PUAT, is an old village in Ludhiana district, 8 km east of Machhivara (30Â°55`N, 76Â°12`E). Guru Gobind Singh passed through this village after quitting Chamkaur on the night of 7 December 1705. but there was no Sikh shrine constructed here. It was only after the migrations of 1947 that
QILA GUJJAR SINGH, a residential area within the limits of Lahore, was designated a "fort" when in April 1765 the city was parcelled out among the three Bharigi Sardars, Gujjar Singh, Lahina Singh and Sobha Singh. The area outside the walled city of Lahore, about five square miles,
DOABA REGION of the Punjab lying between 30Â° 57` to 32Â° 7` North latitudes and 75Â° 4` to 76Â° 30` East longitudes, and bounded by the Himalayas on the east, and by the Beas on the north and the west, and the Sutlej on the south, embracing the present
GAUHAR SINGH (d. 1763), a Siddhu Jatt, was founder of the famous village of Atari in Amritsar district. Dhira, son of Jagmal, an ancestor of Gauhar Singh, was the first of the family to migrate to Mehraj Phul area, in present day Bathinda district, from Jaisalmer about the year
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