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Majha is a region of the state of Punjab, in India. It is an area between the rivers Ravi and Beas which consists of the 3 districts of Gurdaspur, Amritsar, and Tarn Taran.


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  • 1 Amritsar — a holy city, home of the Golden Temple
  • 2 Gurdaspur — a city located between the Beas and Raavi rivers
  • 3 Nurpur — is famous for its silk and site of Nurpur Fort ruins
  • 4 Pathankot — capital of the Pathankot district
  • 5 Qadian — birthplace of the founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

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Majha historically referred to the central portion of Punjab before it was split between India and Pakistan in 1947. Much like Punjab itself, Majha was divided during the partition with Lahore being the biggest city on the Pakistani side of Majha, and Amritsar being the biggest city on the Indian side of Majha.

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