Sahiwal District

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Sahiwal District

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Sahiwal Division () is a Division in the Punjab province of Pakistan. As of 1998, it had a population of 1,843,194 people, 16.27% of which were located in urban areas. Since 2008, Sahiwal Division along with Okara District and Pakpattan District has comprised the Sahiwal Division. The city of Sahiwal is the capital of both the district and the division. About 18 miles south-west of Sahiwal is Harappa, an ancient city of the world, oldest urban center of Harappan or Indus civilization in South Asia. About 28 miles (45 km) west of Sahiwal, at Kamalia, is the site of a Malli city captured by Alexander the Great in 325 bc. Pop. (1998) city, 207,388. Sahiwal city(Urdu: ساہیوال) is a city in Punjab, Pakistan. This city was a small village on the Karachi-Lahore railway line during 1865 when it was named Montgomery after Sir Robert Montgomery, then Lieutenant-Governor of Punjab. Its current name was reinstated in 1966 after the Sahi clan of Kharal Rajputs who were the inhabitants of this area. It is the administrative centre of Sahiwal Division and Sahiwal Division. The districts of Okara and Pakpattan are in Sahiwal division. Sahiwal is approximately 180 km from the major city Lahore. And it is the biggest city between Lahore and Multan. The population is 207,388 (1998 Pakistan Census). SahiwalDivisionis included in the former Multan Division and is between 30-39 north latitude and 73-06 longitude. The city is in the densely populated...
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