Fatehgarh-Sahib is a district in Punjab and is popular among the Sikh community. It derives its name from the tenth son of Guru Gobind Singh, Sahibzada Fateh Singh. There are numerous tourist attractions in the district, including the famous Fatehgarh Sahib Gurudwara, where Sikhs began their conquest in 1710. The Jyoti Sarup Gurudwara is known for the remnants of Mata Gujri, Guru Gobind Singh's mother.
The Rauza Sharif is visited by many travellers during the festival of Urs of Shaikh Ahmad Sirhindi. The tomb of Nabis at Bras is close to the Fatehgarh-Sahib district headquarters. Another religious attraction, the Das Nami Akhara, is visited by tourists to pay homage to Baba Hardit Giri.
Mata Chakreshvri Devi Jain temple is believed to be around 1,000 years old and is dedicated to Goddess Chakreshvri Devi. The Sant Namdev temple, Sadhana Kasai mosque and Haveli Todar Mal are other popular attractions in the district.