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                Harappa                                        

Harappa is today a large village in the Sahiwal District  of Punjab, 15 miles southwest of the district town. [more]



                 Sahiwal                                        

Sahiwal  is a growing city in southeastern Punjab vince of Pakistans and the administrative centre of Sahiwal District. Founded in 1865, the town was formerly known as Montgomery after Sir Robert Montgomery, then Lieutenant-Governor of Punjab. It took its current name in 1966 [MORE]