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India officially the Republic of India, is a country in South Asia. Abohar is a city and a municipal council in Firozpur district in the state of Punjab, India, located on the Ganganagar–Delhi railway route, nearly 50 kilometers from Ganganagar. Its population, as of 2001, was 124,303. This city is also known as the California of Punjab for its rich soil, good irrigation sources and particularly for the production of kinoo, a fruit of the orange family.
Abohar is a historical city which is located on the inter-state boundary of the country. It may be called trinity of the culture, ethnicity, and civilization of Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan. Its boundaries touch Rajasthan's mounds on one side and planes of Haryana on the other.
Many other achievements in academic, agriculture, industry, innovations, infrastructure and a big grain market are particularly noteworthy. As of 2001 India censusGRIndia, Abohar had a population of 124,303. Males constitute 53 percent of the population and females 47 percent. Abohar has an average literacy rate of 65 percent, higher than the national average of 59.5 percent; with 58 percent of the males and 42 percent of females literate. 13 percent of the population is under 6 years of age. There are a lot of educational institutes like as Homoeopathic Medical College, Gopichand College for Girls, Alpine Institute of Studies and Kendriya Vidyalaya Abohar.
Abohar’s economy is mostly based upon Cotton Industries. Panjkosi village is very famous for the same and kinnnu. Abohar is not particularly a hot tourism spot, though there are a few religious locations like Gurudwara Nanaksar on Fazilka Road, Historical Gurudwara Badtirath in Haripura near Abohar, Balaji Dham, Panjpir that attract a large number of people from surrounding villages and nearby cities. There are few motels in its vicinity, for instance, Kala Titar between Dabwali and Sangaria opened by Haryana Government couple of decades ago. Some special market locations, for example, street number 12, 11, and 9, within the city can give a good sense of hustle-bustle of a typical small town.Abohar is also a open wild life century. Few historicals include Ghanta Ghar, Raja Abba Killa, Ahuja Nagari, Sahitya Sadan and Ajeemgarh.
Today, one can also learn about its history, from its earliest times and gain enthusiasm in its natural beauty and populace. Abohar enjoys a very positive reputation with worldwide travelers.

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