Ludhiana city, one of the largest cities in the northern part of India, is considered as the largest industrial city of Punjab. The city covers the area of almost 310 square kilometer. The city is located at the old banks of the Sutlej river, which is 13 km away in the southwards direction at present. Over the period of years, Ludhiana has become a lively and cheerful centre of various cultures and activities. Ludhiana is considered to be one amongst the fastest-growing cities of the nation. The population in the Ludhiana city increases during the harvesting season of the crop because wide range of Labor migrants migrate from various parts of states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Orissa and Delhi. Ludhiana has the best and highest per capita automobiles across the country. Ludhiana is currently a vicinity Headquarter with Parliamentary body of an equivalent name. It’s one amongst the largest Municipal Corporation of the Punjab State.
The most thickly settled part of the Old city areas of Ludhiana are Wakefield Ganj (known as Field Ganj), Khud Mohalla, Miller Ganj, etc in which majority of the Middle class earning population lives. Whereas, Sarabha Nagar, Bhai Randhir Singh (BRS) Nagar, Agar Nagar, Kitchlu Nagar, Rajguru Nagar, etc. are some of the newly planned and built areas. Haibowal Kalan could be considered a quickly developing area of the town. Having said that, the most visited areas of the Ludhiana city is Market in Sarabha Nagar and Ghumar Mandi.
The renowned Punjab Agricultural University is located on the outskirts of Ludhiana city. It is home to the Museum of Rural Life, which displays pottery, musical instruments and traditional Punjabi clothing. In its nearby location, leafy Nehru Rose Garden is built which features ornamental fountains and more than one thousand different rose varieties. To the north, Maharaja Ranjit Singh War Museum is located that documents Punjabi military history.
The prosperity of the city is attributed to the spirit of enterprise and business sense displayed by the residents of the Ludhiana city. The city is well known for its textile industry and engineering centre which is efficient in exporting woolen clothes, machine tools, dyes, cycle elements, mopeds, stitching machines and motor elements across the nation or even worldwide in some business firms. As already mentioned about the foremost industrial city of Punjab, Ludhiana is also considered as the Manchester of India.
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