Travelling from Ludhiana to Sangrur is no hassle. The road distance to be travelled is 78.1km and it will take about a little over an hour to reach. Taking a cab, the best way to travel is by SH11. The road trip is more or less on a straight road and is very pleasant. But, if you prefer to travel by a train, there is an option of a direct train as well. The best train to take is Ludhiana Ndls Shatabdi out of the 9 direct trains available. There are no flights available and unfortunately there are no direct buses available either. In contrast to Ludhiana, which is the largest city in Punjab, Sangrur, once being predominantly rural, is now a notable education centre. It is located in the Sangrur district of Punjab. The Banasar Garden is a lovely place to visit. The important tourist spots apart from the religious monuments are the Gurudwara and Hindu temples scattered in the town. The King's Palace in Banasar Bagh is also an interesting place. Unfortunately, its zoo is at the moment closed down.
Ludhiana is the most centrally located district which falls in the Malwa region of the State of Punjab. It is bounded on the north by River Sutlej which has been dammed at Bhakhra. Use the knowledge of the driver of your taxi from Ludhiana to Amritsar to chauffeur you around to the most visited spots.
The city is named after its tryst with Sikander Lodhi about 500 years ago and considered as the seat of Punjab's commercial culture in the lap of history. Don't miss the feast of Punjabi food with huge glass of Lassi added with sweet or salt.
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In the northern states India, lays Sangrur in Punjab on the criss cross of Jalandhar with Rewari and Chandigarh with Bathinda. Featured at 77km off Ludhiana and 58km off Patiala. Hot and dry during summers that last from early March to July and rains that start around early to mid-July and end in September are followed by the chilly winters in December, January and February.
Ideally, Sangrur is best visited in January to March when the city experiences a pleasant climate. Rental cab services like Savaari ease the process of guiding you through the city. Main festivals like Lohri and Basant (Kites Festival) are celebrated with much fanfare. Overall the climate of the district is dry with a short monsoon, a heated summer with a bracing cold winter. More or less the year sees four seasons. Starting with the cold season from November to March followed immediately with the hot and feisty summer till the end of June. The rainy season ranges between July to September and the latter half of September and October is usually referred to as the post-monsoon or transition period
With places of historical and religious pertinence special mentions would include the unique religious monuments called Samadh Baba Nagan where Parkash of Shri Guru Granth Sahib and Holi Gita are present with hundreds of Sikhs and Hindus flowing in everyday to pray. Also worthy of mention is the Banasar (Bagh) Garden with a Baradari (a building with 12 doors) and a museum that was once a king palace. The museum houses images and pictures of old Sangrur buildings, weapons and clothes of the King and his Queen. Also present adjacent to the Banasar Bagh is the War Heroz stadium. An additional mention on the list of the main attractions of the city is the BSNL Park. The city can be best seen through by renting private cabs like the Savaari Rental Cab services allowing the visit to enjoyed better.