The Punjab Agricultural University Museum is one of the must-visit establishment in Ludhiana as it takes you on a trip to the ancient glory and pillage of the highly hardworking city and through its development from an agricultural background to its present modern glory. The museum features old tools used for farming along with some insights into the societal structure of the city.
The Phillaur post has an intriguing history behind it. Arranged on the Grand Trunk Road, it has a historically recorded foundation. The town of Phillaur in which the fortress is found owes it source to a Sanghera Jat, Phul, who named it after himself as "Phulnagar". The Naru Rajputs of Mau, a close-by township, had gotten an eyeful of Phillaur and in the end, under their Chief Rae Shahr, they wrested it from the Jats.