Gurudwara Dukh Niwaran Sahib
It is one of the most visited gurudwaras in Ludhiana. Almost 50,000 people from different religions visit this gurudwara every day. Recently, a small part of gurudwara was reconstructed and more land was taken under. This is the first Gurdwara in India to adopt Hi-tech projection which puts Gurbani on wide screens so devotees can better understand the Gurbani.
Gurudwara Sangatasar Sahib (Sheeshe Wala Gurudwara)
This Gurudwara is located at the outskirts of Ludhiana. It is a pure piece of art as it is constructed with the help of glass, even the tile flooring and fans are made up of glass. The real name of gurudwara is Sangatasar Sahib, but it is popular by the name of sheeshe wala gurudwara.
Gurudwara Manji Sahib, Alamgir
Gurudwara Alamgir was made in the memory of Guru Gobind singh ji who had spent few days to recover himself from the tediousness of an unyielding fight against the Machiavellian enemy. Gurudwara Alamgir is situated only 11 kilometers south of Ludhiana along the Ludhiana- Malerkotla highway. There are a lot of mesmerizing stories related to this prestigious place which can be found inside the Gurudwara.
Gurudwara Nanaksar Sahib
Gurudwara Nanaksar is one of those gurudwaras which has great eminence. Unlike other gurudwaras, no one can donate money here. It is located 38 km away from Ludhiana, a remarkable memorial of the Sikh Saint, Baba Nand Singh Kaleranwale. Every year five days fair is held in his memory.
Gurudwara Manji Sahib, Rara Sahib
This Gurudwara has witnessed Sant Isher Singh Ji’s nine-year meditation and self-punishment in the well, which is still intact. This Gurudwara was made by two noble spirits Sant Isher Singh Ji and Sant Kishan Singh Ji. This village was transformed from Rara to Rara Sahib by the visit of the sixth Sikh Guru, Guru Hargobind Ji. Rara Sahib is located 22km south-east of Ludhiana.