Faisalabad is the third-most-crowded city in Pakistan, and the second-biggest in the eastern region of Punjab. Generally one of the principal arranged urban areas inside British India, it has since a long time ago formed into a cosmopolitan city. Faisalabad was rebuilt into city region status; a devolution d by the 2001 neighborhood government law LGO.
Faisalabad has developed to wind up a noteworthy mechanical and dissemination focus due to its focal area in the district and interfacing streets, rails, and air transportation. It has been alluded to as the "Manchester of Pakistan". Faisalabad contributes more than 20 percent of Punjab's GDP, and has a normal yearly GDP of $20.5 billion. Agribusiness and industry remain its trademark.
Traditional clothing in Faisalabad is Punjabi apparel, for example, the dhoti, kurta and pagri. Faisalabadi men wear white shalwar kameez as do ladies yet in addition with a dupatta scarf. The more traditionalist ladies wear burqas that could conceivably cover the face. Blends of Pakistani and Western clothing are worn by ladies, for example, a weaved kurta worn with pants or pants, and half sleeve or sleeveless shirts with Capri pants. Men have embraced a portion of the cutting edge Western styles for both easygoing and formal business dress, for example, dress jeans, pants, T-shirts and pants.