Punjab region

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Map of the Punjab region between Pakistan and India

Punjab is a region in South Asia. It is divided by the Radcliffe Line: Some parts of it are in Islamic Republic of Pakistan, and others are in the Republic of India. It is in a plain, with the River Indus flowing through Pakistan. The soil is very fertile. It lives from agriculture. Main religions in the region are Islam, Sikhism and Hinduism.

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