Bahawalpur


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Bahawalpur

(bəhä`wəlpo͝or'), city (1998 pop. 403,408), Punjab prov., E central Pakistan, on the Sutlej River. It is a commercial center, trading in wheat, sugarcane, dates, and cotton. Major manufactures are textiles, pottery, carpets, and cottonseed oil. Formerly the capital of the princely state of Bahawalpur, which was founded in the late 18th cent. and acceded to Pakistan in 1947, the city has several palaces and fine buildings, notably the Gulzar Mahal. The city is also known as Baghdad-ul-Jadid.

Bahawalpur

an industrial city in Pakistan: cotton, soap. Pop.: 563 000 (2005 est.)
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The princely state of Bahawalpur has been a center of excellent architecture for last many centuries.
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Airport and at Dring Stadium Bahawalpur on March 09.
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Amir of Bahawalpur Nawab Salahuddin Abbasi attended the ceremony as guest of honour along with General Officers Commanding, notables of the city, lawmakers, judges, lawyers, civil authorities and retired and in-service military officers of Pak Army.
According to a press release issued here, he said that the party had made arrangements to accord a warm welcome to central leaders at Bahawalpur Airport and at Dring Stadium Bahawalpur on March 09.