Religious places, festivities and sports
Jangpur proudly contains a range of worship spaces. For instance it has Sikh Gurdwaras, Hindu Mandirs and Mata Rani, Sufi Khaneh-gah (literally — 'house of the present time'), and unaffiliated (non-orthodoxic) Asthaan Baabe Shaheedan (literally — 'place of the martyr elders').
It holds a ton of religious and non-religious events and the youngsters show a great passion for sports especially Football (Soccer). To have a look at some photographs of these events, kindly see the Gallery page.
Jangpur organise an annual fair at the Khaneh-gah in remembrance of the Peer [saint for Sufi] Baba Buddhe Shah Ji and his devotee Bibi Kaushalya. The fair is a four day event and hosts rides such as pendulum and giant wheel, and also has sweet shops and toy shops.
Jangpur holds two Nagar Kirtans or Khalsa day parades as they are known in the west. Gurdwara Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib organises one on the Martyrdom day of Guru Teg Bahadur Ji, whereas the second Gurdwara takes on the one on the birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.
Nearby villages and townships
In its immediate vicinity, Jangpur has the township of Mullanpur, and Dakha village to its north. Mohie village is in the south, Rurka in south-east, and Bhanohad to its north-east. Finally, it has Raqba in the south-west, and Mandiani to the west.
Some other notable villages in fair close vicinity
 Villages & Towns in Ludhiana West Tehsil of Ludhiana, Punjab [Internet]. Census2011.co.in. 2020 [cited 2 May 2020]. Available from: https://www.census2011.co.in/data/subdistrict/228-ludhiana-west-ludhiana-punjab.html
 Jangpur [Internet]. en.wikipedia.org. [cited 1 May 2020]. Available from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jangpur