Fateh Burj at Chappar Chiri (Mohali)

Fateh Burj (ਫਤਿਹ ਬੁਰਜ) is the highest minar in India, which was constructed in 2011 on the occassion of third centenary of the historical battle of Chappar Chiri. The burj is situated inside the Baba Banda Singh Bahadur War Memorial, constructed at the Chappar Chiri village located on the Kharar - Landran road just outside Mohali city. This 328 feet high burj stands as the symbol of the historical victory of Khalsa panth to win Sirhind in the battle fought between sikhs led by Baba Banda Singh Bahadur and the mughal forces.
Fateh Burj Mohali The burj has three stories and its top is decorated with a dome and a Khanda. The first storey commemorate the victory of Samana, the second storey for the victory of Sadhaura and the third storey for Sirhind which was fought at Chappar Chiri.
The memorial comples has statues of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur and his five generals, who while standing on the mounds were commanding the Khalsa army fighting the Mughal forces under the command of Wazir Khan. By winning this historical battle, Baba Banda Singh ji revenged the martyrdom of younger sons of Guru Gobind Singh ji and established the first Khalsa reign. Baba Banda Singh Bahadur statue at Chappar Chiri

Fateh Burj - Ticket & Timings

The Baba Banda Singh Bahadur War Memorial complex is developed and maintained by Punjab govt and is absolutely free for visitors. There is no entry ticket to visit this place. Other than Fateh Burj and statues of sikh generals, the major attractions of this place are - entry gate which looks like a fort, pond/water bodies around the statue, green lawns decorated with flowers and open air theatre. There is also a spacious canteen where you can sit and have food at very reasonable prices.