"five rivers," northwestern state in India
The region in northwest India which is the home of the Sikhs.
A province in northern India, origin of one of the tabla gharanas.
Meaning 'Land of five rivers'. Area of India where Sikhism originated
a historical region on northwestern India and northern Pakistan
One of the states in the North of India.
Literally "five rivers." Fertile, agriculturally productive region in South Asia which today is divided between India and Pakistan. Birthplace of the Sikh religious tradition. Name of state in both India and Pakistan.
The Punjab or Panjab (Punjabi/Urdu: Ù¾Ù†Ø¬Ø§Ø¨) province of Pakistan is the country's most populous region and is home to the Punjabis and various other groups. Neighbouring areas are Sindh to the south, Balochistan and the North West Frontier Province to the west, Pakistani administered Azad Kashmir, Indian administered Jammu and Kashmir and Islamabad to the north, and Indian Punjab and Rajasthan to the east. The main languages are Punjabi, Seraiki, and Urdu and the provincial capital is Lahore.
Punjab (, , , ) (Also spelled Panjab) is a state in northwest India. Punjab (India) borders Punjab (Pakistan) to the west, Jammu and Kashmir to the north, Himachal Pradesh to the northeast, Haryana to the south and southeast, Chandigarh to the southeast and Rajasthan to the southwest. The total area of the state is 50,362 square kilometres (19,445 square miles).