Sultanpur Lodhi

Sultanpur Lodhi is a city and a Municipal Council in Kapurthala district in the Indian state of Punjab. The town is named after its founder, Sultan Khan Lodhi, who was a general of Mahmud of Ghazni in 1103 AD, which has been also mentioned in Ain-e-Akbari. Sultanpur Lodhi is located on the south bank of a seasonal rivulet called Kali Bein, which runs 6 miles (9.7 km) north of the intersection of Beas and Sutlej Rivers, two of the Five Rivers of Punjab. The word Punj - ab, literally means five river - land.

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Sultanpur Lodhi - Recent Developments
... Gurbani Work shop for foreign Sikh converts For almost a fortnight, soulful music from traditional string instruments, which have almost gone into oblivion, wafted from centuries-old Qila Sarai till Monday ... Gurbani kirtan practitioners, mostly Sikh converts from foreign countries, practiced finer nuances in a unique workshop organized by Anad Foundation. ...
Sultanpur Lodhi - History - Medieval Times
... This was the complete death of "Sarwmanpur" and the birth of new city of Sultanpur Lodhi ... This new city of Sultanpur Lodhi was also the center point of the old trade route between Delhi and Lahore ... features are more than enough to hold that Sultanpur Lodhi was a big city in old times ...
Kapurthala District
... is divided into two noncontiguous parts, the main Kapurthala-Sultanpur Lodhi portion and the Phagwara tehsil or block ... The Kapurthala-Sultanpur Lodhi part lies between north latitude 31° 07' and 31° 22' and east longitude 75° 36' ... The district has three subdivisions/tehsils Kapurthala, Phagwara, and Sultanpur Lodhi ...