Luddan

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Luddan
لُڈّن
City
Luddan is located in Punjab, Pakistan
Luddan
Luddan
Luddan is located in Pakistan
Luddan
Luddan
Coordinates: 29°53′46″N 72°33′31″E / 29.89611°N 72.55861°E / 29.89611; 72.55861Coordinates: 29°53′46″N 72°33′31″E / 29.89611°N 72.55861°E / 29.89611; 72.55861
Country Pakistan
Province Punjab
District Vehari District

Luddan (Urdu: لُڈّن‎), is a town located on the bank of the Sutlej in Vehari District Punjab, Pakistan. It is about 27 km (17 mi) away from city of Vehari and 24 km away from Hasilpur. Luddan is a rich agriculture area, with cotton, maize, rice and sugarcane being major crops. Mian Mumtaz Ahmad Daultana, former Chief Minister of Punjab, (1951 to 1953) was born here.

The main tribes of Luddan are Kharal, Arain, Lakhwera, Daultana, Joiyas, Sargana, Gazar, Taili and Khokhar.tajwana, tawana, dhuddy, machy, sahbzaada,meo, channar,