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Buttar Sivia

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Buttar Sivia, also known as Buttar Siviya, is a village in the Amritsar district of Punjab, India. It is predominantly inhabited by people of the Buttar, Siviya, and Randhawa Jat clans. Geography Buttar Sivia is centered (approx.) at . It is located in the Baba Bakala tehsil of Amritsar district in Punjab, on the Beas-Batala road (National Highway 503D). The town of Mehta Chowk, headquarters of the orthodox Sikh educational and cultural organization Damdami Taksal, lies on the road from Amritsar, which is 41 km (25.47 mi) to Buttar's west. The city of Batala is 23 km (14.29 mi) to its north, Lahore (in Pakistan) is 97 km (60.27 mi) to its west and the Punjabi state capital of Chandigarh 203 km (126.14 mi) to its far south-east. Demographics In 2001, Buttar Sivia had a total population of 5,623 with 1000 households, 2,995 males and 2,628 females. Thus males constitutes 53% and females 47% of the total population with a sex ratio of 877 females pe
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