Punjab by Darshan Singh Tatla, Ian Talbot
By Darshan Singh Tatla, Ian Talbot
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The East Punjab, comprising the Hindu and Sikh central and eastern districts of the Ambala and Jullundur divisions which accounted for a third (45,953 square miles) of the area of United Punjab, went to India. The Punjab princely states, with the sole exception of Bahawalpur (17,471 square miles), acceded to India. The twenty-seven Simla Hill states with the addition of Kangra and Simla eventually merged to form the state of Himachal Pradesh in Page xxiii April 1971. The remaining princely states were grouped into the Patiala and East Punjab States Union (PEPSU) which was established in July 1948.
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