Phagwara lies on the Delhi–Amritsar national highway No.01 and is also served by the rail link between Delhi and Amritsar. It is located between the two big cities of Ludhiana and Jalandhar. Phagwara is 76 miles away from Chandigarh and 220 miles (355 km) from Delhi.
Villages in Phagwara Tahsil
Akalgarh, Atholi, Babeli, Balaloan, Balrampur, Barn, Bazidwal, Bhabiana, Bhagana, Bhagwan Pur, Bhakhriana, Bhanoki, Bhullarai, Bir Dhandoli, Bir Khurampur, Bir Pwahad, Bishanpur, Bohani, Brahampur, Chachoki, Chaheru, Chair, Chak Hakim, Chak Prema, Dewa Singhwala, Dhadda, Dhak Balaloan, Dhak Barn, Dhak Bhulla Rai, Dhak Chair, Dhak Jagpalpur, Dhak Khalwara, Dhak Khati, Dhak Khurampur, Dhak Malikpur, Dhak Manak, Dhak Narang Shah Pur, Dhak Pandori, Dhak Plahi, Dhandoli, Domeli, Drawesh Pind, Dug, Fatehgarh, Gandhwan, Gujratan, Gulabgarh, Gulabgarh Jattan, Hajipur, Harbanspur, Hradaspur, Jagatpur Jattan, Jagpalpur, Jamalpur, Khajurla, Khalwara, Khangura, Khati, Khera, Khuni Kiar, Khurampur, Kirpalpur, Kishan Pur, Kot Puransingh, Lakhpur, Madhopur, Maheru, Maio Patti, Malikpur, Man, Manak, Mauli, Mehat, Miranpur, Nangal, Nangal Majha, Narang Shahpur, Narangpur, Naroor, Nasirabad, Nihalgarh, Panchhat, Pandori, Parwa, Phagwara (M Cl), Phagwara Sharki, Plahi, Prempur, Rampur Khalian, Rampur Sunran, Randhirgarh, Ranipur Kamboan, Ranipur Rajputan, Rawal Pindi, Rehana Jattan, Sahni, Sangatpur, Saprore, Sikri, Sri Hargobindgarh, Sunran Rajputan, Tanda Bhagana, Tanda Naroor, Thakar Ki, Ucha Pind, Wahid, Wariah,
Mention by Panini
Phagwara was built in the times of Shah Jahan, mainly as a trading centre or market town. Over time, some people of Phagwara started farming and Phagwara took on a rural character. Phagwara Sharki covers the original rural Phagwara, which now is only covered by the area surrounding Sukhchainiana Gurdwara (Sukhchain Nagar) where some people continue to farm the land.
Dharmendra - Bollywood actor, was born in this city.