Ludhiana District Map

District Map of Ludhiana

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Facts of Ludhiana District
District HQLudhiana
Population (2011)3498739
Sex Ratio873
Area (km2)3744
Density (/km2) 975
Tehsils Jagraon, Khanna, Ludhiana, Payal, Raikot, Samrala
Lok Sabha Constituencies Ludhiana, Fatehgarh Sahib
Assembly Constituencies Khanna, Samrala, Sahnewal, Ludhiana East, Ludhiana South, Atam Nagar, Ludhiana Central, Ludhiana West, Ludhiana North, Gill (SC), Payal (SC), Dakha, Raikot (SC), Jagraon (SC)
Languages Punjabi including Malwai, Hindi
Rivers Sutlej
Lat-Long 30.774879,76.002617
Travel Destinations Nehru Rose Garden, Hardy's World, Guru Nanak Bhawan, Rural Museum, Tiger Safari, Maharaja Ranjit Singh War Museum, Gurudwara Charankanwal Sahib Deer Park, Water Resource Museum, Gurdwara Manji Sahib, Gurdwara Alamgir Sahib etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt. Science and Research College, Govt. College (Karmsar), Govt. College (Ludhiana), Govt. College (Ludhiana), Govt. College (Sidhsar) etc.

Last Updated on : January 2, 2015



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