the Sidhu dynasty. Patiala is famous for its turban (traditional headgear), paranda (tasselled tag for braiding hair), peg (Patiala Peg – a double or large peg of whiskey), and Jutti (traditional Punjabi footwear)and “patialashahi”salwaar.