Sangrur was the capital of Jind, a state in pre-independent India, and this beautiful city was designed on the pattern of Jaipur with historical buildings, gardens, underground, water system and so much more. After 1947 and abolishing of the States the heritage of Jind State has been neglected and destroyed and we have lost our iconic buildings The Sangrur Fort, Lady Minto Girls High School, Hermitage Palace and the Deputy Commissioner’s Offices.
The Sangrur Heritage Preservation Society was formed on 28th January 2014 to preserve and restore the city to its years of glory and beauty. To add to the efforts the society started the Sangrur Heritage and Literary Festival in 2015 to bring a new promise of uplifting the world of words, melody and arts across the state of mustard field.
Sangrur Heritage and Literary Festival is back, promising to touch new areas of social responsibility and to sensitize the residents of the state and country to prepare them for the changing times. Festival will be from November 30th 2019 and December 1st 2019.
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