Tourist Destinations

Ludhiana Tour

Ludhiana is an important industrial town of Punjab and is located on the south bank of River Sutlej. It has both historical monuments as well as religious centers that attract tourists from all over the world. The important tourist places of Ludhiana have been listed below:

Places to see in Ludhiana

Nehru Rose Garden

Spread over an area of 30 acres, there are more than 17,000 plants here, representing 1,600 varieties of roses, apart from several fountains. Every year, a Rose Festival is held here, which attracts lots of tourists.

Tiger Zoo

Tiger Zoo consists of varieties of majestic tigers moving freely in the protected jungles. The tigers are viewed from a distance and offer exciting sight. People come from far and wide to enjoy a tiger safari at the place.

Hardy's World

Hardy's World is an amusement park in Ludhiana. It offers theme parties, cafes, joy rides, and water sports to the visitors. It also boasts of ice-skating and snowfall. This is India's 3rd largest Indoor snow city.

Lodhi Fort

It is a 500 year old fort, which was constructed by Sikander Lodhi when he ruled the plains near River Sutlej.

Punjab Agricultural University Museum

Punjab Agricultural University Museum is known all over the world. It organizes the Kisan Mela every year. It also contains a Rural Museum. The museum poignantly depicts the rural life of the Punjabis and displays the Punjabi culture at its best.

War Museum

As a gesture of tribute to the gallant soldiers, Punjab Government is in the process of establishing a War Museum of International standard at Ludhiana, consisting of History Gallery, War Heroes Gallery, Uniforms Gallery, Air Force and Navy Gallery, Signal and Medical Corps Gallery, Kargil Gallery and a Audio Visual Theatre. There are regular shows held in the light and sound hall of the museum.

Gurdwara Charan Kanwal Sahib (Machhiwara)

There are many religious connotations associated with the place the gurdwara is built on. It marks the site of the garden where Guru Gobind Singh had a sip of water and a spell of small sleep. He had rested here while fighting a guerrilla war against the massive Mughal force. A religious fair is held here every year, to commemorate the memory of the saint.

Gurudwara Shrimanji Sahib Alamgir

It commemorates the place where the Muslim devotees Nabi Khan and Ghani Khan carried Guru Gobind Singh to safety during the battle. An annual fair is held here in the month of December.

Bilwanwali Masjid

The mosque belongs to the time of Emperor Jahangir. It is dedicated to Kamal-ud-din Khan/Sarai Doraha and is rectangular in shape, with rooms and verandahs on all sides. There are two double storied gates here, which are profusely decorated with colored tiles and intricate brick carvings.

Pir-I-Dastir Shrine

This fort is located to the north-west of Ludhiana and is also known as Abdul Kadir Galani. It draws both the Hindu and the Muslim pilgrims.

Guru Nanak Stadium

It is flood lit and has a capacity for 1500 spectators. There is a provision of 8 lane synthetic track with a two lane warming up track. The track conforms to international standards for conduct of any national or international meet. It has a well-maintained football ground which hosts the Annual National Football League (NFL) matches.