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Location : Punjab
Languages : Punjabi, Hindi
Climate : Tropical
Major Attractions : Local Industries
Best Visiting Time : Winter season
Positioned within Malerkotla district, Ahmedgarh is an agriculture-based city and is laced with numerous small scale units that have been set up here. Also famous as a dry port of India, the city is acting as a municipal council of Sangrur District. Ahmed Ali Kahn laid down the foundation of the place in the early twentieth century. It is located at about 26 km from the city of Ludhiana and is accessible by roads.
Agriculture Market : The city's agriculture market is quiet developed. The crops that are grown widely here are wheat and rice. A plethora of small scale industries have flourished recently. The proximity to neighboring industrial cities of Ludhiana and Malerkotla is a boon to these industries. The city is also famous for manufacturing agricultural implements including "dati", "khurpa", "kahi" etc. Shreyans is the renowned paper industry. Another industry that has fully flourished here is that of gold and jewelry.
Nice accommodations are available in the places around Ahmedgarh. Pushap Palace, Regent Park, Nagpal Regency, Hotel Monarch, Hotel Maple etc are located in Ludhiana and welcome the visitors with their fine facilities.
A few good restaurants are present in the area surrounding the city.
There are no particular tourist destinations that Ahmedgarh can boast of; you can visit the city for having a peep into its rusticity and rural economy.