How far is Gurdaspur from Pakistan border?

21 km

Click to read in-depth answer. Correspondingly, what is Gurdaspur famous for?

Gurudwara Darbar Sahib, Kartarpur—one of the most famous Sikh temples, where Sikh guru Nanak Dev spent his last days—went to Pakistan. According to the 2011 census, the population of Gurdaspur district stands at roughly 2.29 million.

Also, who can go to Kartarpur corridor? Only Indians resident or overseas citizens can travel by corridor, Pakistanis cannot. Children or aged persons of all ages can register to apply. After 15 days of travel by corridor another registration can be done for second visit. Registration can only be done online at above mentioned website of Indian Government.

One may also ask, which state is Gurdaspur in?

Punjab

Which is the biggest village in Punjab?

Toosa

Which is the smallest city in Punjab?

Firozepur District is the largest district in the state while Kapurthala is the smallest district in the state. Ludhiana is the most populated district in the state of Punjab and Barnala is the least populated district in the state of Punjab.

Who is the MP of Gurdaspur?

Key
ElectionMemberParty
2009Partap Singh BajwaINC
2014Vinod KhannaBJP
2017 (Bypoll)Sunil JakharINC
2019Sunny DeolBJP

How far is Gurdaspur from Amritsar?

69 km

How many states are there in Punjab?

22 districts

Why is Gurdaspur given to India?

Main Reason was Kashmir:

So they decided to gave Gurdaspur to India and Lahore to Pakistan because if they would had given Gurdaspur to Pakistan then no direct road route would have been available for India to reach Kashmir. So they gave Gurdaspur to India for strategic purpose.

Why is Pathankot famous?

Pathankot was known for Loi and shawl weaving industry for many centuries. Pathankot currently houses the base for the defence forces – Indian Army and the Indian Air Force. Pathankot also introduces you to some beautiful religious places like Mukteshwar Temple, Kathgarh temple, Nagni temple and Shahpurkandi Fort.

Is Kartarpur in India or Pakistan?

The region is now divided between India and Pakistan, with most of the world’s 27 million Sikhs living in India. Kartarpur, about 118 kilometers (73 miles) from Lahore in Narowal district, lies on the banks of the Ravi River. It’s where Guru Nanak lived for 18 years before he died there in 1539.

Who is the Chief Minister Punjab?

Amarinder Singh
Since 2017

Who is SDM of Batala?

Pirthi Singh

Where is Kartarpur situated?

Kartarpur (Urdu/Punjabi: ????????; Gurmukhi: ????????) is a town located in the tehsil Shakargarh, Narowal District in Punjab, Pakistan. Located on the right bank of the Ravi River, it is said to have been founded by the first guru of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, where he established the first Sikh commune.

How many villages are there in Gurdaspur district?

663 villages

What is the population of Gurdaspur?

77,928 (2015)
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