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Bholath – A model village of Punjab

Bholath VillageThis a hand written article sent to us by Gurtej Singh Cheema regarding the village Bholath, a model village of Punjab. We are submitting the article as the scanned version. Gurtej Singh Cheema is MS Agronomy (hons.) and works in the Fresno, California State at Department of Food & Agriculture (CDFA).

We thank Gurtej Singh Cheema for sending us this article about the village. hopefully, the visitors of Punjabiportal will like to read the article. The article talks about the culmination of modernistaion and frindly feelings in the village and how the residents have been working together to make their village special and outstanding.

Bholath - A model village of Punjab

Bholath - A model village of Punjab

Bholath - A model village of Punjab

Bholath - A model village of Punjab

Bholath - A model village of Punjab (1209)

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9 Responses to “Bholath – A model village of Punjab”

  1. Gurtej Cheema
    September 18, 2011 at 7:56 pm #

    You all can read PDF form of my article with some pics
    just clik to this link and go to page no.8

    http://www.ambedkartimes.org/Ambedkar%20Times%20(August%202011).pdf

    Thanks all

  2. Gurtej Cheema
    September 18, 2011 at 7:54 pm #

    Thanks to Sarvar Gill and Bricktop…..you are both right that Maharajas n socio political reasons are very important too for development of any town

  3. davi pagl
    August 4, 2011 at 10:35 pm #

    mere veer gurtej ne bilkul sach likheya sade bholath vare,mai bholath da ta nhi,par bholath city nal pende ik pind Akala nal sabhand rakhda ha,n mere pind de 99% lok bholath vich parhe han,bholath vich vaise ta har time ronak vala mahool hunda hai par sham nu ta bai vakhra hi nazara hunda hai oh shaed asi aaj tak kite videsha vich v nhi dekheya,ik gal hor jo veer mere ne nhi likhi bholath vare,oh eh k bholath nu NRI area v keha janda hai bcoz itho i think 70% lok pardesa ch reh k bholath da naam roshan kar rahe ne,aaj tusi kise v vade desh to le ke shote desh tak chal jao,je tusi uthe punjabi loka de bussiness dekho ge ta tuhanu pta lagega k 50% bussiness bholath area nal related loka de ne,te sanu khushi hundi e jad sanu lok bholathiye keh ke sad de han,ik gal hor bholath area ch mundeya nalo kurhiya jiyada parhiya likhiya ne,veer mere nu eh gal pta nhi k kive bhul gai,sade bholath vich kurhiya nu barabari da darza v prapat hai,i think eh india da pehla sheher hovega jithe 80% to vadh kurhiya parhiya likhiya han…………

    • Gurtej Cheema
      September 18, 2011 at 7:51 pm #

      Thanks a lot bro for such a nice comment.Actually Bholath is in our blood.We are proud of our Bholath

  4. July 28, 2011 at 1:15 am #

    Many thanks PUNJABI PORTAL for publishing my article here.Also thanks to all readers
    Always remember United we stand,EKTA WICH BAL HAI

  5. Parm
    July 19, 2011 at 1:29 am #

    Nice a bai

    • Gurtej Cheema
      September 18, 2011 at 7:52 pm #

      Thanks a lot Parm

  6. sarvar gill
    July 13, 2011 at 4:20 pm #

    I think the credit for this goes to Maharajas of Kapurthala, who chose this small village for tehsil headquarter…

    • bricktop
      July 17, 2011 at 4:05 am #

      There always are socio political reasons that lead to the fate of a town and village. I mean.. what was Mumbai anyway? a fishermen swamp… but its geographical location made it boom.

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