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Basic information about Punjab
West Punjab was a province of Pakistan from 1947 to 1955. The province covered an area of 205,344 km2 (79,284 sq mi), including much of the current Punjab province and the Islamabad Capital Territory, but excluding the former princely state of Bahawalpur. The capital was the city of Lahore and the province was composed of four divisions (Lahore, Sargodha, Multan and Rawalpindi). The province was bordered by the Indian states of East Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir to the east, the princely state of Bahawalpur to the south, the provinces of Balochistan and Sind to the southwest, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa to the northwest, and Azad Kashmir to the northeast.
Cities, towns & villages in Punjab
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BegampuraOnce the abode of the grand nobility of Lahore, the village of Begampura today is a far cry from the grand palaces and mosques that once doted its landscape. The village lies east of the University of Engineering the Technology, just north of Grand Trunk Road. The name Begampura came from the mother of the original builder, Nawab Khan Bahadar Zakariya Khan. Her name was Begam Jan Sahiba and it was in her lifetime that Begampura was built and named after her, a name that still remains. Traces of the original structures still exist, some being among the finest in Lahore. Show Begampuraon the map
LahoreLahore (/ləˈhɔər/) (Punjabi: لہور, Urdu: لاہور‎) is the capital city of the Pakistani province of Punjab. It is the second largest and most populous city in Pakistan, after Karachi, and the 32nd most populous urban city in the world. The city is located in the north east part of Punjab province, near the border with India. Lahore is ranked as a Gamma+ world city, and is one of Pakistan's wealthiest cities with an estimated total nominal GDP of $58.14 billion. Show Lahoreon the map
Gulgasht ColonyGulgasht Colony (Urdu: گُلگشت كالونى‎), (Punjabi: گُلگشت كالونى) is an area of Multan City in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at an altitude of 118 metres (387 ft), and is the location of a large police station. Bahauddin Zakariya University formerly known as Multan University is the main source of learning higher education for this region. Show Gulgasht Colonyon the map
Renāla KhurdRenala Khurd (Punjabi,Urdu: رِينالہ خُورد‎), is a growing city of Okara District in the north east of the Punjab province of Pakistan. The city is the headquarters of Renala Khurd Tehsil - an administrative subdivision of the district. Its approximate height above sea level is about 570 feet (170 m). It is located at 30°53'N 73°36'E and is about 116 kilometres (72 mi) away from Lahore and 18 kilometres (11 mi) away from the district capital Okara city towards south-west of Lahore on national highway (GT Road) and on Lahore Karachi main railway line. Eastern time zone of Renala Khurd is UTC+5+6DT. Show Renāla Khurdon the map
ChantlaJhantla جھانٹلہ is a village in Tehsil Kharian of Gujrat District, Pakistan. It is located about 150 kilometers from Lahore, 17 kilometers from Kharian. Awan is the main tribe of Jhantla. You can see greenery all around the village throughout the year specially in the monsoon season. In the southwest of the village there is a small lush green hill which is used as graveyard of the village. Many people have donated their lands to increase the area of this graveyard. Show Chantlaon the map
DijkotDijkot (Punjabi, Urdu: ڈجکوٹ‎), is a city in the Faisalabad District in the state of Punjab, Pakistan. DIJKOT is 466 feet high from sea level and the population is above than 100,000. Area of Dijkot consists of above than 700 kanal. It is situated on Sumandri road, 26 km from Faisalabad GPS coordinates (latitude31.216700 and longitude 72.992000). Distance of MAKKAH from Dijkot is 3460.44 km. Qibla is located on the degree of 259.924023 from North clockwise.In the early ages it was called (STATE OF DITCHKOT) and where the town was situated, now there is a graveyard consisting 95 kanal and 13 marla. The word Dijkot belongs to local language word ?Ditch? which means fort or a city inside the fort.Ditch was a famous warrior tribe of the area. 1st time the city was destroyed, as the history sho Show Dijkoton the map
GehlanGehlan Hithar is a town and Union Council of Kasur District, situated some 65 miles south west of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 30°52'0N 74°1'60E with an altitude of 174 metres (574 feet) and lies on the main Kasur-Okara road. In its vicinity is a self-planted forest named Changa Manga. It lies in the boundaries of National Assembly consistency NA 140 and Provincial consistency PP 180. Ex foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri was MNA from this area. Show Gehlanon the map
FaisalābādFaisalabad (pronunciation: Lyallpur until 1979), is the third-most-populous city in Pakistan, and the second-largest in the eastern province of Punjab. Historically one of the first planned cities within British India, it has long since developed into a cosmopolitan metropolis. Faisalabad was restructured into city district status; a devolution promulgated by the 2001 local government ordinance (LGO). The total area of Faisalabad District is 58.56 km2 (22.61 sq mi) while the area controlled by the Faisalabad Development Authority (FDA) is 1,280 km2 (490 sq mi). Faisalabad has grown to become a major industrial and distribution centre because of its central location in the region and connecting roads, rails, and air transportation. It has been referred to as the \"Manchester Show Faisalābādon the map
Nangal SādhānNangal Sahdan is a town in suburbs of tehsil Muridke of Sheikhupura District in Pakistan. It is most populous, Culturally rich, diverse in population, agrarian in nature, peaceful, and beautiful town . It is of the multitude of casts, Sects and religions. It is historical in nature, witnessed pre-partition era. Population of the town spread in the outskirt of Ruined Sikh Temple. Now temple situated in downtown of Nangal Sahdan. Show Nangal Sādhānon the map
Piāl KalānPial Kalan is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kasur Tehsil and is located at 30°55'0N 74°13'60E with an altitude of 181 metres (597 feet). Pial Kalan is a village situated in the central Punjab. It has an approximate population of 15000 and most of the inhabitants are farmers. It has very fertile land and it gets water from nearby canal and tube wells. Major crops are rice, wheat, and sugarcane. The surrounding villages and towns include Usmanwala, Pial Khurd, Dhing Shah, Chah Rakhwala and Nainwal. There are two government primary schools for boys and one high school for girls. Nearby high schools for boys and girls are situated at Usmanwala, a neighbouring town in the south. The village is linked to DepalPur Road by two adjacent Show Piāl Kalānon the map
QuāidābādQuaidabad (Punjabi,Urdu: is a city and the headquarters of Quaidabad Tehsil, an administrative subdivision of the district in Khushab District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located 283 kilometres (176 mi) away from Islamabad. It has road links to agricultural area of Thal and with the Soon Valley. It is part of National Assembly constituency NA-69 and Provincial Assembly of Punjab constituency PP-40. Majority of population is Muslim and speak Shahpuri, Majhi and thalochi dialects of Punjabi language. Show Quāidābādon the map
RawalpindiRawalpindi (Punjabi, Urdu: Rāwalpiṅḋī), commonly known as Pindi (Punjabi: پنڈی), is a city in the Punjab, Pakistan. It is the fourth largest city in Pakistan by population while along with neighbouring city of Islamabad it forms the country's third largest metropolitan area. The economy of Rawalpindi is interlinked with Islamabad and jointly are known as twin cities. The city is the administrative seat of the Rawalpindi District. Show Rawalpindion the map
KhāngarhKhangarh (Urdu: خان گڑھ‎), is a town with a population of nearly 100,000. It is located in Muzaffargarh District, which is southern part of province Punjab in Pakistan. It is situated on the west bank of the Chenab River. The city is known for being the hometown of the late Nawabzada Nasrullah Khan. It is also known for its agriculture (Cotton and Mango), khoa, and Khawaja Shops,especially Ayaz Book Center. Plate of KhanGarh Court held by Nawab Saif Ullah Khan Show Khāngarhon the map
BhuttaButter (also spelt Bhutter and Buttar) is a village in the Sialkot District of Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 32°13'25N 74°44'30E which is a few kilometers away from the district capital, Sialkot, on the main Daska Road.Village butter have been ruined totally in mughal era,the remains of ancient peoples of this locality are still present, near the natural stream passing through the village locally called as \"Nala Aik \" .In Maharaja Ranjit Singh period some migrant from \"pindi Bhattian\" were given land to cultivate in this village,the mahi botteri along with her sons settled in this village. From her three sons Hakam family have deep roots with the history and politics of this village. Ch Hakam sons, Chaudhary Boota Khan clan Rajput Bhatii serve the British government as \"Zaildar\".He wa Show Bhuttaon the map
SatgharaSatghara (Urdu: ستگهره‎), is a town and union council of Okara District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.It is located at 30°55'0N 73°31'0E with an altitude of 164 metres (541 feet) and is also the location of the tomb of Baloch folk hero, Mir Chakar Rind. Many of his descendants as well as sub tribes of Baloch descent predominate in the district. Mounds of brick debris at Satghara mark the site of a forgotten town, the coins found at Satghara prove that it was inhabited in the time of the Kushan dynasty. Show Satgharaon the map
DaūrdādDaūrdād is a village in Golra Union Council, Attock Tehsil, Attock District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is located some 23 kilometres northeast of Attock. Daurdad is an historic village with a population of roughly six thousand, all of whom are Muslim; there were also a few Hindu families before 1947, who subsequently left the village during partition. Daurdad is an agricultural area. Nala Ghaneer flows on the south side of the village, crossing the Kawah Garh mountain. The stones of this mountain were used in the construction of the historic Badshahi Mosque of Lahore, at the time of the Mughal Empire. Show Daūrdādon the map
RikhiRikhi is a village situated on Mianwali-Rawalpindi road, on the northern side of Namal Lake. Rikhi is at a distance of 32 kilometers from Mianwali city. The name Rikhi originated from the name of Mountain waterfall Rikhi which starts from salt range usually during rainy season and coming down, passing through village rikhi and then it goes to Namal lake. Previously it was called Trikhi (Local Language word) meaning Fast Due to its Fast flow. But Later on, it changed from Trikhi to Rikhi. The people started living in Rikhi area after Shifting of population of Nammal Village. The nammal village was exactly at same place where now Nammal lake exist. During British rule, when nammal lake was given shape of Lake and nammal Dam was Constructed, then people living there shifted to surrounding are Show Rikhion the map
Chak Forty-three Gugera BranchKohali is a village of union council 47-GB of samundri of Faisalabad District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of samundri, and located at latitude 31° 7'45.50\"N and longitude 72°47'56.72\"E with an altitude of 563 feet. It was very rich and historical village before independence. It is known for many army personnel for Pakistan like General Fahim Akhtar Khan, Brig. Muhammad Akram, brig. Akram is the first Pakistani who visited Antarctica and anchored Pakistan flag there but they have not done any awesome or worth praising service for their native village. Rana Mukhtar Ahmad Khan Chairman is Great Person And Political Personality of Kohali. Also Muhammad Aslam Anjum is the most influential personality of Kohali. His son Awais Anjum has remarkable contribution to the Nation's d Show Chak Forty-three Gugera Branchon the map
Allāma Iqbāl TownAllama Iqbal Town (Urdu: علامہ اقبال ٹاؤن‎) (also known as Iqbal Town or abbreviated as AIT) is a commercial and high end residential locality in the south-western Lahore.It is named after Allama Iqbal, the national poet of Pakistan. Development was started in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It was previously famed for its name in Urdu, 'Sola Soo Acre سولہ سو ایکڑ' (meaning 1600 acres), due to its area. Its extent is marked by Multan Road to the west and north, and by Wahdat Road to the south. Show Allāma Iqbāl Townon the map
Derāwar FortDerawar Fort (Urdu: قلعہ دراوڑ)is a large square fortress in Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan. The forty bastions of Derawar are visible for many miles in the Cholistan Desert. The walls have a perimeter of 1500 metres and stand up to thirty metres high. In the 18th century, the fort was taken over by Muslim Nawabs of Bahawalpur from the Shahotra tribe. It was later renovated by Abbasi rulers, but in 1747 the fort slipped from their hands owing to Bahawal Khan's preoccupations at Shikarpur. Nawab Mubarak Khan took the stronghold back in 1804. Show Derāwar Forton the map
Harappa(For the historical civilization known as the Harappa, see Indus Valley Civilization.) Harappa (Punjabi pronunciation: [ɦəɽəppaː]; Urdu: ہڑپّہا‎) is an archaeological site in Punjab, Pakistan, about 24 km (15 mi) west of Sahiwal. The site takes its name from a modern village located near the former course of the Ravi River. The current village of Harappa is 6 km (3.7 mi) from the ancient site. Although modern Harappa has a legacy railway station from the period of the British Raj, it is today just a small crossroads town of population 15,000. Show Harappaon the map
DhurnālDhurnal is a town and Union Council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, it is part of Talagang Tehsil and is located at 32°47'60N 72°5'60E. Surrounded by Soon Valley from south, Thoa Mahram Khan from east, the greater Lawa from west and Kot Qazi, Mial etc. from north. Show Dhurnālon the map
Kamar MushāniKamar Mushani (Urdu: is a town with four union councils, an administrative subdivision, of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Isakhel Tehsil and is located at 32°50'38N 71°22'1E. Show Kamar Mushānion the map
JalpānaJalapana is a large village and union council in the Sargodha District of Pakistani Punjab. Its geographical coordinates are 32° 15' 35\" North, 72° 31' 13\" East and its original name (with diacritics) is Jalpāna. Throughout the 1960s, the village was subject to a number of studies by the anthropologist Dr Saghir Ahmad of Simon Fraser University, who studied the society and culture of Punjabi villages. Show Jalpānaon the map
Rajāna ThattaRajana is a Town of District Toba Tek Singh, Punjab, Pakistan. It is 15 km away from Toba Tek Singh. It is located West of Faisalabad, East of Multan, south of Toba Tek Singh and north of Kamalia and Vehari. Rajana has a small fruit market. Many people from the villages nearby go there to buying fruits and vegetables and. They often resell them in their villages. The closest villages are Chak No. 284 GB , Chak No. 285 GB , Chak No. 286GB , Chak No. 257 GB & New Interchange is going to build beside the Rajana of Karachi Lahore Motorway. Also Rajana people's are facilitate with Rajana Foundation Hospital which is which is located on Toba Road. And Rajana has popular banks like HBL (Habib Bank) UBL (United Bank) MCB (Muslim Commercial Bank) Show Rajāna Thattaon the map
DhoriaDhoria is a large village of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan.[1] It is part of Kharian Tehsil and is located at 32°46'0N 73°50'0E with an altitude of 256 metres (843 feet). Dhoria has many communities – Gujjar, jatt,Bhatti, and many other castes. Dhoria used to be an agricultural village, but some persons have business and many persons go to abroad for temporarily employment and business. Many have settled abroad in almost every country of the world. It is a fairly rich and small town on the Dinga to Kharian road. Show Dhoriaon the map
Sangla HillSangla Hill (Urdu: سانگلہ ہِل‎), is a tehsil in the Nankana Sahib District of the Punjab Province of Pakistan.It lies 103 km [64 miles] from the provincial capital of Lahore. The area has a population of more than 2,00,000 Muslim Community, with around 10,000 of the population being Christian and Ahmadi Muslims. A historical place where Alexander had his stay during his march towards central India, and has left the city with his souvenir: a well which still exits and is looked after by the government. The city still has very old building such as a temple which is visible when coming into the city from Faisalabad Road. Sangla Hill city is surrounded by many villages whose residents are mostly Aarein, Jutt, Malik, Butt, Mughal, Ansari, Awaan etc. and a little more minorities. These all peopl Show Sangla Hillon the map
JhelumJhelum /ˈdʒeɪləm/ (Urdu, Punjabi: جہلم) (Greek: Alexandria Bucephalous) is a city on the right bank of the Jhelum River, in the district of the same name in the north of Punjab province, Pakistan. Jhelum is known for providing a large number of soldiers to the British Army before independence and later to the Pakistan armed forces due to which it is also known as city of soldiers or land of martyrs and warriors. Jhelum is a few miles upstream from the site of the Battle of the Hydaspes between the armies of Alexander of Macedonia and Raja Porus. A city called Bucephala was founded nearby to commemorate the death of Alexander's horse, Bucephalus. Other notable sites nearby include the 16th-century Rohtas Fort, the Tilla Jogian complex of ancient temples, and the 16th-c Show Jhelumon the map
Krishan NagarKrishan Nagar is part of the Islampura neighbourhood of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. During British Raj, in 1930s came a change in the development of middle class localities in Lahore and areas like Krishan Nagar and Sant Nagar were established. They were planned, geometrical in layout and had parks, sewage and drinking water facilities. In the houses in these areas, roofs of the rooms were high like British bungalows. These housing areas were an improved version of the old architecture of Lahore. Show Krishan Nagaron the map
JabokaJaboka (Urdu: جبوكہ‎), is a town and union council of Okara District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.It is located at 30°57'38N 73°27'10E with an altitude of 161 metres (531 feet) Jaboka is one of the big towns of District Okara. It is historical city. The people were living here before 70 to 80 years were called Jaboka therefore it is named Jaboka. It has two ancient buildings also which were constructed about 100 years ago. It has population of about 50,000. Different faimlies lives in jaboka. But kharral Family Almost wealthy and power full caste living here. Gujjar, Arain, rao rajpoot, rana rajpoot, watto and others also inhabitants of this area. Four government schools in jaboka two for boys and two for girls.There is also a Baharia Foundation College(BFC) Started on 15 April 2013@en . Show Jabokaon the map
KuniwālaKohiwala is a large village in Pakistan sited approximately 10KM away from Kabirwala. The majority population of this village is Rajput. The surrounding Villages are 6-kassi, Achalwala, Mitheywala, 9-Lakhiwala, ch: ishtiaq Ahmad Ansari Naibeywala, and Shahpur Nathuwala. The majority of the population of the surrounding area is Rangard, Arain, Gujjar, Jutt, Kamboh, Awan, Naich, Mirali, Sahu, Dhudhi, Bhatti, Khokhar and Sial. 9Lakhiwala Official Fan Page ch ishtiaq Ahmad Show Kuniwālaon the map
Dhing ShāhDhing Shah, a village in Kasur District 33 km from the city of Kasur, is named after a shrine to Baba Dhing Shah. Dhing Shah is crossroad from where Usman Wala Road begins. The village has a Government Boys High School and Girls Middle School. This village has been facilitated by Govt. of Punjab recently with Sui Gas (Pipe line gas), clean water, TV cable and Internet. However, Dhing Shah is facing the lack of disposal of proper drainage system of sewerage water. Political leaders (Malik Muhammad Ahmad Khan MPA, Malik Rasheed Khan MNA) should take initiative to do this. Show Dhing Shāhon the map
GadgorGadgor is a village located in Pasrur Tehsil, Sialkot District, Pakistan. Towns near Gadgor include Chobara, Gillan Wala, Chawinda, Kotli Mughlan and Philoura. Its geographical coordinates are 32° 24' 0\" North, 74° 46' 0\" East. Gadgor is in the centre of the Chawinda and Kingrah sectors. In Sialkot, outnumbered Pattons (Pakistani Army tanks) performed exceedingly well in the hands of the 25th Cavalry and other regiments of the 6th Armoured Division. Show Gadgoron the map
Mayo GardensPakistan Railways Mayo Gardens Colony is a century old residential colony for officials of Pakistan Railways residing in Lahore. It was built during the British Rule primarily for families of the British officers serving at high-ranking positions in British-India Railways. The plan was laid to build around 70 to 80 residential houses or villas with beautiful gardens, terraces, pavements for horse chariots and servant quarters for the cooks, drivers, gardeners and security personal of the elite officials. This residential area is the most beautiful residential area of Lahore and is a very secure area with barricades on both entrances and regular police patrols. General public & public transport are not allowed to go in. Officers of Grade 19 or above are entitled for allocation of homes and@en . Show Mayo Gardenson the map
Wadāla SandhuānWadala Sandhuan (Punjabi, Urdu: وڈالہ سندہواں) (Sandhuan also spelled Sandhwan or Sundhwan) is a town situated on the Gujranwala-Pasrur road in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Wadala Sandhuan is located at 32.11° North, 74.24° East. it is 232 meters (761 ft) above sea level and is nearly 18 km away from Gujranwala. This town belongs to Tehsil Daska and District Sialkot. The town is on the Gujranwala-Pasrur road, which allows logistical connections to the cities such as Pasrur and Gujranwala. It is in between Gujranwala and Pasrur. The town is home to grain markets which provides jobs for thousands of people. There are over 30 rice mills located in the area from which Shahid Brothers Rice mill is major market contributor. Wheat Flour Mill ( Hudaibiya Flour & General Mills ) is under constr Show Wadāla Sandhuānon the map
MakhadMakhad (Urdu: مکھڈ ) is a historical town in Attock District in northern Punjab province, Pakistan. It is one of the last towns separating the Punjab from the rugged North-West Frontier Province. The boundary is marked by the fast-flowing Indus River. The Piracha tribe, which is one of the largest in Pakistan and is today scattered all over the country and even India, is said to have become a large clan in Makhad in the 10th century. Makhad is also famous in the region for originating a popular desert known as Makhaddi Halwa. Show Makhadon the map
Dher Ummed Ali ShāhDher Ummed Ali Shah in Punjab (region) is a city in Pakistan - about 101 mi (or 163 km) South-West of Islamabad, the country's capital. The local timezone is named \"Asia / Karachi\" with an UTC offset of 5 hours. Depending on your mobility, these bigger locations might be interesting for you: Kabul, Baghlan, Tola Mangli, Sargodha, Sanwans or Barki Zabru Khelwala. When in this area, you might want to check out Thatti, Shah Gul Muhammadwala, Pai Khel, Kot Belian, Dher Ummed Ali Shah and Muhammad Yarwala as well. We know of 4 airports close to Dher Ummed Ali Shah. The clostest airport we know of is Kohat Airport (IATA: OHT) with a distance of 52 mi (or 83 km) North of the city centre of Dher Ummed Ali Shah. Show Dher Ummed Ali Shāhon the map
SokarDera Ghazi Khan (Punjabi, Urdu: ضِلع ڈيره غازى خان‎), is a district in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Its capital is Dera Ghazi Khan city. The district covers an area of 5,306 m² and it is a long narrow strip of country, 198 km. in length, sloping gradually from the hills which form its western boundary to the river Indus on the east. The Sulaiman Mountains rise to a height of 10,000 feet (3,000 m) in the north of the district. Show Sokaron the map
Garhi MataniGhari Matani is a village in Attock District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is situated to the south of the river Indus and has fertile lands. The population are predominately Pashtun of Yusufzai and Abdali extraction and speak the heavy/hard \"Drana\" Pukhto/Pakhto Pashto dialect of the Yusufzai tribe. There are a minority of Kashmiri's living there also. A notable inscription is located in the area. Show Garhi Matanion the map
KakrālīKakrali (Urdu: ککرالی‎) is a village located in Kharian Tehsil, in the Gujrat District of Pakistan. Kakrali is located approximately 25 Kilometers from Kharian and 35 Kilometers from Gujrat. The name of the village is derived from the Punjabi word kikar a tree. The majority of inhabitants of village are Jatt common called as Chauhdry. In the early 20th century, the majority of men from Kakrali worked for the British army. Kakrali has a Hindu temple, located in main bazaar kakrali. The central mosque of Kakrali is Jamia Masjid, built by Mian Ghulam Hussain father of Mian Muhammad Sharif. Show Kakrālīon the map
Sakhi SarwarSakhi Sarwar (Urdu, Saraiki, Punjabi: سخی سرور) is a town in Dera Ghazi Khan District, Pakistan. It is named after a Muslim Sufi saint Syed Ahmad Sultan, also known as Sakhi Sarwar, whose tomb is situated in the vicinity. The tomb itself was built in the 13th century in a small village named Muqam in the Sulaiman Mountains, 35 kilometres (22 mi) from Dera Ghazi Khan city. It was later expanded by the Mughal king Zahir-ud-din Muhammad Babur. It is a unique building of Mughal architecture. Show Sakhi Sarwaron the map
DetowālDittewal is a village in Gujrat, Pakistan. There is a very large village. It has about 3000-5000 inhabitants. The village consists of a center where there are supermarkets and a room with a pool table where children can come to play. There are also many shops in key Dittewal which features can buy watches and guns etc. Capacity for house is incredibly much because there are many plots where you can build more houses. There is a nice road that goes from a village called Vans and it goes to the end point where the village is Dinga. Between the two villages so there are many villages like Dhol, Shabdiwal, Dalibant and so located Dittewal crucial between all villages. The population of Dittewal thrive very well, but in most houses where there are not so many facilities, but those who live ther Show Detowālon the map
Multān(\"Maltan\" redirects here. For the village in Sweden, see Mältan.) Multan (Urdu: مُلتان‎) (), is a city in Punjab, Pakistan. It is Pakistan's 5th largest city by population and 3rd largest city by area. The city is located on the banks of the Chenab River Show Multānon the map
RāiwindRaiwind (Urdu: راۓوِنڈ‎), is a town in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of the Nishter Town subdivision of Lahore District and is located at 31°15'16N 74°13'4E with an altitude of 203 metres (669 feet) and lies about 40 kilometers (25 mi) from Lahore. The history of the town dates back to the pre-independence days before 1947. Raiwind also houses one of the biggest railway track workshops of Pakistan. The city flourished in the early 1990s in Nawaz Sharif's regime when an industrial zone was set up in the west of the city. Later Mr. Nawaz Sharif selected the vicinity of the town as his home, making it even more notable for the world outside. Show Rāiwindon the map
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ShakriālShakrial is situated at East-Southern side of District Rawalpindi. In the East it is linked to Kurri Road and Dhoke Kashmirian area, In the west it is linked to Chirah Road, In the north it is linked to Service Road and Sadiqabad area and in south it is linked to Islamabad Highway or G.T Road.Shakrial is a rapidly growing town in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. It is divided into two main parts, Old Shakrial and New Shakrial. The native people of Shakrial are Qureshis. Other major clans are Hanjra Rajputs,Maliks, Abbasis khans and Sattis. Every year in the summer season, people gather here for Urs. It is an urban area occupying the prominent position, as the Islamabad International Airport to Islamabad road is nearby. There is one central graveyard that is situated with Islamabad Highway or GT. Road Show Shakriālon the map
Kala GujrānKala Gujran (in Punjabi کلا گُجراں) is a town and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Jhelum Tehsil, and is located at 33°10'48N 72°57'59E with an altitude of 467 metres (1535 feet). Kala Gujran is near Jhelum City. Pakistan Tobacco Company is situated in Kala Gujran. There is a small industrial estate in which there are approximately 80 mills. Until its recent decline the Fauji Mill complex was a major employer in the area, it used to produce cloth for export and distribution nationally. Show Kala Gujrānon the map
Rahim Yar KhanRahim Yar Khan (Punjabi رحیم یار خان) is a city in Punjab province of Pakistan. It is the capital of Rahim Yar Khan District and of Rahim Yar Khan Tehsil. The administration of the city is subdivided into nine Union councils. According to the 1998 census, the city population was 233,537 with an annual growth rate of 3.50%. In 2009, it was around 1,900,000. The area of Rahim Yar Khan City is about 89 km². Rahim Yar Khan is bounded on the east by Bahawalpur district, on the south by Jasilmir (India) and Ghotki district of Sindh province and on the west by Rajanpur district. Show Rahim Yar Khanon the map
Kot BaluchKot Balouch (Urdu: کوٹ بلوچ‎) is a village in Mandi Bahauddin District, Pakistan, located eight kilometres north of Mandi Bahuddin. It was well known during British rule due to its organized bazaar and local markets which were under the control of the Hindu community.The village is named after the Balouch tribes who traditionally came here with their families and camels for summer grazing. They lived beside a bend in the River Jhelum which was a suitable, sheltered location. They spent six months in the area and then went back to their native areas for the winter season. Later [Sial families: Faiz Rasoul Sial, Said Rasoul Sial, Ghulam Rasul Sial, Ali Mohammad Sial and other Gondal (clan)|Jatt Gondal] families came from the Sohawa area near Mandi Bahauddin and started cultivating the land,@en . Show Kot Baluchon the map
SahiwalSahiwal (Urdu: Western Punjabi: ساہیوال), is a city in central Punjab, Pakistan. It is the administrative center of Sahiwal district, and used to be that of the former Sahiwal division. Sahiwal is approximately 180 km from the major city Lahore and lies between Lahore and Multan. With a population of 207,388 (1998 Pakistan Census), it is the 14th largest city in the Punjab and the 22nd largest city in Pakistan. Show Sahiwalon the map
Jalālpur PīrwālaJalalpur Pirwala (Urdu: جلالپُور is a city and the capital of Jalalpur Pirwala Tehsil, Multan District, Pakistan. This city is about 88 km away towards south from Multan city. Jalalpur Pirwala is a historical city. It had a population was about 300,000 in the 1998 census. The city has agricultural background, though it has some of the industrial resources as well. The main sources of income in the area is agriculture and trade. A smooth income in International trade is due to a large number of people working abroad. The economic remittances from overseas migrants living in countries like Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar, United States and United Kingdom is also considered a great support for their families living here. There are 15 union councils in Jalalpur Pirwa Show Jalālpur Pīrwālaon the map
Muhammad NagarMuhammad Nagar (Urdu: مُحَمَّد نگر‎), is a town and union council of Depalpur Tehsil in the Okara District of Punjab Province, Pakistan. Muhammad Nagar includes large villages like Chak Ganda Singh, Faiz Abaad, Kholay Mureed, Chak Boota Raam now known as Zia Abaad. Many tribes are living in the union council of Muhammad Nagar. These include tribes Bazeedeka, a sub-cast of Wattoo family, strong financially as well as politically. Great names of Bazeedeka family are Mian Abdurrab Ex member of District Council Okara, Mian Qudratullah Adv. Mian Naeem Maalik, Mian Nadeem Maalik Adv. Mian Naveed Maalik, Mian Waqqas Maalik Adv. Mian Khalid Masoud Executive District Officer Law (EDO-Law) District Attorney. Mian Sajid Masoud Wattoo is a highly educated person of the village chak Ganda Singh, Chak G Show Muhammad Nagaron the map
ChawindaChawinda is a town of the tehsil Pasrur of Sialkot District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°23'08.05\" N 74°42'43.94\" E with an altitude of 165 metres (544 feet). It is known as \"the Graveyard of Tanks\" because of the large number of tanks destroyed in the Battle of Chawinda during the 1965 Indian Pakistan war. It is located north of Pasrur and south east of Sialkot. It is linked to the cities of Sialkot and Narowal through rail and road connections. It is also linked through road to town Zafarwal via village Dugri Harian, Theroo Mandi in the east and Philora, KanaWali, Chobara and Kingra in the north. It has two government boys high schools, one girls higher secondary school and a social security welfare school both for girls and boys, one boys degree college, one g Show Chawindaon the map
Kot HāraKot Hara (Urdu: کوٹ ہرا , Punjabi: ہرے دا کوٹ), also known as \"Haray Da Kot\" is a village in Gujranwala District located on Pindi Bhattian road. It is centered at the intersection of Mandi Bahaudin Road and Wazirabad Road. Much of the occupants are Jatt Chatthas. Fish Farms are present in the vicinity of the village as well as local lands. It was a crossroads of local trade in era of the British Raj. The two major cities in its surroundings (Rasoolnagar, Alipur Chattha) are popular local markets or \"Mandis\" where the local residents sell their goods from time to time. About 10 km north west of the village lies the Qadirabad Headworks which supplies water to the canals surrounding the village. A famous landmark of the village used to be a 500-year-old brick bridge made by Sher Shah Suri; it Show Kot Hāraon the map
Chhānga MāngaThe Changa Manga is a planted forest which includes a wildlife preserve, in the Kasur and Lahore districts of Punjab, Pakistan. It is located approximately 80 kilometers south-west of Lahore. It was once the largest man-made forest in the world but has undergone uncontrollable deforestation at a massive scale in recent times. Named after two brother dacoits, the Changa Manga forest was originally planted in 1866 by British foresters. Its trees were harvested to gather fuel and resources for the engines employed in the North-Western railway networks. Show Chhānga Māngaon the map
BhilomarBhilomar (Urdu: بھیلو مار‎) is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, it is part of Talagang Tehsil and is located at 32°44'0N 72°26'0E. Most of the population belongs to the Awan tribe.Bhilomar is village of Maj Gen Asad Mehmud Malik and his wife Maj Gen Shahida Malik, who is the first lady General in the history of Pakistan. They are also the first Asian couple who both are General as well as doctor in national Armed forces by profession . They Belong to the Awan tribe of the village.The endless efforts of this couple brought Bhillomar to the status of Model village in 2007. H/Capt Ghulam Jaffar TK-I, Col.Ghulam Baqer and Suprintendant Rangers Muhammad Farooq Bhatti of Chhab also belongs to this village. There a Show Bhilomaron the map
ThammewāliThamewali is a town and union council of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Mianwali Tehsil and is located at 32°47'6N 71°46'49E and has an altitude of 448 m (1473 ft). Thamewali is the union council in Mianwali city, Pakistan. The town's history dates back to the resides of the caravans of the great Muslim worrier Salahuudin Ayubi in his war times. Show Thammewālion the map
Haveli MajakaHaveli Majoka is a small village located at the Jhelum River in Pakistan. The geographical coordinates are 31° 49' 37\" North, 72° 15' 39\" East. The village comprises almost only a single tribe, the Majoka. That is also the reason for the name, Haveli being the word of for a large house with courtyard. Haveli Majoka is included in the Khushab Tehsil of Khushab district, whereas Kacha Majoka is included in Shahpur Tehsil of the Sargodha district in the Punjab province in Pakistan. Show Haveli Majakaon the map
SammundarMoza Samunder is a village about 6.5 km far from lari adda Bhowana, Pakistan. The Hanjra family is the only landholding family and own large swath of land in the village, and are generally considered to be one of the most richest, educated and talented tribe in the area. Hanjra family in Samunder is descent of a Sufi Islamic Scholar Hafiz Mian Barkhurdar. This family is very well known for their intelligence, and name Samunder was given to this village because of high level of education. They served the community with their education and moral values, and are known for their hospitality. The Hanjra family is also known for its religious teaching, belief, and practicing Islam. Show Sammundaron the map
TāngowāliTangowali (Punjabi, Urdu: ٹانگووالی) is a village in Sargodha Punjab, Pakistan. It's full name is Chak No 17-S.B Tangowali which is commonly known as Tangowali or more famously \"Kalyaran da pind\". It is situated in Sargodha, about 18 kilometers east of Sargodha City.Tangowali in Punjab (region) is located in Pakistan - about 102 mi (or 164 km) South of Islamabad, the country's capital town. Shepherding animals was the occupation adopted by the Tangowali people. The word \"tango\" means shepherding in the Punjabi language. Show Tāngowālion the map
MangwālMangwal is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, it is part of Chakwal Tehsil and is located at 33°6'30N 72°49'32E. At the time of British India - Mangwal was part of Chakwal tehsil and Chakwal was an important tehsil of Jhelum district. While, rest of the residents of other tehsils were referred as Jhelumi or jhelumis - Residents of Chakwal were particularly called Chakwalias. Aboriginals of Mangwal belonged to the ferocious Khokhar tribe and with onset of religious boundaries got divided between Hindus/ Sikhs and Muslims. In 1947 the lone Hindu family (Bali - Punjabi Pandits) and all Sikh Khokhars migrated to various parts of India. Mangwal lost about 70% of its population. Mangwal is also famous for its specia Show Mangwālon the map
Kalsiān AraiānKalsian is a small village located in Sheikhupura District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 32°4'0N 73°52'0E and lies about 30 km North-West of Sheikhupura city. The name Kalsian is originated from kala shiin, which was taken from the early days of its settlement by its founders. When settlers from other parts of sub-continent came to this part to lay their footprints, they had a black panther in their neighbourhood jungle and afterwards they named the place kala shiin and then it kept on changing and lastly had Kalsian in the registries of Government books. Another theory regarding the origin of the name Kalsian is that at the time of settling the forefathers found here black mud which was in Punjabi pronounced as KALI Seehn that afterwards changed to kalsian. Show Kalsiān Araiānon the map
OkāraOkara (Punjabi, Urdu: اوكاڑا‎), is the capital city of Okara District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Okara is also known as Mini Lahore. The name Okara is derived from Okaan, the name of a type of tree. The city is located southwest of the city of Lahore and Faisalabad is 100 km by passing away Ravi River. It is famous for its agriculture-based economy and cotton mills. The nearest major city to Okara is Sahiwal,formerly known as Montgomery. Show Okāraon the map
ShinkaShinka is a small village near Jalalia village in Hazro Tehsil, Attock District, Punjab province of Pakistan. Nearby are Behbudi, Ghorghushti town, Malak Mala and Nartopa. The Area is considered to be arable land and good soil for farming. People were settlers that came from Afghanistan. mostly consisting of people speaking Pashto Language. Hindko is another language spoken openly in this area. Most of them are Pashtuns and they consist of different tribes. Main tribes are Khankhel, Showkhel, Karamkhel, Ajakhel, Babukhel, Akakhel and Torakhel. pnb شینکہ Show Shinkaon the map
BhalwālBhalwal (Punjabi,Urdu: بهلوال‎), is a city and capital of Bhalwal Tehsil of Sargodha District in the centre of the Punjab province of Pakistan. The town of Bhalwal is the headquarters of Bhalwal Tehsil and lies in an agricultural area, close to the M-2 motorway, to which it is being connected by three interchanges.Salim interchange is very near to the city. bhalwal orange(kino) is very famous in the country as well as all our the world. Show Bhalwālon the map
SarālSARAL or Satellite with ARgos and ALtiKa is a cooperative altimetry technology mission of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and CNES (Space Agency of France). SARAL will perform altimetric measurements designed to study ocean circulation and sea surface elevation. The payloads of SARAL are The ISRO built satellite with payloads modules (ALTIKA altimeter), DORIS, Laser Retro-reflector Array (LRA) and ARGOS-3 (Advanced Research and Global Observation Satellite) data collection system provided by CNES was launched by Indian Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle rocket into the Sun-synchronous orbit (SSO). ISRO is responsible for the platform, launch, and operations of the spacecraft. A CNES/ISRO MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) on the SARAL mission was signed on Feb. 23, 2007. Show Sarālon the map
MurreeMurree (Punjabi, Urdu: مری‎, \"marī\", meaning \"apex\") is an exurb of Islamabad and the administrative centre of Murree Tehsil, in the Punjab province in Pakistan. It is in a subdivision of Rawalpindi District and includes the parts of the Margalla Hills around Islamabad. It is located in the Pir Panjal Range, some 60 km (37 mi) northeast of Islamabad and Rawalpindi via the Murree Road. Show Murreeon the map
Qila RohtāsRohtas Fort (Punjabi, Urdu: قلعہ روہتاس‎ Qila Rohtas) is a historical garrison fort located near the city of Jhelum in Punjab, Pakistan. It was built under Afghan king Sher Shah Suri, to subdue the rebellious tribes of the northern Punjab region, in the 16th century. This fort is about 4 km in circumference. The Rohtas fort was built to crush the local tribes of Potohar, who rebelled against the Sur dynasty after the Mughal emperor Humayun was ousted by the former. Show Qila Rohtāson the map
WaghWAGH (101.3 FM, \"Magic 101.3\") is a radio station broadcasting an Urban Adult Contemporary music format. WAGH is licensed to serve the community of Smiths, Alabama, USA. The station is currently owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. (with the license held by CC Licenses, LLC) and features programming from Westwood One and Premiere Networks. Its studios are in Columbus east of downtown, and its transmitter is outside Ladonia, Alabama. Show Waghon the map
MankeraMankera (Urdu: منكيره‎), is the principal town of Mankera Tehsil, an administrative subdivision of Bhakkar District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is situated about 320 kilometres west of the city of Lahore. Show Mankeraon the map
Faisal TownFaisal Town (Urdu: فیصل ٹاؤن) is one of the major residential areas of Lahore, close to Model Town. It lies at 31° 28' 40N 74° 18' 30E and has an altitude of 201 meters. In the last few years this area has undergone major changes and developments, with the value of property increasing quite considerably. It is divided into four residential blocks named A to D. Each block consists of about 1000 houses. It houses the Lahore campus of the National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences built by the Foundation for Advancement of Science and Technology in its Block B. Faisal Town was located in a newly developed area of Lahore city. To its north lies Model Town, to its east lies Township, to its south lies Johar Town and to its west lie Punjab University, Allama Iqbal Medical College and@en . Show Faisal Townon the map
JanewāliJanewali is a small village near the historically significant town of Chawinda in the Sialkot District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is situated one kilometer away from Chawinda on the Sialkot Road. The village was established by CH JAHAN MUHAMMAD BAJWA, hence its name, who shift on his land from Chawinda in 1825.The dominant tribe of the village is Jatt (BAJWA). (KAHLON) Jatt is the 2nd caste in village. Its land is fertile and good roads serve the village and all other facilities have been available (Hospital, School, Telephone and Suigas). It has many Industries near village, like Rice mills, CNG and Petrol pumps. Civil Hospital, and Boys Degree College Chawinda are situated near village. Ch Yasir Bajwa (Ex President ATI Distt Sialkot) is one of the Famous names of Village Jane Show Janewālion the map
Dūnga BūngaDunga Bunga (Urdu: ڈُونگہ بُونگہ‎), is a town in Bahawalnagar District in the Punjab province, Pakistan. It located on the Bahawalnagar-Fort Abbas road 29 km (18 mi) away from Bahawalnagar. 20 km (12 mi) away from Haroonabad. 39 km (24 mi) away from Faqirwali. 58 km (36 mi) away from Khichiwala. 77 km (48 mi) away from Fort Abbas. The city hosts the Union council of Bahawalnagar Tehsil and is located near to the city of Bahawalnagar at 29°45'0N 73°15'0E with an altitude of 154 metres (505 ft). It lies on the road. Show Dūnga Būngaon the map
MurīdkeMuridke (Punjabi, Urdu: is a major commercial city and headquarters of Muridke Tehsil in Shaikhupura District in Punjab, Pakistan. It is situated near the city of Lahore, Pakistan at an elevation of 205 m (675 ft) and is situated on the famous Grand Trunk Road and at the crossroads to Shaikhupur, Kala Shah kaku, Gujranwala, Narang Mandi and Narowal. The economic and social life of the city, which has three police stations and a rail station, mainly depends on Lahore. In 2005 Muridke became the headquarters of the newly created Muridke Tehsil of Sheikhupura District. Show Murīdkeon the map
GuliānaGulyana (Urdu: گليانه) is a town in Gujar Khan Tehsil, Punjab, Pakistan. Gulyana is also chief town of Union Council Gulyana which is an administrative subdivision of the Tehsil. It is the biggest village of Gujar Khan Tehsil, one of the important union councils of gujarkhan. It is approximately 62 km southeast of Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan and 215 km to the north west of Lahore capital of Punjab. The town has a population of approximately 25,000. Gulyana lies at the bank of small river(Kass). It is also the Pothohari cultural region. The area has considerable literate human resources which works in nearby Gujarkhan & Rawalpindi. Ogah Hoon dam (Largest dam of Pothohar region) also serves fertile land of Gulyana. A private textile mill also increases its importance in the region. Show Guliānaon the map
ChūniānChunian (Urdu: چُونياں‎), is a historic city and the capital of Chunian Tehsil of Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 30° 58' 0N 73° 58' 60E. The is located at an elevations of 177 metres (583 feet), and lies about 70 km south of Lahore, the Punjab capital. It is the headquarters of a tehsil or revenue sub-division of the same name in Kasur District. The city is administratively subdivided into two Union Councils. Some important places around Chunian includes Ellah Abad and Gehlan Hithar. Gehlan Hithar has almost 400 years of rich cultural history. Show Chūniānon the map
Chak Two Hundred Thirty-Five RBChak No 235 R-B Niamuana is a village in Faisalabad, Pakistan. It is situated on Samundri Road Faisalabad near rafhan mill stop. It is a major village of the Kharal, rajoka and Phore tribe. Mhajar, Khokar, Aarbi, Lohar and Mouchi , are also lives in Niamuana. Mela Mandi Mawaishyan is a festival celebrated every six months.this is trademark of Niamuana. this festival is famous for tent pegging. Show Chak Two Hundred Thirty-Five RBon the map
HasūlaHasola is the oldest historic village in the immediate surroundings of Chakwal, Pakistan. The village's primary school was built in 1886, making it the oldest in the area. The Middle School was built in 1913 and Government High School Hasola was built in 1950. Lft. General Abdul Majeed Malik(r) and Lft. General Abdul Qayyom both attended these schools. Show Hasūlaon the map
Lakhanwāl KhāsLakhanwal Khas or simply Lakhanwal (Urdu: لکھنوال خاص‎) is a village in the district of Gujrat, Pakistan. Lakhanwal Khas is formed by the merger of two closely related villages Lakhanwal Kalan and Lakhanwal Khurd. Whereas Lankhanwal Kalan is located in the north, Lakhanwal Khurd is located in the south. These two villages are separated by Tanda Road and are collectively known as Lakhanwal.A great person Qari Muhammad yousaf has worked for religious purposes in both the villages at Madrissa Ghousia Rizvia, Lakhanwal.Darbar of Hazrat Burhan-ud-Din (Darbar Bawa Sahib)باوا صاحب سرکار is a famous shrine in Lakhanwal Kalan at north side of the village. Mian Nazar Hussain was a great religious person of the village Lakhanwal Kalan.Ch. Sardar Khan Jalia was a famous person of the village. Once up Show Lakhanwāl Khāson the map
Chenāb NagarRabwah (Urdu, Punjabi: ربوہ), official name Chenab Nagar (Urdu: چناب نگر‎), is a city in District Chiniot in the province of Punjab, Pakistan. It is located on the bank of River Chenab. Rabwah is famous for being the headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. It has been the headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community since September 20, 1948 when the community moved its headquarters from Qadian, India to Pakistan following the creation of Pakistan in 1947. A majority of the Indian members of the community, including the Ahmadiyya caliph himself migrated to Pakistan following the independence of Pakistan in August 1947 and inhabited Rabwah. The Community leased the area of present-day Rabwah from the government to establish its Headquarters. Show Chenāb Nagaron the map
ChhawariānJhawarian is a village near the Jhelum River in Sargodha, Pakistan. The village's history extends back to six hundred years, when the district was settled by Bhatti Raj tribes people migrating from Pindi Bhatian. The agricultural possibilities of the place and the proximity of the river made it suitable for settlement. A police station in the village dates back to 1905, and was built by the British administration of the Punjab. Sardar Khizar Hayat Tiwana, the first Governor of Indian Punjab, was a resident. Show Chhawariānon the map
Gujar KhānGujar Khan (Punjabi/Urdu: گوجر خان‎) is a city in Rawalpindi District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is the headquarters of Gujar Khan Tehsil, and the largest tehsil of Punjab by land area. Gujar Khan is approximately 55 kilometres southeast of Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan and 220 km to the north west of Lahore, capital of Punjab. It is bounded on the north by Rawalpindi, Islamabad and Attock, on the south by Jhelum, Lahore and Gujrat, on the east by Azad Kashmir and Kahuta and on the west by Chakwal and Khushab. Show Gujar Khānon the map
HariālGujar Khan (Punjabi/Urdu: گوجر خان‎) is a city in Rawalpindi District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is the headquarters of Gujar Khan Tehsil, and the largest tehsil of Punjab by land area. Gujar Khan is approximately 55 kilometres southeast of Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan and 220 km to the north west of Lahore, capital of Punjab. It is bounded on the north by Rawalpindi, Islamabad and Attock, on the south by Jhelum, Lahore and Gujrat, on the east by Azad Kashmir and Kahuta and on the west by Chakwal and Khushab. Show Hariālon the map
MandrānwālaMandranwala is a village near Daska in Sialkot District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Mandranwala is a medium-sized village situated near daska city. Its name, Mandranwala, came from the presence of Hindu worship places in this village. People from different cultures live here. Majority of peoples are Jatt. Mandranwala is famous for cutlery and sports goods production.An annual procession commemorates the martyrdom of Imam Hussain on the 10th of Muhharam. This is a great event under the license issued to Ch Barkat Ali Sahi by the Government of Punjab. Show Mandrānwālaon the map
Qila Dīdār SinghQalla Didar Singh (Urdu: قلعہ دِيدار سِنگھ‎), is a town of Gujranwala District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 32°8' N 74°1' E, west of Gujranwala city - the district capital. Its population was estimated to be 54,849 in 2005. Qila Didar Singh lies on the Road, 17 km west of Gujranwala. The town's rice market is one of the largest in the Punjab.In 2007, Qila Didar Singh was administratively upgraded to City Town, one of four in the Gujranwala District. Show Qila Dīdār Singhon the map
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Kuri DulālKuri Dolal (Urdu: is a town in Gujar Khan Tehsil, Punjab, Pakistan. Kuri Dolal is also the chief town of Union Council Kuri Dolal, which is an administrative subdivision of the Tehsil.Mamoon Rashid Qureshi is Elected Chairman of UC Kuri Dolal. Show Kuri Dulālon the map
DalwālDalwal (Urdu: ڈلوال‎) is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, it is part of Choa Saidan Shah Tehsil and is located at 32°42'0N 72°52'60E Its very old village which is linked with Raja Daulta Khan. The majority of the population are Janjua, Rajputs, Awan, with a minority of Minhas and Bhatti. Dalwal is predominantly Muslim with small Christian minority. Show Dalwālon the map
WazīrābādWazirabad (Urdu: also called land of is an industrial city located in Gujranwala District, Punjab, Pakistan. Wazirabad is situated on the banks of the Chenab River nearly 100 kilometres north of Lahore on the Grand Trunk Road. It is 45 kilometres from Sialkot, 30 kilometres from the district capital - Gujranwala and about 12 kilometres from Gujrat. The city of Wazirabad is the headquarters of Wazirabad Tehsil, an administrative subdivision of the district, the city is itself subdivided into 5 Union Councils. Wazirabad City is located near the south banks of the Chenab River near a village Chanawan where the picturesque Nala Palkhu, a snow stream from the Himalayas joins to this big river.Khanki Headworks is a headworks situated on the River Chenab at village Khanki. Show Wazīrābādon the map
SāhowālaSahowala is a town in Sambrial Tehsil, Sialkot District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located between the Upper Chenab Canal and the Marala Ravi Link Canal of the Marala Headworks project. Demographically, the town has a Union Council which is one of the largest councils in Sialkot, having a population around 20,000 which covers six neighbouring villages. Many residents are farmers, while others work abroad and serve in the industry and government. The town is close to the Sialkot Tanneries Zone. Minhaj ul Quran Islamic Library is the public library, along Noor Mosque, which has the highest minaret in the Sialkot District. This village has a history of more than 800 years. Show Sāhowālaon the map
KhohārKhohar is a village of district Gujrat, Pakistan. The population of Khohar is mostly Muslim. There are almost 20 mosques in Khohar of which three are Jamia Mosques {Mosque where offering of the Jummah (Friday) Prayer is done}. Its coordinates on google maps are 32.807512 and 73.646314. Khohar is almost 17 kilometres (11 miles) south of the town of Sara i Alamgir. Upper Jhelum Canal flows to its east while the River Jhelum borders it to the west. Khohar is divided into various \"Mohalla\" and \"Dhoke\", e.g. Dhoke Baba Hafiz Jee, Dhoke Shamali, Dhoke Baba Hussain Shah, Mohllah Maki Masjid, Mohallah Malkana, etc. Khohar is divided into two main parts: Khohar Khurad and Khohar Kalan. Show Khohāron the map
MurālaMurala is a town and union council of Mandi Bahauddin District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°31'60N 73°37'60E and has an altitude of 212 metres (698 feet). Murala is situated 25 km in the East of the city of Mandi Bahauddin and 12 km in the north of city of Phalia and 10 km in the south of Town of Chailianwala.The town is situated on a high mound and another mound is situated about one kilometer in south, containing terraces of the ancient history. Many folk stories are attributed to the town dating back to the Mughal period. A major canal flows near the town, which is known as Rasul-Qadir Abad Link Canal. The population of village is about 15,000. Show Murālaon the map
Basti MalūkBasti Maluk (Urdu: بستی ملوک‎) is town of Multan District, Punjab, Pakistan. Basti Maluk and its localities and subtowns comprise a population of around 20,000. It is located at 29°51′16″N 71°32′11″E / 29.85444°N 71.53639°E and an altitude of 119 metres. Show Basti Malūkon the map
SatiānaSatiana Bunglaw is a little City in Tehsil Jaranwala & District Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. It is 27 km from Faisalabad and 25 km from Jaranwala. It is situated on the Okara to Faisalabad road. Cities linked via road with Satiana 1. \n* Faisalabad 2. \n* Tandlianwala 3. \n* Okara 4. \n* Jaranwala 5. \n* Samundri Show Satiānaon the map
Rāja JangRaja Jang (Urdu: راجہ جنگ‎), is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kasur Tehsil and is located at 31°13'15N 74°15'7E with an altitude of 196 metres (646 feet). Raja Jang is the largest town in Pakistan. Its population is over 100,000. It is situated at a higher altitude than Lahore. The BRB Canal passes the north west side of the town. With its steep and sloping old streets, it enlightens a culture of Sikh and Hindu architecture. It has 100% Muslim population. There exists a problem of clean water here. It is connected with rail and road with the rest of neighbouring towns. Kite flying is a festivity at Eid. Show Rāja Jangon the map
DārāpurDarapur is a village and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Jhelum Tehsil, and is located at 32°44'0N 73°33'0E with an altitude of 214 metres (705 feet). Most of the population belong to the Araian,Awan,Jatt and janjua tribe. Famous personalities of Darapur includes Raja Afzaal MehdiRaja Iqbal Mehdi Khan and Raja Lehrasab Khan. Show Dārāpuron the map
Chak Three Hundred Fifty-fiveGojra (Punjabi, Urdu: گوجرہ‎), the administrative seat of Gojra Tehsil, is the city of Toba Tek Singh District in the Punjab in the province of Pakistan, and is located 30 miles (50 km) from Faisalabad, 170 km from Lahore, 125 km from Burewala, 157 km from Vehari and 20 miles (32 km) north of Toba Tek Singh. It has a history of more than hundred years, and as it was the centre of cultivated lands, the village was known for its \"Mandi\" (market) for cash crops. The predominantly Muslim population supported Muslim League and Pakistan Movement. After the independence of Pakistan in 1947, the minority Hindus and Sikhs migrated to India while the Muslim refugees from India settled in Gojra. Show Chak Three Hundred Fifty-fiveon the map
GojraGojra (Punjabi, Urdu: گوجرہ‎), the administrative seat of Gojra Tehsil, is the city of Toba Tek Singh District in the Punjab in the province of Pakistan, and is located 30 miles (50 km) from Faisalabad, 170 km from Lahore, 125 km from Burewala, 157 km from Vehari and 20 miles (32 km) north of Toba Tek Singh. It has a history of more than hundred years, and as it was the centre of cultivated lands, the village was known for its \"Mandi\" (market) for cash crops. The predominantly Muslim population supported Muslim League and Pakistan Movement. After the independence of Pakistan in 1947, the minority Hindus and Sikhs migrated to India while the Muslim refugees from India settled in Gojra. Show Gojraon the map
Zāhir PīrZahir Pir is a city in Rahim Yar Khan District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is the biggest city of the district. Rahim Yar Khan after tehsils of RYK. It has highest chances to become a tehsil in upcoming years. It is located on N-5.It has Motorway Exchange from M-5 also. Zahir Pir is connected with Khanpur(20Km), Chachran Sharif (8Km) and connected to Kot Mitthan via Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Bridge. It has a population of more than 200 thousand. The city is semi developed and has good literacy rate. Many young boys of the city are related to the services and performing their duties in many National and mutltinational companies of Pakistan and abroad.This is situated near Chachran Sharif. Show Zāhir Pīron the map
WarburtonWarburton is a mid-sized town in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north of Nankana Sahib and 30 km southeast of Sheikhupura. The town was named by or after John Paul Warburton (1840-1919), a high ranking police officer of the Raj period. The Warburtons were a prominent Anglo-Indian family but John Paul was adopted, originally being called Jan Dad Khan (see ). His residence at that time was turned to a high school which is still functional. This area is surrounded by textile industries. There is a police station, a post office and a girl's college. The main business in Warburton is rice. Show Warburtonon the map
KassowālKassowal is a town of Chichawatni Tehsil, Sahiwal District, Punjab, Pakistan. The town is located at 30°29'0\" North, 72°32'0\" East. Kassowal is approximately 220 km from the major city Lahore and Kassowal is approximately 110 km from the second major city Multan. The population is 10,000. A small village on the Karachi-Lahore railway line during.It was after the Sahi clan of Sanpaal's Kharal Jatt Rajput Minhas who were the inhabitants of this area. The town is in the densely populated region between the Sutlej and Ravi rivers. The principal crops are wheat, cotton, tobacco, legumes, potato and oilseeds. Cotton goods and lacquered woodwork are manufactured. Show Kassowālon the map
SakesarSakesar (Urdu: سكيسر‎), location of Amb Shareef temple, is a mountain peak which lies on the outer fringes of the Soon Valley in Khushab District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. Show Sakesaron the map
Chak Jāno KalānChak Jano is a town and Union council of Phalia Tehsil, Mandi Bahauddin District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 32°27'0N 73°43'0E with an altitude of 216 metres (711 feet) and lies about 34km South East of Mandi Bahauddin (the district capital) on the Gujrat-Sargodha Road. The nearest policestation is Pharianwali Police Station, which is 3 km to the east. Chak Jano is divided into three branches Chak Jano Khurd,Chak Jano Kalan, and Nai Abadi. The combined population of Chak Jano is 15,000. Show Chak Jāno Kalānon the map
Jhang SadrJhang Sadar (name variants: Jhang Sadar and Jhang Maghiāna) is a city in Punjab, Pakistan, situated by the Chenab River and 193 kilometres from Lahore, at 31.28 N latitude and 72.32 E longitude. The population of Jhang Sadar was calculated to be 354,248 in 2007 (293,366 in 1998). The principal trades are in wheat and cloth. The Government High School Pakkay Wala is a high school situated on the Jhang-Sargodha Road. The school was established in 1926. Show Jhang Sadron the map
Sarāi ĀlamgīrSarai Alamgir (Punjabi, Urdu: سرائے عالمگیر) (pop. 175,288 (as per Government of Punjab figures from 1998) is the main town of Sarai Alamgir Tehsil, located in the Gujrat district in the north of the Punjab province of Pakistan. Sarai Alamgir is one of three tehsils of Gujarat. Show Sarāi Ālamgīron the map
SheikhupuraSheikhupura (Urdu: (Punjabi: شیخاپورا) is an industrial city of \"The Rice Valley\" of Subcontinent and capital of Sheikhupura District in the province of Punjab about 40 km northwest of Lahore in Pakistan. It is the 16th largest city of Pakistan. The name of the town and its fort was changed by him to Sheikhupura from earlier Virkgarh, deriving from a nickname of Jahangir, who was known as Sheikhu by his father Akbar the Great. The city is the headquarters of Sheikhupura District. Show Sheikhupuraon the map
AkhoriAkhori is a village of Attock District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is located at 33°41'33N 72°27'12E with an altitude of 365 metres (1,198 ft). For the most part, people of Akhori are farmers and government workers. Akhori Union Council in Attock District has four villages under it including Boota, Dhok Mehmood, Dhok Sain and Pata. It is located between Attock and Fateh Jang. It is 15 km from Attock and 30 km from Fateh Jang. It is close to Kala Chitta Range and Nandna stream flows across it. Show Akhorion the map
LatiLeti is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan.The name leti derived from a small shallow watwer sream Leti. It is part of [lawa Tehsil]] Leti is famous for local game called kabadi and bulls race and circket.its also famous for agriculture. Bulls of leti are famous in whole punjab which is province of pakistan. People of leti are very hospitable, and are famous for honesty in the region. people live with equality in region. there is peace and every one try to help each other.sukka village also part of union council leti.many small and big village in leti union council.by area leti is 4th largest village in dist chakwal. Show Lation the map
NartopaNartopa or Nartupa (Urdu/Hindko: نرتوپہ) is a village in Hazro Tehsil, Attock District in Punjab province, Pakistan. Nartopa is situated in the middle of the Chhachh area of Attock District and is the third largest village of the area, located to the west of Hazro. Other villages surrounding Nartopa include Behboodi, Shinka, Malak Mala, Salem Khan, Yaseen, Ghorghushti, and Saha Dair. Show Nartopaon the map
Takht HazāraTakhat Hazara (Old Name Khajjiyan Wala) is a town (Village) Near River Chanab. (Distance 2KM) in the Sargodha District of Punjab, Pakistan. when Mughal King came to this place and he like to stay here his Throne was set here. This place has a 7 Doors around 80KM of the circle, Takhat Hazara, Takhat Mahal, these are two big and famous Gates or Door to enter in Takhat Hazara or in Takhat Mahal so that's why it name came Takhat hazara. It is located at 32°7'0N 73°13'60E at an altitude of 192 metres (633 feet). This is town where Ranjha was born, the protagonist from the famous Punjabi folk story of Heer Ranjha. Show Takht Hazāraon the map
KhānpurKhanpur (Punjabi خانپور) is a city and Tehsil of the Rahim Yar Khan District of Bahawalpur Division, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The city is a centre for sugarcane and cotton agriculture. It is one of the largest Tehsils of the Rahim Yar Khan District, in terms of its area. The famous Cholistan Desert is mainly located in the Khanpur area. There are many places in Pakistan named Khanpur, but only two of them have the status of Tehsil, and the other one is in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Khanpur is a strong candidate for becoming a District, as it had the status of District in the British Era until 1938. Show Khānpuron the map
ChakwālChakwal (Urdu: چکوال‎), (Punjabi: چکوال) is the headquarter and main city of Chakwal District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located 90 km south-east of the federal capital, Islamabad and is named after Chaudhry Chaku Khan, chief of the Mair Minhas tribe from Jammu, who founded it in 1525 CE during the era of the Mughal Emperor, Zaheerudun Babur. It remained a small but central town of the Dhan Chaurasi Taluka for many centuries. In 1881, during the British era, it was declared the Tehsil Headquarters. It was finally upgraded to district status in 1985. The area of Chakwal city is about 10 square kilometres. Show Chakwālon the map
DīpālpurDipalpur (also written as Depalpur) (Urdu: is a city in Okara District of the Punjab and headquarters of Depalpur Tehsil, assumed to be largest tehsil of Pakistan. It is situated 25 kilometres from the district capital Okara on a bank of the Beas River in Bari Doab. The Tehsil is notable for being the site of several battles in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries and is also associated with the history of the Bhatti clan. Punjabi is the most spoken language in the region.Begooka (Arian) Paracha, Pathan (Khan), Rao, Dula, Mian, Arain, Wattoo, Klasson (Jatt), Bhatti, Joiya, Kharal Jutt,Chandor (Arian) are the main casts.Chandoor are the oldest dweller of the city. Show Dīpālpuron the map
Kotla Qāsim KhānGujrat (Urdu: ضِلع گُجرات‎), is a district of Punjab Province in Pakistan. Gujrat is an ancient district located in between two famous rivers, the Jhelum and Chenab. It is bounded on the northeast by Mirpur, on the northwest by the River Jhelum which separates it from Jhelum District, on the east and southeast by the Chenab River, separating it from the districts of Gujranwala and Sialkot, and on the West by Mandi Bahauddin. District Gujrat is spread over an area of 3,192 square kilometres, and it includes historic villages and towns such as Jalalpur Jattan, Chakdina, Karnana, Kunjah and Lalamusa. Show Kotla Qāsim Khānon the map
NārangNarang Mandi نارنگ منڈی is a town located in the Muridke Tehsil of Sheikhupura District, Punjab, Pakistan. Show Nārangon the map
ChakrālaChakrala (Urdu: چكڑالا‎), is the oldest and the largest village seat of Punjabi Hindu Community Chikar(surname Chakravarty), of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Chakrala is also a Union Council, (administrative subdivision) of Mianwali Tehsil and is located 10 miles (16 km) away from the Mianwali Talagang road. The area is mostly inhabited by Awan tribe, although some other tribes are also living here. This village is the birthplace of late Lance-Naik Syed Sher Shah (VC), a soldier of the British Indian Army who distinguished himself in World War II, in the Burma campaign. Show Chakrālaon the map
Muhammadi SharīfMuhammadi, also known as Jamia Muhammadi Sharif, is a village of Bhawana Tehsil in Chiniot District of Punjab province of Pakistan. It is named after Mian Muhammadi Juwan( a Sufi and disciple of saints of Multan originally named Mian Imam Deen ), located at 2 km of the left bank of the Chenab River. The village is famous due to its religious background. It's the home of Mualana Muhammad Zakir, a well known saint, and politician. His son Maulana Muhammad Rahmat-ul-Allah Khokhar also a politician, remained MNA. This village has a famous dar-ul-uloom which has produced many religious scholars. Show Muhammadi Sharīfon the map
Gulzār ColonyGulzar Colony (Urdu: گلزار کالونی ‎) is one of the neighbourhoods of Korangi Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. There are several ethnic groups including Muhajirs, Punjabis, Sindhis, Kashmiris, Seraikis, Pakhtuns, Balochis, Memons, Bohras and Ismailis. Show Gulzār Colonyon the map
Sultān KhelSultan Khel (Urdu: سُلطان خيل‎), is a village and union council of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located in Isakhel Tehsil at 32°50'20N 71°12'20E.. Language of town is pashto,Sareki there are many sub branches in sultankhel tribe like, ( Shahabi Khel, Allah Khel,Doulat Khel,Chechar Khel Sanjar khel, Pahar Khel, Hindal Khel, Zangi khel etc.) also some other peoples like Qureshi and Syed Miana family lives in Sultan Khel. The Source of income is Coal and Transport, maximum peoples of Sultan Khel lives in other cities of Pakistan for jobs and business, the majority peoples lives in Karachi, some of lives out of country. They are good at their profession and very talented peoples in Pashton Tribes. Show Sultān Khelon the map
Bakhri Ahmad KhanBakhri Ahmad Khan is a village situated on the bank of river Indus in Layyah District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 30°44′09″N 70°50′17″E / 30.7359°N 70.838°E at an altitude of 141 meters. Many people work in public services. Gurmani Balouch is the main caste of this village. Bakhri Ahmad Khan is covered by a union council, numbered 7 of the 42 union councils of Layyah tehsil. The name of its mouza is Bait Dabli. The total of registered voters is 1,336. The total population is about 2,000 according to GeoNames geographical database. Show Bakhri Ahmad Khanon the map
RāhdāriRahdari is a village in the Noorpur Thal tehsil Union Councils (administrative subdivisions) of Khushab District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is located at 31°56'60N 71°46'60E. Union Council Rahdari consists of Mehmood Shaheed, Rahdari city, Paluan, Sidha Sharif, and Chak No. 49-54 DB. About 40,000 people live there. There is only one high school for boys, and no college education is offered in the area. Only one dispensary is available in city of Rahdari. In Mehmood Shaheed, a village with over ten-thousand people, as well as other villages, there is no health facility. Show Rāhdārion the map
Chund BhāiwānaChund Bharwana (Chund Bhaiwāna) is a town of Jhang District in Punjab Province of Pakistan. It lies at the intersection of two main highways, the Jhang–Lalian road and Jhang–Sargodha road. The main castesWord choice questioned of the town are Gujjar Rajput (Rana), Khokhar, Arain, Thaheem and Bharwana (sub clan of Sial). Chund Bharwana is situated between two rivers, the Jhehlum and the Chenab. People intending to visit towns like Shahjewan, Marri Gujjraan, Pir Kot, Salyana, Chela, Jhagar, Haveli Sheikh Rajoo, Kala Baali, and Lalian, Pind Hassan khan pass through Chund Bharwana. Show Chund Bhāiwānaon the map
RaikeRaike is a village and Union council of Phalia Tehsil, Mandi Bahauddin District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 32°25'60 N & 73°37'0 E with an altitude of 205 metres above from sea level and lies about 8km west of Phalia on the Gujrat-Phalia Road. The nearest police station is Phalia Police Station, which is in Phalia city. Population of village is round about 4000. Most of the population are farmers by profession in this village. Muhammad Tariq Tarar Member National Assembly of Pakistan & Parliamentary Secretary for Information and Broadcasting is also belong from Raike. Show Raikeon the map
GhorghushtiGhorghushti ( غورغشتى) is one of the largest towns of Chhachh in Attock District and is on the border of North-West Punjab (Pakistan), and Hazara in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. The official spelling is Ghorghushti, but alternative spellings include: Ghurghushti, Ghourghushti, Ghaurghashti, Ghaur Ghushti, Ghurgushti, Ghourgashti or Ghaurghashti. In the Pukhto language it is called Ghorghushto. The inhabitants of Ghourghusti are predominantly Pathans and Chaachi's. They speak Hindko with some speaking Pukhto (Pushto) and follow the Pashtunwali (locally called Pathan Walgi) code of conduct. Show Ghorghushtion the map
Khan JoijaKhan Jajja is a village in Tehsil Pasrur of District Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan. It is situated at the western side of Qila Suba Singh (now called Qila Kalarwala) Pusrur Road that leads to Pasrur. It was named after one Khan of Jajja dynasty. He was called Khan Jajja who inherited agricultural land of one village out of twelve villages of Jajja dynasty. Jajjas are of Bhatti Rajput tribe and use surname of Jajja as last part of their name. The whole residential or agricultural land of the village belongs only to descendants of Jajja. Show Khan Joijaon the map
Lāla MūsaLala Musa (Urdu: لالہ موسی‎) is a town in Gujrat District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is geographically located at latitude (32.7 degrees) 32° 42' 0\" North of the Equator and longitude (73.96 degrees) 73° 57' 35\" East of the Prime Meridian on the Map of the world. It lies at an altitude of about 250 meters and has an approximate population of 76,032. This city is named after a person Musa, whereas the word Lala means elder Brother. Lalamusa has some interesting recreational places like Barkat Park, Qasim Park, Hassan Park. Loal Government training Academy is situated at Lalamusa. Show Lāla Mūsaon the map
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Kotla Sārang KhānKotla Sarang Khan is a village located in Kharian Tehsil, Gujrat District in Punjab Province of Pakistan. The nearest town is Lalamusa about seven kilometers to the Northeast. The village has a population of almost ten thousand and holds two seats in the local area government union council. Residents are mostly farmers but some are fortunate enough to find manual labor jobs in Middle East allowing them to send back money to their families. A few residents of the area have moved to cities for better education of their children and for the good of their family. Show Kotla Sārang Khānon the map
BhaunBhaun is a town in Chakwal District in the Punjab province of Pakistan 12 kilometres away from the district capital Chakwal. In 2007 Pakistan Railways announced the resumption of the Bhaun to Chakwal service. Show Bhaunon the map
Makwāl KalānMakwal Kalan is a town and union council in the Taunsa Tehsil subdivision of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 30°35'00N 70°44'00E and has an altitude of 135 metres (443 ft). Makwal Kalan is 69 km from Dera Ghazi Khan and located 4 km away from the geographical centre of Pakistan, close to the Sulaiman Mountains and Taunsa Barrage. The major tribe in the town is the Nutkani. Its fertile agricultural lands produce many different crops. During the floods in 2010 flood people from the town hosted many flood victims. Show Makwāl Kalānon the map
AttockAttock (Punjabi, Urdu: اٹک) formerly Campbellpur, is a city located in the northern border of the Punjab province of Pakistan and the headquarters of Attock District. In the 1901 census, Attock was reported to have had a population of 2866 people, a figure which has grown dramatically during the 20th century with 69,588 reported in the 1998 census and contemporary estimates approaching 100,000. It is located on the bank of the Indus, 80 km (50 mi) from Rawalpindi, 100 km (62 mi) from Peshawar, and 10 km (6 mi) from the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra. Show Attockon the map
Qila Sobha SinghQila Sobha Singh, now called Ahmad Abad (Urdu: احمد آباد‎) is a town in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It was renamed as Qila Ahmad Abad on 18 March 1999, owing to behemoth furore among the masses of the town, that it should be renamed. Before 1 July 1991 it was under the District Administration of Sialkot and was part of Sialkot District but after 1 July 1991 it was made part of Narowal and on the same date Narowal was declared a district. It is part of Narowal District and is located at 32°13'60N 74°46'0E and has an altitude of 240 metres (787 feet). Show Qila Sobha Singhon the map
Bhoe AsalBhoe Asal (Urdu: بهوۓ آصل‎), is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is on Lahore-Karachi railway track and on Pattoki-Raiwind Road. It is very close to the Pakistan's biggest forest Changa Manga. It is a railway station as well situated among Kot Radha Kishan (KRK) and Changa Manga. Bhoe Asal is still deprived of Sui Gas. Dr. Riaz Ur Rehman Chughtai (former Head of Chemistry Department, Punjab University, Lahore) also belonged to Bhoe Asal. He was first PhD from the village who got PhD degree from England. Show Bhoe Asalon the map
BuggaBugga is a historic village of Jhelum Tehsil Pind Dadan Khan, Punjab, Pakistan. It is situated on the boundaries of Sargodha District, Khushab District and Jhelum District. As it is situated at the river bank, it got flooded twice and was re populated. It is the native village of bugvi family which resides at bhera. The major decisions and responsibility of village lies in hands of the head of village (Lumbardar) . Presently Muhammad Khan is the Lumbardar of the village after his Late Father Baz Khan. Near village is a shrine named Shah Zinda . Show Buggaon the map
Haveli Bahādur ShāhHaveli Bahadur Shah is a town situated in Jhang, Punjab, Pakistan, its geographical coordinates are 31° 5' 0\" North, 72° 11' 0\" East and its original name (with diacritics) is Haveli Bahādur Shāh. This town was named after Bahadar Shah, whose ancestors belong to Rukn-e-Alam (Noori hazoori) of multan. it is a political rich area where qureshi,s and Chaudhary's are dominant with other local castes.The native language spoken is Jhangvi which is the oldest dialect of Punjabi. Awais chaudhary s/o chaudhary siddique >>An agrian live here.. Show Haveli Bahādur Shāhon the map
Darya KhānDarya Khan (Urdu: درياخان‎), is a town in Bhakkar District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. The town is the headquarters of Darya Khan Tehsil. The town of Darya Khan is itself subdivided into two Union councils. During British rule the railway station at Darya Khan was built as part of the North-Western Railway route. Darya Khan has a boy's secondary school built in 1928 by Englishmen and a college at the middle of the town. It is situated to the left of the great Indus River. The famous school in this town is Oxford public high school. Show Darya Khānon the map
Kumhar MandiKumhar Mandi (Urdu: كُمہار منڈى‎), is a neighbourhood in Multan, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at the start of Shujabad Road while turning towards Chowk Nagshah from Chowk Double Phatak. It is the main market for Muslim Colony residentials. Majority of people here speak Seraiki and Punjabi as a native language. Arslan Majid is a famous IT Professional and he lives in this area. Former prime minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gillani named flyover lands in this area on Shujabad road. Many residentials use this flyover for morning walk or exercise. Show Kumhar Mandion the map
JālaliaJalalia (Urdu: جلاليه ) is a village located in Chhachh, the northern part of Attock District (chhachh) of the Punjab province of Pakistan and lies close to the borders of the North-West Frontier Province. The village has two primary schools, a boys' high school, fourteen mosques and three madrasahs, and 40% of its about 10,000 inhabitants are literate. There is a hospital, a medical store and over 70 shops. Like most villages, Jalalia is also an agricultural village producing wheat, maize and tobacco in addition to vegetables and fruit. Show Jālaliaon the map
ChishtiānChishtian (Punjabi,Urdu: چشتیاں‎) is a Tehsil of district Bahawalnagar of province Punjab. The city is situated at 150 meters above sea level. It was a sub-division of Bahawalpur Division, which was part of Bahawalpur State.Although Chishtian is the biggest tehsil for area in bahawalnagar. Chishtian Mandi name is common among old aged persons due to the grain market, the economical hub of the city. The city is also called as Chishtian Shareef, name due to the presence of shrines of Sufi saints.There are several mills and factories located in Chishtian. The popular thing in Chishtian is its Big Graveyard in Asia. Show Chishtiānon the map
SarsalaSarsal is a village of Gujrat District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is frequently called Sarsala. It is approximately 38 km away from Gujrat City, near Koltla Arab Ali Khan, almost at the edge of Pakistan towards border of Azad Kashmir. The total population of the village is 3,550 and the total number of houses is 578. Most of the residents work abroad, especially in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Muscat (Oman), and European countries. Sarsal has several sports teams, including shooting volleyball, cricket, and jutki. Postal Code : 50991 Show Sarsalaon the map
JanhātaJanhatal is a small village in Kahuta tehsil, Rawalpindi District, Punjab province, Pakistan. It is surrounded by hills. Inhabitants of janhatal speak pothohari(Pujabi language dialect). Inhabitants are all Muslims. The main cast are Janhal rajgan.Janhatal have a small mosque and a shop and also have a government primary school for girl and boys. People are also well educated. Natives brings their house holds from Nara,they used public transport which is available in very small number. Natives are connected to agriculture and few of them abroad for earnings. Show Janhātaon the map
Kot Rādha KishanKot Radha Kishan is a city and Tehsil headquarters of Kot Radha Kishan Tehsil in Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The City is administratively subdivided into four Union councils. It was formerly part of Kasur Tehsil and now it has been rewarded with the status of tehsil of district kasur due to the basic necessities of the current time and the mounting population of the area .It is located at 31°10'21N 74°5'59E with an altitude of 193 metres. Kot Radha Kishan is also called 'City of Containers and Leather'. Show Kot Rādha Kishanon the map
Nankāna SāhibNankana Sahib (Urdu: ننكانہ صاحِب‎), (Punjabi: Shahmukhi: ننکانہ صاحب Gurumukhi: ਨਨਕਾਣਾ ਸਾਹਿਬ), is a city and capital of Nankana Sahib District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is named after the first guru of the Sikhs, Guru Nanak. Guru Nanak who was born in the city and first began preaching here. Today, Nankana Sahib is a city of high historic and religious value for Sikhs and is a popular pilgrimage site for Sikhs from all over the world. It is located about 80 kilometers south west of Lahore and about 75 kilometres east of Faisalabad. The city has a population of approximately 70,000. Show Nankāna Sāhibon the map
Ladheke NichaLadheke is a village situated in the outskirts of Lahore near Raiwind, in Punjab, Pakistan, near the eastern border with India. Its name is based on a Sikh public figure of the area. Chief Minister of Punjab, Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Shareef contested elections from here and got elected in May-2013 general elections with a high margin from Mansha Sindhu, PTI candidate. Ladheke is divided into three parts, Ladheke Unche, Ladheke Neewain and Ladheke Bhullar. Notable residents includes Safeer Ahmed Maan and Zameer Ahmed Maan. Show Ladheke Nichaon the map
BewalRawalpindi District (Urdu: ضِلع is a district of Pakistan located in the northernmost part of the Punjab province. The district has an area of 5,286 km2 (2,041 sq mi). Originally, its area was 6,192 km2 (2,391 sq mi) until the 1960s when Islamabad Capital Territory was carved out of the district, giving away an area of 906 km2 (350 sq mi). It is situated on the southern slopes of the north-western extremities of the Himalayas, including large mountain tracts with rich valleys traversed by mountain rivers. The chief rivers are the Indus and the Jhelum, and it is noted for its milder climate and abundant rainfall due to its proximity to the foothills. Show Bewalon the map
Mitha TiwānaKhushab District (Urdu: ضِلع خُوشاب‎) is a district in the province of Punjab, Pakistan, with its administrative capital in Jauharabad. The district is named after the historical city of Khushab located within its boundaries. According to the 1998 census, the population was 905,711 with 24.76% living in urban areas. The district consists of Four tehsils, Khushab, Noorpur Thal, Quaidabad and Naushera. Khushab is home to the Heavy Water and Natural Uranium Research Reactor, part of the Pakistan's Special Weapons Program. Show Mitha Tiwānaon the map
Kot BālaKot Bala (Urdu: کوٹ بالا) is located in Lasbela District, Balochistan, Pakistan. The Indus Valley Civilization site of Kot Bala is in the interior of the Sonmiani Bay, along the Lasbela coast. It was partly excavated by Professor George F. Dales of the University of California, Berkeley in the 1970s and full details not published. This site is of importance due to its proximity to the Arabian Sea, and is believed to have been a main harbour, from which the Indus traders sailed to the coasts of the Arabian Peninsula. Show Kot Bālaon the map
NandwālNandwal is a village in Pakistan near Kotla Arab Ali Khan and the foothills of the Himalayas, located near the northern edge of Pakistan. It is a small village of some 400 houses, surrounded by tall trees. The village is related withthe district Gujrat tehsil Kharian. It is approximately 45 kilometers from Gujrat District, and 7 kilometers from Kotla Arab Ali Khan. And other side present a place of Pakistan Azad Kashmir only on 1 km away from Nandwal village Nandwal consists of three areas: \n* volleyball net area \n* bus stand, Dera \n* plying card office, Duftar Show Nandwālon the map
Chak Two Jhang BranchRam Diwali (Urdu: رام دیوالی‎) is an area located in the city of Faisalabad. Ram Diwali comprises four villages which are known as Chak No. 112 JB, Chak No. 2 JB, Chak No. 3 JB, & Chak No 4 JB. It is situated on the Sargodha road and lies to the north of Faisalabad, 5 kilometers away from the M3 Motorway. The region is mainly inhabited by the Randhawa tribe of the Jatts. It is located at 31°33'35N 73°2'56E with an altitude of 177 metres (583 feet). Arfa Karim was a prominent citizen from Chak 4JB of Ram Dewali. Show Chak Two Jhang Branchon the map
KahutaKahuta (Urdu: کہوٹہ) is a census-designated city and tehsil in the Rawalpindi District of Punjab Province, Pakistan. The population of the Kahuta Tehsil is approximately 160,000 at the 2008 census. Kahuta is the home to the Kahuta Research Laboratories (KRL) which was founded to undertake the Kahuta Project as part of the atomic bomb project. Before the Kahuta Project, the site was occupied by retired officers of Pakistan Armed Forces and contained a small public community, including a private high school. Show Kahutaon the map
PiplānLiaqatabad (Urdu: لِياقت called Piplan (Urdu: پِپلاں‎), is a town in Piplan Tehsil in Mianwali District, situated in Punjab, Pakistan. It is almost 52 km (by road) from the district capital Mianwali which lies to the north. Piplan is surrounded by many other similar towns:To the south are the towns of Musa WaliMattha, Churkin,Jhanbir and Kaloor Kot,to the north are Doaba, Kundian and Mianwali; to the east, Harnauli and Quaidabad; to the north, Kaloorkot; and to the west is the Indus River. Show Piplānon the map
HaklaHakla (sometimes spelt Haklah) (Urdu: ہکلہ) is a village located in the Gujrat District of the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is a part of the Panjan Kissana Union Coucnil and comes under the administration of the Kharian Tehsil. It is located at 32°46'0N 73°55'0E with an altitude of 262 metres (862 feet). It lies midway between Lahore and Islamabad near Grand trunk road. The majority of population belongs to Gujjar tribe. Kundowana sub caste of the Gujjars dominant the village. Until the late 1970s agriculture and army were the only fields where the people were working. From then on till mid 1980s Middle East was the favourite destination for the workrs, especially Bahrain and KSA.But now people from Hakla are working and living in Europe, mainly Greece, France, Italy, Spain, Germany and Show Haklaon the map
JauharābādJauharabad (Urdu: is a planned city and district headquarters of Khushab District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Jauharabad is named after Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar, a prominent figure from the Pakistan independence movement. The etymology of the Urdu word Jauharabad also means \"atomic city\" in English, although this is purely coincidental as the town was planned and constructed 33 years prior to the construction of the nearby Khushab Nuclear Complex, which lies 30 km south of Jauharabad. Show Jauharābādon the map
SohāwaSohawa (Punjabi,Urdu: سوہاوہ‎) is a town in the Punjab province of Pakistan, and is the capital of the Sohawa Tehsil, which is an administrative subdivision of Jhelum District in Punjab. Sohawa has grown from a small village in 1947 to a large town in 2014, development in transportation, education and health has played a major role in the development of the town. In general there are small towns at roughly at 10 mile intervals along the great trunk road between Peshawar to the border of India near Lahore. Show Sohāwaon the map
Shād BāghShad Bagh is one of the major commercial and residential locality in the north of Lahore Dist., at twenty minutes drive from Grand Trunk road. Areas near Shad Bagh are Badami Bagh, Wassan Pura, Chah Miran, Bhagat Pura, Scheme No2, Data Nagar and Bhamma. The Lahore Ring Road also passes through Shad Bagh. Band Road acts like a border which is very near to the Ravi River. Major business activities are on New Shad Bagh Road, Amir Road and Main Road. Gol Bagh a Mini Food Street is the landmark of Shad Bagh. Show Shād Bāghon the map
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PattokiPattoki (Urdu: پتّوكى‎), is a city in the Kasur District of the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is the headquarters of Pattoki Tehsil, the second biggest city of Kasur District by population, and an administrative subdivision of the district. It is located at 31°1'0N 73°50'60E with an altitude of 186 metres (610 ft). It is the only city in Pakistan that has a big flower market, mainly for roses. The city is known as \"The City of Flowers\". It is also the birthplace of Muhammad Shahid Nazir (£1 Fish Man). Show Pattokion the map
ShorkotShorkot (Urdu: شورکوٹ‎), (Punjabi: شورکوٹ), is a city in the Punjab, Pakistan. It is also a capital city of Shorkot Tehsil in Jhang district. It is located at 30°30'N 72°24'E with an altitude of 131 metres (433 ft). The city is famous for the tombs of Sufis Sultan Bahoo, Syed Bahadur Ali Shah, Shah Mehmood Ghazi (also known as \"Ghazi Pir\") and Syed Mehboob Alam Shah Gilani. The tomb of the latter is in the centre of the town. He was sent to the Shorkot by the Mughal Emperor Shah Alam, to spread Islam. Show Shorkoton the map
Bilal ColonyBilal Colony (Urdu: بلال کالونی ‎) is one of the neighbourhoods of Korangi Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. There are several ethnic groups including Muhajirs, Baltis, Rohingyas, Punjabis, Sindhis, Kashmiris, Seraikis, Pakhtuns, Balochis, Memons, Bohras and Ismailis. It is a Registered Lez Area Developed by KDA Karachi Development Authority, but it is not under consideration of any Previous government of Karachi and did not development had been done in this Union Council. Show Bilal Colonyon the map
IchhraIchhra is a commercial and residential area in Lahore, Pakistan. Ichhra is located on Ferozpur Road between Gulberg, Mozang and the Old City. Being a very old locality, some very old buildings can be seen in Ichhra. It is noted for its Ichhra Bazaar, among the most economical markets of Lahore. This market is known for its traditional and cultural dresses and other handicrafts supplied from all over Punjab, as well as its furniture selection. There is a large Christian community living in Ichhra. Show Ichhraon the map
GrinkotGrinkot is a village in Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kasur Tehsil and is located at 31°12'54N 74°28'30E with an altitude of 198 metres (652 feet). This village was formed by Sekhon family. Their ancestor was soldier in British army and for his services toward British army he was allotted land in undivided India. The village name is kept after an English officer. After partition Sekhon family moved to India and got settled in Patti few kilometeres from Grinkot. Show Grinkoton the map
Dhok Ghāzi NāraGhazi Nara is a scenic and tourist hillside settlement near Jhelum City in the Punjab province of Pakistan approximately 15 km from Dina and 10 km from Khukha. Clearly visible from the Grand Trunk Road and across from the Taraki railway station, Ghazu Nara is the site of a natural spring and the main drinking water source for the surrounding residents. The area is also a popular religious site as the nearby darbar is reputed to answer prayers from couples having difficulties conceiving children. Show Dhok Ghāzi Nāraon the map
NarāliNarali (Urdu: نڑالى, Alternate spellings: Nirali) is one of the oldest and largest towns of Gujar Khan Tehsil, Punjab province of Pakistan. Narali used to be the hub of trade before partition.It had a large Hindu population that dominated the trade circle.It still has a number of remains & ruins of Hindu culture & temples.It is culturally richer than the adjoining villages. Narali enjoys a very important position because it has union council office, patwarkhana, health centre and a post office. Show Narālion the map
Ghausia ColonyGhausia Colony (Urdu: غوثیہ کالونی ‎) is one of the neighborhoods of Malir Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. It is named after Shaykh Abd al Qadir also known as 'Ghawth ath Thaqlayn' (Helper of two great hosts i.e. the Humans & the Jinn) There are several ethnic groups in Malir Town including Punjabis, Sindhis, Kashmiris, Seraikis, Pakhtuns, Balochs, Memons, Bohras and Ismailis. Show Ghausia Colonyon the map
KhambKhambi Kaleechpur or Khambi Khanpur is a large village of Sarai Alamgir Tehsil, district Gujrat, Pakistan. It is bounded on two sides by the river Jhelum and Upper Canal Jhelum and on the other two sides by small streams. Majority of the villagers are Thathal Jat and Chib Rajput. Other villagers include Marrar Jat, Ratial, Khaira ,Kakke and Chaurra. Show Khambon the map
Hāji MuhammadHaji Muhammad (Urdu: حاجی محمد‎) is a town and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kharian Tehsil and is located at 32°38'20N 73°54'20E with an altitude of 246 metres (810 feet). Union Council Haji Muhammad has further 11 villages includes; Haji Muhammad, Gajju, Bhalot Rasoo, Bhalot Makhdoom,Bhalot Shera, Paul, Pohla, Tibbi Chand,Chokar Kalan,Spra, Dullanwala and Hera Pur. also village tibbi chechian included in haji muhammad union council. Show Hāji Muhammadon the map
Bido BhattiBido Bhatti is a small village in near the town of Tanda, in Gujrat District in Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located about 35 km north east of Gujrat city and about 25 km from the city of Sialkot. It is perched atop a small hillock which overlooks the Marala Headworks at the very juncture where the Chenab River winds its way into Pakistan. The village nearest to Bido Bhatti is Behlol Pur The village gets its name from the Bhatti Rajputs, who make up the bulk of the population. Show Bido Bhattion the map
Nain RānjhaNain Ranjha is a town and union council of Mandi Bahauddin District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at an altitude of 201 metres (662 feet). It is generally known in Mandi Bahauddin as Nain Ranjha due to the majority cast of Ranjha. Cultivation is the major business of the village. Literacy rate is not high but it looks to become better in future. There are three registered private schools. AL-SIRAJ MODEL High SCHOOL is one of these. Electronic media is working also last few months as cable network. Show Nain Rānjhaon the map
Garhi ShāhuGarhi Shahu is one of the oldest towns in Lahore has now became a part of modern Lahore city. It is located near the Lahore Railway Station. Garhi Shahu Town is now considered the busiest town in Lahore. Many banks, schools, test labs and restaurants are present in the area. A bazar known as Garhi Shahu Main Bazar is also located in the area. The Sardar Trust Eye Hospital is also located in this area, chaired by the Speaker of the National Assembly of Pakistan Sardar Ayaz Sadiq. Show Garhi Shāhuon the map
Chak UmraChak Umra (Urdu: چک امرا‎) is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Chakwal Tehsil. There is a Girls' High school in the village, a Maktab Primary and a Primary Schools for boys. Local agriculture involves cultivation of peanuts and different types of vegetables. Chak Umra union council includes the following villages: Chak Umra, Mian Mair, Farid Kassar, Dhoke Hajian Nadral, Dhoke Wadan, Show Chak Umraon the map
RājowālRajowal Nau or New Rajowal is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Name Rajwal Nau originated from Rajowal Kuhna located between Khudian and Chunian on the Grand Trunk Road built by Sher Shah Suri. The Mosque of Rajowal Kuhan has a unique Mughal structure, built by General Shahbaz Khan Kamboh, a general of Mughal Emperor Akbar. It is part of Kasur Tehsil and is located at 30°52'60N 74°17'60E with an altitude of 179 metres (590 feet). Show Rājowālon the map
Mandi BurewalaBurewala (Urdu: بُورے والا‎) (Punjabi: بُورے والا), is a city of Vehari District in southern Punjab, Pakistan. The city of Burewala is the headquarters of Burewala Tehsil, an administrative subdivision of the district. It is located at 30°10'0N 72°39'0E and has an altitude of 133 metres (439 feet). According to the 1998 census of Pakistan, Burewala had about 150,000 people. As of 2000, it is the 31st biggest city in Pakistan by population. Postal code of Burewala is 61010. Show Mandi Burewalaon the map
Shādan LundShadan Lund is dominated Area of Sori Lund tribe. The name Tuman Sori is named after Sardar Sori Khan Lund, grandson of Sardar Haider Khan Lund and son of Sardar Shadan Khan Lund. So town name is after Sardar Shadan Khan Lund. This town is situated between Indus River and mountain Koh-e-Sulaiman range. Its distance from Koh-e-Sulaiman range is near 15km. This is the town of Dera Ghazi Khan With two canals on the western side whice raises the beauty of this town. Show Shādan Lundon the map
KhānewālKhanewal (Urdu: خانیوال‎), (Punjabi: خانیوال) is a city and the capital of Khanewal District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is the host city to the second largest railway station in Pakistan. Khanewal is located at 30°18'0N 71°55'0E with an altitude of 128 metres. Show Khānewālon the map
Chak One Hundred Four Southern BranchChak No. 104 SB is a village in Sargodha District in Punjab, Pakistan. Its neighboring villages are Chak No. 108, 109, & 142 SB and 49 NB. This chak is situated at Faisalabad Road, and Jhang Bypass, near 49 Tail. This village was an agricultural area but now people have the trend towards personal businesses.Chak No. 104 SB’s another most prominent feature is that it is situated in lap of Kirana Hills of Sargodha and on the other side it has Pakistan Air Base. Show Chak One Hundred Four Southern Branchon the map
RehmānābādRehmanabad is a village of Talagang Tehsil, Chakwal District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It lies 25 km north-west from Talagang and 10 km north-west to Kotsarang village. It used to be called Loteri, which means (Loh(Iron) Dheri(Heap). Inhabitants of this village are mostly Awan and the primary occupations in the village are farming and military service. Major crops are wheat and peanuts. Nearby villages are Kotsarang, Dhok Pathan, Dohler and Mongla. Show Rehmānābādon the map
ChandrāmiChandrami is a town of Sadiqabad Tehsil in the Rahim Yar Khan District of Pakistan. A village where most of the population is Warind and many minority casts also live there .Popular personality of the village is Rais Akmal Warind which was the ex-city Naib nazim and business man.Chandrami has the best cricket team in the sadiqabad region. people in chandrami are very talented and hardworking.It is located to the north-west of Sadiqabad, the tehsil capital. Show Chandrāmion the map
NathotNathot is a village in Punjab, Pakistan. It is situated about 40 km east of Rawalpindi and near Kahuta. It has a population of approximately 2,000. The language spoken in the village is Pothohari, a dialect of Punjabi. Most people make a living from farming, cattle, and particularly from growing wheat. A traditional occasion of “Sakhi Sayedan Shah Bukhari” is arranged every year in March. The word Nathot is derived from the name of a person, “Natho Khan”. Show Nathoton the map
RajoiāRajoa is a village in Dadyal Tehsil, Mirpur District of Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. It is surrounded by Thara, Smor, Bloh, Chalayar, Dargar, and Behari. According to the 1998 census of Pakistan, its population was 504. The shrine of the Sufi saint Baba Badar Shah (known as Chamba Darbar) is situated here. Like much of Mirpur, Rajoa has deep ties with the United Kingdom. Many people originally from Rajoa have settled in Birmingham and its surrounding area. Show Rajoiāon the map
NārangNarang (Urdu: نارنگ‎), or Narang Mandi (Urdu: نارنگ منڈی‎), is a city located in the Muridke Tehsil of Shaikhupur District, Punjab, Pakistan. Famous Colleges: 1. \n* Govt. Degree College For Boys, Narang 2. \n* Govt. Degree College For Girls, Narang 3. \n* Professors Group Of Colleges, Narang Famous Personalities: Show Nārangon the map
Māna AhmadāniMana Ahmadani (Urdu: مانہ احمدانی‎), is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 29°47'58N 70°35'3E and has an altitude of 111 metres (367 feet). Mana Ahmadani has been named for Sardar Mana Khan Ahmadani Baloch, who was tribal chief of Ahmadani Baloch tribe. The prominent tribe of the town is Ahmadani Baloch. It is the last union council of DG Khan district bordering Rajanpur District Show Māna Ahmadānion the map
Kotla Arab Ali KhānKotla Arab Ali Khan (Urdu: کوٹلہ ارب علی خان‎, also known as Kotla-Kakrali or Kotla) is a small town in Pakistan. The town is located at 32°51'05N 74°04'20E and is situated near the border with Azad Kashmir and Punjab, Pakistan. Kotla Arab Ali Khan is the Union Council of Tehsile Kharian located in the Gujrat District of Pakistan. The town is located 35 km away from the district capital Gujrat and Bhimber Azad Kashmir is just 12 km away from Kotla. Kakrali is neighbouring village of kotla. Show Kotla Arab Ali Khānon the map
KasūrKasur or Qasur (Urdu: قصُور‎), (Punjabi: قصور), is the headquarters of Kasur District, Pakistan. It is the 20th most populous city of Pakistan. Bordered to the north by Lahore, by India to the south and east, the city is adjacent to the border of Ganda Singh Wala, a border with its own flag-lowering ceremony similar to that of Wagah but far more intimate and less jingoistic. Kasur is also the burial place of the legendary Sufi-poet Bulleh Shah. Show Kasūron the map
MalakwālMalakwal (Urdu: ملکوال ‎) is a city in Mandi Bahauddin District, Punjab, Pakistan. Show Malakwālon the map
NatāinNatain is a village located in Dina Tehsil of Jhelum District in province of Punjab, Pakistan. It is about 20 km away from town of Dina and 35 km away from Jhelum city. The village is one of many villages surrounding Dina town. The village is located 32°59'53\"N and 73°32'2\"E and has an altitude of 275 metres (905 ft). It consists mainly of large crop fields of theresidents. Surrounding Natain are villages like Khojki, Khukha, Mota Gharbi etc. Show Natāinon the map
NokharNokhar is a small town/village and union council in Tehsil Nowshera Virkan, Gujranwala District, Punjab province, Pakistan. Nokhar is located at a distance of 18 km from Nowshera Virkan and about 33 km from Gujranwala on road.The distance of Hafizabad from Nokhar is 22 km and Alipur Chattha is 30 km away.The village is under jurisdiction of Police Station Kot Ladha. The total area of Nokhar is about 3,600 acres (15 km2). Show Nokharon the map
KhewraKhewra is a second populated City of Jhelum and the neighbor City of Pind Dadan Khan Tehsil in Jhelum District, Punjab province, Pakistan, it is located at 32°38'60N 73°1'0E. The City is administratively subdivided into two Union Councils and is the location of the Khewra Salt Mines. The population of Khewra city is near about 35000 peoples. Khewra is known as a best tourist city of Jhelum District because of Khewra Salt Mine Tourist Resort. Show Khewraon the map
Allāma Iqbāl ColonyAllama Iqbal Colony (Urdu: علامہ اقبال کالونی ‎) is one of the neighbourhoods of Lyari Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. This neighbourhood is named after Allama Iqbal the national poet of Pakistan. There are several ethnic groups including Muhajirs, Sindhis, Punjabis, Kashmiris, Seraikis, Pakhtuns, Balochis, Memons, Bohras Ismailis, etc. Allama Iqbal Colony is also the 11th and largest Union Council of Lyari town. Mr. Shahjahan Baloch has served the constituency as Nazim from 2003 to 2008. Show Allāma Iqbāl Colonyon the map
Bhatta'Siranwali' () Is A Town On The Gujranwala-Pasrur- Road in Daska Tehsil, Sialkot District, Pakistan. The town is home to grain markets Mirza Printing Center And Photo Studio Bus Stop Siranwali which provides jobs 50 thousands of people. There are over 30 Rice Mills located in the area, making it one of the major grain markets in the Punjab region. The town is located close to, and partly merged with, Mianwali Bangla. Show Bhattaon the map
AllūwāliAlluwali (Urdu: علووالى‎), is a small city village and union council of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is almost 39 km (by road) from the district capital Mianwali which lies to the north.It is located in Piplan Tehsil at 32°21'57N 71°24'5E and lies on the bank of the Indus River. Alluwali has a population up to 40000. It is situated almost 7 km from Chashma Nuclear Power Complex, Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission. Show Allūwālion the map
MiānwāliMianwali (Urdu: is the capital city of Mianwali District, Pakistan.In November 1901, present day tehsils of Mianwali, Isa Khel and Piplan were separated from Bannu District and districts Bhakkar and Layyah from Dera Ismail Khan District and clubbed together to form a new district named Mianwali with its headquarters in Mianwali city. The municipal committee was founded in December 1993 and has remained operational since then. Show Miānwālion the map
JabbiJabbi Shah Dilawar is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, it is part of Talagang Tehsil Jabbi Shah Dilawar Postal Code is 48020, It contain two Govt. School (Boys High School & Girls Middle School, Seven Mosque in Jabbi Shah Dilawar, Its population is more than 10,000 including urban (Dhoke) and is located at 33°5'36N 71°59'29E. Show Jabbion the map
Chak One Hundred Three Jhang BranchBurj Mandi is a village in Chak Jhumra in Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. It has a railway station on the Faisalabad Sargodha Railway. It is part of pp51 of Punjab assambly. Its location can be seen at the Satellite Images of Burj Mandi at original name: Burj Mandi geographical location: Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan, Asia geographical coordinates: 31° 39' 25\" North, 73° 6' 0\" East Show Chak One Hundred Three Jhang Branchon the map
KandwālWaseem is a resident of Kandwal village a union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Pind Dadan Khan Tehsil. It is situated at Khustab road and has population over 30000. Famous Awan caste people lives here and famous for loyalty. Kandwal goun is a village at Chamoli district near Karanprayag Block in Uttarakhand state in India. Show Kandwālon the map
Hathi PindHathiwind, also known as Hathi Pind, is a village in the Sargodha District of Punjab province, Pakistan. It is located at an altitude of 186 metres (613 feet) and is situated in the Bhera-Bhalwal Road. This road separates the village in two parts. There is a government hospital, a primary school and a private middle school. Most of students have to go surrounding cities and towns for education. There is also a girls primary school. Show Hathi Pindon the map
KālābāghKalabagh (Punjabi,Urdu: کالا باغ‎), a town and union council of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Isakhel Tehsil. It is located on the western bank of Indus River. It is the site of the proposed Kalabagh Dam. It is also famous for its red hills of the salt range and scenic view of the Indus River traversing through the hills. It also produces handicrafts especially footwear and Makhadi Halwa. Show Kālābāghon the map
VahowaVehova or Vehoa is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District of Punjab, Pakistan. The town is part of Taunsa Tehsil. It is located in south of Punjab at 31°7'58N 70°30'46E and has an elevation of 196 metres. According to a study by the Asian Development Bank in 2006, a significant number of the people of Vehova, along with similar areas of the Punjab bordering Balochistan, were living below the poverty line. Show Vahowaon the map
BalkasarBalkassar (Urdu: بلکسر‎) is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan It is part of Chakwal Tehsil. The village gets its name from the Kassar tribe, who also make up the bulk of the population. It is one of a cluster of villages such as Chawli, Dhudial, Mangwal, Bikhari Khurd and Balokassar, which form the tribal homeland of the Kassar (Mughal)tribe. Show Balkasaron the map
Hassan AbdālHasan Abdal or Hassan Abdal (Urdu: حسن ابدال‎) is a historic town of 50,000 residents in Attock District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located where the Grand Trunk Road meets the Karakoram Highway near the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, 40 km northwest of Rawalpindi. The town is famous for Gurdwara Sri Panja Sahib, one of the most sacred sites in Sikhism, where thousands of Sikhs congregate on the eve of Besakhi every year . Show Hassan Abdālon the map
LāliānLalian (Punjabi: لالیاں) is a city in the Chiniot District of Punjab province, in Pakistan. It is located at 31°49'21N 72°47'50E with an altitude of 171 metres (564 feet) and is situated on the road. It is named after \"Mian Muhammad Siddiq Lali\", a Muslim saint of Lali tribe. According to the census of 1998, Lalian holds total population of 90,000. The total number of households was 4436. Show Lāliānon the map
Chak Sixty-seven Jakh Branch Show Chak Sixty-seven Jakh Branchon the map
Qila Shah FaisalQila Gujar Singh (Meaning: Fort of Gujjar Singh) is a town located in the central part of Lahore. As shown by name it was the fort of Gujjar Singh Banghi. Some walls and a gate still remains as a memory of the Gujar Singh's fort. All the area of fort has become local property. There is a busy market in streets of Qila Gujar Singh area. It is surrounded by Police line, Lahore Hotel, TV station & Radio station. Show Qila Shah Faisalon the map
NaddhaNaddha is a village located at the borders of district Gujranwala and Sialkot,in Pakistan. This is in Thana Wahndo of Gujranwala District near Sakhana Bajwa village. The village has one Middle School for girls and one Primary School for boys. This is located on old route from Narowal to Gujranwala and further to Hafizabad and Sargodha. The road still exists, but for single traffic only. There was a sizable population of Sikhs and some Hindus. They migrated to India. Muslims from Eastern Punjab side of migrated and settled here. Show Naddhaon the map
JāgalJagal (Urdu: جاگل‎) is a village in District Gujrat Punjab, Pakistan, situated about 6 kilometres (4 mi) east of Kotla Arab Ali Khan. The village is 38 kilometres (24 mi) from Gujrat city and about 30 kilometres (19 mi) from Kharian city. The union council of Jagal is Dilawarpur which is 2 kilometres (1 mi) to the east. The border of Azad Kashmir lies approximately 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) north of the village. Show Jāgalon the map
KhushābKhushab (Urdu: خُوشاب‎) is a city as well as a district in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The word Khushab means \"sweet water.\" Khushab city also serves as the headquarters of Khushab Tehsil, an administrative subdivision of the district Khushab. The city of Khushab is home to the Khushab Nuclear Complex, a critical part of the Pakistan's Special Weapons Program, which has come under much heated scrutiny. Show Khushābon the map
Chak Number ThreeChak Number Three is a place in Mandi Bahauddin District of the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is a small village with about 300 houses. It is south from Bhaga pind, west from Sohawa, east from Chemun and north from Bhiki sherief. There is one mosque in the village. The majority of the young generation is living abroad in United States, Canada, UK, and Europe. Agriculture includes growing bamboo in their fields. Show Chak Number Threeon the map
ChakriānChakrian is a village with a population of around 10,000 in union council Langay, (near Mangowall) in Gujrat District, Pakistan. Chakrian is situated 23 kilometers away from Gujrat towards the West. Historically, this village was named after Sardar Chakar Singhan, an influential Sikh Sardar. The Sufi saint Shah Sharif came to the village in the 17th century and converted all the villagers to Islam. Show Chakriānon the map
BalobāniānBalobanaian is a largest village of the sarai alamgir. It is almost 22 km from sarai alamgir, the largest family is Jutt.Nowadays the village at the under control of Ch. Hadim Hussain chairman of Jaba area. Village at the under control of Police Station Bulani.There are two school in village Govt. primary school Boys and Govt. primary school Girls.M. Suleman is the one of the best man of Jaba area. Show Balobāniānon the map
Hazro CityHazro (Punjabi, Urdu: حضرو‎) is a town located at north-west of Pakistan in Attock District of the Punjab province Pakistan. It is located approximately halfway between Peshawar and Islamabad, the federal capital. This town is the capital of Hazro Tehsil, an administrative subdivision of the district, and the central marketplace of the Chachh region, consisting of 82 villages located along the Indus River. Show Hazro Cityon the map
BhawānjBhoanj is a village in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at the distance of around 15 km from the city of Jhelum. Bhoanj is located at the banks of Upper Jhelum Canal.Bhoanj is located in a valley between Tilla Jogian mountain range and the hills of Pubbi. The village has a government schools for both boys and girls and there is also a couple of clinics providing medical facilities. Show Bhawānjon the map
PalākharBhalaKhar (also called: Palākhar, Bhalakar, Bhalākaris) is a village of Kallar Syedan Tehsil, Rawalpindi District, Punjab, Pakistan. It was populated by Gakhar tribe. The original name is Palakhar. Palakhar is derived from Palakh (Sultan Palak or Sultan Pakhi) and kaar mean home so Palakhar was the home of Sultan Polakh who was father of Sultan Hathi Kahan Gakhar who is also buried in Bhalakhar Show Palākharon the map
Mandi BahāuddīnMandi Bahauddin (also spelled Mandi Baha ud Din) (Urdu: ضلع منڈی بہاؤالدین ‎) is a district in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is bordered on the northwest by the Jhelum River, on the southeast by the Chenab River (which separates it from Gujranwala District and Gujrat District), and on the southwest by the Sargodha District. The district has an area of 2,673 square kilometres (1,032 sq mi). Show Mandi Bahāuddīnon the map
BaigālBegal Urdu: بیگال‎ is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, it is part of Chakwal Tehsil and is located at 33°2'57N 72°39'11E. Show Baigālon the map
Danda Shāh BilāwalDanda Shah Bilawal is a village in Punjab, Pakistan. It is located on the route to Karachi between Talagang and Mianwali. Danda Shah Bilawal is at a distance of 195 km, or 2 hours and 48 minutes drive from Islamabad. Around forty people from this village took part in World War I, and two gave their lives. It has a population of 7,500. This village is the trade center for surrounding villages and towns because of its location on the main road. Show Danda Shāh Bilāwalon the map
RājanpurRajanpur (Urdu: راجن پُور‎), is a city and the headquarters of Rajanpur District in the far southwestern part of Punjab, Pakistan. The district lies entirely west of the Indus River. it is a narrow, 32 kilometres (20 mi) to 64 kilometres (40 mi) wide strip of land sandwiched between the Indus River on the east and the Sulaiman Mountains on the west. It had a population of 42,986 in 1998. Show Rājanpuron the map
RokhriRokhri is a town and union council of Mianwali District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°39'25N 71°30'37E The Pashtun tribe of Niazi is in the majority in this town. The town is situated at the bank of River Indus and is famous for Ikramullah Khan Paikhel MPA Minister Forest Punjab Area. Some of the Niazis who reside in Rokhri consist of the following clans: \n* Kotane Khel \n* Derya khel \n* Khalil Khel/Sher Khel \n* Samand Khel \n* Kallah Khel \n* Hathi Khel \n* Malook Khel \n* Soney Khel \n* Saido Khel \n* Momak Zai \n* Kokay Khel Show Rokhrion the map
Faisal ColonyFaisal Colony (Urdu: فیصل کالونی ‎) is one of the neighbourhoods of New Karachi Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. There are several ethnic groups in Faisal Colony including Muhajirs, Sindhis, Punjabis, Kashmiris, Seraikis, Pakhtuns, Balochis, Memons, Bohras, Ismailis, etc. Over 99% of the population is Muslim. The population of New Karachi Town is estimated to be nearly one million. Show Faisal Colonyon the map
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Dullāh BhaderaDullāh Bhādera (Urdu: دُلّہ بهڈيرا‎) is a village and Union Council of Bahawalnagar District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Chishtian Tehsil. It was built by and named after Abdullah Khan Bhadera three centuries ago. It is a few kilometers from the bank of river Sutlej. The village has a hospital (Basic Health Unit) and a middle school for girls. Show Dullāh Bhaderaon the map
Chak JhumraChak Jhumra (Urdu: چک جهُمره‎), is a Railway junction and tehsil situated at a distance of about 21 km from Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan on Faisalabad-Sangla Hill Road. It was a grain market before partition. There was an army airport which was destroyed in Pak-India 1965 war. Show Chak Jhumraon the map
PākpattanPakpattan (Urdu: پاکپتّن‎), is the capital city of the Pakpattan District in the Sahiwal Division in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Pakpattan is one of the ancient cities of Pakistan. It is the city that has the shrine of Fariduddin Ganjshakar. Pakpattan is located roughly 40 kilometres (25 mi) from the border with India, and 184 kilometres (114 mi) by road southwest of Lahore. Show Pākpattanon the map
HaranpurHaranpur is a town and union council of Pind Dadan Khan Tehsil in Jhelum District, Punjab province, Pakistan, it is located at 32°36'11N 73°8'53E. During British rule a bridge was built for the Sindsagar line of the North-Western Railway. On the opposite side of the river, at a distance of about 5 miles, lies the old town of Mieni, once a place of distinct importance. Show Haranpuron the map
NaliNali Shumali (Urdu: نلّى شُمالى‎), is a village and one of the 51 Union Councils (administrative subdivisions) of Khushab District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°29'17N 72°19'26E Nali shumali is one of the largest and most populous villages of district Khushab. Its population is 30,000. There are many mines of coal silica and other minerals. Show Nalion the map
Kot Karam KhānKot Karam Khan is a small town in the Rahim Yar Khan District of Punjab, Pakistan. Its geographical coordinates are 28° 35' 20\" north, 70° 8' 40\" east and its original name (with diacritics) is Kot Karam Khān. It is surrounded by many small villages, with the nearest large town being Jamaldin Wali. The district capital, Rahim Yar Khan, is 32 km to the northeast. Show Kot Karam Khānon the map
Madina TownMadina Town is a residential neighborhood in Faisalabad, Pakistan. It is located near Susan Road and is considered one of the posh parts of the city. It became a municipal administration area (town) in 2005. Its main villages are Bhaiwala, Gatti 202 rb, Manawala. Dhuddi Wala 214/R.BIt is mainly situated between two Canals 213/RB and 214/RB. Show Madina Townon the map
BahāwalnagarBahawalnagar (Punjabi,Urdu: is the capital city of Bahawalnagar District situated in the south east region in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It also contains the administrative headquarters of the tehsil. It is 192 miles south of Lahore and about 120 miles east of Bahwalpur. River Satluj passes on the northern side at a distance of about 6 miles. Show Bahāwalnagaron the map
Kot LakhpatKot Lakhpat (Urdu: کوٹ لکھپت ‎) is a residential and industrial area of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 31° 27' 57N 74° 20' 14E. Kot Lakhpat is bordered by the Defense Housing Society to the east and Township to the west. Kot Lakhpat Railway Station, Lahore Race Club, Quaid-e-Azam Industrial Estate and Central Jail Lahore are situated in this area. Show Kot Lakhpaton the map
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GirotGirote (Urdu: گِروٹ‎), is a village and Union council in Khushab District, Punjab, Pakistan and is region 28 out of 51. It is situated on the western Bank of River Jehlum, and 26 kilometres (16 mi) towards south from Khushab. Specifically, it is located at 32°5'6N 72°16'29E. The village has a Branch of MCB Bank, a basic health facility, and a Post Office. Show Giroton the map
KamokeKāmoke (Urdu: كاموكى‎), is a town of Gujranwala District located in Punjab, Pakistan, it has a population of 167,300. The city is the capital of Kamoke Tehsil which is an administrative subdivision of the district, the city is itself subdivided into 8 Union Councils. The city is located on the Grand Trunk Road 21 km from Gujranwala and 44 km from Lahore. Show Kamokeon the map
Nawān Chak Rakh Kakki KohnaNai Abadi (Urdu: نئی آبادی ‎) is one of the neighbourhoods of Baldia Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. There are several ethnic groups in Nai Abadi including Muhajirs, Sindhis, Kashmiris, Seraikis, Pakhtuns, Balochis, Memons, Bohras and Ismailis. Show Nawān Chak Rakh Kakki Kohnaon the map
MominābādMominabad (Urdu: مومن آباد ‎) is one of the neighbourhoods of Orangi Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. There are several ethnic groups in Moinabad including Muhajirs, Sindhis, Kashmiris, Seraikis, Pakhtuns, Balochis, Memons, Bohras, Ismailis, etc. Over 99% of the population is Muslim. The population of Landhi Town is estimated to be nearly one million. Show Mominābādon the map
Dera Ghazi KhanDera Ghazi Khan (Urdu: ڈيره غازي خان‎), abbreviated as D. G. Khan or locally as دیرہ غازی خان in nastaʿlīq script, is a geographically central city of Pakistan at the junction of all four provinces of Pakistan. The city is the headquarters of Dera Ghazi Khan Division, which consists of the Dera Ghazi Khan, Rajanpur, Muzaffargarh and Layyah districts. Show Dera Ghazi Khanon the map
DingaDinga is a city of Gujrat District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It lies between the rivers Jhelum and Chenab. The main highway that runs from Lahore to Rawalpindi is about 27 km northeast of Dinga. Dinga is about 100 km from the border that separates Pakistan and India, the city is famous in Pakistan for meethi saunf (sugar-coated aniseeds). Show Dingaon the map
Shāhbāz KhelShahbaz Khel is a village of Lakki Marwat District, in the southern part of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan. It is located at 32°36'36N 71°31'40E with an altitude of 202 meters (666 feet) and is situated in the north-west of the district, lying between Titter Khel and Darra Pezu. It is the main village of the Union council of Darra Pezu. Show Shāhbāz Khelon the map
BokanBoken or Bokan is a village and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Jhelum Tehsil, and is located at 33°9′N 73°4′E / 33.150°N 73.067°E with an altitude of 489 metres (1,604 ft). It was most probably named after a Gujjar clan named Boken, which is still found here among local Gujjars in good numbers. Show Bokanon the map
Sandiliānwāli is a small town of Pir Mahal Tehsil in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is near the Ravi River. Sandhilianwali is surrounding by green fields. Darbar e Qutbia, located in the town of Sandhilianwali, is one of the oldest Muslim shrines in Central Punjab. It houses the remains of a Sufi saint Syed Qutab Ali Shah. Show Sandiliānwālion the map
SalaiSaloi is a village located 35 km south of Chakwal, Pakistan. It has a total population of 2,800. It is located in between mountains. Tehsil of saloi is Choa syeden shah and district is Chakwal. It was founded by Mehmood Ghazni around a thousand years ago. The local language spoken in Saloi is Punjabi. The economy is based around agriculture. Show Salaion the map
Jaman ShāhJaman Shah is a small town in Layyah District in Punjab in Pakistan. It lies at 30°52'16.5\"N 70°56'20.1\"E, 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) south of Layyah city. The area consists of a semi-rectangular block of sandy land between the Indus and Chenab rivers in Sindh Sagar Doaba. It is within the recently established civil division of Dera Ghazi Khan. Show Jaman Shāhon the map
TarātiTarati (Urdu: تراٹی), is a village in Narali Union Council, Gujar Khan Tehsil, Rawalpindi District, Punjab, Pakistan. Tarati lies at the heart of the Pothohar cultural region. The area has considerable natural resources in the form of petroleum and natural gas.It is approximately 45 kilometres southeast of Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan Show Tarātion the map
Sodhi BālaSodhi Bala is a village of Khushab District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is situated on the link road (Khatwaii to Surakki Jhalar road), 4 km from Khatwaii, a prominent stop on Khushab Naushehra road.. It is about 47 kilometers distance from district headquarters Jauahrabad and 90 kilometers from divisional headquarters Sargodha. Show Sodhi Bālaon the map
SillānwāliSillanwali (Punjabi,Urdu: is a town of Sargodha District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The town is tehsil headquarters of Sillanwali Tehsil. It is situated at 31°49'45N 72°32'22E, lying in the southern area of Sargodha, bordering with Jhang District in the Bhatiore area. Population is mainly Muslim and Punjabi speaking. Show Sillānwālion the map
Jamsher KalānJamsher Kalan (Urdu: جمشير كلاں‎), is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Chunian Tehsil and is located at 30°49'0N 74°7'0E with an altitude of 175 metres (577 feet). Its Nazim is Major Muhammad Sarwar and Union Council Secretory is Muhammad Hassan Joya Which belongs to Chunian City. Show Jamsher Kalānon the map
Jāndiāla Sher KhānJandiala Sherkhan, or Jandiala Sher Khan (Urdu: جنڈيالہ شيرخان‎), is a town of Sheikhupura District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part Sheikhupura Tehsil. and is located at 31°49'15N 73°55'10E. The town is notable for being the birthplace of famous poet Waris Shah, known as the Punjabi Shakespeare, and contains his Mausoleum. Show Jāndiāla Sher Khānon the map
Green TownGreen Town is a residential area of Lahore, Pakistan. It was planned and constructed by the Lahore Development Authority (LDA). Green Town contains several government and private schools, technical institutes, and colleges, as well as more than fifty parks. Some parts of Quaid-e-Azam's industrial estate are located in Green Town. Show Green Townon the map
Darya GaliDarya Gali is a village and union council of Murree Tehsil in the Rawalpindi District of Punjab, Pakistan. It is located in the north of the tehsil and is bounded to the north by Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, to the south by Ghora Gali and Murree, and to the west by Rawat. According to the 1998 census of Pakistan it had a population of 11,414. Show Darya Galion the map
MānkiālaManikiala was a village of undivided India, but is now part of Pakistan. It contains a large stupa, one of the first known to Europeans, who early detected traces of Greek influence in the sculpture. The stupa was excavated by General Court in 1834, and has been identified by A. Cunningham with the scene of Buddha’s Show Mānkiālaon the map
Khān Muhammad WālaKhan Muhammad Wala is a Union council in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Khan Muhammad Wala village is situated on the road joining Bhera with Bhalwal. It is 8 km away from Bhera and 15 km from Bhalwal. It lies on the bank of Shahpur canal. The majority of the people are farmers who grow mostly sugarcane, wheat, rice, and tambacoo. Show Khān Muhammad Wālaon the map
Benka ChīmaBanka Cheema (pronounced Benka Cheema), is a village and Union Council of Wazirabad tehsil, Gujranwala District, West Punjab, Pakistan. The village belongs to Jatts of Cheema clan. It is located North West of township Ghakar and South of river Chenab. Neighbouring villages are: Baddoke, Gakhar city, Ahmad nagar chattaRahwali centt Show Benka Chīmaon the map
Khāngāh DogrānKhanga Dogran is a village in Nankana Sahib District, Punjab province of Pakistan. The Dogar Muslim Rajput clan migrated from India and settled in Khanga Dogra after independence of Pakistan in 1947. The population of the village is over 5000. The geographical coordinates of Khanga Dogran are 31°51'14.32\" North, 73°37'44.36\" East. Show Khāngāh Dogrānon the map
Khuram ColonyKhurram Colony is a neighborhood of Rawalpindi in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. Adjacent to the neighborhood of Muslim Town, Khurram Colony runs along the southern side of Haji Chowk to the Jahaz Ground Stop. Islamabad International Airport abuts the southern edge of the suburb. Vice Admiral Shahid Iqbal is a notable resident. Show Khuram Colonyon the map
Chak ShādiChak Shadi is a village and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is located near the town of Pinanwal and is a part of Pind Dadan Khan Tehsil, and is located at 32°39'40N 73°15'20E with an altitude of 206 metres (679 feet). Almost the entire population is Muslim, and belong to the Jalap tribe.Raja Muhamad Hayat Khan Nawab Of Chak shadi Show Chak Shādion the map
PasrūrPasrur (Urdu: پسرُور‎), is a city of Sialkot District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The city is the capital of Pasrur Tehsil and is administratively subdivided into two Union councils. It is located at 32°16'0N 74°40'0E with an altitude of 238 metres (784 feet). The nearest big cities are Sialkot, Narowal and Gujranwala. Show Pasrūron the map
Thanil KamālThanil Kamal is a village of Chakwal District, Pakistan, located about 30 kilometres from the city of Chakwal. Nearby villages include Bhikhari, Chak kuka, Dabri, Dulla, Ghugh, Haraj, Jabbi dhok, Narag, and Pind. Thanil Kamal and Dulha may be considered \"twin villages\". There is a seasonal river which surrounds Thanil Kamal. Show Thanil Kamālon the map
Shāh SadruddīnShah Sadar Din is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 30°16'44N 70°43'49E and has an altitude of 116 metres (383 feet). Due to its location near the Indus River, agriculture is the main occupation. Wheat, rice and cotton are important crops of this area. Show Shāh Sadruddīnon the map
Wān BhachrānWan Bhachran (Urdu: واں بهچراں‎), is a town and union council, an administrative sub division, of Mianwali District in Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Mianwali Tehsil. The word 'Wan' means 'a well' in the Punjabi language whereas 'Bhachran' refers to the Bhachar clan that is prevalent in this part of the region. Show Wān Bhachrānon the map
KaliānaKalyana (Urdu: کلیانہ‎) is one of the neighbourhoods of Arifwala in District Pakpattan Sahiwal Division in the Punjab province of Pakistan. There are several ethnic groups in Kalyana. The population of this town is estimated to be near one hundred thousand. Show Kaliānaon the map
ManghotManghot (Urdu: منگھوٹ‎) is a town which is located in Gujar Khan Tehsil, Rawalpindi District, Punjab, Pakistan. Kayani is a major tribe in Gujar Khan Tehsil which claims ancestry from PersianKayanian dynasty and Janjua Rajput is also a major tribe which belongs to Jattal and Mohra Shera Village in Union Council Manghot. Show Manghoton the map
Pind Rahīm ShāhPind Rahim Shah is a small village near Miani town in Sargodha District, Punjab province, Pakistan. The village was founded by Rahim Shah - hence the name Pind Rahim Shah or village of Rahim Shah. There are many ethnic groups in the village but the majority are Sherazi Syed, who originate from Shiraz a city of Iran, Show Pind Rahīm Shāhon the map
BātapurBatapur is a village near the city of Lahore, Pakistan. It was established as a residence for the workers of Bata shoe factory. The international airport is the Allama Iqbal International Airport in Lahore is on 30 minutes drive. This was ruined once during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1965 and Indo-Pakistan War of 1971. Show Bātapuron the map
Shāh NikdurShah Nikdur is a small town in the Pakistan district of Sargodha, Punjab, on the border between Sargodha and Jhang District. It is 26 km away from Sillanwali, and is a part of Sillanwali Tehsil. Estimated population range of Shah Nikdur is from 40,000 to 50,000 peoples. Most of residents are migrated from India. Show Shāh Nikduron the map
HāsilpurHasilpur (Punjabi,Urdu: حاصل پور‎), is a city in Bahawalpur District in southern Punjab, Pakistan. The city is located between the Satluj River and the Indian border and lies 96 km east of the district Bahawalpur. The city is also the headquarters of Hasilpur Tehsil, an administrative subdivision of the district. The city itself is divided into to two parts, \"Old Hasilpur\" and \"Hasilpur Mandi\". Hasilpur is situated at the brink of Cholistan desert. Show Hāsilpuron the map
DulmiālDulmial (Urdu: is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District (Urdu: ﭼﻜﻮﺍﻝ‎) in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, it is part of Choa Saidan Shah Tehsil. Dulmial is now known within Pakistan as the ‘village with the gun’. The village has a population of nearly 30,000. Show Dulmiālon the map
WarāichānwālaKharian Tehsil is a subdivision (tehsil) of Gujrat District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The land lies between the rivers of Chenab and Jhelum and in the North the foothills of the mountains of Kashmir. A relatively large fraction of the native population have relatives settled abroad. Show Warāichānwālaon the map
SanghoriSanghori Sarwar Shaheed is a village of Gujar Khan Tehsil, Rawalpindi District, in Punjab, Pakistan. Captain Sarwar Shaheed, the first Nishan-e-haider holder, was born in this village. A memorial to Captain Sarwar Shaheed (Nishan-E-haider) is situated in Sanghori Sarwar Shaheed. (Muhammad Zafran Malik) Show Sanghorion the map
MāngatFor the Article on Jat clan, see Mangat (clan) Mangat is a town and Union Council of Mandi Bahauddin District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°31'0N 73°30'0E and has an altitude of 223 metres (734 feet). Literacy rate is not high in this locality. Farming is main occupation. Show Māngaton the map
Chakri VakīlānChakri Vakilan (Urdu:چڪرى وكيلاں ) is a village in Gujar Khan Tehsil, Rawalpindi District, Pakistan. The village is about 6 miles from Gujar Khan on the road from Gujar Khan to Daultala. Gulyana, Cheena, Mardyal, Patt, Dhoke Khokar are few villages located in the neighbourhood of Chakri Vakilan. Show Chakri Vakīlānon the map
Shaikh RajādaShaikh Rajada, also spelled Shaikherjada, is a village on Pasroor Road in Gujranwala District in West Punjab (Pakistan), with a population of around 2000. The village is predominated by the Jatt people of Buttar community/clan. It is located at 32°10′20″N 75°15′30″E / 32.17222°N 75.25833°E. Show Shaikh Rajādaon the map
ChīchāwatniChichawatni (Urdu: چِيچہ وطنى‎) is a city in the Sahiwal District of the Pakistani province of Punjab. Situated near the Grand Trunk Road, it lies approximately 45 kilometres (28 mi) from the district capital, Sahiwal. In 2011, Chichawatni's population was estimated at approximately 160,000. Show Chīchāwatnion the map
Chak Three Hundred Thirty-six Jhang BranchChiraghabad also spelled as Chiragabad (literally means \"place of lights\" Urdu: چراغ آباد‎) is an exurb of Faisalabad situated at the southern boundary of Faisalabad District. Traditionally, it was residing place for Zamindars and other natives of Village number 334. The town is provided with M4 motorway Interchange. Show Chak Three Hundred Thirty-six Jhang Branchon the map
Panjgrān KalānPunjgran Kalan (Urdu: is a town in Gujar Khan Tehsil Punjab, Pakistan. Punjgaran is also chief town of Union Council Punjgaran which is an administrative subdivision of the Tehsil,; and according to the 1998 census of Pakistan, the population of the Union Councils was 13,419. Show Panjgrān Kalānon the map
DullewālaDullewala (Urdu: is a town in the Bhakkar District in Punjab, Pakistan. Dullewala is famous by the name of Dulla Qazi. Hindus were inhabitants of the city before the Partition of India and creation of the state of Pakistan. Education is increasing, with Pakistan public school and college, Ghazi Public school, and Quaid Public School. Trading is the main business of the people of Dullewala. Show Dullewālaon the map
Abdul HakīmAbdul Hakeem (also known as Abdul Hakim, Urdu: is a city in Kabirwala Tehsil, Khanewal District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It lies 12 kilometres from Tulamba and is 3 km from the Ravi River. The tomb of the saint Abdul Hakim is located in the city near multan road. \n* Railway Station at Abdul Hakeem Show Abdul Hakīmon the map
SanghoiSanghoi is a village and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Jhelum Tehsil. Main tribe of this village is Jat., and is located at 32°52'0N 73°36'0E with an altitude of 223 metres (734 feet). and SANGHOI is also a sub caste of MAHAJARS Show Sanghoion the map
PhadrarPadhrar (Urdu: پدهراڑ‎) is a village and union council (an administrative subdivision) of Khushab District located in Punjab, Pakistan. It is part of Khushab tehsil. The village of Padhrar is located at the beginning of Soon Valley, which leads to the mountain peak of Sakesar. The village is an important village of Khushab from the political perspective. The Malik Awan tribe of the town have an active role in the politics of Khushab district. Show Phadraron the map
GunjyālQaidabad or Quaidabad (Urdu: قائد آباد ‎) is one of the neighbourhoods of Bin Qasim Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. There are several ethnic groups in Muzaffarabad including Urdu speakers, Sindhis, Kashmiris, Seraikis, Pakhtuns, Balochs, Memons, Bohras, Christians and Ismailis. Show Gunjyālon the map
Sher KotSher Kot is an administrative unit known as “Union Council” of Kohat District in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. District Kohat has 2 Tehsils i.e. Kohat and Lachi. Each Tehsil comprises certain numbers of Union council. There are 27 union councils in district Kohat. Show Sher Koton the map
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MānkiālaMankiala (also known as Manikyala and Manikiyala) is a village in the Potohar plateau, Punjab near Rawalpindi, Pakistan, known for its Mankiala Stupa - a Buddhist stupa. It is located some 50 km from Islamabad, beyond Rawat Fort. The name Mankiala is said to be derived from Raja Man or Manik. Show Mānkiālaon the map
LatifālLatifal is well known village of Chakwal District Punjab, Pakistan. The nearby villages are Mangwal, Sikriala, Narang. Latifal is located on the boundary of district Chakwal and District Rawalpindi. The population of Latifal was calculated to be around about 1,800 in 2007. Show Latifālon the map
JeyaJeya is a village of Mandi Bahauddin District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°31′55″N 73°23′0″E / 32.53194°N 73.38333°E and has an altitude of 210 metres (692 feet)..It is part of the Mandi Bahauddin Tehsil, located some 3km southeast of Chhimmon. Show Jeyaon the map
NachandiNachindi is a village in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of the Union Council of Jand Khanzada in Chakwal Tehsil. The population of Nachindi is about 4249. A large percentage of the population works for the Pakistan Army and other defence-related departments. Show Nachandion the map
TaunsaTaunsa (Punjabi,Urdu: تونٚسہ‎), also called (Taunsa Sharif تونسه شريف), is a city and capital of Taunsa Tehsil of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The town has important Sufi shrines, the most notable is that of Hazrat Muhammad Suleman Taunsvi. Show Taunsaon the map
ChhabChhab (Urdu : چھب) is a village of Pakistan, situated in District Attock and Tehsil Jand. It is located neer Makhad sharif which is situated on the bank of River Sindh. Chhab is one of the main business and education center of tribe Saghri Khattak living in area Narrah. Show Chhabon the map
Jalālpur BhattiānJalalpur Bhattian (Urdu: جلال پُور بهٹياں‎), is a city in the Hafizabad District of Pakistan. It is noted for its rice production. Jalalpur Bhattian is located 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) southeast of the Chenab River, 96.2 kilometres (59.8 mi) by road northeast of Faisalabad. Show Jalālpur Bhattiānon the map
Pindi BhattiānPindi Bhattian (Urdu: پِنڈى بهٹياں‎) is a city and an administration headquarters of Pindi Bhattian tehsil, located in the Hafizabad district in the state of Punjab, Pakistan.The unique thing about pindi bhattian is that it is a junction,Because M-2 and M-3 adjoin here. Show Pindi Bhattiānon the map
Qāim BharwānaQaim Bharwana is a town of the Jhang district in the Punjab province of Pakistan. This village has a High school for girls and boys, a library which has been rebuild recently. Qaim Bharwana also has a family planning center, Dispensary and a functional animal hospital. Show Qāim Bharwānaon the map
MochhMochh (Urdu: موچھ‎), is a town and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Mianwali Tehsil and is located north of the district capital at 32°44'49N 71°30'51E and lies east of the Indus River. Show Mochhon the map
KhāriānKharian (Urdu: کھاریاں ‎) (Pronunciation: Khariah) is a city located within the Gujrat District of the Punjab province of Pakistan. Kharian is the capital city of Kharian Tehsil, which administrates all of the numerous surrounding villages and towns of Greater Kharian. Show Khāriānon the map
SaiyidwālaSyedwala (سید والا) is a town in the Nankana Sahib District of Punjab, Pakistan. The town lies on the river Ravi in District Nankana Sahib, and connects District Faisalabad, District Sheikhupura, District Okara and District Nankana Sahib. It is 27 km from Jaranwala. As of 2016, the National Highway Authority of Pakistan is planning the construction of a bridge over the Ravi at Syedwala. Show Saiyidwālaon the map
Mustafa TownMustafa Town is a residential locality in Lahore, Pakistan. It is located on Wahdat Road near (old) Multan Road Chungi. It is developed by Lahore Development Authority. It borders Education Town, Ghani Colony and Mansoorah to the west. A list of Mustafa Town blocks: \n* Mamdot Block \n* Hidayat Ullah Block \n* Qayyum Block \n* Abbas Block \n* Shahbaz Block \n* Ahmed Yar Block Show Mustafa Townon the map
KundiānKundian (Urdu: كُندياں‎), is a town of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located in Piplan Tehsil at 32°27'0N 71°28'0E and is administratively divided into two Union Councils. The Kundian Nuclear Fuel Complex (KNFC) is located near Kundian. The major tribe of this city is Kundi which is further divided into sub castes e.g. Hussain Khel, Budhe Khel etc. Show Kundiānon the map
Rānewālthumb Ranewal also known as Ranewal Syedan (Urdu: رانیوال سیداں‎) is a family village in the west of Jalalpur Jattan in the Gujrat District of Punjab, Pakistan. The village is named after the family who lived there believed to be Sayyid. It has an altitude of 234 metres. Show Rānewālon the map
MungMong or Mung (مونگ ) is a town and Union Council of Mandi Bahauddin District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°39′00″N 73°31′00″E / 32.6500°N 73.5167°E at an altitude of 217 metres (715 feet). Mong, a historic and densely populated village. Show Mungon the map
AmīnpuraAminpur is a city of Faisalabad District situated at the boundary of Faisalabad district and the Chiniot District of Punjab province in Pakistan. It was the part of the PP-74 (Jhang-II) constituency of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab. Chak No. 207 JB Kalyar Show Amīnpuraon the map
HallaHalla (Urdu: ہلّہ‎), is a town and Union Council situated near Pattoki in Pattoki Tehsil of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 31°7'9N 73°43'24E with an altitude of 178 metres (587 feet). It is located on bank of Lower Bari Doaab. Show Hallaon the map
Basti SohnSohan is a village and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Jhelum Tehsil, and is located at 33°3'25N 73°26'30E with an altitude of 303 metres (997 feet). Most of the population belong to the Panhwar Sohlan Rajput's. Show Basti Sohnon the map
HujraHujra Shah Muqeem (Urdu: حُجره شاه مُقِيم‎), is a town in Depalpur Tehsil of Okara District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Depalpur Tehsil and is administratively subdivided into 3 Union Councils. The town is the site of an historic Gurudwara. Show Hujraon the map
NārowālNarowal (Urdu: نارووال‎), (Punjabi: نارووال) is a city in the northeast of the Punjab province of Pakistan. The city is the capital of Narowal District and Narowal Tehsil. It is situated on the banks of Ravi River about 4–5 km from the Indian border. Show Nārowālon the map
Burj Ran SinghBurj Ran Singh (Punjabi: ਬੁਰਜ ਰਣ ਸਿੰਘ, Shahmukhi and Urdu: بر ج رن سنگھ‎), also spelled as Burj Ran Singh Wala, is a village in the Chunian Tehsil of Kasur District in West Punjab (Pakistan). It is named after third Chief of Nakai Misl Sardar Ran Singh Nakai. Show Burj Ran Singhon the map
Hairānwāli KhuHairanwala Kalan is a village in Wazirabad Tehsil, in the Gujranwala District of Punjab, Pakistan. The numberdar of this village is Ghulam Rasool Cheema a descendant of Ch.Inayat Cheema. The tomb of Sayin Mastan Ali is in the village, as well as two mosques. Show Hairānwāli Khuon the map
NūrkotNurkot (Urdu: نورکوٹ‎), (Punjabi: نورکوٹ) is a town in the northeast of the Punjab province of Pakistan. The city Narowal is the district and Shakargarh is the Tehsil of Nurkot.It is situated on the banks of Nala Baien, about 20–25 km from the Indian border. Show Nūrkoton the map
Deo SiālDeo Sial(Dew Sial) is a town and Union Council of Chunian in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Chunian Tehsil and is located at an altitude of 171 metres (564 feet) above sea level. Deo Sial Union Council 74 elected local government of town. Show Deo Siālon the map
HadāliHadali (Urdu: هڈالى‎), is a town of Khushab District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. The town is administratively subdivided into two Union Councils, including Hadali-Ii and is located at 32°17'32N 72°11'32E with an altitude of 177 metres (583 feet). Show Hadālion the map
ChiniotChiniot (Urdu: چِنيوٹ‎; Punjabi: چنیوٹ) is a city and the administrative headquarter of Chiniot District in the state of Punjab, Pakistan. Located at the bank of the river Chenab, it is known for its intricate wooden furniture and for its architecture. Show Chinioton the map
Fort AbbāsFort Abbas (Urdu: فورٹ عبّاس‎), (Punjabi: فورٹ عباس), formerly Pholra, is a town and a tehsil in Bahawalnagar District in the Cholistan Desert of Punjab, Pakistan. It is situated south of Haroonabad, near Faqirwali, on the border of Pakistan and India. Show Fort Abbāson the map
BhawānaBhawana (also spelled as Bhowana) (Urdu: بھوانہ‎, Punjabi: بھوآنہ) is the capital of Bhawana tehsil and a city in Punjab, Pakistan. It is located on the bank of the Chenab river, bounded by Faisalabad, Jhang, and Chiniot, three other cities in Punjab. Show Bhawānaon the map
Chak HamīdChak Hamid is a village situated in the Pind Dadan Khan Tehsil of Jhelum District, of Punjab, Pakistan. Its geographical coordinates are 32° 37' 60 North and 73° 12' 0 East. Most of the population is Muslim, and most of them belong to Jalap Rajput. Show Chak Hamīdon the map
FerozewālaFirozwala (Urdu: is a town of Shaikhupur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The city is tehsil headquarters of Firozwala Tehsil and is located near the city of Lahore, Pakistan, situated on the Grand Trunk Road near Shahdara. Show Ferozewālaon the map
HaduwāliHaddowali (Urdu : ہدووالی) is a village of Pakistan, situated in District Attock and Tehsil Jand. It is located neer Makhad sharif which is situated on the bank of River Sindh. Haddowali is the last village of tribe Saghri khattak of area Narrah. Show Haduwālion the map
Attock KhurdAttock Khurd (Little Attock) is a small town located on the River Indus in the Attock District of Punjab, Pakistan. Historically and strategically, Attock Khurd is considered the gateway to Central Asia since it is near Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa border. Show Attock Khurdon the map
BajārwālaBajarwala is a small village of Gujrat District in the province of Punjab, Pakistan. Bajarwala is located near the town of Dinga and its latitude and longitude is 32°65'31N, 73°68'27E. Bajarwala is about 140 km from the capital city of Islamabad. Show Bajārwālaon the map
QāimpurQaimpur is a city in Pakistan and comes under Tahseel Hasilpur in Punjab. It is located at Latitude:28,5278 (2831'40.080\"N) Longitude: 70,3403 (7020'25.080\"E) and Altitude of Qaimpur: 79 m. Riasti and Majhi dialects of Punjabi Language is spoken. Show Qāimpuron the map
UchhalaUchhala is a very beautiful place with a small population. It is located in Soon Valley, Khushab. The Valley is situated in north west of Khushab. The Valley starts from Padhrar Village and ends to Sakesar that is the highest peak of Salt Range. Show Uchhalaon the map
Malik MalaMalak Mala is a village in the Chachh region of Attock District in Northern Punjab of Pakistan. It lies close to the borders of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. Its neighboring villages include Barazai, Behbudi, Shinka, Nartopa and Ghorghushti town. Show Malik Malaon the map
KanganpurKanganpur (Urdu: كنگن پُور‎), is a city in Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Chunian Tehsil and is located at 30°46'0N 74°7'60E with an altitude of 177 metres (583 feet). Kanganpur is an important Historic Place. Show Kanganpuron the map
Māmu KānjanMamu Kanjan (or spelled as Mamukanjan) is a town of Faisalabad District in Punjab, Pakistan. once known for Khajoor marka Soap , new is well renowned for green house form houses owned by Mian Shokat ,who best agriculturist award twice by UN. Show Māmu Kānjanon the map
Jand KhānzādaJand Khanzada is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, it is part of Chakwal Tehsil, and is located at 32°55'60N 73°5'60E. It literally means village of Khanzada. Show Jand Khānzādaon the map
Shāh Nawāz KhānShah Nawaz Khan is a town and union council of Depalpur Tehsil in the Okara District of Punjab Province, Pakistan. It is lies to the south of the district capital Okara and south-west of the tehsil capital Depalpur at 30°33'0N 73°32'60E. Show Shāh Nawāz Khānon the map
BhungBhong is a small town of Rahim Yar Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is a Union Council of Sadiqabad tehsil (Urdu for subdistrict) and is located 200 kilometres away from Bhawalpur at 28° 25' 0\" North, 69° 55' 0\" East. Show Bhungon the map
Kotla Mūsa KhānKotla Musa Khan is a small village located 49 miles south of Bahawalpur District. It is 9 miles north of Ahmadpur East. The population of the village is around 10,000. The major crops of Kotla Musa Khan are cotton, sugar cane and wheat. Show Kotla Mūsa Khānon the map
Kot Isa ShāhKot Isa Shah is a village in Jhang District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is dominated by the Sadaat of Shah Jeewna ancestry.Syed Mohammad Asghar Ali Shah is the renowned political personality and the current Nazim of the area. Show Kot Isa Shāhon the map
Dhok PadhālDhok Padhal (Urdu: ڈھوک پڈھال) is a village situated in Jhelum District, Punjab, Pakistan. The name of this village created in 1667, the man who he thought was Jatt & very rich. The foreman of this village is Haji Subedar Mohammad Azam. And Haji muhammad Zulfiqar. Show Dhok Padhālon the map
SargodhaSargodha (Punjabi, Urdu: سرگودھا‎) is a city and the administrative centre of the Sargodha Division located in the Punjab province, Pakistan. It is the 11th largest city in Pakistan and one of the fastest growing cities in Pakistan. Show Sargodhaon the map
Dhok AhīrBher Ahir is a village situated in the Gujar Khan Tehsil of Rawalpindi District, of Punjab, Pakistan. Its geographical coordinates are 33° 13' 0 North and 73° 4' 0 East. Most of the population is Muslim, and belongs to the Ahir tribe. Show Dhok Ahīron the map
GhungrilaGhungrila (Urdu: is a town in Gujar Khan Tehsil Punjab, Pakistan. Gungrila is also chief town of Union Council Gungrila which is an administrative subdivision of the Tehsil. It is located at 33°18'0\"North, 73° 15' 0\" East. Show Ghungrilaon the map
AjuwālAjjowal is a small village of Mandi Bahauddin District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°30'0N 73°18'0E with an altitude of 218 metres (718 feet) and lies 26 km from Mandi Bahauddin city and 16 km from Malakwal. Show Ajuwālon the map
ThīkriānThikrian is a village located on G.T Road Lalamusa and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kharian Tehsil and is located at 32°43'40N 73°56'0E with an altitude of 254 metres (836 feet). Show Thīkriānon the map
Muhib Ali UttārMuhib Ali Uttar (Urdu: مُحِبّ على اُتّر‎), is a town and union council of Okara District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Depalpur Tehsil. It is located at 30°25'0N 73°37'0E with an altitude of 159 metres (524 feet). Show Muhib Ali Uttāron the map
Tibbi QaisrāniTibbi Qaisrani is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The town is part of Taunsa Tehsil. It is located at 31° 0'18.52\"N 70°40'27.51\"E and has an altitude of 137 metres (452 feet). Show Tibbi Qaisrānion the map
MunanMonan is a village and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Jhelum Tehsil, and is located at 32°57′0″N 73°41′0″E / 32.95000°N 73.68333°E and has an altitude of 229 metres (754 feet). Show Munanon the map
Chak AmruChak Amru (Urdu: چک امرو ‎) is a town of Shakargarh tehsil in Narowal district of Punjab province of the Pakistan. It is located near Pakistan-India border. A Chak Ammru town has a Railway Station called Chak Amru railway station. Show Chak Amruon the map
Kaliām AwānKaliam Awan (Urdu: كليام اعوان‎) is a town in Gujar Khan Tehsil in Rawalpindi district in the Pakistani province of Punjab. Kalyam Awan is the chief town of Union Council Kalyam Awan is an administrative subdivision of the Tehsil. Show Kaliām Awānon the map
TalagangTalagang (Urdu: تلہ گنگ‎), the headquarters of Talagang Tehsil, is a town located in Chakwal District, Punjab, Pakistan. It lies about 30 kilometers from the M2 motorway and about 45 kilometers from the district capital, Chakwal. Show Talagangon the map
Singh KhālsaSingh Khalsa is a town located in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located in Lahore District at 31°14'0N 73°10'0E with an altitude of 172 metres (567 feet) and lies near to the city of Lahore. The nearest settlements are: \n* Kot Guraya (2.0 nm to the west) \n* Khushipur (2.2 nm to the north) \n* Gobindsar (2.0 nm to the north) \n* Phadiara (1.4 nm to the east) \n* Manak (2.0 nm to the east \n* Aliabad (2.4 nm to the south) \n* Satiana (2.0 nm to the south) \n* Khanpur (2.1 nm to the south) \n* Ghator (2.2 nm to the south) Show Singh Khālsaon the map
Kālu KālānKalu Kalan is a village in Union Council Hameed, Tehsil Hazro, District Attock in Punjab province, Pakistan. Kalu Kalan is situated in the West of Chhachh Valley about 2 KM from Hazro city.Major cities distance from Kalu Kalan \n* Islamabad 85 KM \n* Peshawar 100 KM \n* Abbottabad 100 KM Show Kālu Kālānon the map
DhulliDhulli is a village of Talagang Tehsil, Chakwal District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It lies 25 km south-west of the town of Talagang on the Talagang-Mianwali road, and is 50 km from Motorway M-2 'Bulkasar Interchange. Show Dhullion the map
FatehpurFatehpur (Urdu: فتح پُور‎), (Gurmukhi: is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab Pakistan. It is a part of Kasur Tehsil and is located at 31°1'14N 74°19'53E with an altitude of 173 metres (570 feet). Show Fatehpuron the map
Jamsher KhurdJamsher Khurd (Urdu: جمشير خُورد‎) is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Chunian Tehsil and is located at 30°55'35N 74°4'10E with an altitude of 172 metres (567 feet). Show Jamsher Khurdon the map
TalwandiTalvandi or Talwandi (Urdu: تلونڈى‎), is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Chunian Tehsil located at 30°53'60N 74°7'60E and has an altitude of 175 metres (577 feet). Show Talwandion the map
JabboānaJabboana is a town of Jhang District in the Punjab province of Pakistan, near the bank of the Jhelum River. It is named after Jabboana, a sub-clan of Sial tribe, who are affiliated with agriculture and politics of the area. It resides in the union counsel of jabboana earlier it was under coat murad. Its has population of around 10,000 and area of 20,000 square feet.sial tribe have different sub tribes like jabboana fatiana soi sial and other ones which are associated with different cultural and social business. Show Jabboānaon the map
TāndliānwālaTandlianwala is a town in Punjab, Pakistan. It is located 45 km from the city of Faisalabad and 46 km from Okara. It is a sub-division of Faisalabad District and has a Tehsil municipal administration (TMA). Show Tāndliānwālaon the map
Wān Rādha RāmWan Radha Ram (now Habibabad) is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Pattoki Tehsil and is located at 30°56'60N 73°45'0E with an altitude of 181 metres (597 feet). Show Wān Rādha Rāmon the map
Nāri ShimāliNari Shumali is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The town is part of Taunsa Tehsil. It is located at 30°51'0N 70°40'0E and has an altitude of 136 metres (449 feet). Show Nāri Shimālion the map
BāharwālBaharwal, also spelt Barwal, is a town and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kharian Tehsil and is located at 32°46'0N 73°56'0E with an altitude of 264 metres (869 feet). Show Bāharwālon the map
Basti BuzdārBasti buzdar is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The town has population of about 5000-6000. It is named after the Buzdar tribe, who primarily inhabit the village. Show Basti Buzdāron the map
BarānaBarana is a union council of Lalian tehsil in Chiniot District, Punjab province, Pakistan. It lies at the boundary with Sargodha District and is situated in Bhatiore region. This town is also a part of Kirana Bar area. Show Barānaon the map
Pindi SaiyidpurPindi Said Pur is a village and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Pind Dadan Khan Tehsil, and is located at 32°40'0N 73°20'0E with an altitude of 215 metres (708 feet). Show Pindi Saiyidpuron the map
Fateh KhānFateh Khan is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The town is part of Taunsa Tehsil. It is located at 31°4'0N 70°43'0E and has an altitude of 140 metres (462 feet). Show Fateh Khānon the map
JhirkalJharkal is a village and one of the 45 Union Councils (administrative subdivisions) of Khushab District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is located at 31°48'0N 71°49'60E. Show Jhirkalon the map
Awān KalānAwan Kalan is a town and union council of Depalpur Tehsil in the Okara District of Punjab Province, Pakistan. The town is located at 30°43'60N 73°46'60E and is part of the NA-16 constituency of the National Assembly. Show Awān Kalānon the map
ChotālaChotala (Urdu: چوتالا‎) is a village and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Jhelum Tehsil, and is located at 32°49'0N 73°35'0E with an altitude of 214 metres (705 feet).mughal brothers Show Chotālaon the map
MumtazābādMumtazabad is one of the oldest housing areas of east Multan in Punjab, Pakistan. It is a well-developed and heavily populated area. The layout of the area is symmetrical, with a playground and Masjid on every block. Show Mumtazābādon the map
Bāra PindBarapind, or Bara Pind (Punjabi, Urdu: بڑا پنڈ ‎), is a village of Zafarwal Tehsil, Narowal District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located in the northeastern corner of Punjab and is geographically situated at 75E and 32N. Show Bāra Pindon the map
AlīpurAli Pur Chattha (Urdu: علی پور چٹھہ ‎) is a city and one of the 36 union councils of Wazirabad Tehsil of Gujranwala District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It contains ruins of the historical city of Akālgarh. Show Alīpuron the map
Gujrānwāla(For other uses, see Gujranwala (disambiguation).) Gujranwala (Punjabi, Urdu: is an industrial city in Punjab province of Pakistan. Gujranwala is 226 metres (744 ft) above sea level and is the of the Pakistani metropolitan areas. Show Gujrānwālaon the map
UmerkotUmerkot (Urdu: عُمركوٹ‎, Sindhi: عمرڪوٽ‎), formerly known as Amarkot, is a town in Umerkot District in the Sindh province of Pakistan. The city is well connected with the other large cities like Karachi, the provincial capital and Hyderabad. Show Umerkoton the map
DhallewāliDhallewali is a town of Sialkot District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°38'60N 74°28'60E and has an altitude of 235m (774ft). It is first major town which comes when you travel to Jammu. Show Dhallewālion the map
VanjāriVanjari (Urdu: ونجارى‎), is a town and union council of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Isakhel Tehsil and located at 32°54'21N 71°14'47E and has an altitude of 268 m (882 ft). Show Vanjārion the map
LālkeLalke is a village in Hafizabad District, Punjab, Pakistan. The complete name of this village is Lalke Dhiranke Tarar. It is located at 31° 48' 46N 73° 50' 19E and lies to the north of Hafizabad some 11 km away. Show Lālkeon the map
MinchinābādMinchinabad (Urdu: مِنچِن آباد‎), is a city of Bahawalnagar District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The city is the capital of Minchinabad Tehsil. It underwent rapid development in the late 1860s and 1870s. Show Minchinābādon the map
Daska KalānDaska (Urdu: ڈسکہ‎), is a growing industrial city with a population of around 501,000 in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The town is the capital of Daska Tehsil one of four tehsils of Sialkot District. It is located at 32°19'60N 74° 20' 60E. Show Daska Kalānon the map
Fatah BhandFateh Bhand is a town and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kharian Tehsil and is located and at 32°42'0N 73°43'0E and has an altitude of 227 metres (748 feet). Show Fatah Bhandon the map
BambānwālaDaska (Urdu: ڈسکہ‎), is a growing industrial city with a population of around 501,000 in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The town is the capital of Daska Tehsil one of four tehsils of Sialkot District. It is located at 32°19'60N 74° 20' 60E. Show Bambānwālaon the map
Gajju MattaGajju Matta (also Gajumata or Gajju Matah) (Urdu, Western Punjabi: گجو متہ) is a town in Lahore, Punjab. It is located on the Ferozepur Road. It is the first bus stop of the Lahore Metro Bus System in Lahore. Show Gajju Mattaon the map
MalotMalot is a village of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Jhelum Tehsil and is located at 32°57'0N 73°37'E lying to the west of Jehlum with an altitude of 230 metres (757 feet). Show Maloton the map
Jāni ChakChak Jani is a town and union council of jhelum District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Pind dadan khan Tehsil and is located at 32°36'0N 73°51'0E at an altitude of 222 metres (731 feet). Show Jāni Chakon the map
BharpurBharpur (Urdu: بھرپور‎) is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, it is part of Chakwal Tehsil and is located at 32°51'0N 72°34'0E Show Bharpuron the map
Kotla FaqīrKotla Faqir is a village and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Jhelum Tehsil, and is located at 32°54'0N 73°41'0E with an altitude of 218 metres (718 feet). Show Kotla Faqīron the map
PīrhPaira is a village in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°15'20N 74°44'50E with an altitude of 241 metres (793 feet). Neighbouring settlements include Qila Sobha Singh, Bariar and Charwind Show Pīrhon the map
MithankotMithankot (Urdu: مِٹهن كوٹ‎) is a city in southern Punjab, Pakistan. Mithankot is located on the right (west) bank of the Indus River, only a short distance downstream from its junction with Panjnad River.King of Mithankot gopang family.King of Sardar tariq khan gopang Mithankot disstt rajanpur Show Mithankoton the map
NammalNamal (Urdu: نمل‎), is a town and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Mianwali Tehsil and is located at 32°40'10N 71°48'45E. Show Nammalon the map
SialkotSialkot (Punjabi, Urdu: سيالكوٹ‎) is a city in, and the administrative headquarters for, Sialkot District, located in the north-east of the Punjab, Pakistan. Sialkot is Pakistan's 12th most populous city. Show Sialkoton the map
BāgriāmwālaBagrianwala is a town and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kharian Tehsil and is located at 32°33'0N 73°52'0E with an altitude of 217 metres (715 feet). Show Bāgriāmwālaon the map
MullānwāliMullanwali is a town and Union Council of Bhakkar District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Bhakkar Tehsil and is located at 31°32'36N 71°4'60E with an altitude of 154 metres (508 feet). Show Mullānwālion the map
BadioBadlot is a village and Union Council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Jhelum Tehsil, and is located at 32°55'0N 73°36'E and has an altitude of 231 metres (761 feet). Show Badioon the map
Chak MiānaMiana Chak is a town and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kharian Tehsil and is located at 32°43'20N 74°8'0E with an altitude of 247 metres (813 feet). Show Chak Miānaon the map
BahādurpuraBahadurpura is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kasur Tehsil, and is located at 31°3'49N 74°23'54E with an altitude of 185 metres (610 feet). Show Bahādurpuraon the map
BhambaBhamba Kalan is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kasur Tehsil and is located at 31°11'21N 74°12'8E with an altitude of 203 metres (669 feet). Show Bhambaon the map
KhwāspurKhawaspur is a town and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kharian Tehsil and is located at 32°43'0N 73°59'0E with an altitude of 259 metres (853 feet). Show Khwāspuron the map
Khāi HithārKhai Hithar is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kasur Tehsil, and is located at 30°58'0N 74°13'0E with an altitude of 178 metres (587 feet). Show Khāi Hithāron the map
PanwānPanwan (Urdu: پنواں‎) is a village in the Nankana Sahib District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is one of the famous villages of Tehsil Shahkot. Panwan is situated on the Lahore - Sheikhupura - Faisalabad Road. Show Panwānon the map
PahriānwāliPahrianwali is a town in Mandi Bahauddin District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°28'60N 73°46'0E at an altitude of 215 metres (708 feet). The village is part of Phalia tehsil. Show Pahriānwālion the map
AlpaAlpa Kalan is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Pattoki Tehsil and is located at 31°8'16N 73°40'3E with an altitude of 182 metres (600 feet). Show Alpaon the map
BāzīdpurBazidpur is a town and Union Council of the Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kasur Tehsil and is located at 31°1'0N 74°28'11E with an altitude of 184 metres (606 feet). Show Bāzīdpuron the map
SādiqābādSadiq abad (Urdu: صادِق آباد‎), (Punjabi: صادق آباد) 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. Show Sādiqābādon the map
GujrātGujrat (Punjabi, Urdu: گُجرات‎), is a city in Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is the capital of Gujrat District and the 18th largest city of Pakistan. Gujrat Tehsil subdivision in the Punjab Province. Show Gujrāton the map
JāguwālaJaguwala is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Chunian Tehsil and is located at 30°58'0N 74°19'60E with an altitude of 180 metres (593 feet). Show Jāguwālaon the map
Bhediān KalānBhedian Kalan (Urdu: بيدياں كلاں‎), is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kasur Tehsil and is located at an altitude of 187 metres (616 feet). Show Bhediān Kalānon the map
Muhammadpur DīwānMuhammadpur Diwan is a town in District Rajanpur, Punjab, Pakistan. It is situated 20 km from Jampur on the Indus Highway. Its population is approximately 37,000. The main occupation is agriculture. Show Muhammadpur Dīwānon the map
Wān KhāraWan Khara is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Chunian Tehsil and is located at 31°3'0N 73°57'0E with an altitude of 187 metres (616 feet). Show Wān Khāraon the map
BhāigīwālBhagiwal is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Chunian Tehsil and is located at 30°49'60N 74°1'0E with an altitude of 173 metres (570 feet). Show Bhāigīwālon the map
Chak Two Hundred Eighty-three Gogera BranchRurala Road (Urdu: روڑالہ روڈ‎) is a small town in the tehsil of Jaranwala, district of Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 31°12'5N 0N 73°17'60E with an altitude of 170 metres (561 feet). Show Chak Two Hundred Eighty-three Gogera Branchon the map
KākowālKakowal is a village of Mandi Bahauddin District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at and has an altitude of 218 metres (718 feet), neighbouring settlements include Bhikhi and Wasu. Kakowal is a small countryside containing the population of about 2000 people. the main source of income of the inhabitants of this village is Agriculture. people are devoted and loyal. Haji Sai Mohammed and his son Haji Mohammed Khan are the chief landlord of this village and now lands are cultivated under the monitoring of Ch. Kazim Abbas Gondal. Haji Tahri is another important elder of the village. Mr. Zaigham Abbas Gondal [M.Phil][P.B] and Mr. Nazim Abbas Gondal Advocate L.L.B. M.A. Pol Science & Eng Lit. are leading the people of the village in the field of study and knowledge. the most en Show Kākowālon the map
MaikaMalka is a town and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kharian Tehsil and is located at 32°51'0N 73°59'0E with an altitude of 285 metres (938 feet). Show Maikaon the map
Ahli KambahAhli Kamboh! village is situated at 31.853265,72.271113 Latitude: 31° 51' 11.754\" Longitude: 72° 16' 16.0062\" in Sahiwal Tehsil of Sargodha District in Punjab, Pakistan, it is an agricultural area. Show Ahli Kambahon the map
MattaMatta is a village and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kasur Tehsil and is located at 31°10'28N 74°14'7E with an altitude of 199 metres (656 feet). Show Mattaon the map
ZafarkeZafarke is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kasur Tehsil and is located at 31°12'17N 74°7'30E with an altitude of 199 metres (656 feet). Show Zafarkeon the map
KothaKotha is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Chunian Tehsil, and is located at 30°49'0N 74°10'0E with an altitude of 178 metres (587 feet). Show Kothaon the map
Kot Rām ChandKot Ram Chand is a village in Pakistan on the M4 motorway, 30 kilometers from Faisalabad. Kot Ram Chand is one of the Union Councils of Pakistan, as Chak no.334 J.B Union Council of Gojra Tehsil. Show Kot Rām Chandon the map
DaftuDaftuh is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kasur Tehsil and is located at 31°15'0N 74°22'60E with an altitude of 197 metres (649 feet). Show Daftuon the map
BhurbanBhurban (Urdu: بھوربن ‎) is a small town and a hill station in Punjab province, Pakistan. The resort town is named after a nearby forest. It is located approximately 9 kilometres from Murree city. Show Bhurbanon the map
SehjraSehjra is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kasur Tehsil and is located at 31°7'0N 74°37'15E with an altitude of 192 m (630 ft). Show Sehjraon the map
OrāraOrara is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kasur Tehsil and is located at 31°12'1N 74°21'44E with an altitude of 194 metres (639 feet). Show Orāraon the map
UdharwālOdherwal is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, it is part of Chakwal Tehsil and is located at 32°56'0N 72°48'0E. Show Udharwālon the map
SohiānwālaSohianwala, also transliterated as Soianwala, Sooianwala and Sooian Wala, is a village in the Punjab of Pakistan. It is located at 30°57'0N 70°51'25E with an altitude of 135 metres (446 feet). Show Sohiānwālaon the map
YazmanYazman (Urdu: يزمان‎), is a city and capital of Yazman Tehsil of Bahawalpur District, in southern Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 29°8'0N 71°45'0E with an altitude of 115 metres (380 feet). Show Yazmanon the map
Mahant DarshanMahant Darshan is a town and union council of Depalpur Tehsil in the Okara District of Punjab Province, Pakistan. The town is located at 30°13'60N 73°16'60E and has an altitude of 152 metres. Show Mahant Darshanon the map
AngaAngah (Urdu: انگہ‎), is a village and one of the 51 Union Councils (administrative subdivisions) of Khushab District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is located at 32° 36' 0N 72° 4' 60E. Show Angaon the map
TehiTehi is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, it is part of Talagang Tehsil and is located at 32°58'0N 72°24'0E. Show Tehion the map
Kūthiāla ShaikhānKuthiala Sheikhan is a town and union council of Mandi Bahauddin District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°28'0N 73°25'0E and has an altitude of 217 metres (715 feet). Show Kūthiāla Shaikhānon the map
RoshanpurPindi Bahauddin is a town and union council of Mandi Bahauddin District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°36'0N 73°28'60E and has an altitude of 217 metres (715 feet). Show Roshanpuron the map
KhudiānKhudian (Urdu: كهُڈياں‎), is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kasur Tehsil and is located at an altitude of 177 metres (583 feet). Show Khudiānon the map
Dhok MannaDhok Manna (Urdu: ڈھوک منٌه‎) (U.C Narali) is a village in Rawalpindi District. It is located at 33°8'30\" North, 73°10'20\" East. Most of the population belong to the Gujjar and Kanyal tribe. Show Dhok Mannaon the map
ZangezaChak 36 NB (Urdu: چک ٣٦ شمالی) is a village located on the Sargodha Bypass in District of Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan.It is located at a distance of approximately 5.5 km from Sargodha city. Show Zangezaon the map
MailsiMailsi (Punjabi,Urdu: میلسی‎) is a city located Punjab, Pakistan. The city of Mailsi is the headquarters of its namesake Mailsi Tehsil, an administrative subdivision of the Vehari District Show Mailsion the map
ĀchhAchh is a village and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kharian Tehsil and is located at 32°52'0N 74°8'0E with an altitude of 311 metres. Show Āchhon the map
Tibba Meherabān ShāhTibba Mehrban Shah (Urdu: ٹِبّہ مہربان شاه‎), is a village and union council of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located in Piplan Tehsil at 32°12'20N 71°18'20E. Show Tibba Meherabān Shāhon the map
DandotDandot (Punjabi, Urdu: ڈ نڈ وت ‎) is a village, union council, and administrative subdivision of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Choa Saidan Shah Tehsil. Show Dandoton the map
Kot MubārakKot Mubarak is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 31°13'35N 70°28'30E and has an altitude of 202 metres (666 feet). Show Kot Mubārakon the map
Basti MalānaBasti Malana is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 29°52'0N 70°39'0E and has an altitude of 106 metres (351 feet). Show Basti Malānaon the map
Basti FaujaBasti Fauja is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 29°46'49N 70°36'4E and has an altitude of 111 metres (367 feet). Show Basti Faujaon the map
Chak Fourteen MBChak Fourteen MB is a village and one of the 51 Union Councils (administrative subdivisions) of Khushab District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°10'0N 72°52'20E. Show Chak Fourteen MBon the map
KhairiKhairi is a village of Tehsil Mirpur, It is split into Upper Khairi and Lower Khairi and has the population of around 300. The surrounding villages are called Sarthalla, Mehra and Muri. Show Khairion the map
Watta KhelWatta Khel (Urdu: وتّہ خيل‎), is a village and union council of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Mianwali Tehsil and is located at 32°34'0N 71°31'0E. \"Noteable Personalities\" Muhammad Ashir Sayam Khan Niazi Show Watta Khelon the map
Chak MadhuRaiya Chak Maddu (pronounced [raːiːjaː tʃək məd̪u]) is a village in the union council of Monan Jhelum Tehsil. The village is part of the Jhelum District of the Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Chak Madhuon the map
Pīr ĀdilPir Adil is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 30°10'60N 70°43'60E and has an altitude of 119 metres (393 feet). Show Pīr Ādilon the map
Kot HaibatKot Haibat is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 30°6'0N 70°37'0E and has an altitude of 124 metres (410 feet). Show Kot Haibaton the map
Aujla KhurdAujla Khurd (Punjabi: \"اوجلہ خورد\") is a village situated in Gujranwala District, Punjab province in Pakistan, located at geographical coordinates 32° 20' 20\" North, 74° 9' 30\" East. Show Aujla Khurdon the map
MiānwāliMianwal is a town and union council of Mandi Bahauddin District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 31°52'60N 73°5'60E and has an altitude of 183 metres (603 feet). Show Miānwālion the map
ChhidruChhidru (Urdu: چهِدرُو‎), is a village and union council of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Mianwali Tehsil and is located at 32°32'36N 71°46'25E. Show Chhidruon the map
JāuraJaura Kalan is a village and one of the 51 Union Councils (administrative subdivisions) of Khushab District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is located at 31°53'37N 72°13'39E. Show Jāuraon the map
JhātlaJhatla is a village and one of the 51 Union Councils (administrative subdivisions) of Rawalpindi subdivision in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is located at 31°48'0N 71°49'60E. Show Jhātlaon the map
SāhnaSahna is a town and union council of Mandi Bahauddin District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°32'60N 73°20'60E and has an altitude of 211 metres (695 feet). Show Sāhnaon the map
BashāratBasharat (Urdu: بشارت‎) is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, it is part of Choa Saidan Shah Tehsil. Show Bashāraton the map
ChurattaChuratta is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 30°4'0N 70°39'5E and has an altitude of 117 metres (387 feet). Show Churattaon the map
Khāi KhurdKhai Khurd is a village and one of the 51 Union Councils (administrative subdivisions) of Khushab District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is located at 31°49'0N 72°13'0E. Show Khāi Khurdon the map
SambriālSambrial (Urdu: سمبڑيال‎), is a town of Sialkot District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is the capital of Sambrial Tehsil, an administrative subdivision of the district. Show Sambriālon the map
BaddomalhiBaddomalhi is a city located 35 miles northeast of Lahore, Pakistan in Narowal District. It is located at 31°58'60 North 74°40'0 East with an altitude of 217 metres (715 feet). Show Baddomalhion the map
SandrālSandral is a village and one of the 51 Union Councils (administrative subdivisions) of Khushab District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°21'0N 72°25'0E Show Sandrālon the map
ChichiānChechian is a town and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°40′20″N 74°7′30″E / 32.67222°N 74.12500°E and has an altitude of 239 metres (787 feet). Show Chichiānon the map
PādshāhānPadshahan Urdu: پادشاہان‎ is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, it is part of Chakwal Tehsil. Show Pādshāhānon the map
Chak ManjuChak Manju is a town and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°36'55N 74°8'55E with an altitude of 227 metres (748 feet). Show Chak Manjuon the map
KumārwālaKumarwala is a city in Punjab, Pakistan. Nearby Cities and Towns West North East South Bokha (0.9 nm) Mochipura (0.7 nm)Gulhari (1.2 nm) Jalla (1.9 nm) Kotla Bahlol (1.5 nm) Show Kumārwālaon the map
Wāra Ālam ShāhWara Alam Shah is a town and union council (administrative subdivision) of Mandi Bahauddin District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°30'30N 73°16'50E. Show Wāra Ālam Shāhon the map
JajjalJajjal is a town and Union Council of Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Chunian Tehsil and is located atan altitude of 177 metres (583 feet). Show Jajjalon the map
AgraAgra (Urdu, Punjabi: آگرہ) is a town of Sahiwal District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The nearest large town is Chichawatni about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) to the north. Show Agraon the map
Sāroke ChīmaSaroke, (Urdu ساروکی and in alternative spellings Saroki), is a town located on the southwest side of the city of Wazirabad in the Gujranwala district of Punjab, Pakistan. Show Sāroke Chīmaon the map
JātliJatli (Urdu: جاتلى‎) is a town in Gujar Khan Tehsil, Punjab, Pakistan. Jatli is also chief town of Union Council Jatli which is an administrative subdivision of the Tehsil. Show Jātlion the map
Amra KalānAmra Kalan is a village and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kharian Tehsil and is located at an altitude of 219 metres. Show Amra Kalānon the map
Miān ChannūnMian Channu (Punjabi,Urdu: مِياں چنُّوں‎), (alternate spelling Mian Chunnun) is a city and capital of Mian Channu Tehsil in Khanewal District, Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Miān Channūnon the map
ChopālaChopala is a town and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°38'0N 74°20'0E with an altitude of 229 metres (754 feet). Show Chopālaon the map
Māri Shāh SakhiraMari Shah Sakhira ماڑی شاہ سخیرا is a town of Jhang District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Temperatures here sometimes exceed 50°C in the months of June and July. Show Māri Shāh Sakhiraon the map
ĀrifwālaArifwala (Urdu: عارِف والا‎; Western Punjabi: عارفوالہ is a Tehsil of Pakpattan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.It is located to the southwest of Pakpattan. Show Ārifwālaon the map
BahāwalpurBahawalpur (Punjabi, Urdu: is a city in Punjab, Pakistan. The city used to be the capital of the Bahawalpur princely state, now the Bahawalpur District. It is the 13th most populous metropolitan area of Pakistan. Bahawalpur is also a hotbed of Deobandi extremism with more than 500 madrasas (religious seminaries) and the headquarters of the designated terrorist organisation Jaish-e-Mohammed. Show Bahāwalpuron the map
GulmīriGulmiri (Urdu: is a town and union council of Mianwali District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 32°30'0N 71°35'60E and has an altitude of 200 m (659 ft). Show Gulmīrion the map
Wāh Show Wāhon the map
Ahmadpur East Show Ahmadpur Easton the map
GawalmandiGawalmandi is an iconic town located in the central part of Lahore. It is regarded as the cultural centre of Lahore. The famous Food Street of Lahore is located here. Show Gawalmandion the map
JohalJohal is a town near Faisalabad located in the Faisalabad District, Punjab, Pakistan. The geographical coordinates of the town are: 31° 31' 0\" North, 73° 23' 0\" East. Show Johalon the map
Kattha SaghrālKatha Saghral (Urdu: كٹهہ سگهرال‎), (or Katha Saghraal) is a village and union council (an administrative subdivision) of Khushab District located in Punjab, Pakistan. Show Kattha Saghrālon the map
Phālia(\"Hando\" redirects here. For fictional character, see Romper Stomper.) Phalia (Urdu تحصیل پھالیہ ) is a Tehsil of Mandi Bahauddin District, Punjab, Pakistan. The population of Phalia was calculated to be 25,914 in 2007 (21,025 in 1998). Show Phāliaon the map
HansowālaHansowala (Urdu: is a village in the Narowal district of Pakistan; it is located at 32°16'0N 75°10'0E and is situated at the west bank of the Ravi River. Show Hansowālaon the map
Chak BediChak Bedi (Urdu: چکبیدی‎), is a historical town of Pakpattan a district in Punjab.It is part of Pakpattan Tehsil. It is one of the largest town of Pakpattan District. Show Chak Bedion the map
GhakharGhakhar (Punjabi, Urdu:گکھڑ )is a small village in the Attock District of Pakistan. It is located near Kala-Chitta Pahar, 8 km from Fateh Jang and 36 km from Attock. Show Ghakharon the map
Jalalpur JattānJalalpur Jattan (Urdu: جلالپور جٹاں‎) is a small city and municipality of the District Gujrat in the province of Punjab, Pakistan about 20 km distance from Kashmir. Show Jalalpur Jattānon the map
Qila Mīhān SinghQila Mihan Singh, is a town of Gujranwala District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°6'0N 74°5'0E with an altitude of 222 metres (731 feet). Show Qila Mīhān Singhon the map
Multān KhurdMultan Khurd is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, it is part of Talagang Tehsil. Show Multān Khurdon the map
Hidwāla GujrānHadwala Gujaran is a village in the Islamabad Capital Territory of Pakistan. It is located at 33° 26' 35N 73° 17' 45E with an altitude of 520 metres (1709 feet). Show Hidwāla Gujrānon the map
ThattaThatta is a small town and Union Council of Attock District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The Khattar family of this village were of historical importance. Show Thattaon the map
MunārahMunara is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Kallar Kahar tehsil. Show Munārahon the map
PothaPotha Chaudhrian is a village near Tilla Jogian, Jhelum District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 32°52'0N 73°24'0E at an altitude of 408 metres (1341 feet). Show Pothaon the map
MusaBasti Musa is a small village in Chhachh, the northern section of Attock, in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, located 2 km from Hazro. The main crop is peanuts. Show Musaon the map
Dhāri Rāi DittaDhari Rai Ditta or Dhari-rai-ditta or \"Dheri Rai Ditta\", is a village in Malal Union Council in Fateh Jang Tehsil, Attock District of Punjab province, Pakistan. Show Dhāri Rāi Dittaon the map
MuzaffargarhMuzaffargarh (Urdu: is a city in the southwestern Punjab province of Pakistan, and is located on the bank of the Chenab River. It is the capital city of the Muzaffargarh District. Show Muzaffargarhon the map
SanāwānSanawan is a town in southern Punjab, Pakistan located near by the Sind River. It has its own railway station. Natives of this town speak the Saraiki dialect. Show Sanāwānon the map
Pind Dādan KhānPind Dadan Khan, a City in Jhelum District, Punjab, Pakistan, is the capital of Pind Dadan Khan Tehsil, which is an administrative subdivision of the district. Show Pind Dādan Khānon the map
Sukheke MandiSukheke Mandi is a town of Pindi Bhattian in Hafizabad District in Punjab, Pakistan. It is located on Sargodha Lahore road having population round about 20000. Show Sukheke Mandion the map
LodhrānLodhran (Urdu: لودهراں‎), is a city and the capital of Lodhran District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located on the northern side of River Sutlej. Show Lodhrānon the map
Chak Two Hundred FiftyQureshian is a town and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Mianwali Tehsil. Show Chak Two Hundred Fiftyon the map
MarālaMarala, also known as Murala, is town in Gujrat District of Punjab province, Pakistan. It is located at 32°38'60N 74°30'0E and has an altitude of 234 metres. Show Marālaon the map
KadharKadhar is a village and union council of Mandi Bahauddin District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at an altitude of 203 metres (669 feet). Show Kadharon the map
Vanike TārarVanike Tarar is a town in the Hafizabad District of Punjab, Pakistan. According to the 1998 census of Pakistan, the Vanike Tarar had a population of 45,000. Show Vanike Tāraron the map
EminābādEminabad is an ancient town that is located in the south east of Gujranwala city. It is 12 to 15 kilometer away from Gujranwala city. It is also called Eminabad Mandi (Vegetables and fruits market) as it holds the market for vegetables and fruits every morning. People buy and sell fresh produce here daily. It is also known to be a sacred place for the followers of Sikh religion as their founder Guru Nanak is supposed to have spent Chilla (meditation for 40 days) in Eminabad. The place is called Rohri sahib and Sikhs from all over the world come here to celebrate Vaisakhi in the month of April. A hymn of Guru Nanak in the Guru Granth Sahib suggests that he was in Eminabad when the town was sacked by Babur in 1521. Before partition Eminabad was home to Muslims, Sikhs and Hindus but when a ma Show Eminābādon the map
KariālaKaryala is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan.It is part of Chakwal Tehsil. Show Kariālaon the map
GaggoGaggo (Urdu: گگو‎), also called Gaggo Mandi is a town situated on the Multan Road between Burewala and Arifwala, in Vehari District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is Built by Muhammad Awais Akhter. Show Gaggoon the map
AmrūkaAmruka (Urdu: امروکا ‎) is a town in Minchinabad tehsil, Bahawalnagar district of Punjab province of the Pakistan. It is located near Pakistan-India border. Show Amrūkaon the map
WarwālWarwal is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan It is part of Chakwal Tehsil. Show Warwālon the map
Miānwāla KariyaMianwala Kariya is a town of Bahawalpur District in the Punjab province of eastern Pakistan. Neighbouring settlements include Najwaniwala and Faqirwali. Show Miānwāla Kariyaon the map
Qila Tāra SinghQila Tara Singh is a town and union council of Depalpur Tehsil in the Okara District of Punjab Province, Pakistan. It is located at 30°40'60N 73°37'0E near Diaram which is also a town near depalpur. Show Qila Tāra Singhon the map
Bhela Gulāb SinghBhela Gulab Singh is a town and union council of Depalpur Tehsil in the Okara District of Punjab Province, Pakistan. It is located at 30°43'0N 74°4'0E. Show Bhela Gulāb Singhon the map
KhundaKhunda is a village in Jand Tehsil, Attock District, located 70 km north of Islamabad (Pakistan’s capital) and Rawalpindi, on the Fatehjang–Kohat Road. Show Khundaon the map
Thatta JhānabThatta Jhamb (Punjabi: ٹھٹہ جھانب) is a small village in Bhawana Tehsil located near Jhang Chiniot road. Jappa and Chadhar are mostly its villagers. Show Thatta Jhānabon the map
Kot AdduKot Addu (Urdu: كوٹ ادُّو‎), (Punjabi: کوٹ ادو) is a city and capital of Kot Addu Tehsil in Muzaffargarh District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Kot Adduon the map
Malka HansMalka Hans (Urdu: ملکہ ہانٚس‎), is a historical town, of Punjab in Pakistan. It is located in the Pakpattan District. It is part of Pakpattan Tehsil. Show Malka Hanson the map
Rodu SultānRodu Sultan is a town of Jhang District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 31°4'N 72°0'E with an elevation of 150 metres (490 ft). Show Rodu Sultānon the map
Kallar KahārKallar Kahar (Urdu: كلّر كہار‎) is a town and subdivision (Tehsil) of Chakwal District in Punjab, Pakistan. It is the capital of Kallar Kahar Tehsil. Emperor Babar described Kallar Kahar in his memoirs, the Takht-e-Babri, as a \"charming place with good air\".It also hosts a training facility of Special Service Wing of Pakistan Air Force. Show Kallar Kahāron the map
Kot ChāndiKot Chandi is a village of Lahore District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 31°32'48N 73°47'58E with an altitude of 194 metres. Show Kot Chāndion the map
Bhoman Shāh JāgīrBhoman Shah is a town and union council of Depalpur Tehsil in the Okara District of Punjab Province, Pakistan, it is located at 30°31'60N 73°39'0E. Show Bhoman Shāh Jāgīron the map
Shāh JahāniānShah Jahanian (Urdu: شاہ جہانیاں‎) is a village located in district of Gujrat, Pakistan. It is situated about 12 kilometers in north east of Gujrat. Show Shāh Jahāniānon the map
Yāru KhelYaru Khel (Urdu: is a village and union council of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Mianwali Tehsil. Show Yāru Khelon the map
Bunga HayātBunga Hayat is a small town in Pakpattan District, Sahiwal Division, Pakistani Punjab. It is named after Mian Hayat Maneka an ancestor of the Maneka Family. It is the largest shopping center after the Pakpattan city. Show Bunga Hayāton the map
BarazaiBarazai is a village situated in the east of Hazro Tehsil, Attock District in northern Punjab in Pakistan. Its altitude is 315 metres (1036 feet). Show Barazaion the map
Shāh JiwānaShah Jiwana is a town of Jhang District in the Punjab, Pakistan. it is located on the Jhang-Lalian road at 31°31'13N 72°20'21E 34 km from Jhang. Shah Jiwana or Shah Jeewna, is named after Syed Jeewan Shah, a famous Sufi saint of the Hussaini-Qalandari Order, of earlier times, whose famous shrine here is visited by many pilgrims each year. . The main lineal descendant and manager of the shrine at present is Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat. The famous Shah Jeewna Equine Stud Farm, owned by the family of Syeda Abida Hussain, is also situated here. Show Shāh Jiwānaon the map
Basti DādwālaDadwala is a town of Bahawalpur District in the Punjab province of eastern Pakistan. Neighbouring settlements include Faqirwali and Najwaniwala. Show Basti Dādwālaon the map
Jarmot KalānJarmot Kalan (Urdu: جرموٹ كلاں‎) is a town, Union council and administrative subdivision of Gujar Khan Tehsil in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. Show Jarmot Kalānon the map
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KhākhiKhakhi is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It has an altitude of 111 metres (367 feet). Show Khākhion the map
MughalābādMughalabad (Urdu: مغل آباد‎) is a village and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Jhelum Tehsil. Show Mughalābādon the map
Chak LotaLota is a village in the union council of Monan Jhelum Tehsil. The village is part of the Jhelum District of the Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Chak Lotaon the map
ChichiānChechian is a village the Mirpur Tehsil of Mirpur District of Azad Kashmir and its geographical coordinates are 33° 5' 0\" North, 73° 45' 10. Show Chichiānon the map
Basti Hāji Gul MuhammadBasti Haji Gul Muhammad is a populated place in Pakistan. It is located near Bhong, and is mainly inhabited by the members of the Kosh clan. Show Basti Hāji Gul Muhammadon the map
BhagthālBhagtal بھگٹال is village of Talagang, Chakwal, Punjab, Pakistan. located 25 km away from Talagang toward Mianwalion Talagang-Miawali Road. Show Bhagthālon the map
HājīwālaHajiwala (Urdu: is a village located in district of Gujrat, Pakistan. It is located 45 kilometers away in the east from Gujrat. Show Hājīwālaon the map
Ghanta GharClock Tower Multan or Ghanta Ghar Multan (Urdu: گھنٹہ گھر‎) is city government headquarters of Multan in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Ghanta Gharon the map
Basti JamīsābādJamesabad is a town in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 30°21'0N 71°50'60E with an altitude of 131 metres (433 feet). Show Basti Jamīsābādon the map
Kot NijābatKot Nijabat (Urdu: كوٹ نجابت‎) is a village of Bhawana 4 km away from new lari adda of Bhawana on Jhang, Chiniot road towards Chiniot. Show Kot Nijābaton the map
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FirozaFiroza is a small town in Liaquatpur, the tehsil of Rahim Yar Khan, Punjab, Pakistan. Its original name (with diacritics) is Firoza. Show Firozaon the map
SāuwālSauwal is a village and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Pind Dadan Khan Tehsil. Notable people from Sauwal include Abid Hussain who is deputy director NADRA. Dr Sajjad Haider, a practicing physician in USA. Imran Haider, well known Lawyer in Rawalpindi. Jawad Haider, ACMA, accountant in Sydney, Australia. Show Sāuwālon the map
KhothiānKhotian is a village in Union Council chakwal, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan It is part of chakwal Tehsil. Show Khothiānon the map
Changa MairaChanga Bangial is a town and Union Council, an administrative subdivision, of Gujar Khan Tehsil in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. Show Changa Mairaon the map
Toba Tek SinghToba Tek Singh ٹوبہ ٹیک سنگھ‎) is a city and tehsil of Toba Tek Singh District in the Pakistani province of Punjab. Show Toba Tek Singhon the map
Qādirpur RānQadirpur Ran (Urdu: قادِرپُور راں‎), is town of Multan District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 30°17'0\" North, 71°40'0\" East. Show Qādirpur Rānon the map
PatriātaPatriata also known as New Murree is a hill station in northern Punjab, Pakistan. It is situated 15 km south-east of Murree hill. Show Patriātaon the map
BhakkarBhakkar (Urdu: بهكّر‎), is the principal city of Bhakkar District, Punjab, Pakistan. It lies on the left bank of the Indus river. Show Bhakkaron the map
Nakka KhurdNakka Khurd is a village and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Jhelum Tehsil. Show Nakka Khurdon the map
KattowālKattowal, situated at the left bank of Jehlum River, is a small village in Malakwal subdivision of Mandibahauddin District. Show Kattowālon the map
ChajiālJajial is a village and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Sohawa Tehsil,. Show Chajiālon the map
Kot Rahīm ShāhKot Reham Shah is a village in Mandi Bahauddin District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is about 121 kilometres (75 mi) from Lahore. Show Kot Rahīm Shāhon the map
Pīr GhāziPir Ghazi is a very small village in Gujrat District of Pakistan. It is located 36 Kilometer in the North of Gujrat City. Show Pīr Ghāzion the map
SahjowālSehjowal Chak No 11 (also Sehjowāl) is a village in Kasur District, Tehsil Pattoki, in the province of Punjab, Pakistan. Show Sahjowālon the map
MaingriMaingri is village of Narowal District in the Punjab province of Pakistan, it is located at an elevation of 243 metres. Show Maingrion the map
Toba Qalandar ShāhToba Qalandar Shah is a town in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at an altitude of 151 metres (498 feet). Show Toba Qalandar Shāhon the map
SihannaSehna is a town and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kharian Tehsil. Show Sihannaon the map
TragTrag is a village and Union Council of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It in the Isakhel tehsil.Trag is one of the biggest villages of Tehsil Isa Khel (Tarna, an old name), District Mianwali. Show Tragon the map
MardwālMardwal (Urdu: مردوال‎) is a village in union council of Naushera Tehsil, Khushab District, Punjab Province, Pakistan. Show Mardwālon the map
HāfizābādHafizabad (Punjabi/Urdu: حافظ آباد ‎) is a city and tehsil of Hafizabad District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Hāfizābādon the map
BheraBhera (Punjabi,Urdu: بهيره‎), is a city and Tehsil of Sargodha District, Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Bheraon the map
RohillānwāliRohilanwali (Urdu: روہِيلاں والى‎), is a popular town of Muzaffargarh District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Rohillānwālion the map
JabairpurJabairpur is a small town and eastern suburb of Chakwal in Chakwal District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Jabairpuron the map
LālekaLaleka (Urdu: لالیکا‎) is a town and Union Council of Bahawalnagar District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Lālekaon the map
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FaqīrwāliFaqirwali (Urdu: is a town of Bahawalnagar District in the Punjab province of eastern Pakistan... Show Faqīrwālion the map
DīwālaDewala is a town and union council of Dera Ismail Khan District in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Show Dīwālaon the map
Rakh Pind RanjhaA small village located in Sargodha district, located 30 kilometers from Kot Momin M2 motorway interchange. Show Rakh Pind Ranjhaon the map
KāmraKamra (Urdu: کامرہ) town is located in Attock District in the mountainous north of the Punjab, Pakistan. Show Kāmraon the map
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Allah AbadAllah Abad is a town and Union Council, located in tehsil Liaqatpur, Rahim Yar Khan District, Pakistan. Show Allah Abadon the map
AdhwālAdhwal is a village located at adyala road near Rawalpindi, in the Punjab, Pakistan, 33° 19' 32\" N, 72° 55' 20\" E.1st biggest village in uc 102 Chountra2nd biggest village of thana Show Adhwālon the map
Jand NajārJand Najjar is a small village near the city of Gujar Khan, in the district of Rawalpindi in Pakistan. Show Jand Najāron the map
Mangrotha SharqiMangrotha is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Mangrotha Sharqion the map
SheikhoSheikho is a town and union council of Charsadda District in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Show Sheikhoon the map
NotakNotak is a town and union council of Bhakkar District in the Punjab province of Pakistan in Notak. . Show Notakon the map
Nārag SalyidānNārag Syedan (also Nārang Syedan) is a town of Chakwal District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Nārag Salyidānon the map
BharājBharaj (Urdu: بھراج‎) is a village situated near Mangowal Sharqi in the district of Gujrat, Pakistan. Its on Karianwala Road approximately 15 Kilo Meters from Gujrat. Its an old village and is inhabitated by Gujjar Cast. It has an ancient grave of \"Baba Naala ( Nihal Chand)\" who is believed to be the elder of all the Gujjars settled in Gujrat District. Show Bharājon the map
Māhni SiālMahni Sial is a village and union council in Kabirwala Tehsil, Khanewal District, Punjab, Pakistan. Show Māhni Siālon the map
SādhokeSadhoke (Urdu, Punjabi: سادھوکے) is a City of Gujranwala District located in Punjab, Pakistan. Show Sādhokeon the map
KartārpurKartarpur (Urdu: is located in tehsil Shakargarh, Narowal District, Punjab, Pakistan. Show Kartārpuron the map
Thatta MūsaThatta Musa (Urdu: ٹھٹھہ موسیٰ‎) is a town of Bhawana Tehsil located on the bank of Chenab River. Show Thatta Mūsaon the map
NāfriānNafrian (Urdu: نفریاں‎) is a village situated near Thimka in the district of Gujrat, Pakistan. Show Nāfriānon the map
ĀhdiAdhi, also spelt as Ahdi, (Urdu:آھدى) is a village in Union Council Ahdi Punjab, Pakistan. Show Āhdion the map
ĀlamgarhAlamgarh is a town and union council of Gujrat District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Ālamgarhon the map
Bhindar KalānBhindar Kalan is a village in Mandi Bahauddin District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Bhindar Kalānon the map
RaliokeRalioke is a village near Daska in the Sialkot District of the Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Raliokeon the map
KhurriānwālaKhurrianwala (Urdu: كهُرڑياں والا‎), is a residential area of Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. Show Khurriānwālaon the map
Kot SamilKot Ismail is a small village, situated in the area of Chiniot District, Punjab, Pakistan. Show Kot Samilon the map
MalhuMalhoo (Urdu:ملہو) is a village in the Chach Valley of Attock District, Punjab, Pakistan. Show Malhuon the map
LangāhLangah (Urdu: لنگاہ‎) is a city in located in the Jhelum District of the Punjab, Pakistan. Show Langāhon the map
JandrākaJandraka is a town about 34 km away from Okara. It is situated on the Bank of River Ravi. Show Jandrākaon the map
GagokiGhagoki is small village in Phalia Tehsil, Punjab (Pakistan) with a population of 2,500. Show Gagokion the map
Thatta Muhammad ShāhWara Thatta Muhammad Shah is a village in Chiniot District, Punjab Province, Pakistan. Show Thatta Muhammad Shāhon the map
Chak BholaChak Bhola (Urdu: چک بھولا‎) is a village situated in the district of Gujrat, Pakistan. Show Chak Bholaon the map
MalikwālMalikwal is a village of Mandi Bahauddin District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Malikwālon the map
Dāūd KhelDaood Khel (Urdu: is a major city of Mianwali District, Punjab, Pakistan. Show Dāūd Khelon the map
Gunna KalānGunna Kalan (Urdu: گننا کلاں‎) is a village located in district of Sialkot, Pakistan. Show Gunna Kalānon the map
Dogrāna Budhla SantBudhla Sant is a town located to the east of Multan, in southern Punjab, Pakistan. Show Dogrāna Budhla Santon the map
MānsarMansar ( مانسر ) is a town in Attock District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Mānsaron the map
SheīkhānSheikhan City is situated in District Chiniot in Punjab province of Pakistan. Show Sheīkhānon the map
NainwālNainwal Khalsa is a small village located in the Punjab region of Pakistan. Show Nainwālon the map
Sarkal KasarSarkal Kassar(سرکال کسر) is located in Chakwal District, Punjab, Pakistan. Show Sarkal Kasaron the map
Chak Three Hundred Forty-Eight GBBajra is a town in Faisalabad District of Punjab in Pakistan. Show Chak Three Hundred Forty-Eight GBon the map
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Khiāli ShāhpurKhiali Shahpur is a town in Gujranwala in Punjab, Pakistan. Show Khiāli Shāhpuron the map
Chandhar KalānChandhar (Urdu: چندھر‎) is small town in Punjab, Pakistan. Show Chandhar Kalānon the map
KumārānwāliKumaranwali is a town located in Punjab, Pakistan. Show Kumārānwālion the map
Moīnābād Show Moīnābādon the map
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Kalchās Show Kalchāson the map
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Chāpri Show Chāprion the map
Uch-i-SharifUch or Uch Sharif (Urdu: اوچ Punjabi: اوچ شریف) (Greek: η εν Ἰνδός) is 73 kilometres (45 mi) from Bahawalpur in Bahawalpur District, It Is Situated In Ahmadpur East South Punjab, Pakistan. Uch is an important historical city, having been founded by Alexander the Great. Formerly located at the confluence of the Indus and Chenab rivers, it is now 100 kilometres (62 mi) from that confluence, which has moved to Mithankot. It was an important centre in medieval India, as an early stronghold of the Delhi Sultanate in the 13th century during the Muslim conquest. Uch Sharif contains the tombs of Bibi Jawindi, Baha'al-Halim, Ustad Nuriya and Jalaluddin Bukhari, which are considered masterpieces of Islamic architecture and are on the UNESCO World Heritage Site tentative li Show Uch-i-Sharifon the map
YoungpurAs per legend Youngpur was named after an English army remount officer Mr Young prior to the partition of India. It was basically a residential area for remount officers and their labor. It was populated mainly by the migrants of India. Bhatti from Ferozpur and Jatt mainly from Jalandher are the major political and economic power of the village but now a days BHatti's are more powerful economically and politically. Youngpur's cricket team has won many major events in Okara District . Show Youngpuron the map
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BehbūdiBehbudi or Behboodi also known as Pabuto in Pukhto is a village in the Chachh region of Attock District, Northern Punjab, Pakistan. It is located close to the borders of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. The people who live here are Pashtuns also known as ethnic Afghans; all speak Pukhto/Pashto and follow the Pashtunwali code of conduct. The Ismail Khel, Tor Khel (Ahmadzai - Descendant of Suleiman Khel) The Shaykhan (شيخان) ], Sheikhan named because most of its members are religious scholars, and now the members of shaykhan live in pabuto and Saudi Arabia, Malaysia and uk, America .., Sadat Khel (Sayyid (Sadat)), Yusuf /Isap Khel (Yusufzai) and Babarkarzai (Babikar Khel) clans of the Pashtun tribes reside in Behboodi. The inhabitants of behbudi are Pakhtuns who Show Behbūdion the map
JarānwālaJaranwala (Urdu: a city in the Faisalabad District of Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 31°20'0N 73°26'0E with an altitude of 184 meters (606 feet).It is 35 km south east from Faisalabad and 110 km from Lahore. The city serves as the headquarters of Jaranwala Tehsil, an administrative subdivision of the district. Agriculture Jaranwala has very fertile land, it produces crops like rice, wheat, sugarcane, vegetables and fruits. Jaranwala gain market is one of the most busy market in Punjab. Jaranwala is also biggest consumer of fertilizers in Pakistan. Show Jarānwālaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Punjab
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Jhelum DistrictJhelum District (Urdu: ضلع جہلم‎) is in Pothohar Plateau of the Punjab province of Pakistan. Jhelum is one of the oldest districts of Punjab. It was established on 23 March 1849. According to the 1998 census, the district had a population of 936,957, of which 31.48% were urban. Jhelum District has a diverse population of 1,103,000 (2006) which mainly consists of Punjabis. Jhelum is known for providing a large number of soldiers to the British and later to the Pakistan armed forces due to which it is also known as city of soldiers or land of martyrs and warriors. The district of Jhelum stretches from the river Jhelum almost to the Indus. Salt is quarried at the Mayo mine in the Salt Range. There are two coal-mines in the district from which the North-Western railway obtains parts of its supShow on map
Chakwāl DistrictChakwal District (Urdu: ضِلع چکوال‎) is in Pothohar Plateau of Punjab, Pakistan. It is located in the north of the Punjab province, Chakwal district is bordered by Khushab to its south, Rawalpindi to its north east, Jhelum to its east, Mianwali to its west and Attock to its north west. The large part of M2 passes through Chakwal District. The Best Way Cement Factory, the largest factory in Asia is located in District Chakwal. According to the 2007 census, Chakwal has 74% literacy rate, which is equal to Lahore and at 6th among all districts of Pakistan.Show on map
Bahāwalpur DistrictBahawalpur District (Punjabi,Urdu: ضلع بہاول پور‎) is one of the districts of Punjab, Pakistan. Its capital is Bahawalpur city. According to the 1998 Census of Pakistan it had a population of 2,433,091 of which 27.01% were urban Bahawalpur district covers 24,830 km². Approximately two-thirds of the district (16,000 km²) is covered by the Cholistan Desert, which extends into the Thar Desert of India. The district is a major producer of cotton.Show on map
PunjabWest Punjab was a province of Pakistan from 1947 to 1955. The province covered an area of 205,344 km2 (79,284 sq mi), including much of the current Punjab province and the Islamabad Capital Territory, but excluding the former princely state of Bahawalpur. The capital was the city of Lahore and the province was composed of four divisions (Lahore, Sargodha, Multan and Rawalpindi). The province was bordered by the Indian states of East Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir to the east, the princely state of Bahawalpur to the south, the provinces of Balochistan and Sind to the southwest, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa to the northwest, and Azad Kashmir to the northeast.Show on map
Hāfizābād DistrictHafizabad District (Urdu: ضلع حافظ آباد ‎) is located in Punjab, Pakistan. Hafizabad was made a district in 1991; formerly, it was a tehsil of Gujranwala District. It is situated in central Punjab and is known for its rice industry on the agricultural side and Rice industry on the industrial side and have top 5 exporters of rice from Pakistan .capital of the district, Hafizabad, was built by the Rajput, known for strengthening administration of Punjab.Show on map
Gujrāt DistrictGujrat (Urdu: ضِلع گُجرات‎), is a district of Punjab Province in Pakistan. Gujrat is an ancient district located in between two famous rivers, the Jhelum and Chenab. It is bounded on the northeast by Mirpur, on the northwest by the River Jhelum which separates it from Jhelum District, on the east and southeast by the Chenab River, separating it from the districts of Gujranwala and Sialkot, and on the West by Mandi Bahauddin. District Gujrat is spread over an area of 3,192 square kilometres, and it includes historic villages and towns such as Jalalpur Jattan, Chakdina, Karnana, Kunjah and Lalamusa.Show on map
Attock DistrictAttock District (Urdu: ضِلع اٹک‎) is a district in Pothohar Plateau of the Punjab Province of Pakistan. Attock is the capital of the district. The district was created in April 1904 by the merging tehsils of nearby districts. Today the District consists of 6 tehsils that are Attock, Fateh Jang, Hazro, Hassan Abdal, Jand and Pindi Gheb. It is located in the north of the Punjab province, Attock district is bordered by Chakwal to its south, Mianwali to its south west, Rawalpindi to its east, Kohat to its west, Nowshera to its north west and Swabi and Haripur to its north.Show on map
Bhakkar DistrictBhakkar District (Urdu: ضِلع بهكّر‎), is a district in the province of Punjab, Pakistan. The district was created in 1981 with Bhakkar city as the headquarter and main city. Its area consists of a riverine tract along the Indus, called Kaccha, and most of the district area lies in the desolate plain of the Thal desert. It is located in the west of the Punjab province, Bhakkar district is bordered by Layyah to its south, Jhang to its south east, Dera Ismail Khan to its west, Khushab to its north east, and Mianwali to its north.Show on map
Rāwalpindi DistrictRawalpindi District (Urdu: ضِلع is a district of Pakistan located in the northernmost part of the Punjab province. The district has an area of 5,286 km2 (2,041 sq mi). Originally, its area was 6,192 km2 (2,391 sq mi) until the 1960s when Islamabad Capital Territory was carved out of the district, giving away an area of 906 km2 (350 sq mi). It is situated on the southern slopes of the north-western extremities of the Himalayas, including large mountain tracts with rich valleys traversed by mountain rivers. The chief rivers are the Indus and the Jhelum, and it is noted for its milder climate and abundant rainfall due to its proximity to the foothills.Show on map
Khushāb DistrictKhushab District (Urdu: ضِلع خُوشاب‎) is a district in the province of Punjab, Pakistan, with its administrative capital in Jauharabad. The district is named after the historical city of Khushab located within its boundaries. According to the 1998 census, the population was 905,711 with 24.76% living in urban areas. The district consists of Four tehsils, Khushab, Noorpur Thal, Quaidabad and Naushera. Khushab is home to the Heavy Water and Natural Uranium Research Reactor, part of the Pakistan's Special Weapons Program.Show on map
Bahāwalnagar DistrictBahawalnagar District (Urdu: ضِلع is a district of Punjab province in Pakistan. Before the independence of Pakistan, Bahawalnagar was part of Bahawalpur state governed by the Nawab of Bahawalpur. The city of Bahawalnagar is the capital of the district.Show on map
Okāra DistrictOkara District (Punjabi, Urdu: ضِلع اوكاڑا‎), is a district of Sahiwal Division in Punjab, Pakistan. The Multan Road connects the district capital, Okara with Lahore 110 km away and Faisalabad is 100 km by passing away Ravi River. Okara began as a small town about 40 km from the city of Sahiwal. It later become a city in its own right. According to the 1998 census, the district had a population of 2,232,992 of which 12.84% were urban. The postal code of Okara is 56300.Show on map
Faisalābād DistrictFaisalabad District (Urdu: ضلع فیصل آباد‎) is one of the districts of Punjab province, Pakistan. According to the 1998 census of Pakistan it had a population of 3,029,547 of which almost 42% were in Faisalabad City. It is the third largest city of Pakistan after Karachi and Lahore. In 1982 Toba Tek Singh District (until then a tehsil of Faisalabad) was created as a separate district from Faisalabad. As of 2006 it is a city district consisting of the city of Faisalabad.Show on map
Gujrānwāla DivisionGujranwala Division is an administrative division of Punjab Province, Pakistan and is considered the largest division of the Punjab province, taking into accounts its area and population. The division, headquartered at the city of Gujranwala, covers an area of 17,206 km2. According to the 1981 census, the population was 7,522,352, and rose by almost four 4 million to 11,431,058 according to the 1998 census. At abolition it contained the following districts: \n* Gujranwala District \n* Gujrat District \n* Hafizabad District \n* Mandi Bahauddin District \n* Narowal District \n* Sialkot DistrictShow on map
Lodhrān DistrictLodhran District (Urdu: ضِلع لودهراں‎), is a district in the Punjab, Pakistan - the city of Lodhran is the capital of the district. It is located on the northern side of River Sutlej. It is bounded to the north by the districts of Multan, Khanewal and Vehari, to the south by Bahawalpur, to the east lie the districts of Vehari and Bahawalpur; while district Multan lies on the western side. It has the lowest Human Development Index of all districts in Punjab. The district was created in 1991 and is a well-known cotton-growing area.Show on map
Rāwalpindi DivisionRawalpindi Division was one of the administrative subdivisions of Punjab Province, Pakistan, forming part of the third tier of government below the federal and provincial levels. Divisions were composed of districts which formed the fourth tier of government, but the local government reform of 2000 abolished administrative divisions and raised the districts to become the new third tier of government. At abolition it contained the following districts: \n* Attock District \n* Chakwal District \n* Jhelum District \n* Rawalpindi DistrictShow on map
Dera Ghāzi Khān DistrictDera Ghazi Khan Division was an administrative division of the Punjab Province, Pakistan, until the reforms of 2000 abolished the third tier of government. At abolition it contained the following districts: \n* Dera Ghazi Khan District \n* Layyah District \n* Muzaffargarh District \n* Rajanpur DistrictShow on map
Lahore DivisionLahore Division was an administrative division of Punjab Province, Pakistan, until the reforms of 2000 abolished the third tier of government. Since divisions were restored back in 2008, the division currently consists on three districts: \n* Kasur District \n* Lahore District \n* Ravi District Before the abolition, it also contained Sheikhupura and Nankana Sahib Districts, with the latter created in 2005. In 2008, both districts left to create Sheikhupura Division.Show on map
Mandi Bahāuddīn DistrictMandi Bahauddin (also spelled Mandi Baha ud Din) (Urdu: ضلع منڈی بہاؤالدین ‎) is a district in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is bordered on the northwest by the Jhelum River, on the southeast by the Chenab River (which separates it from Gujranwala District and Gujrat District), and on the southwest by the Sargodha District. The district has an area of 2,673 square kilometres (1,032 sq mi).Show on map
Kasūr DistrictKasur District or Qasur District (Urdu: ضِلع قصُور‎), is one of the districts in the province of Punjab, Pakistan It came into existence on 1 July 1976. Earlier it was part of Lahore District. The district capital is Kasur city, the birth city of the Sufi poet Bulleh Shah, well known in that region as well as in the whole of Pakistan. The total area of the district is 4,796 square kilometres.Show on map
Jhang DistrictJhang (Urdu: جھنگ‎, Punjabi: جھنگ) is the capital city of Jhang District, in the province of Punjab, Pakistan. It is situated on the east bank of the Chenab river. According to the 1998 census of Pakistan, it had a population of 293,366.Show on map
Nankāna Sāhib DistrictNankana Sahib District (Urdu: ضِلع ننكانہ صاحِب‎) (Punjabi: Shahmukhi: ضِلع ننكانہ صاحِب Gurumukhi: ਨਨਕਾਣਾ ਸਾਹਿਬ) is a district in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Nankana Sahib is the seat of the district government, and Shahkot is the largest urban center. The district of Nankana Sahib is located about 75 kilometres (47 mi) west of Lahore and about 55 kilometres (34 mi) east of Faisalabad.Show on map
Sāhīwāl DistrictSahiwal District (Urdu: ضِلع is a district in the Punjab province of Pakistan. In 1998, it had a population of 1,843,194 people, 16.27% of which were in urban areas. Since 2008, Sahiwal District, Okara District, and Pakpattan District have comprised the Sahiwal Division. The city of Sahiwal is the capital of the district and the division.Show on map
Sargodha DistrictSargodha District (Urdu: ضِلع سرگودها‎), is a district of Punjab, Pakistan. The capital of the district is Sargodha. It is an agricultural district, wheat, rice, and sugarcane being its main crops. The Sargodha district and region is also famous for citrus fruit; kino is a newly developed variety. The district has an area of 5,864 km2.Show on map
Multān DistrictMultan District (Urdu: ضِلع مُلتان‎), is a district in the Punjab province of Pakistan. According to the 1998 census of Pakistan it had a population of 3,116,851 (1.315 million or 42.2% in urban areas). Its capital is the city of Multan. The district of Multan is spread over an area of 3,721 square kilometres.Show on map
Lahore DistrictLahore District (Urdu: ضلع لاہور‎) is a district in the Punjab province of Pakistan that contains the city of Lahore, the district and provincial capital. The total area is 1,772 square kilometres (684 sq mi).Show on map
Khānewāl DistrictKhanewal District (Urdu: ضِلع خانیوال‎) is a district of the Punjab province of Pakistan. Its capital is Khanewal the host city to the second-largest railway station in the country. According to the 1998 census of Pakistan, the district had a population of 2,068,490, of which 17.42% were urban.Show on map
Siālkot DistrictSialkot District (Urdu: ضِلع سيالكوٹ‎), is one of the districts of the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located in the north-east of the province. The city of Sialkot is the capital of the district. It is the third richest city in Pakistan. In sialkot cantonment was established in 1852.Show on map
Shekhūpura DistrictSheikhupura (Urdu: ضِلع (Punjabi: ضلع شیخاپورا), is a district of Punjab province, Pakistan. Sheikhupura is the headquarters of Sheikhupura district. According to the 1998 census of Pakistan, the district had a population of 3,321,029 of which 25.45% were urban.Show on map
Layyah DistrictLayyah District (Punjabi: ضلع ليہ) , (Urdu: ضلع ليہ‎) is a district in the Punjab, Pakistan. It is located in the southern part of the province. Layyah City is the district headquarter of Layyah District. Layyah has hot climate, most of the area is desert.Show on map
Pākpattan DistrictPakpattan District (Urdu: ضِلع پاکپتّن‎), is a district of Punjab Province in Pakistan, Pakpattan is the district capital. According to the 1998 census of Pakistan, it had a population of 1,286,680 of which 14% were urban. It has since risen to 1,563,000.Show on map
Toba Tek Singh DistrictToba Tek Singh District (Urdu: ضلع ٹوبہ ٹیک سنگھ‎) is a district in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located between 30°33' to 31°2' Degree north latitudes and 72°08' to 72°48' Degree longitudes. It became a separate district in 1982.Show on map
Sargodha DivisionSargodha Division is an administrative division of Punjab Province, Pakistan. Before October 2008, divisional system was abolished by the reforms of 2000 the third tier of government. At abolition it contained the following districts: \n* Bhakkar District \n* Khushab District \n* Mianwali District \n* Sargodha DistrictShow on map
RājanpurRajanpur District (Urdu: ضِلع راجن پُور‎), is a district of Punjab province in Pakistan. According to the 1998 census of Pakistan it had a population of 1,103,618 of which 14.27% were urban. Its administrative centre is Rajanpur.Show on map
Bahāwalpur DivisionBahawalpur Division was an administrative division of the Punjab Province, Pakistan until the reforms of 2000 abolished the third tier of government. At abolition it contained the following districts: \n* Bahawalnagar District \n* Bahawalpur District \n* Rahim Yar Khan DistrictShow on map
Faisalābād DivisionFaisalabad Division was an administrative division of Punjab Province, Pakistan, until the reforms of 2000 abolished the third tier of government. At abolition it contained the following districts: \n* Chiniot District \n* Faisalabad District \n* Jhang District \n* Toba Tek Singh DistrictShow on map
Multān DivisionMultan Division was an administrative division of Punjab Province, Pakistan, until the reforms of 2000 abolished the third tier of government. At abolition it contained the following districts: \n* Khanewal District \n* Lodhran District \n* Multan District \n* Vehari DistrictShow on map
Muzaffargarh DistrictMuzaffargarh District (Urdu: ضِلع is a district of the Punjab province of Pakistan. Its capital is Muzaffargarh city. It lies on the bank of the Chenab River.Show on map
Miānwāli DistrictThe Mianwali District (Urdu: ضِلع (Pashto,Punjabi: ضلع میانوالی), is a district in the northwest of Punjab province, Pakistan. It is border district between Province of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. People of Mianwali understand and share the culture of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.Show on map
Vehari DistrictVehari District (Urdu: ضِلع وِہاڑى‎), is a district in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The city of Vehari is the capital of the district.Show on map
Nārowāl DistrictNarowal District (Urdu: ضِلع نارووال‎), is a district in the province of Punjab of Pakistan. Narowal city is the capital of the district.Show on map
Gujrānwāla DistrictGujranwala District (Urdu: ضِلع is a district in Punjab, Pakistan.Show on map
Different buildings in Punjab
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Federal Shariat CourtThe Federal Shariat Court (FSC) of Pakistan is a court which has the power to examine and determine whether the laws of the country comply with Shari'a law. It consists of 8 Muslim judges appointed by the President of Pakistan after consulting the Chief Justice of this Court, from amongst the serving or retired judges of the Supreme Court or a High Court or from amongst persons possessing the qualifications of judges of a High Court. Justice Fida Muhammad Khan is the current Chief Justice of the court. Of the 8 judges, 3 are required to be Ulema who are well versed in Islamic law. The judges hold office for a period of 3 years, which may eventually be extended by the President.Show on map
Islam BarrageIslam Barrage is a barrage on the River Sutlej in [tehsil hasilpur]of the Punjab province of Pakistan Islam Barrage is used for irrigation and flood control.It is about 15 km north of hasilpur andabout five miles south of Luddan on the Vehari-Hasilpur road (N 29° 49' 0.01\" E 72° 33' 0.00\").It was completed as Sutlej Valley Project for irrigation of Nili Bar in 1927. 1650 feet long with design discharge of 300,000 cusecs, it has two off taking larger canals which irrigate 689,000 acres of land in Southern Punjab and 700, 000 acres in the former State of Bahawalpur. Mailsi Canal (5400 cusecs) arises from its right Bank and Bahawal Canal (5400 cusecs) from the left. A third smaller canal is called Qaim Canal (558 cusecs) also arising from the left bank.Show on map
Attock Oil RefineryThe Attock Refinery Limited (ARL), is the pioneer in crude oil refining in the country with its operations dating back to the early 1900s. Attock Refinery located at Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan. Attock Refinery was on the verge of bankruptcy and collapse but was surviving on Government of Pakistan subsidy. In mid-1997, Mr Raziuddin was hired as CEO of Attock Refinery. Within 6 months he stabilized the production and finances of ARL. The Government subsidy was removed as of 31-Dec-1997. He embarked on an ambitious expansion and upgrade plan. The targeted short time line for project management was highly objectionable by the Government, BOD and professionals as not achievable. But Mr Raziuddin along with his most trusted adviser Mohammad Ahmed Jamal achieved commercial operation 35 days befShow on map
Mochi GateThe Mochi Gate locally known as Mochi Darwaza (موچی دروازہ) is located within the Walled City of Lahore in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Mochi Gate is a historical gate built by the Mughals. It is at the site of one of the thirteen gates of the old walled city of Lahore.The Darwaza (Gate) used to exist next to the Laal Haveli, a prominent landmark at the entrance point. In Urdu, Mochi means cobbler (Cavalry Saddles and shoes repair person) which indicates that the bazaar was a market for shoes and repair shops. Mochi Gate is also known for ancient Mosque of Muhammad Saleh Kamboh, teacher of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb.Show on map
Taxila Railway StationTaxila (Urdu: ٹيکسلا‎, Sanskrit: IAST: Takṣaśilā, meaning \"City of Cut Stone\" or \"Takṣa Rock\") is a town and an important archaeological site in Rawalpindi District of Punjab, Pakistan, situated about 32 km (20 mi) north-west of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, just off the famous Grand Trunk Road. The town lies 549 metres (1,801 ft) above sea level. It is the headquarters of the Taxila Tehsil in Rawalpindi district.Show on map
Lahore Race ClubLahore Race Club, in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, is a club concerned with the sport of horse racing, established in 1924 when Lahore was part of the Punjab Province of British India. The club is registered as a company. Some veterans claim that it dates from 1874, but although there were horse races at Lahore during that period the formal record of the present club does not go back so far. It was incorporated on 18 January 1924. The chairman of the club is Tariq Aziz, former secretary of the National Security Council of Pakistan and an aide of President Musharraf.Show on map
Jinneh BarrageThe Jinnah Barrage is a barrage on the River Indus near Kalabagh, Pakistan. It is part of the Thal Project which helps irrigate 770,000 ha (1,900,000 acres) in the Sindh Sagar Doab east of the Indus. Planning for the project dates back to the nineteenth century but final plans for the barrage were made in 1919 and it was constructed between 1939 and 1946. The barrage diverts an average of 283 m3/s (10,000 cu ft/s) of water into the 51.5 km (32.0 mi) long Thal Canal where it serves areas in Bhakkar, Khushab, Layyah, Mianwali and Muzaffargarh Districts with 3,362 km (2,089 mi) of additional canal branches and distributors. It has a maximum flood height of 8.5 m (28 ft) and it spans 1,152 m (3,780 ft) over the river. The barrage can discharge up to 27,000 m3/s (950,000 cu ft/s) downstream witShow on map
Fatima Jinnah Women UniversityFatima Jinnah Women University (Urdu: فاطمہ جناح وؤمن or FJWU, is a public university located in the neighborhood of Mall road of Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan. Regarded as the first women's university in Pakistan, it is ranked at number 18 in general category of the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan rankings. Students come from all over the country-from as far as Balochistan, Southern Punjab and Sindh.Show on map
Faisalabad International AirportFaisalabad International Airport (IATA: LYP, ICAO: OPFA) is an international airport and standby Pakistan Air Force military base situated on Jhang Road, 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) south west from the city centre of Faisalabad, in the Punjab province of Pakistan.Show on map
Bādshāhi MasjidThe Badshahi Mosque (Punjabi, Urdu: بادشاہی مسجد‎, or Imperial Mosque) is a Mughal era mosque in Lahore, capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab. The mosque is located west of Lahore Fort along the outskirts of the Walled City of Lahore. The mosque was commissioned by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in 1671, and completed in 1673. Upon completion, it became world's largest mosque and remained so for 313 years until the expansion of Prophet's Mosque. It remains the largest and most recent of the Mughal imperial mosques, and is the second largest mosque in Pakistan.Show on map
Bhāti GateThe Bhati Gate is located within Walled City of Lahore in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Bhati Gate entrance is located on the Western wall of the Old City. It is one of the two oldest entry points into the Walled City which controlled the only major north-south thoroughfare during Ghaznavid period. When the Emperor Akbar expanded the city eastward and divided it into nine districts or Guzars, Bhati Gate and its bazar marked the boundary between Guzar Mubarak Khan (east) and Guzar Talwarra (west).It was called Bhati gate because it was capital of the Emperor Raja Bhati in very ancient times. He is ancestor of present-day Bhati Rajputs. The area inside the gate is well known throughout the city for its food. Just outside Bhati Gate is Data Durbar, the mausoleum of the Sufi saint Ali Hajweri (alsShow on map
Chashma BarrageChashma Barrage is a barrage on the River Indus in Mianwali District of the Punjab province of Pakistan 304 km NW of Lahore and 56 km downstream of Jinnah Barrage. The contract for Chashma Barrage works was awarded on 10 February 1967 to French Consortium Société Dumez and Société Borie and was successfully completed by 25 March 1971. The total cost of Chashma Barrage works was Rs.399 million but power generation started later in 2001. The installed capacity of power Station is 184 MW, from eight Kaplan-type bulb turbine units each with a 23 MW capacity. The bulb turbines have been installed for the first time in Pakistan. The first unit was commissioned in January 2001, while final commissioning of all units was completed in July 2001. The 8 Kaplan-type turbines and synchronous generator@en .Show on map
Lady Willingdon HospitalLady Willingdon Hospital is located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. It is a teaching hospital of King Edward Medical College. Its history dates back to 1930 when Teka Devi Health Centre was opened as an outpatient clinic for women on the Fort Road. In 1933, Lt. Col. S. N. Hayes, laid the foundation stone of Lady Willingdon Hospital, naming it after the wife of the 22nd Viceroy of India. He became the hospital's first Medical Superintendent and was also one of the former Principals of King Edward Medical College). The Hospital was affiliated with King Edward Medical College, Lahore that same year. It has been a teaching institution since 1933 attracting under-graduate, post-graduate and post-fellowship doctors. It is fully recognised for training by the HEC, PMDC, CPSP and the RCOG, UK.Show on map
Punjab Medical CollegePunjab Medical College (or PMC) is lacated in Faisalabad, Pakistan, on a 158-acre (0.64 km2) campus Located on Sargodha road. It was established in 1973. Teaching hospitals affiliated with the college are Allied Hospital and District Headquarters Hospital (DHQ) Hospital. The Chief Executive of PMC is Prof. Dr. Sardar Fareed-al-Zafar who is the also holding the post of the Head of the Gynaecology & Obstetrics Allied Hospital Faisalabad. Dr. Fareed is also Head of Allied Hospital & DHQ Hospital Faisalabad along with 4 other hospitals under the college authority. The first group of graduates with M.B.B.S degrees finished in 1978.Show on map
Allama Iqbal International AirportAllama Iqbal International Airport, (Urdu: علامہ اقبال بین الاقوامی ہوائی اڈا‎) (IATA: LHE, ICAO: OPLA) is the second largest civil airport in Pakistan, serving Lahore, the capital of Punjab province as well a large portion of the travellers from the Punjab province. Originally known as Lahore International Airport, it was renamed after Allama Iqbal, one of the pioneers that led to the creation of Pakistan.Show on map
Sialkot International AirportSialkot International Airport (IATA: SKT, ICAO: OPST) is situated 14 km (8.7 mi) west of Sialkot in the Sialkot District of Pakistan. It has the distinctions of being the first privately owned public airport in Pakistan and South Asia and, pending the completion of the new green field Islamabad International Airport, of having the longest runway in Pakistan. Approximately 1,000,000 travellers from Sialkot and adjacent areas are expected to benefit from this international airport each year. It commence Domestically and Internationally on November 30, 2007.Show on map
SirkapSirkap (Western Punjabi: سر کپ) is the name of an archaeological site on the bank opposite to the city of Taxila, Punjab, Pakistan. The city of Sirkap was built by the Greco-Bactrian king Demetrius after he invaded ancient India around 180 BC. Demetrius founded in the northern and northwestern modern Pakistan an Indo-Greek kingdom that was to last until around 10 BC. Sirkap is also said to have been rebuilt by king Menander I.Show on map
ChauburjiChauburji (Urdu: چو برجی‎) is Mughal era monument in the city of Lahore, capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab. The monument previously acted as a gateway to a large garden, and was built in 1646 C.E.Show on map
Jāniwāla Railway StationJaniwala railway station (Urdu: جانی والا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Janiwala village, Toba Tek Singh district of Punjab province of the Pakistan. This is famous railway station in district Toba Tek Singh, before 1965 there was no highway between Toba and Gojra. The major source of transportation was railways. The villages near janiwala are Chak No. 288 JB, Chak No. 287 Palasour, Kala Pahar, Chak No. 290 JB, Chak No. 289 JB Chandu Batala, Chak No. 286 JB Pakistan.Show on map
Hailey College of CommerceHailey College of Commerce is a constituent undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate college of the University of the Punjab in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Established on March 4, 1927, it is the oldest specialized institution of commerce in Asia. It was first situated on the university's old campus and was relocated to its new campus in 1981. The college serves approximately 3000 students with a permanent faculty of 37.Show on map
Railway StadiumRailway Stadium is a football stadium in Lahore, Pakistan and is the home of the Pakistan Railway FC. The stadium has a capacity of 5,000. It is also the former home stadium of the Pakistan national football team, however after many decades they moved to the bigger and more advanced Peoples Football Stadium. Currently the stadium is also home to Pakistan Premier League 2007-08 champions WAPDA FC as well as PEL FC.Show on map
Shaikh Zayed International AirportShow on map
Bahawalpur AirportBahawalpur Airport (IATA: BHV, ICAO: OPBW) is situated 2 nm (3.7 km) from the city centre of Bahawalpur, in lower Punjab, Pakistan. The airport mainly caters the city of Bahawalpur, however, the national carrier decided to launch international flights to the Middle East in July 2009. The airport extension project is being supervised by the Dubai Civil Aviation Department.Show on map
Quaid-e-Azam Medical CollegeQuaid e Azam Medical College (QAMC) is a medical college in Bahawalpur, Pakistan. Quaid e Azam Medical College was founded on 2 December 1971 when its foundation stone was laid by the then Governor of Punjab, Lt Gen Attique-ur-Rehman (retd). The college is affiliated for clinical training to Bahawalpur Victoria Hospital, and with University of Health Sciences, Lahore.Show on map
Services HospitalServices Hospital is located on Jail Road Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan just next to the race course park and is the teaching hospital of Services Institute of Medical Sciences(SIMS). It is recognized by the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council, for under-graduate as well as by College of Physicians and Surgeons for post graduate training.Show on map
Fātima Memorial HospitalFatima Memorial Hospital, established in 1977, is a not-for-profit teaching hospital located in Shadman, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Originally having a total of 200 beds, it has now expanded to 510 beds and specializes in the field of maternal and child health care. The hospital is part of the Fatima Memorial System.Show on map
Dera Ghazi Khan International AirportDera Ghazi Khan international Airport or D. G. Khan int. Airport (IATA: DEA, ICAO: OPDG) (Saraiki, Urdu: ڈیرہ غازی خان بین الاقوامی ہوائی اڈا‎) is 15 km (9.3 mi) from the city centre of Dera Ghazi Khan, Punjab, Pakistan. It caters mainly to the population of Dera Ghazi Khan. The airport provides flights to Karachi.Show on map
Jhang City Railway StationJhang City railway station (Urdu: جھنگ شہر ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Jhang city of Punjab province of the Pakistan on Shorkot-Lalamusa branch railway line. This railway station is the stop of only few trains. Jhang Sadar railway station is the principal railway station of the Jhang city.Show on map
Mangla AirportMangla Airport (IATA: XJM, ICAO: OPMA) is situated 10 km (6.2 mi) from the city centre of Mangla Cantt, 3 km from Dina, Pakistan and approximately 20 km from the famous city of Mirpur. It is not being used by any commercial airlines, but only for military purposes.Show on map
Allāma Iqbāl Medical CollegeAllama Iqbal Medical College (Urdu:علامہ اقبال طب کالج لاہور), established in 1975, is a public school of medicine, nursing and allied health sciences located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Jinnah hospital is attached to the college as a teaching hospital.Show on map
Mastī GateShow on map
Ādam SahābaAdam Sahaba is a town and union council of Sadiqabad Tehsil in the Rahim Yar Khan District of Pakistan. It is located at 28°21'50N 70°11'40E and lies between Sadiqabad and Rahim Yar Khan – the tehsil and district capitals respectively.Show on map
Gurha Salim AirportGurha Salim Airport (IATA: XJM, ICAO: OP 922) is situated 13 km (8 mi) from the city centre of Jhelum, Pakistan. It is not being used by any commercial airlines, but only for military purposes.Show on map
Darkhāna Railway StationDarkhana railway station (Urdu: درخانہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Darkhana town, Khanewal district of Punjab province of the Pakistan. This is located at the end of district khanewalShow on map
Jauliān MonasteryJaulian (Urdu: جولیاں‎) are the ruins of an ancient Buddhist monastery in Haripur District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Pakistan. The ruins are also quite close to Taxila in Punjab.Show on map
Miānwāli AirfieldPAF Base M.M. Alam (IATA: MWD, ICAO: OPMI) is a Pakistan Air Force airbase located at Mianwali, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The base is named after Muhammad Mahmood Alam.Show on map
Shāhpur DamShahpur Dam is located in Attock District on Nandana River in Punjab, Pakistan. The dam is 26 m (85 ft) high and has a storage capacity of 17,620,000 m3 (14,285 acre·ft).Show on map
Rāwalpindi Railway StationRawalpindi railway station (Urdu: راولپنڈی ریلوے اسٹیشن‎, Punjabi: راولپنڈی ریلوے اسٹیشن) is located in the city of Rawalpindi, Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is situated near Saddar area.Show on map
Jangal Mariāla Railway StationJangal Mariala railway station (Urdu: جنگل ماریالا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎, Punjabi: جنگل ماریالا ریلوے اسٹیشن ) is located in Jangal Mariala village, Khanewal district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Kāla Khatāi Railway StationKala Khatai railway station (Urdu: کالا کھاتائی ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Kala Khatai village, Sheikhupura district of Punjab province, Pakistan.Show on map
Sarāi Ālamgīr Railway StationSarai Alamgir railway station (Urdu: سرائے عالمگیر ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Sarai Alamgir village, Gujrat district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Kot Samāba Railway StationKot Samaba railway station (Urdu: کوٹ سمابا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Kot Samaba village, Rahim Yar Khan district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Sar Shamīr Road Railway StationSar Shamir Road railway station (Urdu: سر شامر روڈ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located on Sar Shamir road, Faisalabad district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Amrūka Railway StationAmruka railway station (Urdu: امروکہ ریلوے اسٹیشن‎) is located in Amruka town of Minchinabad tehsil in Bahawalnagar district, Punjab province, Pakistan.Show on map
Kalanchwāla Railway StationKalanchwala railway station (Urdu: کلانچ والا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Kalanchwala village, Bahawalpur district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Rājpūt Nagar Railway StationRajput Nagar railway station (Urdu: راجپوت نگر ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Rajput Nagar village, Khanewal district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Chenāb West Bank Railway StationChenab West Bank railway station (Urdu: چناب ویسٹ بنک ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located at west bank of river Chenab at Muzaffargarh to Multan road, Pakistan.Show on map
Risalewāla Railway StationRisalewala railway station (Urdu: رسالے والا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located on Risalewala village, Faisalabad district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Mansūrwāli Railway StationMansurwali railway station (Urdu: منصور والی ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Mansurwali village, Gujranwala district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Kot Lakhpat Railway StationKot Lakhpat railway station (Urdu: کوٹ لکھپت ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎, Punjabi: کوٹ لکھپت ریلوے اسٹیشن ) is located in Kot Lakhpat town, Lahore district of Punjab province, Pakistan.Show on map
Pirān Ghāib Railway StationPiran Ghaib railway station (Urdu: پیران غائب ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Piran Ghaib village, Multan district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Khāriān Railway StationKharian railway station (Urdu: کھاریاں ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Kharian, which is capital city of Kharian Tehsil of Gujrat District , Pakistan.Show on map
Chak Pīrāna Railway StationChak Pirana railway station (Urdu: چک پیرانا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Chak Pirana village, Gujrat district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Abdul Hakīm Railway StationAbdul Hakim railway station (Urdu: عبدالحکیم ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Abdul Hakeim city, Khanewal district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Harīpur Band Railway StationHaripur Band railway station (Urdu: ہری پور بند ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Haripur band, Gujranwala district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Sodhra Kopra Railway StationSodhra Kopra railway station (Urdu: سودھرا کوپرا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Sodhra town, Gujranwala district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Chutiāna Railway StationChutiana railway station (Urdu: چوتیانا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Chutiana village, Toba Tek Singh district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Samanābād Railway StationSamanabad railway station (Urdu: سمن آباد ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Samanabad village, Faisalabad district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Tarinda Railway StationTarinda railway station (Urdu: ترنڈہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Tarinda village, Rahim Yar Khan district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Dhaunkal Railway StationDhaunkal railway station (Urdu: دھاؤنکل ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Dhaunkal village, Gujranwala district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Firoza Railway StationFiroza railway station (Urdu: فیروزہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Firoza village, Rahim Yar Khan district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Dunyāpur RSDunyapur railway station (Urdu: دنیا پور ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎, Punjabi: دنیا پور ریلوے اسٹیشن ) is located in Dunyapur village, Lodhran district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Rukanpur Railway StationRukanpur railway station (Urdu: رکن پور ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎, Punjabi: رکن پور ریلوے اسٹیشن ) is located in Rukanpur village, Lodhran district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Shāh Nāl Railway StationShah Nal railway station (Urdu: شاہ نال ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Shah Nal village, Lodhran district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Sādhoke Railway StationSadhoke railway station (Urdu: سادھوکے ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Sadhoke town, Sheikhupura District of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Sahja Railway StationSahja Railway Station (Urdu: سہجہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Sahja, in the Rahim Yar Khan district of the Punjab province of Pakistan.Show on map
Begowāla Ghortol Railway StationBegowala railway station (Urdu: بیگووالا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎)is located in Begowala town, Sialkot district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Kāluwāl Railway StationKaluwal railway station (Urdu: کلو وال ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Kaluwal village, Jhelum district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Gojra Railway StationGojra railway station (Urdu: گوجرہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Gojra city, Toba Tek Singh district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Kulāb Railway StationKulab railway station (Urdu: کولاب ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Kulab village, Bahawalpur district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Sahiwal Railway StationSahiwal railway station (Urdu: ساہیوال ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Sahiwal city, Sahiwal district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Sohāwa Railroad StationSohawa railway station (Urdu: سوہاوہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Sohawa village, Jhelum district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Marāla HeadworksMarala Headworks is a headworks situated on the River Chenab near the city of Gujrat and Sialkot in Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Jarāla Railway StationJarala railway station (Urdu: جرالہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Jarala village, Jhang district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Bādāmi Bāgh Railway StationBadami Bagh railway station (Urdu: بادامی باغ ریلوے اسٹیشن‎, Punjabi: بادامی باغ ریلوے اسٹیشن) is located in Badami Bagh, Lahore district, Punjab province, Pakistan.Show on map
Kāla Railway StationShow on map
Wāh Railway StationWah railway station (Urdu: واہ ریلوے اسٹیشن‎, Punjabi: واہ ریلوے اسٹیشن) is located in Wah town, Rawalpindi district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Dina Railway StationDina railway station (Urdu: دینا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Dina town, Jhelum district of Punjab province of the Pakistan.Show on map
Lady Aitchison HospitalLady Aitchison Hospital is located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. It is a teaching hospital of King Edward Medical College.Show on map
Māchhiānwāla Railway StationMachhianwala railway station (Urdu: ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Dist Vehari Punjab Pakistan.Show on map
SirsukhSirsukh (Urdu: سر سکھ‎) is the name of an archaeological site near the city of Taxila, Punjab, Pakistan.Show on map
Mahmūd Kot Railway StationMahmud Kot or Mehmood Kot railway station (Urdu: محمود کوٹ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Chak Waraichānwāla Railway StationChak Waraichanwala railway station (Urdu: چک ورایچاں والا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Goth Shāh Muhammad Railway StationGoth Shah Muhammad railway station (Urdu: گوٹھ شاہ محمد ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Qila Sattār Shāh Railway StationQila Sattar Shah railway station (Urdu: قلعہ ستار شاہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Rivaz West Bank Railway StationRivaz West Bank railway station (Urdu: ریواز ویسٹ بنک ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Rustam Sargāna Railway StationRustam Sargana railway station (Urdu: رستم سرگانہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Kot Darya Bal Railway StationKot Darya Bal railway station (Urdu: کوٹ دریا بل ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Shāhpur City Railway StationShahpur City railway station (Urdu: شاہ پور شہر ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Mitha Tiwāna Railway StationMitha Tiwana railway station (Urdu: میٹھا توانا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Thatta Māhla Railway StationThatta Mahla railway station (Urdu: ٹھٹھہ محلہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Lāl Suhānra Railway StationLal Suhanra railway station (Urdu: لال سوہانرا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Sultān Nagar Railway StationSultan Nagar railway station (Urdu: سلطان نگر ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Muzaffarābād Railway StationMuzaffarabad railway station (Urdu: مظفر آباد ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Muzaffarabad Pakistan.Show on map
Kahror Pakka Railway StationKahror Pakka railway station (Urdu: کہروڑ پکا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Chakwāl Railway StationChakwal railway station (Urdu: چکوال ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located at Chakwal, Pakistan.Show on map
Harbanspura Railway StationHarbanspura railway station (Urdu: ہربنس پورہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Lawrencepur Railway StationLawrencepur railway station (Urdu: لارینس پور ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Mujāhidābād Railway StationMujahidabad railway station (Urdu: مجاہد آباد ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Sumbal Hamid Railway StationSumbal Hamid railway station (Urdu: سمبل حامد ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Wali Mazāri Railway StationWali Mazari railway station (Urdu: والی مزاری ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Kotla Īsan Railway StationKotla Isan railway station (Urdu: کوٹلہ عیسن ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Missan Kālar Railway StationMissan Kalar railway station (Urdu: مسان کلر ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎, Punjabi: مسان کلر ریلوے اسٹیشن ) is located in Punjab, Pakistan.Show on map
Usmānwāla Railway StationUsmanwala railway station (Urdu: عثمان والا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Makhad Road Railway StationMakhad Road railway station (Urdu: مخاد روڈ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Haryanwālā Railway StationHaryanwala railway station (Urdu: ہریانوالہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Qudratābād Railway StationQudratabad railway station (Urdu: قدرت آباد ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Hafeezābād Railway StationHafeezabad railway station (Urdu: حفیظ آباد ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Chak Turān Railway StationChak Turan railway station (Urdu: چک توران ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Jhok Ditta Railway StationJhok Ditta railway station (Urdu: جھوک دتہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Jaman Shāh Railway StationJaman Shah railway station (Urdu: جمان شاہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Samandwāla Railway StationSamandwala railway station (Urdu: سمندوالا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Māri Indus Railway StationMari Indus railway station (Urdu: مری انڈس ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Tibbi Izzat Railway StationTibbi Izzat railway station (Urdu: ٹبی عزت ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Rakh Rājar Railway StationRakh Rajar railway station (Urdu: رکھ راجر ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Qāsimwāla Railway StationQasimwala railway station (Urdu: قاسم والا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Jafarwāla Railway StationJafarwala railway station (Urdu: جعفر والا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Qādirābād Railway StationQadirabad railway station (Urdu: قادرآباد ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Mitha Lak Railway StationMitha Lak railway station (Urdu: میٹھا لک ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Azmatwāla Railway StationAzmatwala railway station (Urdu: عظمت والا ریلوے اسٹیشن‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Phularwān Railway StationPhularwan railway station (Urdu: پھلروان ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Ludewāla Railway StationLudewala railway station (Urdu: لوڈےوالا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Warburton Railway StationWarburton railway station (Urdu: واربرٹن ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Abbaspur Railway StationAbbaspur railway station (Urdu: عباس پور ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Pāi Khel Railway StationPai Khel railway station (Urdu: پائی خیل ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Kālābāgh Railway StationKalabagh railway station (Urdu: کالاباغ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Nūr Shāh Railway StationNur Shah railway station (Urdu: نور شاہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Kanjwāni Railway StationKanjwani railway station (Urdu: کنجوانی ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Charnāli Railway StationCharnali railway station (Urdu: چھرنالی ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Sahowāla Railway StationSahowala railway station (Urdu: سہووالا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Wegowāl Railway StationWegowal railway station (Urdu: ویگووال ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Magneja Railway StationMagneja railway station (Urdu: مگنیجا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Gurmāni Railway StationGurmani railway station (Urdu: گرمانی ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Sanāwān Railway StationSanawan railway station (Urdu: سناواں ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Kathāla Railway StationKathala railway station (Urdu: کٹھالہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Golpur Railway StationGolpur railway station (Urdu: گول پور ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Khanora Railway StationKhanora railway station (Urdu: خانورا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Sobhaga Railway StationSobhaga railway station (Urdu: سوبھگا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Tinoka Railway StationTinoka railway station (Urdu: تینوکا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Madoki Railway StationMudduki railway station (Urdu: مددکی ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Bandiāl Railway StationBandial railway station (Urdu: بندیال ریلوے اسٹیشن‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Rojhān Railway StationRojhan railway station (Urdu: روجھان ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Uchhri Railway StationUchhri railway station (Urdu: اچھری ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Shādia Railway StationShadia railway station (Urdu: شادیا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Asrāni Railway StationAsrani railway station (Urdu: اسرانی ریلوے اسٹیشن‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Waryām Railway StationWaryam railway station (Urdu: وریام ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Ajnāla Railway StationAjnala railway station (Urdu: اجنالہ ریلوے اسٹیشن‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Baghdād Railway StationBaghdad railway station (Urdu: بغداد ریلوے اسٹیشن‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Injra Railway StationInjra railway station (Urdu: انجرا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Massān Railway StationMassan railway station (Urdu: مسان ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Sukho Railway StationSukho railway station (Urdu: سکھو ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Lilla Railway StationLilla railway station (Urdu: لیلہ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Patla Railway StationPatla railway station (Urdu: پتلا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Notak Railway StationNotak railway station (Urdu: نوتک ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Chhab Railway StationChhab railway station (Urdu: چهب ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Chūnd Railway StationChund railway station (Urdu: چنڈ ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Mona Railway StationMona railway station (Urdu: مونا ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Behal Railway StationBehal railway station (Urdu: بہل ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Burj Railway StationBurj railway station (Urdu: برج ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Dhāk Railway StationDhak railway station (Urdu: دھک ریلوے اسٹیشن ‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Āhla Railway StationAla railway station (Urdu: الا ریلوے اسٹیشن‎) is located in Pakistan.Show on map
Bhurban HeliportBhurban Heliport is a heliport located in Bhurban, Pakistan.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Punjab
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Panjnad RiverPanjnad River (Urdu/Punjabi Shahmukhi: پنجند, (panj = five, nadi = river) is a river at the extreme end of Bahawalpur district in Punjab, Pakistan. Panjnad River is formed by successive confluence or merger of the five rivers of the Punjab, namely Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Beas and Sutlej. Jhelum and Ravi join Chenab, Beas joins Sutlej, and then Sutlej and Chenab join to form Panjnad 10 miles north of Uch Sharif in Bahawalpur district. The combined stream runs southwest for approximately 45 miles and joins the Indus River at Mithankot. The Indus continues and then drains into the Arabian Sea. A barrage on Panjnad has been erected; it provides irrigation channels for Punjab and Sindh provinces south of the Sutlej and east of the Indus rivers.Show on map
Haro RiverHaro is the name of a river that flows through parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab . Its main valley is in Abbottabad District in the North West Frontier Province of northern Pakistan, identified with the Rigvedic Arjikiya. Its coordinates are 33°46'8\" N and 72°14'43\" E in DMS (Degrees Minutes Seconds) or 33.7689 and 72.2453 (in decimal degrees). Famous Khanpur Dam has been built on this river at Khanpur in the Haripur District to provide drinking water to the twin cities i.e. Islamabad (the capital of Pakistan) and Rawalpindi. The decrease in inlfows of Khanpur dam from Haro River results in water shortage in the twin cities during summer season.Show on map
Nammal LakeNammal Lake, is situated in Nammal Valley, Mianwali District, Pakistan. It is located 32 km away from the city on Mianwali Rawalpindi Road. Nammal Lake is not a natural lake. It was shaped as a lake by the British in 1913, before constructing Nammal Dam. When the British announced Mianwali would be a district in 1904. To fulfill water requirements of the city and surroundings, they planned to use water of Nammal Lake. The Mountain range in this area was naturally favourable to make Nammal Lake. During the rainy season, rainwater comes to this lake from three main sources of waterfalls: Rikhi, Tarrappi, and Golirr.Show on map
Uchhāli KanārUchhali is a saltwater lake in Soan Sakaser Valley in the southern Salt Range area in Pakistan. This lake is formed due to the absence of drainage in the range.Sakaser, the highest mountain in the Salt Range at 1,522 metres (4,993 ft), looms over the lake. Due to its saline water the lake is lifeless, but offers picturesque scenery. Boats are also available for boating.Show on map
Kukkar Hatta DistributaryKukkar Hatta is a town situated 12 km west of the Kabirwala with link road on canal bank of Sidhnai in Kabirwala Tehsil, and 10 km north on pull rangho with link road'north east to Multan about 50 km in Khanewal District in the Province of Punjab, Pakistan.Show on map
Soān RiverThe Swan (Urdu Punjabi: سواں), Sawan or Sohan River is a river in Punjab, Pakistan.Show on map
Jhang BranchThe Jhang Branch is a canal which originates from the Lower Chenab Canal.Show on map
Rakh BranchThe Rakh Branch is a canal in the Punjab province of Pakistan.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Punjab
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KulāchiKulachi ( کلا چی) is a city named after the Kulachi Baloch tribe and is the headquarters of Kulachi Tehsil (an administrative subdivision) of Dera Ismail Khan District in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. It is located at 31°55′49″N 70°27′31″E / 31.93028°N 70.45861°E at an altitude of 209 metres (688 feet).Show on map
Kirāna HillsThe Kirana Hills is a small and extensive rocky mountain range located in Sargodha, Pakistan.It is also a place of tourist attraction in Sargodha City. Locally known as \"Black Mountains\" due to its brownish landscape, its highest peak is about 980 feet (300 m).Show on map
Jinnah ParkJinnah Park is a park in the city of Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan.The park is located on the Jail Road and houses a McDonald's franchisee and Cinepax exhibition centre. It also has a dedicated play area, lawns, fountains, flower beds and a jogging track stretched across the boundary wall.The park contains many good restaurants such as McDonald's papa salis and Diva restaurant. There are few cricket pitches and big COSMO cash and carry store.Show on map
Ghora GaliGhora Gali is one of the tourist mountain resort towns of the Galyat area of northern Pakistan. It has an elevation of 1691m and is located in the northeastern tip of the Punjab province of Pakistan. Ghora Gali is also a Union council, an administrative subdivision, of Murree Tehsil in Rawalpindi District and is located at 33°50′N 73°21′E / 33.83°N 73.35°E. According to the 1998 census of Pakistan it had a population of 14410.Show on map
Darkhast Jamāl KhānDarkhast Jamal Khan is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 29°41'50N 70°28'20E and has an altitude of 112 metres (370 feet).Show on map
Iqbāl ParkIqbal Park (formerly Minto Park) is large area of green space, located at the heart of Lahore city in Pakistan. The park accommodates Minar-e-Pakistan.Show on map