Punjabi Language spoken cities in Pakistan

Punjabi is local language, spoken in the following cities or towns in Pakistan.


  • Attock

    Attock

    Attock is located on the bank of the River Indus on the Pothohar Plateau, at the distance of 80 km from Rawalpindi and 100 km from Peshawar. Attock is famous for the magnificent view of the merger of the River Indus and Kabul River that is visible from the bridge over the River Indus on Grand Trunk Road.
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  • Bahawalpur

    Bahawalpur is the twelfth largest city in Pakistan, located in Punjab immediately south of the Sutlej River, with a splendid view of 4,250 ft long Empress Bridge over the Sutlej River. Bahawalpur was the former capital of Bahawalpur State ruled by Nawabs, part of Rajputana States. Now the buildings of Nawabs are opened for the public.
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  • Bhimber

    Bhimber, also known as Baab-e-Kashmir, is situated at the distance of 50 km from Mirpur on the border between Azad Kashmir and Punjab. It was historically on the location on the route that was followed by the Mughals to visit the Kashmir Valley. It was got the status of district in 1996.
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  • Chichawatni

    Chichawatni is situated on the old G. T. Road in the Sahiwal District in Punjab, Pakistan, at the distance of 218 km from Lahore.
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  • Faisalabad

    Faisalabd, a major industrial center and 3rd most populated city in Pakistan, is located in the northeast alluvial plain of Punjab at the center of the lower Rachna Doab, at the distance of 184km from Lahore through Islamabad-Lahore Motorway M-2 turn left from Pindi Bhattian, 143 Km through Faisalabad Road.
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  • Gujranwala

    Gujranwala is the third-largest industrial city of Pakistan at a distance of 96 km from Lahore on G. T. Road. It is also known as the city of wrestlers as well as the city of food lovers. It is the fifth most populous city in Pakistan. It is also known as the Golden Triangle of industrial cities, as it plays a major role in the exports of Pakistan.
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  • Hyderabad

    Hyderabad, the second largest city of Sindh, is located at the distance of 150 km from Karachi on the left bank of the Indus River on National Highway N-5. It was founded by Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro in 1768 during the Kalhora dynasty.
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  • Islamabad

    Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, is located in the northeastern part of Pakistan in the Pothohar Plateau on the foot of Margalla Hills at a distance of 295 km from Lahore at an elevation of 1770 feet above sea level. It can be accessed through G. T. Road as well as Lahore-Islamabad Motorway.
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  • Jhang

    Jhang is located at the confluence of the Chenab river and the Jhelum river at Trimmu Barrage, on the east bank of the Chenab river. It is accessible from Faisalabad at the distance of 76 km via Jhang Faisalabad Road, otherwise turn right from Lahore-Karachi National Highway - N5 from Chichawatni via Toba Tek Singh at the distance of 90 km.
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  • Jhelum

    Jhelum is situated in Pothohar Plateau, on the east bank of the Jhelum River, in the north of Punjab, Pakistan. Jhelum is famous for the number of soldiers in the Pakistan Army as well as in British Army before independence, so it is known as city of soldiers.
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  • Kalabagh

    Kalabagh is situated in Mianwali District in Punjab, at the distance of 415 km from Lahore, turn left from Islamabad-Lahore Motorway M-2 on Talagang-Chakwal Road, on the western bank of the Indus River in the Salt Range, and a wonderful scenic views of the Indus River through the hills.
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  • Kallar Kahar

    Kallar Kahar, a valley of peacocks, is located in Chakwal district at a distance of 250km from Lahore on Islamabad-Lahore Motorway M2. It is famous for its beautiful saltwater lakes and natural garden of loquat trees, with wildlife especially peacocks.
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  • Karachi

    Karachi, the capital of Sindh, the most populous city of Pakistan and is also the largest city by area in Pakistan. It lies on the shore of the Arabian Sea and on the western edge of the Indus River. It is the main business and financial hub of Pakistan having the head offices of all major industries and major banks in Pakistan.
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  • Kasur

    Kasur, land of Bulleh Shah, is just located at the distance of 55 km from Lahore via Ferozepur Road, adjacent on the north of Lahore. There is also an important border post, Ganda Singh Wala, with India. Its border is connected with Lahore, Okara, and Nankana Sahab districts.
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  • Lahore

    Lahore, the capital city of Punjab, is the most populous and second-largest city in the northeast part of Punjab province in Pakistan on the border with India at Wagha. It is located on the bank of River Ravi at a height of 213 meters above sea level. It is linked with the rest of Pakistan and accessed by all types of transportation. It is the major city to access all of the cities and towns of Punjab province. It has the largest railway station in Pakistan. Allam Iqbal International airport is used for all types of international and local flights.
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  • Nankana Sahib

    Nankana Sahib district is located on the right bank of the Ravi River at a distance of 75 km from Lahore via Lahore-Sheikhupura-Faisalabad Road. Its name is derived after Guru Nanak, the first Guru of the Sikh region. It was the bird place of Guru Nanak and is considered a religious and famous pilgrimage site for Sikhs.
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  • Narowal

    Narowal lies on the right bank of the Ravi River on the border between India and Pakistan, at a distance of 98 km from Lahore via Kala Khatai Road. Its name is derived due to a Sikh landlord, Naro Singh Bajwa, who was the owner of the land before 1947.
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  • Okara

    The Okara is situated at a distance of 127 Km from Lahore on National Highway N-5, at an altitude of 500 feet above sea level between Ravi and Sutlej rivers. It is a fertile land and famous for the production of various cash crops as well as a hub of livestock farming.
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  • Pakpatan

    Pakpattan is one of the ancient cities of Pakistan, located at a distance of 207 km from Lahore and accessible through National Highway N-5 via Depalpur after turning to left before Okara. It is located on the right bank of the Sutlej River along the border with Bahawalnagar district.
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  • Punjab

    Punjab is an important administrative unit or province of Pakistan, it is second largest province of Pakistan by area, whereas it is the largest province by population. The meaning of Punjab is, five-waters, as there are five main rivers flowing in it. Lahore is the provincial capital of Punjab, which is an historical and culture center of Pakistan.
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