Ludhiana Sights and Landmarks Guide, India
Tourist Destinations in Ludhiana
Ludhiana is a very popular city in the Punjab state and it is called the commercial capital of Punjab. Ludhiana is the largest commercial center in which it sells clothes and woolen products. In Ludhiana there are many medical and engineering colleges which people love to visit for their beauty and culture.
Ludhiana has maintained the country’s accessibility with efficient roads, railways and air aviation. Ludhiana is a popular touristic location. Travel is taken seriously here because of the phenomenal sights that it has to offer to its visitors. Ludhiana is also called as the Manchester of Punjab because of the major commercial and business industries and the educational centers that are found in this North Indian site. There are many tourist places to be seen in the cultural Ludhiana.
Lodi qhila or Fort:
The Lodi qhila was constructed by the Muslim ruler Sikander Lodi 500 years ago on the stunning bank of Sutlaj River. It was basically constructed to be a military fort that was used to block invaders and to protect the city of Ludhiana. The Lodi fort has been deteriorating over the years due to the lack of protection, yet it is still a historic and symbolic structure to visit while in Ludhiana.
Gurudwara Shrimanji Sahib Alamgir:
Gurudwara is situated in Ludhiana, 10 Kilometers away from the center city; it is a memorialized place where Guru Gobind Sing has led Muslim devotees like Nabi khan and Ghani khan during the time of battle for the safety and protection of these notable people. Guru Gobind Sing was the last guru of Sikhism and he had introduced the rights of initiation into the well organized Sikh army that is known today as the Khalsa. Guru Gobind Sing was founded during the Gurudwara period duting his reign between 1666- 1708.
Hardy’s world is the one of main amusement parks in Ludhiana about 7 kilometers away from the main city; and this visually stunning amusement park offers a complete fun- filled package of events. In this park many people can enjoy the festive daily parties, coffee bars, joy rides, entertainment bonanza and a snack bar for all ages.
The Bhir is the famous mosque founded at the period of Mohammad Ghori in the year 1911. The Bilwaniwali Masjid, tombs and other famous places are in the surrounding of Bhir mosque. This is an extremely important cultural site for those visiting Ludhiana.
Museum Of Royal History:
The museum of royal history of the Punjab rulers was built on the main University campus. This is a very large building that is as long as a football field and on both sides of museum there are stunning water cannels that flow beside it.
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