About Sangrur City

Places to see in Sangrur

The district in general is rural region in the southern part of the State. Situated west of Patiala, it is virtually isolated from urban centre of the State. The most populous from the district is Malerkotla which too has population less than 1 lakh (65,759 persons).
The district can hardly boast of any place of tourist interest, although there are a few places of some historical or religious importance. The people by and large are God-fearing and have maintained guru-dwaras and mandirs of historical importance. Given in the following pages are the places/villages, which according to local sources are known to have some historical, religious or even superstitious importance. Apart from these places, there are a few others which are developing as agricultural, marketing, industrial or trading nucleus of the district.

Distance from nearby major places:

Sangrur nearby places

Amritsar 205kms
Chandigarh 123kms
Pathankot 249kms
Gurdaspur 252kms
Ludhiana 77kms
Jalandhar 153kms
Hoshiarpur 154kms
Faridkot 132kms
Kapurthala 163kms
Moga 406kms
Patiala 56kms
Fatehgarh Sahib 91kms
Shimla 225kms
Manali 395kms
Dharamshala 271kms
Dalhousie 341kms
Jammu 355kms
Delhi 244kms

Punjab's Forestry and Wildlife

The Unique eco-system of the Shivaliks is spread over a geographical area 9448.97 Sq. km, and lies in the north-eatern part of the state extending from north-west to south-east along the Himachal Pradesh Border. It is spread across the eastern part of the districts of Gurdaspur, Hoshiarpur, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar and Rupnagar

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