Gujrat, Pakistan

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Gujrat (Punjabi, undefined), is a city in the Punjab Province of Pakistan.wikipedia
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Sialkot

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Along with the nearby cities of Sialkot and Gujranwala, Gujrat forms part of the so-called Golden Triangle of industrial cities with export-oriented economies.
Along with the nearby cities of Gujranwala and Gujrat, Sialkot forms part of the so-called Golden Triangle of industrial cities with export-oriented economies.

Gujrat District

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It is the capital of Gujrat District and the 20th largest city of Pakistan. Gujrat consists of three Tehsils which are Sarai Alamgir, Kharian and Gujrat.
However the foundation of the capital, Gujrat, according to the Ancient Geography of India:

List of most populous cities in Pakistan

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It is the capital of Gujrat District and the 20th largest city of Pakistan.

Gujranwala

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Along with the nearby cities of Sialkot and Gujranwala, Gujrat forms part of the so-called Golden Triangle of industrial cities with export-oriented economies.
Along with the nearby cities of Sialkot and Gujrat, Gujranwala forms part of the so-called Golden Triangle of industrial cities with export-oriented economies.

Punjab, Pakistan

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Gujrat (Punjabi, undefined), is a city in the Punjab Province of Pakistan.
New factories were established in Lahore, Sargodha, Multan, Gujrat, Gujranwala, Sialkot, Wah and Rawal Pindi.

Gurjar

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The city was further developed during the reign of Mughal Emperor Akbar, who built the Gujrat Fort in 1580, and compelled local Gujjars to settle in the city in 1596-97.
The Gujrat and Gujranwala districts of Pakistani Punjab have also been associated with Gujjars from as early as the 8th century CE, when there existed a Gurjara kingdom in the same area.

Pakistan

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Gujrat (Punjabi, undefined), is a city in the Punjab Province of Pakistan.
In eastern, western, and northern Pakistan, most of the population lives in an arc formed by the cities of Lahore, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi, Sargodha, Islamabad, Gujranwala, Sialkot, Gujrat, Jhelum, Sheikhupura, Nowshera, Mardan, and Peshawar.

Sarai Alamgir

Gujrat consists of three Tehsils which are Sarai Alamgir, Kharian and Gujrat.
Sarai Alamgir is one of three tehsils of Gujrat district.

Battle of Gujrat

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Gujrat finally came under British influence in 1849, following the collapse of the Sikh Empire in the wake of the Sikh's defeat at the Battle of Gujrat on 22 February, which ended the Second Anglo-Sikh War.

Punjabi language

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Gujrat (Punjabi, undefined), is a city in the Punjab Province of Pakistan.

Sher Shah Suri

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The area around Gujrat was settled during the Sher Shah Suri period, immediately prior to Mughal rule.

Mughal Empire

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The area around Gujrat was settled during the Sher Shah Suri period, immediately prior to Mughal rule.

Mongol Empire

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Local traditions state that Gujrat is the second town to be built in the area, with the first having been destroyed by Mongol invasions in 1303.

Akbar

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The city was further developed during the reign of Mughal Emperor Akbar, who built the Gujrat Fort in 1580, and compelled local Gujjars to settle in the city in 1596-97.

Jahangir

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During the reign of Emperor Jahangir, Gujrat was part of the route used by Mughal royals when visiting Kashmir.

Kashmir

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During the reign of Emperor Jahangir, Gujrat was part of the route used by Mughal royals when visiting Kashmir.

Guru Hargobind

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Gujrat's most famous saint, Shah Daula, is credited with having saved Gujrat from the wrath of Sikh Guru Hargobind when he stayed in the city upon his return from Kashmir in 1620.

Afsharid dynasty

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Gujrat was sacked by Afsharid Persian Emperor Nader Shah during his invasion of the Mughal Empire.

Nader Shah

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Gujrat was sacked by Afsharid Persian Emperor Nader Shah during his invasion of the Mughal Empire.

Nader Shah's invasion of the Mughal Empire

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Gujrat was sacked by Afsharid Persian Emperor Nader Shah during his invasion of the Mughal Empire.

Gakhars

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Shortly afterwards in 1741, the city was captured by Gakhar tribes from near the Rawalpindi area.

Ahmad Shah Durrani

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The city further suffered from the invasions of Ahmad Shah Durrani in the mid 1700s.

Bhangi Misl

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In 1765, the city was overrun by the Bhangi Sikhs under Sardar GujjGujaratiar Singh.