Bahawalpur is a city situated in the Punjab territory of Pakistan. Bahawalpur is the eleventh biggest city in Pakistan with an expected populace of 798,509.
Established in 1748, Bahawalpur was the capital of the previous royal territory of Bahawalpur, administered by the Abbasi group of Nawabs until 1955. The Nawabs left a rich compositional inheritance, and Bahawalpur is currently known for its landmarks dating from that period. The city additionally lies at the edge of the Cholistan Desert, and fills in as the passage to the close by Lal Suhanra National Park.
The zone known as Bahawalpur was home to different old social orders. The Bahawalpur district contains ruins from the Indus Valley Civilisation, just as antiquated Buddhist locales, for example, the close by Patan minara. English excavator Sir Alexander Cunningham recognized the Bahawalpur area as home of the Yaudheya kingdoms of the Mahābhārata Prior to the foundation of Bahawalpur, the locale’s real city was the heavenly city of Uch Sharif – a provincial metropolitan focus between the twelfth and seventeenth hundreds of years that it is prestigious for its gathering of noteworthy places of worship devoted to Muslim spiritualists from the 12-fifteenth hundreds of years worked in the district’s vernacular style.