Situated on the old bank of Sutlej River, Ludhiana is the largest city of Punjab with the population of over 1,693,653 as per the 2011 Census. What Ludhiana flaunts is its industrial center, which is the major one in the northern India. Moreover, the city is referred to as the India's Manchester by BBC. The city is well connected to Delhi via rail service and by air. With the three different seasons namely, summer, monsoon and winter, Ludhiana has a humid subtropical climate. Most of all, this city has been ranked the best for its business environment in 2009 and 2013 by The World Bank. It is a home to the largest agricultural university named Punjab Agricultural University in Asia and moreover, one of the largest from all over India.
Theology and Culture
One cannot deny the fact that the festivals in Ludhiana are celebrated with much fanaticism as well as dynamism. Right from Lohri, Basant Panchami, Baisakhi to Teej and others, each and every festival in Punjab is celebrated with great pomp and show. Moreover, Ludianvis and all the Punjabis have a keen interest in enjoying and having fun. Bhangra and Gidda are the famous folk dances of Ludhiana. The food of Ludhiana is just like its people hearty, sizeable yet very simple. Tandoori cooking style of Ludhiana is the best thing ever. So, don’t forget to satisfy your taste buds with Tandoori chicken, fish and rotis. And most of all don’t miss out on ‘makki ki roti and sarson ka saag’ along with a glass full of ‘lassi’, which is the most loved meal Ludhiana has to offer to all foodies.
Markets And Shopping Complexes
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