Narowal (Punjab)

Narowal lies on the border between India and Pakistan, connecting Gurdaspur and Amritsar in India. It is situated on the bank of the Ravi River at a distance of 98km 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.

Narowal Map

Tour places in Narowal

Baddomalhi

Baddomalhi is a small town situated at the right bank of the River Ravi at the distance of 72 km from Lahore on Narowal-Lahore Road. It is named after Muhammad Jahi Badhomalhi, who was granted a Jagir by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, and present Baddomalhi is the center of that Jagir.

Tourism in Baddomalhi

Shakargarh

Shakargarh is the last city in Punjab on the northeast side on the border between Pakistan and India, at the distance of 135km from Lahore on the Kala Khatie-Narang Mandi Road. It is also considered a gateway to Kashmir.

Tourism in Shakargarh