Nurkot

Nurkot (also spelled Noorkot or Noor Kot, undefined) is a town located on the Right (western) bank of Nullah Baein, 30 km by road northeast of Narowal city, in Shakargarh Tehsil of Narowal District of the Punjab province of Pakistan, at an elevation of 258 meters.wikipedia
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Shakargarh Tehsil

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Nurkot (also spelled Noorkot or Noor Kot, undefined) is a town located on the Right (western) bank of Nullah Baein, 30 km by road northeast of Narowal city, in Shakargarh Tehsil of Narowal District of the Punjab province of Pakistan, at an elevation of 258 meters.

Maingri

Nurkot and the adjoining town of Maingri have grown into each other and are often referred to collectively.
. Maingri and the adjoining town of Nurkot together form the largest and the most important town of the Constituency PP-134 (Narowal-III) of Provincial Assembly of Punjab.

Bank (geography)

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Nurkot (also spelled Noorkot or Noor Kot, undefined) is a town located on the Right (western) bank of Nullah Baein, 30 km by road northeast of Narowal city, in Shakargarh Tehsil of Narowal District of the Punjab province of Pakistan, at an elevation of 258 meters.

Nullah

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Nurkot (also spelled Noorkot or Noor Kot, undefined) is a town located on the Right (western) bank of Nullah Baein, 30 km by road northeast of Narowal city, in Shakargarh Tehsil of Narowal District of the Punjab province of Pakistan, at an elevation of 258 meters.

Baein

Nurkot (also spelled Noorkot or Noor Kot, undefined) is a town located on the Right (western) bank of Nullah Baein, 30 km by road northeast of Narowal city, in Shakargarh Tehsil of Narowal District of the Punjab province of Pakistan, at an elevation of 258 meters.

Narowal

Narowal City
Nurkot (also spelled Noorkot or Noor Kot, undefined) is a town located on the Right (western) bank of Nullah Baein, 30 km by road northeast of Narowal city, in Shakargarh Tehsil of Narowal District of the Punjab province of Pakistan, at an elevation of 258 meters.

Narowal District

NarowalSialkot DistrictShakargarh (pre-partition Gurdaspur district)
Nurkot (also spelled Noorkot or Noor Kot, undefined) is a town located on the Right (western) bank of Nullah Baein, 30 km by road northeast of Narowal city, in Shakargarh Tehsil of Narowal District of the Punjab province of Pakistan, at an elevation of 258 meters.

Punjab, Pakistan

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Nurkot (also spelled Noorkot or Noor Kot, undefined) is a town located on the Right (western) bank of Nullah Baein, 30 km by road northeast of Narowal city, in Shakargarh Tehsil of Narowal District of the Punjab province of Pakistan, at an elevation of 258 meters.

Pakistan

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Nurkot (also spelled Noorkot or Noor Kot, undefined) is a town located on the Right (western) bank of Nullah Baein, 30 km by road northeast of Narowal city, in Shakargarh Tehsil of Narowal District of the Punjab province of Pakistan, at an elevation of 258 meters.

Provincial Assembly of the Punjab

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Together, they form the largest and the most important town of the Constituency PP-48 of Punjab Assembly.

Ain-i-Akbari

Ain-e-AkbariAaine-AkbariAi'n-e Akbari
The sixteenth century Ain-i-Akbari mentions Maingri Pargana of the Rachna Sarkar in the Lahore Subah of Mughal Empire, inhabited by Gujjars and Silhariya, as comprising 62,293 Bigha of agricultural land generating a revenue of 1.475 million Dams, and the local forces consisting of 20 cavalry and 1,000 infantry.

Pargana

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The sixteenth century Ain-i-Akbari mentions Maingri Pargana of the Rachna Sarkar in the Lahore Subah of Mughal Empire, inhabited by Gujjars and Silhariya, as comprising 62,293 Bigha of agricultural land generating a revenue of 1.475 million Dams, and the local forces consisting of 20 cavalry and 1,000 infantry.

Rechna Doab

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The sixteenth century Ain-i-Akbari mentions Maingri Pargana of the Rachna Sarkar in the Lahore Subah of Mughal Empire, inhabited by Gujjars and Silhariya, as comprising 62,293 Bigha of agricultural land generating a revenue of 1.475 million Dams, and the local forces consisting of 20 cavalry and 1,000 infantry.

Sarkar (country subdivision)

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The sixteenth century Ain-i-Akbari mentions Maingri Pargana of the Rachna Sarkar in the Lahore Subah of Mughal Empire, inhabited by Gujjars and Silhariya, as comprising 62,293 Bigha of agricultural land generating a revenue of 1.475 million Dams, and the local forces consisting of 20 cavalry and 1,000 infantry.

Subah

subahssarkarsSuba
The sixteenth century Ain-i-Akbari mentions Maingri Pargana of the Rachna Sarkar in the Lahore Subah of Mughal Empire, inhabited by Gujjars and Silhariya, as comprising 62,293 Bigha of agricultural land generating a revenue of 1.475 million Dams, and the local forces consisting of 20 cavalry and 1,000 infantry.

Mughal Empire

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The sixteenth century Ain-i-Akbari mentions Maingri Pargana of the Rachna Sarkar in the Lahore Subah of Mughal Empire, inhabited by Gujjars and Silhariya, as comprising 62,293 Bigha of agricultural land generating a revenue of 1.475 million Dams, and the local forces consisting of 20 cavalry and 1,000 infantry.

Gurjar

GujjarGujjarsGujar
The sixteenth century Ain-i-Akbari mentions Maingri Pargana of the Rachna Sarkar in the Lahore Subah of Mughal Empire, inhabited by Gujjars and Silhariya, as comprising 62,293 Bigha of agricultural land generating a revenue of 1.475 million Dams, and the local forces consisting of 20 cavalry and 1,000 infantry.

Bigha

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The sixteenth century Ain-i-Akbari mentions Maingri Pargana of the Rachna Sarkar in the Lahore Subah of Mughal Empire, inhabited by Gujjars and Silhariya, as comprising 62,293 Bigha of agricultural land generating a revenue of 1.475 million Dams, and the local forces consisting of 20 cavalry and 1,000 infantry.

Dam (Indian coin)

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The sixteenth century Ain-i-Akbari mentions Maingri Pargana of the Rachna Sarkar in the Lahore Subah of Mughal Empire, inhabited by Gujjars and Silhariya, as comprising 62,293 Bigha of agricultural land generating a revenue of 1.475 million Dams, and the local forces consisting of 20 cavalry and 1,000 infantry.

Dogra dynasty

DograMaharaja of Jammu and KashmirMaharaja of Kashmir
The area was later annexed by the Jammu Rajas in early eighteenth century, in 1778 Kanhaiya Sardars took it and in the early nineteenth century it was annexed by Ranjit Singh.

Kanhaiya Misl

Kanheya MislKanhaiyaJai Singh Kanhaiya
The area was later annexed by the Jammu Rajas in early eighteenth century, in 1778 Kanhaiya Sardars took it and in the early nineteenth century it was annexed by Ranjit Singh.

Ranjit Singh

Maharaja Ranjit SinghMaharajah Ranjit SinghMaharaja Ranjeet Singh
The area was later annexed by the Jammu Rajas in early eighteenth century, in 1778 Kanhaiya Sardars took it and in the early nineteenth century it was annexed by Ranjit Singh.

Second Anglo-Sikh War

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The area was then annexed by the British after the Second Anglo-Sikh War in 1849.

Sialkot District

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In 1853, Shakargarh Tehsil of Sialkot District was transferred to Gurdaspur District and it remained an administrative subdivision of Gurdaspur District until Partition in 1947.