Anglo Sikh War Memorial Anglo-Sikh War Memorial is a three storied impressive building raised over a podium at the banks of Rajasthan Canals and Sirhind Feeder which is on the GT Road of Ferozepur. It was designed by Mr. H.S. Chopra who was the senior Architect of Punjab Agricultural University in Ludhiana.
Faridia Islamic University, a religious madrassa in Sahiwal, Punjab, Pakistan, is named after him, and in July 1998, the Punjab Government in India established the Baba Farid University of Health Sciences at Faridkot, the city which itself was named after him.
Qila Mubarak (Punjabi: ਕ਼ਿਲਾ ਮੁਬਾਰਕ, Hindi: क़िला मुबारक, Urdu: قلعہ مبارک ), is a historical monument in the heart of the city of Bathinda in Punjab, India. It has been in existence from 1100-1200 AD in its current place and is the oldest surviving fort in India.
Faridkot Fort is located 30 km south of the present town of Faridkot on NH 15. Interestingly, the town began to expand in 1837, just after the British decided to make it the capital of Faridkot. Historically, the existence of Faridkot Fort has been cited to around 800 years ago when Raja Mokulsi decided to build the same on an area of 10 acres.