Bahawalpur – Former Princely State

The city of Bahawalpur, was the former princely state of Bahawalpur’s capital, is 889 kilometers from Karachi. Bahawalpur is situated in the southeast of Punjab. Floodwaters water the river Sindh. Dates, cotton, sugarcane, wheat, and gram are the main crops.

Deputy Commissioner Office
E-Khidmat Markaz
Bahawal Victoria Hospital
Abbasia Campus IUB

Nawab Sir Sadiq Khan Abbasi-V

All of the princely nations on the subcontinent had the option of joining either Pakistan or India at the moment of partition. Pundit Nehru went to the Nawab Sir Sadiq Khan Abbasi while he was in London and offered him many incentives to join India, but he rejected them. He and the Pakistani administration struck an agreement on October 5th, 1947, which allowed Bahawalpur State to become a part of Pakistan.


Cholistan Desert Jeep Rally

The first Cholistan Jeep Rally was held in 2005 and has since grown significantly. The upcoming Rally will be the 20th occurrence of this event in 2025, demonstrating how well-liked it has become over time. This festival highlights the South Punjab region’s natural beauty. It presents a positive and amiable image of Pakistan to the rest of the world.

Bahawalpur Palaces

Darbar Mahal

Construction Starts on

May 19, 1904

By Nawab Bahawal Khan

Noor Mahal

Built in 1872

By Nawab Sadiq Muhammad Khan – IV

Gulzar Mahal

Between 1906 to 1909

By Sadiq Muhammad Khan – V

Services and Resources

Nadra Logo
Nadra Center Bahawalpur
Bahawalpur Police Logo
Bahawalpur Police
E Khidmat Markaz Logo
E-Khidmat Markaz
District Education Authority Logo
District Education Authority
Lahore High Court Logo
Lahore High Court Bench
District Health Authority Bahawalpur
District Health Authority
Cantonment Board Logo
Cantonment Board Bahawalpur
Bahawalpur Waste Management
Rescue 1122 Logo
Rescue 1122 Bahawalpur


Land Area

Year Founded


Connecting Pakistan With Other Cities

At an altitude of 385 feet, Bahawalpur Railway Station is located in the Punjab district of Pakistan’s Punjab province. On the Karachi–Peshawar main line, it is an important railway station operated by Pakistan Railways.

QAMC Main Entrance