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  Bahawalpur - Encyclopedia.com
Ahmad and Muhammad Farooq are juvenile prisoners in the Bahawalpur Borstal Jail in Pakistan's Punjab province.
A native of Bahawalpur, Azhar was released from an Indian prison...
9 Monywa 4 Bhairahwa 1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9 Bahawalpur 2,3,4,6,7,8,9 Dera Ismail Khan 2,3,7...
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 Bahawalpur travel guide
The Royal House of Bahawalpur is said to be of Arabic origin and claim descent from Abbas, progenitor of the Abbasid Caliphs of Baghdad and Cairo.
This park, 36 kms to the east of Bahawalpur, is a combination of a natural lake and a beautiful forest on 77480 acres of land on both sides of the Bahawal canal having watchtowers, catching ground, tourist huts, rest-houses, camping grounds and treks for the visitors and lovers of adventure.
The region surrounding Bahawalpur to the west, called the Sindh, is a fertile alluvial tract in the Sutlej River valley that is irrigated by floodwaters, planted with groves of date palms, and thickly populated.
www.world66.com /asia/southasia/pakistan/bahawalpur   (4241 words)

  
  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Bahawalpur
Bahawalpur is located south of the Sutlej River and it lies in the Cholistan region.
It was the capital of the former princely state of Bahawalpur.
The Royal House of Bahawalpur is said to be of Arabic origin and claim descent from Abbas, progenitor of the Abbasid Caliphs of Baghdad and Cairo.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Bahawalpur   (658 words)

  
  Bahawalpur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bahawalpur is located south of the Sutlej River and it lies in the Cholistan region.
It was the capital of the former princely state of Bahawalpur.
The State of Bahawalpur was one of the largest states of British India, more than 450 kilometres long, and was ruled by a Muslim ruler who decided to join Pakistan at the time of independence in 1947, but the state maintained its sovereignty until 1955.
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 State of Bahawalpur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The State of Bahawalpur was a princely state of the Punjab in what is now Pakistan, stretching along the southern bank of the Sutlej and Indus Rivers, with its capital city at Bahawalpur.
Bahawalpur used the postage stamps of British India until 1945.
Although the title was abolished in 1955, the current head of the House of Bahawalpur (Salar ud-din Muhammad Khan) uses the title informally.
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 Bahawalpur District,Bahawal Pur History,District Boundaries,Climate & Vegetation,Areas of Bahawalpur,Bahawal Pur ...
Bahawalpur is located south of the Sutlej River and it lies in the Cholistan region.
The State of Bahawalpur was one of the largest states of British India, more than 450 kilometres long, and was ruled by a Muslim ruler who decided to join Pakistan at the time of independence in 1947, but the state maintained its sovereignty until 1955.
Bahawalpur District is one of the districts in Pakistan.
www.southpunjab.com /bahawalpur   (395 words)

  
 Bahawalpur
Bahawalpur originally was a vassal of the great Sikh empire built by Maharajah Ranjeet Singh.
In the Anglo Sikh wars Bahawalpur supported the British and this gurantedd its survival.
During the 1960's the Nawab agreed for Bahawalpur to be absorbed into modern Pakistan.
www.maharaja.freeserve.co.uk /bahawalpur.html   (111 words)

  
 Bahawalpur Rural Development Project Phase II : Pakistan [39577-01] - ADB.org
The defund Bahawalpur Division consiting of three districts (Bahawalpur, Bahawalnaga, and Rahim Yar Khan) in Southern Punjab is one of the least developed regions in Pakistan with fewer investments made historically.
Basic infrastructure was insufficiently provided in particular in rural area where 78% of the 7.64 million populations in the three districts live in.
Ongoing Bahawalpur Rural Development Project (BRDP, Loan 1467-PAK, approved on 26 Sep 1996 for $38 million, and to be closed on 30 June 2006) has been successfully addressing lack of rural infrastructures (roads, irrigation, electrification), and promoted social mobilziation for community-based development in this poor area.
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Bahawalpur has a modest museum with a fine collection of coins, medals, postage stamps of former State of Bahawalpur, manuscripts documents, inscriptions, wood carvings, camel skin paintings, historical models and stone carvings etc. of Islamic and pre-Islamic period.
There is a complete set of medals of all classes issued by the ex-state to its military officers/civilians and to other important citizens of the ex-state.
Bahawalpur has one of the finest Stadiums in the country having fine cricket grounds, two football grounds, one basketball court and six lawn tennis courts and a covered swimming pool.
www.tourism.gov.pk /what_see_bahawalpur_punjab.htm   (656 words)

  
 Bahawalpur
The State of Bahawalpur was one of the largest states of British India, more than 450 kilometres long, and was ruled by a Muslim ruler who decided to join Pakistan at the time of partition in 1947, but the state maintained its sovereignty until 1955.
Bahawalpur is has the only railroad bridge over the Sutlej river, making it an important rail centre.
The famous fort of Derawar is located near the city, being the private fort of the former royal family who continue to be major political players in Pakistan.
www.findpk.com /cities/html/bahawalpur.html   (190 words)

  
 Bahawalpur - Indian Princely State
This flag was adopted by the Souvereign in 1935 after his pilgrimage to Mecca; note that Emir Sadiq Mohammed Khan V reigned 1907-1947.
The Emir of Bahawalpur claims descent from the Abbassid Caliphs and he is the Head of the "Deodpatra" brotherhood, a patriarchal confederation, rather than a state.
Strangely, 1935, the year this flag was adopted, was the year that Sadiq Muhammad Khan V performed the hajj, but there is no mention of that in his name on the flag.
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/in-bahaw.html   (588 words)

  
 The Architectural Heritage of Bahawalpur : ALL THINGS PAKISTAN
It was comprised of three districts (Bahawalpur, Bahawalnagar and Rahim Yar Khan).
The Nawabs of Bahawalpur conquered it in eighteenth century.
The army is in the possession of Gulzar Mahal where the Nawab used to live during his visit to Bahawalpur as it is adjacent to Darbar Mahal where he used to hold his court.
pakistaniat.com /2006/11/07/bahawalpur-architecture   (1524 words)

  
 Bahawalpur v Karachi Blues at Bahawalpur, 17-20 October 2000
Bahawalpur v Karachi Blues at Bahawalpur, 17-20 October 2000
Bahawalpur Cricket Association v Karachi Cricket Association Blues
Result: Bahawalpur Cricket Association won by 4 wickets.
www.cricinfo.com /link_to_database/ARCHIVE/2000-01/PAK_LOCAL/QEA/SCORECARDS/BHLPR_KARACHI-B_QEA_17-20OCT2000.html   (116 words)

  
 Bahawalpur v Faisalabad at Bahawalpur, 4-7 Nov 2000
Bahawalpur v Faisalabad at Bahawalpur, 4-7 Nov 2000
Day 1: Bahawalpur Cricket Association 121, Faisalabad Cricket Association 98/6 (Ijaz Ahmed 32*, Wasim Haider 10*)
Day 3: Bahawalpur Cricket Association 256, Faisalabad Cricket Association 168/7 (Wasim Haider 51*, Farooq Iqbal 4*)
www.cricinfo.com /link_to_database/ARCHIVE/2000-01/PAK_LOCAL/QEA/SCORECARDS/BHLPR_FSLBD_QEA_04-07NOV2000.html   (108 words)

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