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Arranged on the banks of waterway Sutlej, Ludhiana, Punjab’s biggest city, is one of the greatest assembling center points in India. Otherwise called Manchester of India, city is popular for its hosiery ventures, the old remains of the Lodi administration and the war gallery.

Named after the Lodi administration, the city has held the old world appeal, kept the otherworldliness unblemished yet in addition hasn’t neglected to stay aware of the changing occasions and conventions of the nation.

Aside from being a mechanical town, Ludhiana draws explorers and vacationers from overall attributable to its Gurudwaras, posts and old remnants.

Lodi boss, Yusaf Khan and Nihang Khan, changed over the town Mir Hota to Ludhiana. Ludhiana additionally has the renowned Rural Olympics at Qila Raipur every year in the long stretch of January-February.

Attractions: Lodhi Fort, Maharaja Ranjit Singh War Museum, Pavilion Mall, Rakh Bagh Park, Hardy’s world amusement park, Machhiwara, Rural Olympics at Qila Raipur, Bhir, Nehru Rose Garden, Phillaur Fort, Punjab Agriculture University Museum, Gurudwara Nanaksar Jagraon, etc…

Near By Places: Jallianwala Bagh, Wagah Border, Durgiana Temple, Akal Takht, Tarn Taran, Harike Wetland, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum, Bathinda Fort, Pul Kajari, Jama Masjid Khairuddin, Ram Tirath, Goindwal Sahib, Faridkot Fort, etc…

Best time to visit: October- March in the winter season.

How to Reach

  • By Air: Flight Ludhiana also has an airport, however there are flights just from New Delhi. Other nearby international airports are located in Chandigarh (95km) and in Amritsar (141km).
  • By Rail: Train Ludhiana has its own railway station and well connected with the rest of India.
  • By Road: Road Ludhiana is also well connected by roads and one can find buses and taxis to reach from nearby places.

Popular Restaurants: Baba Chicken, Bistro 226, Yellow Chilli, Berco’s, etc… Read more

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