Punjab

[n] - a historical region on northwestern India and northern Pakistan
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Punjab

Former state of British India, now divided between India and Pakistan. Punjab was annexed by Britain in 1849 after the Sikh Wars (1845-46 and 1848-49), and formed into a province with its...
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Punjab

noun a historical region on northwestern India and northern Pakistan
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Punjab

province of eastern Pakistan. It is bordered by the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir to the northeast, the Indian states of Punjab and Rjasthn to ... [4 related articles]
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Punjab

state of India. It is located in the northwestern part of the subcontinent. It is bounded on the north by the state of Jammu and Kashmir, on the east ... [23 related articles]
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Punjab

Punjab (pŭn"jäb') [Pers.,=five rivers], historic region in the NW of the Indian subcontinent. Since 1947 it has been separated into an Indian state and a Pakistani province bearing the same name. The Indus River bounds the region in part of the west and the Yamuna River in part of...
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Punjab

(Pakistan) Click images to enlargeState of northeast Pakistan; area 205,344 sq km/79,263 sq mi; population (1998 est) 72,585,400. The capital is Lahore. Wheat is cultivated (by irrigation). The state contains a semi-arid alluvial plai...
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Punjab

(former state) Former state of British India, now divided between India and Pakistan. Punjab was annexed by Britain in 1849 after the Sikh Wars (1845–46 and 1848–49), and formed into a province with its capital at Lahore. Un...
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Punjab

(India) State of northwest India, bordering Pakistan; area 50,362 sq km/19,445 sq mi; population (2001 est) 24,289,300. The capital is Chandigarh, which is also the capital of Hindi-speaking state of Haryana. Both industry and agriculture are very productive and support a popul...
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