Pakpattan

What is Pakpattan known for?


local+manufacture

, and Karachi, and fruits from Afghanistan. The exports consist principally of cotton, wheat, and oilseeds. The town has a local manufacture of silk lungis and lacquer-work. It contains a vernacular middle school and a dispensary. From 1849 to 1852 it was the headquarters of the District. Famous shrines in Pakpatan *Fariduddin Ganjshakar *Darbar Khwaja Aziz Maki *Syed Amoor Ul Hassan Shah Universities *Govt. Faridia Post Graduate College *University


famous

, and Karachi, and fruits from Afghanistan. The exports consist principally of cotton, wheat, and oilseeds. The town has a local manufacture of silk lungis and lacquer-work. It contains a vernacular middle school and a dispensary. From 1849 to 1852 it was the headquarters of the District. Famous shrines in Pakpatan *Fariduddin Ganjshakar *Darbar Khwaja Aziz Maki *Syed Amoor Ul Hassan Shah Universities *Govt. Faridia Post Graduate College *University

of Lahore(Baba Farid Campus) *Allama Iqbal Institute Of Management Sciences (AIMS) *Virtual University of Pakistan(Pakpattan campus) *Punjab College(Punjab Group of Colleges) *Superior college *Govt.Higher Secondary School *Pakpattan Poly Technical (Techinal College) References Category:Populated places in Pakpattan District 220px thumb Punjab is famous for various shrines of Sufi (File:Data Sahib night view.JPG) saints and Data durbar

Farīduddīn Ganj-i-Shakar (d. 1265), whose dargāh (dargah) is at Pakpattan, (Pakistan). Farīduddīn's most famous disciple was Nizāmuddīn Auliyā' (Nizamuddin Auliya) (d. 1325) popularly referred to as Mahbūb-e-Ilāhī (God's beloved), whose dargāh is located in South Delhi. death_date 1798 death_place Malka Hans, Pakpattan, Punjab (Punjab region) occupation Poet Dera seems here to be a derivative of Bhera as it is close to Pakpattan and the lake close by Kallar


population quot

; ref According to the 1998 census of Pakistan, Burewala had about 150,000 people. World 66 Burewala Travel Guide Retrieved on 28 August 2007 As of 2000, it is the 31st biggest city in Pakistan by population.


fashion

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War College - Paramilitary forces of Pakistan - Pakistan Peoples Party - Pakistan Peoples Party (Sherpao) - Pakistan Quarters - Pakistan Railways - Pakistan Resolution - Pakistan School of Fashion Design - Pakistan Social Democratic Party - Pakistan Standard Time - Pakistan Steel Mills - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf - Pakistan Telecommunication Authority - Pakistan Telecommunication Company - Pakistan Test cricket umpires - Pakistani


journalism

Party - Pakistan Peoples Party (Sherpao) - Pakistan Quarters - Pakistan Railways - Pakistan Resolution - Pakistan School of Fashion Design - Pakistan Social Democratic Party - Pakistan Standard Time - Pakistan Steel Mills - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf - Pakistan Telecommunication Authority - Pakistan Telecommunication Company - Pakistan Test cricket umpires - Pakistani literature - Pakistan in Beauty Pageants - Pakistani music journalism

literature - Pakistan in Beauty Pageants - Pakistani music journalism - Pakistani name - Pakistani national cricket captains - Pakistani Web Directories - Pakpattan - Pakpattan District - Paktia - Paktika - Palas (Kohistan) - Palijo - Panchkora Valley of Dir - Pancika - Panegyric - Panhwar - Paniala - Pāṇini - Panjgur District - Panjkora - Panjnad River - Panmah Glacier - Panmah Muztagh - Pantaleon


early education

, the Chistiyya spread its roots all across India. wikipedia:Pakpattan


quot population

; ref According to the 1998 census of Pakistan, Burewala had about 150,000 people. World 66 Burewala Travel Guide Retrieved on 28 August 2007 As of 2000, it is the 31st biggest city in Pakistan by population.


ancient history

of the Sutlej. The ancient history of the district is obscure. The populated areas in ancient times was restricted to the banks of the river Sutlej where seasonal inundation permitted some cultivation (Tillage). The rest of the area was a vast sandy scrap-land at best affording pastures itinerant herdsmen. The riparian tract formed the state of Fatehpur during the time of Akbar the Great (Akbar). This was ruled by Fateh Khan of Joya family who founded and gave his name to the town of Fatehpur. Fatehpur is still in existence about 15 kilometres to the south of Mailsi and is the oldest town of Mailsi subdivision. It has some remains of archaeological value. '''Burewala''' ( wikipedia:Pakpattan


jat

. Their subclans include the Rabera's,Gogera's Jurrera's, Masrera's, Lakhwera's, Sangoka's, Beguka's etc.They were the most powerful and influential pastoral clan of their time.However due to the mass migration of immigrants from East Punjab, and the development of the canal colonies by the British (United Kingdom), their power declined and they became absorbed in the agrarian society. The ones of Rajput origin use the prefix 'Rai', whereas many of Jat origin will use another prefix


mausoleum

Kahar lake and the people Khukhrain. Image:Asif Khan Mausoleum.jpg Abdul Hasan Asaf Khan's decrepit Timurid-style Mausoleum at Shahdara Bagh, Lahore,He was the brother of Empress Nur Jehan and father of Empress Mumtaz Mahal. Image:Khawaja Ghulam Farid tomb at Kot Mithan.jpg Khwaja Ghulam Farid

's Mausoleum at Kot Mithan. The people of Muzaffargarh use Multan International Airport because it is nearer to Muzaffargarh and a 25 minute drive. Multan International Airport is an airport situated 10 km away from the city centre of Multan. It is not as large as the other airports in Pakistan, as it operates to cater mainly to the population of Multan, Vehari, Khanewal, Rajanpur, Sahiwal, and Pakpattan to mainly to other points within Pakistan as well

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