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About Bahawalpur

Date Of Built: 1748

 Population Ranking in Pakistan: 15th

Area:      237.2Km2          

Union Councils in Bahawalpur:36

Bahawalpur’s height from sea level: 181m   

Population: 798509

Bahawalpur (Rajputana State)

Bahawalpur postal code: 63100.

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Bahawalpur is a city located in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Bahawalpur is the 15th largest city in Pakistan with an estimated population of 798,509. Bahawalpur forms part of the region of southern Punjab - a distinct region culturally influenced the ancient cities of Multan and Uch Sharif.

Founded in 1748, Bahawalpur was the capital of the former princely state of Bahawalpur, ruled by ruling Abbasi family of Nawabs until 1955. The Nawabs left a rich architectural legacy, and Bahawalpur is now known for its monuments dating from that period. The city also lies at the edge of the Cholistan Desert, and serves as the gateway to the nearby Lal Suhanra National Park.

District Bahawalpur spreads over an area of 24,830 square kilometres. Bahawalnagar and Rahim Yar Khan districts form its boundaries in the East and West respectively, while Lodhran and Vehari districts are situated in the North across the river Sutlej, which flows from North-East to North-West. On the South and South-East the district forms the international Border with India.

District Bahawalpur has very hot and dry climate in summer and dry and cold climate in winter. The maximum temperature rises to 48ºC while the minimum temperature falls to 7ºC. Wind and dust storms are frequent during the summer. The average annual rain-fall in the district is 200 mm.

The district may be divided into three parts, i.e., the riverain area, the irrigated area and the desert area. The riverain area lies close to the river Sutlej, which flows in the North along its boundary with Lodhran and Vehari districts. The area is inundated during floods. The irrigated tract is higher than the riverain area. Most of the land has been brought under cultivation. The desert area is known as Cholistan. It extends along the entire Eastern boundary of Bahawalnagar district in the North and Rahim Yar Khan district in the South. The surface of the desert consists of a succession of sand dunes rising in places to a height of 150 metres.

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