Ludhiana city is known as Manchester of India. It is also the Industrial Hub for manufacturing industries, Woollen, Machine Tools, Sewing Machines, Generators, Forging, Diesel Engines, Tyres and host of other utility and consumer goods. Ludhiana has over 40,000 registered Industrial units. Ludhiana is Asia's largest Hub for bicycle manufacturing and produces 60% of India's Automotive Parts for Two Wheelers, Three Wheelers and Tractors. Ludhiana’s estimated population is 16,18,879 as per 2011 census. Ludhiana is well connected by Rail and road and it is located on the Grand Trunk Road.
Jalandhar was the Capital of the State of Punjab up till Chandigarh was formed in 1966. Population of Jalandhar city is 8,62,886 as per the census of 2011. The city is well connected with the other areas of the State and the Country through various State and National Highways and the Rail Links. The City is well known for the production of Sports goods & equipment, Automobile Parts, Surgical Instruments, Rubber Goods, Leather and Tool Industries. The City has over 20,000 registered Small Scale, Medium and Large Industries.
Kutch East accounts for 13.74% of total district area of 45,692 sq km. It is the largest district of India. Population of Kutch East as per census 2011 is 966,053. The key towns are Anjar, Rapar, Bachau and Gandhidham. Kutch is mineral rich region with very large reserve of Lignite, Bauxite, Gypsum among other minerals. Total vehicles registered in Kutch district are 866,227.