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'''Gujranwala''' ([[Punjabi language|Punjabi]], {{lang-ur|{{Nastaliq|گوجرانوالہ}}}}; {{Pronunciation|Ur-Gujranwala.ogg||}}) is a city and capital of [[Gujranwala Division]] located in [[Punjab, Pakistan|Punjab]], [[Pakistan]]. It is also known as "City of Wrestlers" and is quite famous for its food.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://dailythepatriot.com/gujranwala-the-city-of-wrestlers/|title=Gujranwala- The City of Wrestlers|website=Daily The Patriot|language=en-US|access-date=2019-09-07}}</ref> The city is Pakistan's 5th most-populous [[List of most populous metropolitan areas in Pakistan|metropolitan area]],<ref name="pop">{{cite web |url=http://www.pbs.gov.pk/sites/default/files//tables/POPULATION%20SIZE%20AND%20GROWTH%20OF%20MAJOR%20CITIES.pdf | title=Population size and growth of major cities | publisher=[[Pakistan Bureau of Statistics]] | accessdate=June 11, 2015 |date=1998}}</ref> as well as 5th most populous [[List of most populous cities in Pakistan|city proper]]. Founded in the 18th century, Gujranwala is a relatively modern town compared to the many nearby millennia-old cities of northern Punjab. The city served as the capital of the [[Sukerchakia Misl]] state between 1763 and 1799, and is the birthplace of the founder of the [[Sikh Empire]], Maharaja [[Ranjit Singh]].
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'''Gujranwala''' ([[Punjabi language|Punjabi]], {{lang-ur|{{Nastaliq|گوجرانوالہ}}}}; {{Pronunciation|Ur-Gujranwala.ogg|pronunciation|}}) is a city and capital of [[Gujranwala Division]] located in [[Punjab, Pakistan|Punjab]], [[Pakistan]]. It is also known as "City of Wrestlers" and is quite famous for its food.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://dailythepatriot.com/gujranwala-the-city-of-wrestlers/|title=Gujranwala- The City of Wrestlers|website=Daily The Patriot|language=en-US|access-date=2019-09-07}}</ref> The city is Pakistan's 5th most-populous [[List of most populous metropolitan areas in Pakistan|metropolitan area]],<ref name="pop">{{cite web |url=http://www.pbs.gov.pk/sites/default/files//tables/POPULATION%20SIZE%20AND%20GROWTH%20OF%20MAJOR%20CITIES.pdf | title=Population size and growth of major cities | publisher=[[Pakistan Bureau of Statistics]] | accessdate=June 11, 2015 |date=1998}}</ref> as well as 5th most populous [[List of most populous cities in Pakistan|city proper]]. Founded in the 18th century, Gujranwala is a relatively modern town compared to the many nearby millennia-old cities of northern Punjab. The city served as the capital of the [[Sukerchakia Misl]] state between 1763 and 1799, and is the birthplace of the founder of the [[Sikh Empire]], Maharaja [[Ranjit Singh]].
   
 
Gujranwala is now Pakistan's third largest industrial centre after [[Karachi]] and [[Faisalabad]],<ref name="Naz"/> and contributes 5% of Pakistan's national [[GDP]].<ref name=PAAG/> The city is part of a network of large urban centres in north-east Punjab province that forms one of Pakistan's mostly highly industrialized regions.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Azhar|first1=Annus|last2=Adil|first2=Shahid|title=Effect of Agglomeration on Socio-Economic Outcomes: A District Level Panel study of Punjab|url=http://www.pide.org.pk/psde/pdf/AGM32/papers/Effect%20of%20Agglomeration%20on%20Socio-Economic%20Outcomes.pdf|publisher=Pakistan Institute of Developmental Economics|accessdate=2 June 2017}}</ref> Along with the nearby cities of [[Sialkot]] and [[Gujrat City|Gujrat]], Gujranwala forms part of the so-called "Golden Triangle" of industrial cities with export-oriented economies.<ref>{{Cite book|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=P5pvAwAAQBAJ&q=sialkot+gujranwala+gujrat+golden+triangle&pg=PA2|title=An assessment of industrial employment skill gaps among university graduates: In the Gujrat-Sialkot-Gujranwala industrial cluster, Pakistan|last1=Mehmood|first1=Mirza, Faisal|last2=Ali|first2=Jaffri, Atif|last3=Saim|first3=Hashmi, Muhammad|date=2014-04-21|publisher=Intl Food Policy Res Inst|isbn=|location=|pages=2|language=en}}</ref><ref name="Naz"/>
 
Gujranwala is now Pakistan's third largest industrial centre after [[Karachi]] and [[Faisalabad]],<ref name="Naz"/> and contributes 5% of Pakistan's national [[GDP]].<ref name=PAAG/> The city is part of a network of large urban centres in north-east Punjab province that forms one of Pakistan's mostly highly industrialized regions.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Azhar|first1=Annus|last2=Adil|first2=Shahid|title=Effect of Agglomeration on Socio-Economic Outcomes: A District Level Panel study of Punjab|url=http://www.pide.org.pk/psde/pdf/AGM32/papers/Effect%20of%20Agglomeration%20on%20Socio-Economic%20Outcomes.pdf|publisher=Pakistan Institute of Developmental Economics|accessdate=2 June 2017}}</ref> Along with the nearby cities of [[Sialkot]] and [[Gujrat City|Gujrat]], Gujranwala forms part of the so-called "Golden Triangle" of industrial cities with export-oriented economies.<ref>{{Cite book|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=P5pvAwAAQBAJ&q=sialkot+gujranwala+gujrat+golden+triangle&pg=PA2|title=An assessment of industrial employment skill gaps among university graduates: In the Gujrat-Sialkot-Gujranwala industrial cluster, Pakistan|last1=Mehmood|first1=Mirza, Faisal|last2=Ali|first2=Jaffri, Atif|last3=Saim|first3=Hashmi, Muhammad|date=2014-04-21|publisher=Intl Food Policy Res Inst|isbn=|location=|pages=2|language=en}}</ref><ref name="Naz"/>
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