Faridkot may refer to:

In India:

In Pakistan:

  • Faridkot, Khanewal, a village of Khanewal District, Punjab
  • Faridkot, Okara, a village in Okara District, Punjab
  • Faridkot, Pakpattan, a village in Pakpattan District, Punjab

Other articles related to "faridkot":

Ajmal Kasab - Early Life
... Kasab was born in Faridkot village in the Okara District of Punjab, Pakistan, to Amir Shahban Kasab and Noor Illahi ... sister, Suraiyya, and brother, Munir, lived in Faridkot with their parents ... his brother in Lahore and then returned to Faridkot ...
Faridkot State - Demography
... Faridkot had an area of 643 square miles ... Predominantly agricultural, it had two small towns, Faridkot and Kotkapura ... Reading Subhash Parihar, Architectural Heritage of a Sikh State Faridkot (Delhi Aryan Books International, 2009) ...
Malwa College Of Nursing
... It is named after Malwa, a region of Punjab and headquartered in Kotkapura in the district of Faridkot in the state of Punjab ... and affiliated to Baba Farid University of Health Sciences Faridkot ... is being managed by The Malwa Educational Society (Regd.) Faridkot which has been registered on 12th Jan.1999 under the Society Registration Act(XXI of 1860) ...
List Of Gurdwaras - India - Punjab - Faridkot
... Historic gurdwaras in the city and district of Faridkot include Gurdwara Gangsar Gurdwara Guru Ki Dhab Matta Gurdwara Patshahi Dasveen Bargaadi Gurdwara Shahid Ganj Gurdwara Tibbi Sahib ...
Faridkot State
... Faridkot State, with its capital at Faridkot, was a Princely state in Punjab region, it was one of the Cis-Sutlej states and was under the suzerainty of the Scindhia dynasty of the Maratha Empire, following the Second ... British in overcoming the mutiny of 1857, the ruler of Faridkot was accorded a 11-gun salute as per the rules of precedence in the Imperial Durbar ...