Information: Title: Nawab Race: Daudputra Religion: Islam Area Size: 15,000 Sqm Gun Salute: 17 Bahawalpur City, is located in southeastern Punjab province, Pakistan. Bahawalpur originally was a vassal of the great Sikh empire built by Maharajah Ranjeet Singh.
Urdu, Punjabi and English are also spoken and understood by most of the people.
The founder of the State of Bahawalpur was Nawab Bahawal Khan Abbasi I.
The Abbasi family ruled over the State for more than 200 years (1748 to 1954).
It rises in Tibet, flows south-west through Himachal Pradesh State, India, and then passes through the great arid plains of Punjab Province, Pakistan, joining the Indus after a course of about 1,450 km (900 mi.).
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The Sutlej is the south-easternmost of the five rivers of the Punjab, the other four being its two main tributaries, the Beâs and the Chenab, together with two branches of the latter.
Below the confluence of the Beâs, the river is sometimes called the Ghara, and its lowest course, after receiving the Chenab, is called the Panjnad ("five rivers").