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Punjab Agricultural University Museum:

Modeled on the Land Grant of America, the Punjab Agricultural University Museum was founded in 1962 and is one of the significant educational sightseeing points of Ludhiana. The Rural Museum depicts the rural life of the Punjabis and Punjabi heritage. It contains a nucleus of local arts, crafts and ancient objects with traditional farming equipments including age old bronze utensils on display. The museum also displays age old Punjabi attire, jewelry and juttis. The rural museum is open on all working days, from 9 am to 1 pm and again 2 pm to 5 pm.


Phillaur Fort:

Phillaur Fort situated in the Phillaur town, 13 Kms away from Ludhiana is one of the most popular tourist hotspots of Ludhiana. The Fort was built by an Italian engineer and was designed and conceptualized by Dewan Mokham Chand between 1808 and 1812.After the independence of India from the British rule, the fort was handed over to the Police Department which now runs a Police Academy and Finger Print Bureau.


Tiger Safari:

For the wildlife enthusiasts, Ludhiana offers a one of its kind Tiger Safari located on GT Road (Ludhiana-Jalandhar Highway). Located at a distance of nearly 6 km away from the main city, the Tiger Safari is an enchanting experience of watching the wild Tigers in their natural habitat. Although the tigers are viewed from a distance, a trip to the city of Ludhiana is incomplete without experiencing the magic of the tiger Safari. Apart from the Tigers, the Safari gives an opportunity to watch many other wild animals including the black bucks, sambhar deer and the great Indian peacocks in their natural habitat.


Nehru Rose Garden: 

Nehru Rose garden named after the first Indian Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru is spread over a 30 acre complex located in the civil lines area of Ludhiana. The Nehru Rose Garden hosts more than 17,000 species of various rare plants including over 1,600 varieties of roses. An Annual rose festival is held in the Nehru Rose Garden which is attended by farming enthusiasts from across the world. The Nehru Rose Garden also acts as a picnic spot for the local population and fitness enthusiasts have a dedicated track for walking and running amid the picturesque ambience of the roses and other vegetation.


Gurudwara Shrimanji Sahib Alamgir:  

Gurudwara Shrimanji Sahib Alamgir located in the Alamgir village 10 Kms away from Ludhiana city is one of the most important religious sightseeing attractions. The Gurudwara sets a wonderful example of the religious harmony as is placed on a location where Muslims Nabi Khan and Ghani Khan provided protection to Guru Gobind Singh during the Sikh Mughal battle period. The Gurudwara also has an auspicious tank in its vicinity where devotees take a holy dip to get salvation.


Gurudwara Charan Kamal:  

Gurudwara Charan Kamal is located in the Machhiwara village at a distance of 35 Kms from the Ludhiana city center. The Gurudwara has great historical significance as Sri Guru Gobind Singh had taken rest during the famous guerrilla war against the powerful Mughlas at this very place. An annual fair is held during the months of December and January in remembrance of Guru Gobind Singh and his path of devotion.


Pir-I-Dastgir Shrine:  

Pir-I-Dastgir shrine located within the Ludhiana Fort is also known as Abdul Kadir Galani. It is one of the most auspicious places in Ludhiana city attracting both Hindu and Muslim pilgrims. The tombs of Pir-I-Dastgir belong to Sufi Muslim saints and the members of Shah Shuja’s family.


Bilwanwali Masjid:  

The Bilwanwali Masjid also known as Sarai Doraha or the mosque of Kamal-ud-din Khan located on the main Ludhiana highway is another spiritual attraction for the tourists. The mosque dates back to the time of Emperor Jahangir of the Mughal Empire and is rectangular in shape, with rooms and verandahs on all sides. The two double storied gates of the mosque are abundantly decorated with colored tiles and elaborate brick carvings.


Kila Raipur Rural Olympics:  

Kila Raipur village is arguably the most visited tourist destination in Ludhiana and hosts the annual rural Olympics in February each year. The rural Olympics were the brainchild of philanthropist Inder Sing Grewal and was initiated in the year 1933.Farmers from across Punjab visit Kila Raipur during the rural Olympics to either participate in rural sporting activities or watch special breeds of bullocks, camels and dogs competing in various competitions. Cultural programs and various festivities also are organized by the Olympic management committee offering vibrant colors with singing and dancing highlighting the exquisite Punjabi culture in its full zenith.