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Punjab is Pakistan's second largest province by area after Balochistan, and is Pakistan's most populous province with an estimated population of 101,391,000 as of 2015.
It is bordered by the Pakistani provinces of Sindh, Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, as well as the regions of Islamabad Capital Territory and Azad Kashmir.
It also shares borders with the Indian states of Punjab, Rajasthan, and Jammu and Kashmir.
The capital of Punjab is the city Lahore, a cultural centre of Pakistan where the country's cinema industry, and much of its fashion industry, are based.
In 326 BCE, Alexander the Great defeated King Porus at the Battle of the Hydaspes near Mong, Punjab.
The Umayyad empire conquered Punjab in the 8th century CE.Punjab was later invaded by Tamerlane, Babur, and Nader Shah.Punjab reached the height of its splendour during the reign of the Mughal Empire, which for a time ruled from Lahore.The administration of the Sikh Empire was based out of Lahore, until its defeat by the British.Punjab was central to the independence movements of both India and Pakistan, with Lahore being site of both the Declaration of Indian Independence, and the resolution calling for the establishment of Pakistan.The province was formed when the Punjab province of British India was divided along religious boundaries in 1947 by the Radcliffe Line after Partition.