Lohgarh

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Lohgarh
village
Punjab
Lohgarh
Lohgarh
Location in Punjab, India
Coordinates: 30°38′33″N 76°48′51″E / 30.642546°N 76.814085°E / 30.642546; 76.814085Coordinates: 30°38′33″N 76°48′51″E / 30.642546°N 76.814085°E / 30.642546; 76.814085
Country  India
State Punjab
District Mohali
Languages
 • Official Punjabi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 140603

Lohgarh is a village in Notified Area Committee of Zirakpur in district Mohali in state of Punjab in India

Lohgarh was capital of first Sikh state under Banda Singh Bahadur from years 1710-1715.

Durgiana Temple is located in Amritsar near the village gate of Lohgarth.

Colonies in Lohgarh[edit]

  • Dashmesh Colony Patiala HW
  • Golden Enclave
  • Lohgarh village
  • Panchsheel Enclave.
  • Badal Colony
  • Balaji Enclave
  • Freedom enclave (Old name: Balaji Enclave, Phase 2)
    • Seristh colony
  • Sigma City
  • Defence Colony
  • Tribune Colony (Sarv Mangal society)
  • Sharma Enclave
  • Chaudhary colony
  • Skynet Enclave
  • Green park Colony
  • Savitry enclave
  • Sunrise apartments
  • Dashmesh Colony
  • Savitry apartment
  • Savitry towers

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