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== External Links ==
== External Links ==
[http://www.1911encyclopedia.org/Jullundur Jullundur] Love to Know 1911<br>
*[http://www.1911encyclopedia.org/Jullundur Jullundur] Love to Know 1911<br>
[http://dsal.uchicago.edu/reference/gazetteer/pager.html?volume=14&objectid=DS405.1.I34_V14_237.gif Jullundur Town] Imperial gazetteer<br>
*[http://dsal.uchicago.edu/reference/gazetteer/pager.html?volume=14&objectid=DS405.1.I34_V14_237.gif Jullundur Town] Imperial gazetteer<br>
*[http://jalandhar.nic.in/html/cities_towns_jalandhar_cantt.htm Jalandhar Cantt] Jalandhar Online
*[http://www.cbjalandhar.org.in/index.php?id=history History] Cantonment Board Jalandhar  with images of St Mary's Cathedral Church and St Luke Church
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[[Category:Cities, towns and villages in Bengal Presidency]]
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Jullundur Church.jpg
Presidency: Bengal
Coordinates: 31.3256°N 75.5792°E
Altitude: 228 m (748 ft)
Present Day Details
Place Name: Jalandhar
State/Province: Punjab
Country: India
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Jullundur was the headquarters of Jullundur District in the Jullundur Division of Punjab Province during the British period. Other nearby cities include Ludhiana to the south and Amritsar to the north.

Spelling Variants

Modern spelling: Jalandhar
Variants: Jullundur/Jullunder

Miltary history

Battle of Jullundur 1857


In 1901 the town had two flour mills and a brass and iron foundry, and its trades included silk manufacture and carpentry.


The cantonment had been established in 1846, four miles to the west of the town, and usually contained two batteries of field artillery, one battalion of British infantry, one regiment of native cavalry and a battalion of native infantry.

The Prince Consort’s Own Rifle Brigade, 3rd Battalion, was stationed there in 1892.

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