In the Indian state of Punjab, Ludhiana is a city that finds its origin from the era of Lodhi dynasty (1451-1526 A.D). The city is the largest of all the cities in Punjab. Census 2011 reported the city was dwelled by the human population of around 1,618,879. However, the immigration/influx of laborers from Delhi, Bihar and the eastern state of Uttar Pradesh gives occasional rise to the scale of its existing population. The city is located on the old bank of Sutlej River. Long time back, BBC termed Ludhiana as India’s Manchester. Chandigarh, the capital city of Punjab, is located from Ludhiana at the traveling distance of 98 km. The city is renowned to be the center of textile and light engineering. It is also recognized for being one of the biggest suppliers of hosiery goods across East and West Indian domains.