Ludhiana , India
Ludhiana is a city and a municipal corporation in Ludhiana district in the Indian state of Punjab. Ludhiana is now Punjab's most populated and very rapidly growing metropolitan city. It is on the south bank of the Sutlej river. The city was the sight of a great battle during the first Sikh wars. Its hosiery goods are in demand in all the markets of the east and the west, which include America and Russia. For its production of hosiery, Ludhiana is also known as the Manchester of India. The worlds largest bicycle manufacturer, Hero Cycles, which produces nearly three million bicycles annually, is based here. However, Ludhiana's claim to fame is not its commercial enterprises alone. It is an important pilgrimage center as there are many historic Gurdwaras. The rich agricultural area around it supports a large grain market. Ludhiana is home to the largest agricultural university in Asia and one of the largest in the world, Punjab Agricultural University.
Ludhiana is well connected by air with New Delhi and other major states of India. The nearest Airport is Sahnewal/Ludhiana Airport, 12kms away. The Ludhiana Junction Railway Station falls under northern railways and is well connected to many international pockets of India. It is located in about the centre of the city and is among the most busiest railway stations of Punjab.
Roads: Ludhiana is well linked with all cities of Punjab