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Ludhiana


Location
located on the Grand Trunk Road from Delhi
Temperature
46 c summer/12 c Winter
Latitude : 30.906090    Longitude : 75.846786

Language : Punjabi,Hindi
Ludhiana is a city and a municipal corporation in Ludhiana district in the Indian state of Punjab. It is the largest city in Punjab, with an estimated population of 1.4 million. The city stands on the Sutlej River's old bank, 13 km south of its present course.

Ludhiana is centrally located on the Grand Trunk Road from Delhi to Amritsar, and is connected to the Indian capital city of New Delhi by road and frequent train service.

It is a major industrial and educational center of northern India, and is the crossroads of many different cultures. Ludhiana is known for its popular politics, real estate and famous punjabis in the district
Bhir
Bhir
Bhir has the famous mosque built by Mohammad Ghori in 1911, 150 years old Khangah of Abdul Rehman Khan, mausoleum of Alawal Khan built during Shah Jehan's regime, octagonal in shape, surmounted by double pear shaped dome, the tomb of Bahadur Khan with sloping walls, 2 storied, double tomb of Husain Khan, Bilwanwali Masjid, mosque of Kamal-ud-din Khan/ Sarai Doraha on the main highway, Ludhiana dates back to Emperor Jehangir's time.
Hardy's World Amusement Park
Hardy's World Amusement Park
About 7 Kms. from the main city, this visually stunning amusement park offers a complete fun-package. Theme parties, cafes, joy rides and shopping complex are entertainment bonanza for all age groups.
Lodhi Fort
Lodhi Fort
The over 500-years – old Lodhi fort, constructed by Muslim ruler Sikander Lodhi on a strategic location along the banks of Sutlej in city, has gone to rack & ruin, thanks to the official apathy as well as the indifferent attitude of the city residents towards it. The once—strong citadel, basically a military fort, that withstood many an invader has crumbled under the onslaught elements in last five centuries
Maharaja Ranjit Singh War Museum
Maharaja Ranjit Singh War Museum
The foundation of this museum was laid in 1990. The museum was planned to create general awareness about the defence services, not only for its role in defending the country but also in strengthening the bonds of national integration and unity. The museum, though not yet complete, has regular shows in a light and sound hall. This presentations showcase the stories of bravery of Indian especially Punjabi soldiers in upholding the pride of the motherland.
Nehru Rose Garden
Nehru Rose Garden
Nehru Rose Garden, established in 1967, is one of the green spaces of Ludhiana city and an ideal place for spending with family. The largest Rose Garden in Asia , it is spread over an area of 27 acres and has more than 17,000 plants representing some 1,600 varieties of roses as well as several fountains. This is flower garden and a garden for walkers with an illuminated musical fountain.
Phillaur  Fort
Phillaur Fort
Naru Rajputs under Rai Shahr whose territory extended from Mau to Selkiana occupied it and when his son Rai Rattan Pal abandoned Mau and settled at Phillaur . The Jats Left the modern town dates from the time of Shah Jahan (1627-1658 A.D.) when the sites covered with ruins reoccupied having been selected for the erection of a Serai on the imperial line of road from Delhi to Lahore , of its earlier history nothing of interest is recorded. On the rise of the sikhs to power.
Rakh Bagh Park
Rakh Bagh Park - Picnic Spot
A beautiful picnic spot with lush green surroundings. Mini train joyride is an added attraction. It is also a wonderful place for the morning walkers.
Tiger Safari
Tiger Safari
Zoo in Ludhiana known as Tiger Safari is situated on GT Road ( Ludhiana-Jalandhar Highway ), it is 6 kms from the main city. Majestic tigers roaming about in the dense jungle offer a thrilling experience
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