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Ambala to Ludhiana
Updated on : Oct 21, 2016 06:05 AM
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  • Golden Temple Volvo Ambala Ludhiana Rs.899 Golden Temple Volvo operates 1 bus from Ambala to Ludhiana with starting price of Rs.899. First bus starts at 02:30 AM and last bus at 02:30 AM.
  • Sai Travels Ambala Ludhiana Rs.799 Sai Travels operates 1 bus from Ambala to Ludhiana with starting price of Rs.799. First bus starts at 12:51 AM and last bus at 12:51 AM.

About Ambala

Ambala is a small city in the state of Haryana, and is currently turning into commercial location. Being the small city, it has handful of locations to visit around. Ambala is divided into two different parts- Ambala Cantonment and Ambala City. Both these places are located approx 3kms, and so it is called as “Twin City”. The city also has the largest base of Indian Army and Indian Air Force. Ambala is known for its cloth market. The market offers different cloth items like- handloom, silk sarees and other kinds of dress materials. Moreover, the city is also known for linen and gold jewelleries. Ambala has a science market where all kinds of science and surgical instruments are available; and so the city is being named as ‘City of Scientific Instruments’. Couple of places to visit in Ambala are: Bhawani Amba Temple and Badshahi Bagh Gurudwara.

About Ludhiana

Ludhiana is the largest city of Punjab and is rightly called as the “Manufacturing Capital” of the state. The city has many historical locations that give the picture of ancient Indian history. Ludhiana has two important religious destinations for both Sikhs and Muslims. The city holds an important role as religious location and is the house of several religious shrines spread across. Besides being the major hub of manufacturing industry, Ludhiana also played a major role in spreading Green Revolution. Ludhiana offers some major tourist attractions like Punjab Agricultural University Museum, Pillar Fort, Lodi Fort, Deer Park, Nehru Rose Garden, Gurudwara Nanaksar Jagraon and other such locations.