gujaraaainvaala jila

Pakistani Punjab praant mein gujaraaainvaala jila (laal rang mein)

gujaraaainvaala (urdoo: گaaوaaجaaرaaاaaنaaوaaاaaلaaہ, angreji: Gujranwala) Pakistan ke Punjab praant ka ek jila hai. Gujarat jile ki rajdhani gujaraaainvaala shahar hai. is jile ki chaar tahaseelein hain - gujaraaainvaala, kaamonki, naushaharaaain virkaaain aur vajeeraabaad. yeh jila Pakistani Punjab praant ke poorvottar mein sthit hai. iski seemaaeain uttar mein Gujarat jile se, poorvottar mein siyaalakot jile se, dakshin aur dakshin poorv mein shekhupura jile se, pashchim mein haafijaabaad jile se aur pashchimottar mein mandi bahaauddeen jile se lagateen hain.

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vivran

gujaraaainvaala jile mein san 2010 mein 49,10,600 logon ki aabaadi thi. iska kshetrafal kreeb 5,988 varg kimi hai. is jile ke asaroor gaaainv ko cheeni dharmayaatri hven tsaang dvaara varnit praacheen taaki shahar ke roop mein pahachaana gaya hai. yahaaain bahut se bauddh dharm se sambandhit khaindahar hain. dheere-dheere yeh shahar gumanaam ho gaya aur Punjab mein Lahore mukhya shahar ke roop mein ubhara.[1] aage chalakar is kshetr ka naam gujjar logon par pada (gujaraaainvaala 'gujjar wala' ka punjabi roop hai).[2] jab Punjab mein sikh dharm ubhara to aane vaale mahaaraaja ranajeet Singh ke daada, charat Singh ne ise apna aur apne putr ka gadh bana liya, haalaanki tab yeh ek jangali-dehaati ilaaka maana jaata tha. mahaaraaja ranajeet Singh isi jile mein paida hue aur jab tak unhonne Lahore par kbja naheen kar liya tab tak yahi unki rajdhani bana raha. aajaadi se pehle is jile ke 50% log muslim, 30% hindu aur 10% sikh the, lekin Bhaarat ke vibhaajan ke baad ab yeh jila lagbhag 100% muslim hai.

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  1. Imperial gazetteer of India, Sir William Wilson Hunter, Great Britain. India Office, Clarendon Press, 1908, ... The village of Asarur has been identified as the site of the town of Tse-kie or Taki, visited by Hiuen Tsiang about AD 630, and described by him as the capital of the Punjab. Here immense ruins of Buddhist origin are still to be seen ...
  2. Costumes and ornaments of Chamba, Kamal Prashad Sharma, Surinder Mohan Sethi, Indus Publishing, 1997, ISBN 978-81-7387-067-5, ... There are many localities and regions called after Gurjaras. Gujranwala, Gujarat and Gujjar Khan (in west Punjab) are associated with these people ...