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Sadiqabad is a city and capital of Sadiqabad Tehsil in Rahim Yar Khan District, Punjab province of Pakistan. It is situated at the border of Sindh and Punjab. According to the 2017 Census of Pakistan, it is the 32nd largest city in Pakistan with a population of 239,677.
Sadiq Abad is very rich in agriculture. It is a rich region that produces a great amount of high-quality cotton, sugar cane, wheat, as well as a variety of other food grains. A great number of kinoo and mango gardens may also be found here. The mango of Sadiq Abad is very famous for its smell and taste. The Sadiq Abad region of "Manthar" is known for its fertility, and it produces a record amount of wheat and cotton every year.
The culture is a mix of three different traditions Urdu, Punjabi, and Siraiki. The two main languages spoken in the city are Siraiki and Punjabi, however, there are also people who speak Balochi, Sindhi, and Pathani. Some of the families are Rajputs who emigrated from India after the partition in 1947.
The environment in the city is pleasant and calm. People are willing to work together and live in peace. There is no obvious discrimination based on language or caste. Sadiqabad has practically all of the amenities of a small town, but it is more expensive than its division city, Bahawal Pur. Everyday things, as well as luxury items, are more expensive than in other large or small cities.
The majority of people in Sadiqabad are Muslims, however, Christians and Hindus are also living there. Sadiqabad is home to Shri Krisha Shrine, a Hindu temple. Hindus from Southern Punjab and Sindh flock to the shrine during the Krishna Janmashtami festival. A large “Mela” is held during the Janmashtami celebration, which lasts 2-3 days.