Sialkot (Punjabi and Urdu: سيالكوٹ) is a city in Punjab, Pakistan. Sialkot is Pakistan's twelfth most crowded city, and is situated in north-east Punjab — one of Pakistan's for the most part exceedingly industrialized regions. Along with the adjacent urban communities of Gujranwala and Gujrat, Sialkot shapes some portion of the alleged Golden Triangle of mechanical urban communities with send out arranged economies.
Sialkot is accepted to be site of antiquated Sagala, a city demolished by Alexander the Great in 326 BCE, and afterward made capital of the Indo-Greek kingdom by Menander I in the second century BCE – a period amid which the city enormously flourished as a noteworthy community for exchange and Buddhist thought. Sialkot kept on being a noteworthy political focus, until the point that it was obscured by Lahore around the turn of the main millennium. The city climbed again in unmistakable quality amid the British time, and is currently one