#Foodie: Haveli Ludhiana brings Culture of Punjab to Life

As per saying, “cooking with love provides food for the soul”. A greet to Haveli Ludhiana which is located on the outskirts of Ludhiana. Just a few minutes drive will grasp you into another world. It regains one’s consciousness to live. It revitalises the rich Punjabi culture of India. The culture of Punjab in the middle ages was extremely diverse. It brings back to that palatable Punjabi food from Makki di roti, Sarson da saag to Kadai and shahi paneer. If you are feeling punctured from your monotonous food then this place thumbs up for a look up.


The facades of haveli Ludhiana is fragmented into different sections like video games for children and café club for those special teas and to enjoy the astounding weather. There is a gaming and playing area to make your kids busy so that you can enjoy quality time with your loved ones. Remarkable for its Lohri celebration functions and private parties it will make any person go mad for Punjabi culture.


Haveli Ludhiana
Haveli Ludhiana


At the entry level, one will find a marvellous sculpture of a lady with a pot containing rose petals filled with water that gives a soothing experience. It truly depicts how rich the Punjabi culture is.  Haveli Ludhiana is surrounded by wooden tables and famous for its utensils made of copper. The metals used copper, alloys and brass are considered to be beneficial for health. The each corner of every table is surrounded by copper lamps and a round utensil mostly used to knead flour dough in Punjab.



You can find a variety of figures at every corner of traditional women doing various activities like embedding phulkari on suits and making Makhan on chaati. How can one miss the old Punjabi songs which are continuously being played time and again by old singers like yamlaa jatt, surinder kaur.  The tractor at the extreme corner adds a feather to the cap.


Rs 500 for two.



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