The Largest city in the state of Punjab, Ludhiana is located on the old banks of the Sutlej River. The city was founded by two chiefs appointed by Sikandar Lodi and named it after the Lodi dynasty. After the fall of the Lodi dynasty the Mughals were under the control of this region. The decline of the princely dynasty was followed by a British Rule in the area. The city played a vital role during the uprising of 1857 and was also the home town of the freedom fighter Sukhdev who was executed by the British along with Bhagat Singh and Rajguru. The City enjoys a favorable climate throughout the year, except for the summer months from April to August. Here’s the list of the best places you can visit in Ludhiana.