Payal is a city in Ludhiana area in the Punjab, India. Payal is articulated pie 'al and is a prevalent Indian name that implies anklets in Hindi. It is an antiquated city, exceptionally old sanctuaries more than 64, worked in time or Mugal times, and furthermore discover old workmanship pictures in sanctuaries. It likewise has around six Gurudwaras and couple of mosques. And furthermore there is an old fortress, which has a young ladies school inside.
Its unique pictures and shapes have been decimated, and a couple of political individuals are making shops under it. Payal Fort is a fortress worked by Maharaja Amar Singh of Patiala in Payal with the co-task of the Mughals in 1771. At present, an open young ladies secondary school is being kept running from the stronghold. Serai Lashkari Khan situated on Highway number One close Gurdwara Manji Sahib, Kotan in Ludhiana District, Punjab is an authentic hotel worked by moghul military general Lashkari Khan, in the reign of Emperor Aurangzeb in 1667.