Events & Festivals in Ludhiana

Ludhiana is a land of various colorful fairs and festivals that showcase the cultural heritage of the city. The most important festivals celebrated here are Lohri, Baisakhi, Basant Panchami and Holi. Lohri is the major festival which is celebrated in December-January or the last day of Poh. Baisakhi is the harvest festival which is celebrated with great fanfare. Besides, a number of unique fairs such as Chhapar Mela, Roshni Mela, Jarag Mela and Kisan Mela are also organized in the city.


Jan 15, 2016
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Makar Sankranti  - The Harvest Festival
Duration: 1 Day

Makar Sankranti is considered as an auspicious festival by the Hindus and is celebrated in every part of the country in innumerable forms, gaiety, and devotion. This festival is marked when the sun moves from the T...

Jan 16, 2016
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Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti  - The Last Guru of Sikhism
Duration: 1 Day

There are ten gurus who are worshipped by the Sikhs. The tenth guru was Guru Gobind Singh. His birthday is celebrated as the Guru Gobind Singh Jayanthi. He was the last guru. There will be more celebrations by the ...

Jan 26, 2016
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Republic Day  - Display of Unity and Patriotism
Duration: 1 Day

The Republic day Celebrations mark the date on which the Constitution of India came into force. Though India became independent of British Rule on August 15th 1947, it did not have a permanent constituti...

Nov 14, 2016
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Guru Nanak Jayanti
Duration: 1 Days

Guru Nanak Dev was the founder of Sikhism. He was born in 1469 AD in a village, Rai-Bhoj-di Talwandi near Lahore, Pakistan. He was born in a Bedi kshtriya family. Of the ten gurus in Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev was the ...

Dec 25, 2016
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Christmas  - Grand Christian Festival
Duration: 1 Day

Many Christians from all over the country celebrate Birthday of Lord Jesus Christ as Christmas Day held on December 25th.

 

There are many churches spread all over the country ...

Jan 1, 2017
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New Year  - The best time for resolutions
Duration: 1 Day

New Year symbolizes happiness, celebrations, joy, and excitement. New Year is celebrated grandly to bid farewell to the gone year and welcome the New Year with pleasure. The New Year celebrations start from the 31<...

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