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Amloh City Travel Guide

Amloh, Punjab: Amloh is an Ancient town and Municipal council in Fatehgarh Sahib District, situated in the north western state of India-Punjab. Amloh is geographically positioned at 30.61° North latitudes and 76.23° East longitudes and it has an average elevation of 849 feet - about 259 meters.

Amloh is surrounded by Ludhiana in the North West and Patiala in the south east regions. This town is located about 65 kilometers from capital of the Punjab state, Chandigarh. The region of Amloh is spread on 26,893 hectares area of land.

Amloh is one of the three Sub Divisions of Fatehgarh Sahib District. Agriculture is the main occupation and economy for the people of Amloh. Amloh has ample irrigation facilities with tube-wells and canal irrigation. Paddy and wheat are the main crops cultivate in the region of Amloh. Amloh town has 43 Rice Sheller’s and a sugar mill, started functioning recently, which have changed the cropping pattern of the region. Amloh has a judicial court complex in the center of the town.

Before twentieth century, Manufacturing Industry in Patiala and Nabha (former state) did not exist. As of now, small scale industries of Amloh are weaving of durries (cotton clothes), gota, zaris, jootis, and pottery and agriculture implements.

Fatehgarh Sahib is the nearest big town for Amloh, located at a distance of 22 kilometers.

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