Kapurthala

Kapurthala
Ilustracja
Szkoła Sainik w Kapurthali
Flaga
Flaga
Państwo Indie
StanPendżab
DystryktKapurthala
Data założeniaXI w.
Powierzchnia909,09 km²
Wysokość225 m n.p.m.
Populacja (2011)
• liczba ludności
• gęstość

101 654[1]
110 os./km²
Nr kierunkowy01871
Kod pocztowy192101[2]
Tablice rejestracyjnePB 09
Położenie na mapie Pendżabu
Mapa konturowa Pendżabu, w centrum znajduje się punkt z opisem „Kapurthala”
Położenie na mapie Indii
Ziemia31°22′48″N 75°22′48″E/31,380000 75,380000
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Kapurthala (pendżabski: ਕਪੂਰਥਲਾ) – miasto w stanie Pendżab, w północnych Indiach, siedziba dystryktu o tej samej nazwie. W czasach kolonialnych Kapurthala była stolicą państwa o tej samej nazwie pod protektoratem brytyjskim[3]. Z tego okresu pochodzą pałace i ogrody inspirowane architekturą i ogrodnictwem francuskim oraz sztuką indo-saraceńską. W Kapurthali rozwinął się przemysł maszynowy, tkacki, produkcja napojów alkoholowych i przetwórstwo spożywcze[4]. Miasto liczy 101 654 mieszkańców (2011 r.)[1].

Heritage sites

Heritage buildings of Kapurthala Heritage city

Kapurthala Sainik School

Guest house building of Kapurthala

Nawab Jassa Singh Ahluwalia Government College

Moorish Mosque of Kapurthala

Przypisy

  1. a b Census of India 2011: Provisional Population Totals. Cities having population 1 lakh and above. (ang.). [dostęp 2014-06-06].
  2. Kapurthala Pin Code (ang.). [dostęp 2014-06-06]. [zarchiwizowane z tego adresu (2014-06-11)].
  3. History of Kapurthala (ang.). [dostęp 2014-06-05]. [zarchiwizowane z tego adresu (2021-01-28)].
  4. Business & Industry (ang.). [dostęp 2014-06-05]. [zarchiwizowane z tego adresu (2014-04-15)].

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Moorish Mosque of Kapurthala in the state of Punjab. The Mosque of Kapurthala, a famous replica of the Grand Mosque of Marakesh, Morocco, was built by a French architect, Monsieur M Manteaux. It was constructed by the last ruler of Kapurthala, Maharajah Jagatjit Singh and took 13 years to complete between 1917 and 1930. The Mosque is a National Monument under the Archeological Survey of India.
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The Sainik School, formerly known as Jagatjit Palace, is housed in what was formerly the palace of the erstwhile Maharajah of Kapurthala state, Maharajah Jagatjit Singh. The palace building's architecture is based on the Palace of Versailles and Fontainebleau
Entrancd of Kapurthala Sainik School, Punjab, India 05.jpg
Autor: Harvinder Chandigarh, Licencja: CC BY-SA 4.0
The Sainik School, formerly known as Jagatjit Palace, is housed in what was formerly the palace of the erstwhile Maharajah of Kapurthala state, Maharajah Jagatjit Singh. The palace building's architecture is based on the Palace of Versailles and Fontainebleau
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Autor: Harvinder Chandigarh, Licencja: CC BY-SA 4.0
Guest house building of Kapurthala is the heritage building Kapurthala princely State constructed during the period of Maharaja Randhir Singh in 1863
Moorish Mosque of Kapurthala in the state of Punjab 07.jpg
Autor: Harvinder Chandigarh, Licencja: CC BY-SA 4.0
Moorish Mosque of Kapurthala in the state of Punjab. The Mosque of Kapurthala, a famous replica of the Grand Mosque of Marakesh, Morocco, was built by a French architect, Monsieur M Manteaux. It was constructed by the last ruler of Kapurthala, Maharajah Jagatjit Singh and took 13 years to complete between 1917 and 1930. The Mosque is a National Monument under the Archeological Survey of India.
NAWAB JASSA SINGH AHLUWALIA GOVERNMENT COLLEGE - KAPURTHALA 02.jpg
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NAWAB JASSA SINGH AHLUWALIA GOVERNMENT COLLEGE - KAPURTHALA IS THE COLLEGE ESTABLISHED IN PRINCELY STATE OF KAPURTHAL IN 1856
Moorish Mosque of Kapurthala in the state of Punjab 06.jpg
Autor: Harvinder Chandigarh, Licencja: CC BY-SA 4.0
Moorish Mosque of Kapurthala in the state of Punjab. The Mosque of Kapurthala, a famous replica of the Grand Mosque of Marakesh, Morocco, was built by a French architect, Monsieur M Manteaux. It was constructed by the last ruler of Kapurthala, Maharajah Jagatjit Singh and took 13 years to complete between 1917 and 1930. The Mosque is a National Monument under the Archeological Survey of India.
Moorish Mosque of Kapurthala in the state of Punjab 01.jpg
Autor: Harvinder Chandigarh, Licencja: CC BY-SA 4.0
Moorish Mosque of Kapurthala in the state of Punjab. The Mosque of Kapurthala, a famous replica of the Grand Mosque of Marakesh, Morocco, was built by a French architect, Monsieur M Manteaux. It was constructed by the last ruler of Kapurthala, Maharajah Jagatjit Singh and took 13 years to complete between 1917 and 1930. The Mosque is a National Monument under the Archeological Survey of India.
Kapurthala Sainik School, Punjab, India 01.jpg
Autor: Harvinder Chandigarh, Licencja: CC BY-SA 4.0
The Sainik School, formerly known as Jagatjit Palace, is housed in what was formerly the palace of the erstwhile Maharajah of Kapurthala state, Maharajah Jagatjit Singh. The palace building's architecture is based on the Palace of Versailles and Fontainebleau
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Flag of Kapurthala
Kapurthala Sainik School, Punjab, India 02.jpg
Autor: Harvinder Chandigarh, Licencja: CC BY-SA 4.0
The Sainik School, formerly known as Jagatjit Palace, is housed in what was formerly the palace of the erstwhile Maharajah of Kapurthala state, Maharajah Jagatjit Singh. The palace building's architecture is based on the Palace of Versailles and Fontainebleau
Moorish Mosque of Kapurthala in the state of Punjab 04.jpg
Autor: Harvinder Chandigarh, Licencja: CC BY-SA 4.0
Moorish Mosque of Kapurthala in the state of Punjab. The Mosque of Kapurthala, a famous replica of the Grand Mosque of Marakesh, Morocco, was built by a French architect, Monsieur M Manteaux. It was constructed by the last ruler of Kapurthala, Maharajah Jagatjit Singh and took 13 years to complete between 1917 and 1930. The Mosque is a National Monument under the Archeological Survey of India.
Guest house building of Kapurthala 01.jpg
Autor: Harvinder Chandigarh, Licencja: CC BY-SA 4.0
Guest house building of Kapurthala is the heritage building Kapurthala princely State constructed during the period of Maharaja Randhir Singh in 1863
Moorish Mosque of Kapurthala in the state of Punjab 03.jpg
Autor: Harvinder Chandigarh, Licencja: CC BY-SA 4.0
Moorish Mosque of Kapurthala in the state of Punjab. The Mosque of Kapurthala, a famous replica of the Grand Mosque of Marakesh, Morocco, was built by a French architect, Monsieur M Manteaux. It was constructed by the last ruler of Kapurthala, Maharajah Jagatjit Singh and took 13 years to complete between 1917 and 1930. The Mosque is a National Monument under the Archeological Survey of India.
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Kapurthala Sainik School, Punjab, India
Kapurthala Sainik School, Punjab, India 03.jpg
Autor: Harvinder Chandigarh, Licencja: CC BY-SA 4.0
The Sainik School, formerly known as Jagatjit Palace, is housed in what was formerly the palace of the erstwhile Maharajah of Kapurthala state, Maharajah Jagatjit Singh. The palace building's architecture is based on the Palace of Versailles and Fontainebleau
Entrancd of Kapurthala Sainik School, Punjab, India 04.jpg
Autor: Harvinder Chandigarh, Licencja: CC BY-SA 4.0
The Sainik School, formerly known as Jagatjit Palace, is housed in what was formerly the palace of the erstwhile Maharajah of Kapurthala state, Maharajah Jagatjit Singh. The palace building's architecture is based on the Palace of Versailles and Fontainebleau
NAWAB JASSA SINGH AHLUWALIA GOVERNMENT COLLEGE - KAPURTHALA 01.jpg
Autor: Harvinder Chandigarh, Licencja: CC BY-SA 4.0
NAWAB JASSA SINGH AHLUWALIA GOVERNMENT COLLEGE - KAPURTHALA IS THE COLLEGE ESTABLISHED IN PRINCELY STATE OF KAPURTHAL IN 1856