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The city of Ludhiana lies in the heart of Punjab and is the heart of Punjab. It is the largest, highly populated and the richest city of the state of Punjab. The city is widely deemed as the “Manchester of India”. it is located at about 100 kms towards the wets from the state capital Chandigarh.

Ludhiana was the initiator of the industry of tourism with the efforts of Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, who has made it possible for the tourism in India. The Indian government agency of tourism commenced a nation wide campaign with its title “Atithi Devo Bhava”. Ludhiana took a venture to boost tourism in the country, which acted as a catalyst for boosting Indias economic growth.

The town was developed under the ruler Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Along with its title the “industrial town”, it is also renowned for its places that interest tourist to visit. It is widely known as the pilgrim hub of Punjab as it owns loads of temples, holy shrines and gurudwaras. Ludhiana travel and tourism is a popular among the Indian and foreign tourists alike and for that the Ludhiana tour packages are a perfect way of exploring the splendor of the destination in North India.

General facts about Ludhiana
Location: North India
State: Punjab
Area: 310 sq. kms.
Language: Hindi, Punjabi and English
Climate: Hot, Arid and Humid
Major Attractions: Lodhi Fort, Ranjit Singh War Museum, Punjab Agricultural University
Ideal Time to Visit: February to mid April

Tourist sightseeing in Ludhiana
So many places attract tourist to visit the pilgrim center of Punjab. When taking a tour to the city, visit the Lodhi Fort, the main tourist destination of Ludhiana. Then, you can also pay a visit to the Maharaja Ranjit Singh War Museum. Ludhiana a pursuer to the economy possesses a myriad of tourist destinations. The city is jam-packed with countless pilgrim places, shopping centers, museums, historic monuments, and several entertaining points.

Ludhiana is the stirring rod in the event of the Indian ‘Green Revolution’ and also possess Indias leading Agriculture University; Punjab Agricultural University. Several other attractions that you will encounter during your visit to the town are Macchiwara, Alamgir, Killa Raipur and the shrine of Pir-i-Dastgir.

When talking about its attractions that let it stand out from the general known cities and towns of the country, it is important to include its international trading with the super-powered countries like Russia and America.

Climate of Ludhiana
Ludhiana experiences an extreme climate with facing scorching heat of the sun summers and nerve-wrecking winters. Here, the monsoon begins by July and lasts till the first week of September. The best time to have an excursion to Ludhiana is from February to mid April as the spring season renders the city to have a pleasant weather and make you fall in love with it.

How to reach Ludhiana

Ludhiana By Road: Ludhiana is situated on the Amritsar-Delhi Grand Trunk Road and is about 305 km from Delhi, making it feasible for the city to be connected with the other parts of the world.

Ludhiana By Rail: Ludhiana is a rail junction connecting various trains the city to different parts of the country. Some of the common trains are Jammu Tawi and Deluxe Express to Mumbai, Shatabdi Express to Delhi, Utkal Express to Puri and Howrah Mail to Kolkata.

Ludhiana By Air: Chandigarh Airport, just 100 kms from Ludhiana is the nearest airfield.

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