About Gurdaspur ( latitude: 32.0384000, longitude: 75.4034400 )
Gurdaspur (Punjabi: ਗੁਰਦਾਸਪੁਰ) is a city in the state of Punjab, situated in the northwest part of the Republic of India. It is located in the center of and is the administrative head of Gurdaspur District. The Gurdaspur city, situated on the Amritsar – Jammu National Highway Road, 36 km from Pathankot and 32 km from Batala is the district headquarters. All head offices of various departments are located in this city. The India-Pakistan border is 10 km from Gurdaspur. The river Beas flows on one side and the river Raavi flows on the other side of Gurdaspur.
The Gurdaspur city was named after Mahant Guriya das ji. The Emperor Akbar was crowned at Kalanaur, which is 26 km from Gurdaspur city. Behrampur town, where Mukbara of Bairam Khan is situated, is 10 km away. Dinanagar town, which was the capital of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, is only 12 km from Gurdaspur city. The famous woolen mill situated at Dhariwal is only 12 km from Gurdaspur city.