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Ludhiana City Information
Established Year1888-89
Area3,767 km2 (1,454 sq mi)
Population1613878 as Census January 2011
Population Density975/km2 (2,530/sq mi) as Census January 2011
LanguagePunjabi, Hindi
Official LanguagesPunjabi
Literacy Rate82.5% as Census January 2011
Sex Ratio869/1000
Time zoneIST (UTC+5:30)
Pin code141001
Area code161
Lat Long30.9100° N, 75.8500° E
ReligionSikh, Hinduism
FestivalsLohri, Basant Panchmi, Baisakhi,Holi, Diwali, Teej ,Tika, Dussehra, Sikh Gurupurabs
UniversityPunjab Agricultural University, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Science University (GADVASU).
SportsGuru Nanak Stadium for Football (JCTFC), Astroturf Hockey Ground - PAU
AirportSahnewal Airport
Railway StationLudhiana Jn (LDH), Ludhiana Railway Station
Tourist AttractionsRakh Bagh Park, Gurudwara Shrimanji Sahib Alamgir, Gurudwara Charan Kamal, Pir-I-Dastgir Shrine, Phillaur Fort, Bilwanwali Masjid
Nearby Tourist AttractionsChandigarh, Kasauli, Mcleodganj, Dharamsala, Shimla
Popular Thingswoolen garments, machine tools, dyes, cycle parts, mopeds, sewing machines and motor parts
Notable PeopleSukhdev Thapar, Kartar Singh Sarabha, Dharmendra, Sunil Mittal, Juhi Chawla, Gulzar Singh Sandhu, Pankaj Kapoor
National HighwayNational Highway No. 95 (Chandigarh - Ludhiana - Ferozepur )

Blogs about Ludhiana
Day 56 – Raikot to Ludhiana, Punjab (Kanyakumari to Leh cycling) : I was very excited for this day to come as I was about to reach Ludhiana, for which I have been waiting for so long. I have a college friend of mine in Ludhiana whom I was about to meet after almost two years and I couriered some of my luggage like sleeping bag, etc., to him from Kerala, which I will pick up now on my way further. I took a different route to…
Arvind Kejriwal Factor
General Elections 2014 – Day 21 : The rank and file of BJP is unhappy with Arvind Kejriwal contesting from Varanasi against Narendra Modi, none of them think that Modi is going to lose, though. On conditions of anonymity, a senior BJP leader defined Arvind Kejriwal as  "a nuisance we could have done without".  They are worried about the "time wastage" Kejriwal's candidature from Varanasi would lead to. Narendra Modi is committed to 185 public meetings over next 45 days or so,…
The Maharaja Ranjit Singh Fort, Ludhiana
Phillaur Fort, Ludhiana: A Citadel of Strength : The Phillaur Fort, a symbol of the potent heritage of Punjab, lies in the Phillaur town of Ludhiana city. It is situated on the banks of River Sutlej. It is also famous as the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Fort. A creation of an Italian engineer, the fort was projected by Dewan Mokham Chand to serve the purpose of a military fortress for Maharaja Ranjit Singh. However, later on the Punjab Police took control of the structure.…
Ranjit Singh War Museum in Ludhiana
Maharaja Ranjit Singh War Museum in Ludhiana : Location: GT road, Ludhiana, Punjab The largest city in the state of Punjab, Ludhiana boasts of housing one of the most popular places to see in the state - Maharaja Ranjit Singh War Museum. Spreading across four acres in area, this museum came into existence in the year 1999. The Punjab Government constructed the museum as a gesture of tribute to the courageous soldiers who struggled and laid their lives during various wars and battles…
Ajaib Ghar – Museum of Rural life in Punjab : Ajaib Ghar (Museum of Rural life of Punjab) at Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), Ludhiana is worth visiting if you love the rural culture and heritage of Punjab. The museum takes you back to the 18th and 19th century. Ajaib Ghar is a perfect place to understand the cultural, religious, social life of rural and ancient Punjab. Though it is not too big, but the serenity of the entire place and its surrounding area is very…

Last Updated on : 28/09/2013

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