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remains and is now located in a busy market in the inner city. The Bahawalpur Museum and Bahawalpur National Library house various collections of coins, medals, postage stamps of the former state of Bahawalpur, manuscripts, documents, inscriptions, wood carvings, camel skin paintings, historical models and stone carvings from Islamic and pre-Islamic eras. There is a complete set of medals of all classes issued by the ex-state to its military officers, civilians, and other important citizens of the ex-state. The city also has several mausoleums of prominent leaders who fought and defended the region over several thousands of years. Some of the most prolific include the tombs of Channen Peer Tomb Yazman and Mausoleums of Haugha Sahib. There is also an old fort of Munde Shahid, 50 km from Bahawalpur and Marot Fort, which are considered to be antiquities. A place outside the Marot Fort is known as 'Baithak Maula Ali'. The tomb of Naugaza is located in the Munde Sharif Fort. Education Public schools The city is served by Sadiq Public School, one of the largest boarding schools in Pakistan. thumb Al-Maktoum Library (File:sadiq public school almaktoum library.jpg) Private schools


, 3-A Trust colony, Bahawalpur or you can camp. Do Buy You can buy local tie and dye clothes (Chunri) from the local markets. Silver jewelry is also very pretty. Handmade close sandals (with embroidery) called ''khussas'' are also available at affordable prices (about $5 for a pair).To shop for clothes you can visit Outfitters, crossroads, riverstone, boom fashion. Eat Sohn Halwa: Sohn Halwa is the most special sweet dish of Bahawalpur. You can buy most delicious and fantastic Sohn Halwa mixed with dry fruits and nuts from certain old halwa maker shops. *

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after taking off, the control tower lost contact with the aircraft which began flying erratically and eventually nosedived and exploded on impact. There are a number of conspiracy theories behind the crash due to the fact that there was never a thorough investigation despite the fact that some of Pakistan's most powerful military officials lost their lives. During the Second Anglo-Maratha War of 1803-1805, some of the states in the region gave their allegiance to General Gerard Lake

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language to convey his teachings.Multan is located in a bend created by five rivers of central Pakistan. The Sutlej River separates it from Bahawalpur and the Chenab River from Muzaffar Garh. The city has grown to become an influential political and economical center for the country, with a dry port and excellent transport links. Multan is famous for its crops: wheat, cotton and sugar cane as well as mangoes, citrus, guavas and pomegranates

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Bahawalpur, Pakistan death_place Early life Azhar was born in Bahawalpur on July 10, 1968 as one of ten siblings although some sources list his birth date as August 7, 1968 as the third of 11 children. His father, Allah Bakhsh Shabir, was the headmaster at a government-run school, and his family operated a dairy and poultry farm. Azhar studied at the Jamia Uloom ul Islamia Banuri Town in Karachi, where

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-ur ), colloquially known as ''Islamia University'', is located in Bahawalpur, Punjab (Punjab (Pakistan)), Pakistan. University has many faculties including Engineering, Pharmacy and Alternative Medicine, Science, Arts, Languages, Social Sciences, Business and Information Technology. The university is currently ranked at No. 13 in general category of HEC (Higher Education Commission of Pakistan) universities ref>


(a Kasba) located in tehsil Khanpur along with Indus River and approximately 35 Km away from Khanpur city is the birth place of Khawaja Ghulam Fareed (The national poet of saraiki).Only Urban Town of Tehsil Khanpur namely ZAHIR PIR is situated about 22 km from Khanpur city on National Highay(N-5)(KLP Road)having population of more than 50000. Distribution The Bhutta and the Bhutta Arains (Bhutta (Arain)) are found mainly in southern Punjab, in the districts of Multan

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and dam projects provide the basis for Pakistan's large production of crops such as cotton, sugarcane and wheat. The dams also generate electricity for heavy industries and urban centres. - align center style "background:YellowGreen;" 7 align left '''Bahawalpur''' align left Bahawalpur (Bahawalpur District) 543,929 - When The Soomra Dynasty lost ties with the Abbasid Caliphate after the Siege of Baghdad (1258) and the Soomro

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Sohn Halwa mixed with dry fruits and nuts from certain old halwa maker shops. *


name Bahawalpur other_name settlement_type City image_skyline imagesize image_caption !-- * Noor Mahal (:File:Front Elevation of Noor Mahal.jpg) * Abbasi Mosque (:File:Abbasi Mosque Bahawalpur.jpg) * Derawar Fort (:File:Beautiful cloud formation during Sunset over Derawar Fort.jpg) * Bahawal Stadium (:File:Dring.png) * Bahawalpur National Library (:File:Sir Sadiq Library 6063.jpg) * Shrine of Jalaluddin Bukhari (:File:Tomb of Bibi Jawi and Shrine of Hazrat Jalaluddin Bukhari.jpg) -- pushpin_map Pakistan pushpin_label_position pushpin_mapsize 300 pushpin_map_caption Location in Pakistan coordinates_display inline,title coordinates_region PK subdivision_type Country subdivision_name Pakistan subdivision_type1 Region (Subdivisions of Pakistan) subdivision_name1 Punjab (Punjab, Pakistan) subdivision_type2 District (Districts of Pakistan) subdivision_name2 Bahawalpur District subdivision_type3 Tehsil subdivision_name3 Bahawalpur Tehsil subdivision_type4 Union councils subdivision_name4 36 government_footnotes http: portal portal media-type html group 320 page default.psml js_pane P-103d7b410be-10000?nav left http: depts pco index.html government_type leader_title Nazim leader_name ---------------- leader_title1 Naib nazim leader_name1 established_title established_date area_total_km2 237.2 area_metro_km2 population_as_of 2011 population_footnotes population_note population_total 855509 population_density_km2 838 population_urban 545103 population_density_urban_km2 latd 29 latm 23 lats 44 latNS N longd 71 longm 41 longs 1 longEW E elevation_footnotes elevation_m 461 elevation_ft 1512 timezone PST (Pakistan Standard Time) utc_offset +5 timezone_DST PDT (Pakistan Standard Time) utc_offset_DST +6 postal_code_type Postal code type postal_code 63100 area_code 062 blank_name blank_info website footnotes Bahawalpur Government Website

'''Bahawalpur''' (Punjabi (Punjabi language), ), located in Punjab (Punjab, Pakistan), is the 12th largest (List of most populated metropolitan areas in Pakistan) city in Pakistan. In 2007, the city's population was recorded to have risen to 798,509 from 403,408 in 1998. http: area.htm The city is capital of Bahawalpur District. The city was once the capital of the former princely state and later the province of Bahawalpur (Bahawalpur (princely state)). The city was home to various Nawabs (rulers) and counted as part of the Rajputana states (now Rajasthan, India). The city is known for its famous palaces such as the Noor Mahal, Sadiq Ghar Palace, and Darbar Mahal, as well as the ancient fort of Derawar (Derawar Fort) in the Cholistan Desert bordering India. The city is located near the historical and ancient cities of Uch and Harappa, which were once a stronghold of the Delhi Sultanate and Indus Valley Civilisation. The city is home to one of the few natural safari parks in Pakistan, Lal Suhanra National Park.

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