Bir Aishwan wildlife sanctuary, Punjab: Punjab - 'The land of five rivers' is one of the smallest and very significant states of India, geographically positioned at north-western region of India. The state of Punjab houses five rivers, namely - the Beas, Sutlej, Ravi, Chenab and the Jhelum. It shares borders with Jammu in the north, Himachal Pradesh in the north east, Haryana in south east, Rajasthan in the southwest and Lahore in the east regions respectively. Punjab is very rich in agriculture, food crops and irrigation. About two-third of food grains in India are produced and supplied by Punjab and it owns the status of 'Food Basket of India' and 'Granary of India'.
Punjab is the house for many sacred Gurudwaras, Pilgrimage centres, National parks and wild life sanctuaries. All in all Punjab has around 12 wildlife sanctuaries and 1 national park providing a huge range of wildlife.
Bir Aiswan Wildlife Sanctuary located south east to Sangrur city on Sangrur - Illwal road in the district of Sangrur, Punjab is a very popular sanctuary.