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Ludhiana does not experience extreme weather conditions which are beneficial for tourists. The time of February to April is suitable for the visit of this city.


Deer Park, Nilon, Ludhiana

Deer Park is a beautiful place for the Nile picnic, where greenery is spread around. It is called Deer Park because there are very large numbers of deer. 20 km from Ludhiana In this park located far away, people come on foot tours, picnics with family or jogging.While touring this park, tourists can also see chital, sambar, sahi, black buck, and rabbit. Apart from this, tourists can also see various types of birds such as tiny birds, red head parrots, and gray pheasants. This place is managed by the Punjab Government, which provides tourists a fun and enjoyable experience


Guru Nanak Stadium, Ludhiana

Guru Nanak Stadium, which has the capacity to sit for around 1500 people, has been built at a cost of around 15.4 crores. This place has been built according to international standards where national and international sports are organized. Here the inauguration and closing ceremony of the 2001 Indian National Games was organized. Kabaddi World Cup was organized in this stadium where Katrina Kaif also came. Apart from this, there is also a football field where national football leagues (NFL) matches are played.With many modern facilities, many sports, basketball, football, handball, volleyball, badminton, gymnastics and table tennis are organized in this stadium.


Hardy's World Amusement Park Ludhiana

Hardy's World is the largest water park in Punjab and 13.1 km from Ludhiana. At a distance of, Ludhiana-Jalandhar is situated on the highway. Its premises include shopping complexes, party areas and eating shops. In this water park, tourists can enjoy many water rides and other activities such as Ice Skating. The tourists can relax by the river, enjoy the waves or enjoy the highest water coaster. The most important attraction of this place is Wave Pool which attracts children. This is an ideal place to spend time with the family.


Nehru's Rose Garden Ludhiana

Nehru Rose Garden was founded in Ludhiana in the heart of Ludhiana in 1967. It is spread over an area of 27 acres and is Asia's largest rose garden. There are about 17000 plants of 1600 types of roses in this garden. Apart from this, the Annual Rose Festival is celebrated as thousands of tourists from far off come here. Apart from this, there are also many fountains that enhance the beauty of this garden. This is a refreshing place for pedestrians and is the ideal place to spend time with family.


Tiger Safari Ludhiana

Located on G. T. Road (Ludhiana-Jalandhar High Way), Tiger Safari is 6 km from the main city. Is located at a distance of about 25 acres of area. Tourist can see here tiger, black buck, rabbit, sambar, and peacock. It is good to see Tiger in the zoo, be seen in the free environment.This is a different kind of experience. The Wildlife Department of the city has entrusted the responsibility of organizing Safari to a private farm. The safari remains open to the public for the rest of the day except on Monday, because it is cleaned on Monday. Tourists can visit Tiger Safari, Hardy;s World and Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum at a time.


Maharaja Ranjit Singh War Museum

The Maharaja Ranjeet Singh war museum was established in 1999 in the form of tribute to the heroic soldiers by the Punjab government. Live it Located on T. Road (Ludhiana - Amritsar Highway) and 6.7 km from Ludhiana Railway Station Located at a distance of one hour. There is a large idol of Maharaja Ranjit Singh at the entrance to the mansion. Alongside the statue, along with ancient weapons, tourists can also see a large model of INS Vikrant. Light and sound shows are also organized in the museum.Tourists can see the big pictures of the Punjabis who have received the prestigious gallantry award like Paramvir Chakra, Mahavir Chakra, and Veer Chakra. The uniform of Indian Army in British period has also been kept here for the exhibition


Guru Dawara Charan Sahib Machiwara

39 km from Gurdwara Charan Kanal Sahib Masiwara Ludhiana Far Phase is located in the town of Fisivara on the Lotus road. It is believed that this gurdwara has a garden where Guru Gobind Singh used to take water and take a nap. At this place, three of his followers - Dharam Singh, Daga Singh, and Manu Singh - joined them.Here is a fair every year in the month of December, in the form of the memory of the above historical event. Near there is another place of worship which is known as Gurudwara Chhabara Sahib. It is also called Gulaba da Chhabara, where the master spent the night in Masand Galba's house.


Gurudwara  Alamgir Sahib Ludhiana

Gurudwara Manji Sahib, also known as Gurdwara Alamgir Sahib, is about 11 km southwest of Ludhiana. Is located at a distance. After leaving the fisherman's place, Guru Gobind Singh ji stayed here for some time. Guruji felt that there is no water here. So they hit an arrow on the ground here where a waterfall of water came out. Later this water was converted into a pond which is known as the lake of Tirasar - arrow. An elderly woman was relieved of leprosy by bathing at this place.Here a devotee had presented a horse to the Guru for his next journey. Guru Tegh Bahadur Shaheedi Day, which is being organized here, attracts devotees from far away.



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