Thursday, January 27, 2011

Chakwal in the eyes of history

History of Chakwal

Chakwal was given the status of Tehsil headquarter by the British in 1881 and functioned as a subdivision of Jehlum district for more than a century when it was awarded the status of district in 1985.The District has a total population of 1083725 spread over four subdivisions of Chakwal , Talagang ,Choa Saiden Shah and Kallar Kahar with further subdivision into 68 union councils. 88% of the whole population resides in rural areas where as the district has an area of 6524 square kilometers .The district can boast of rich mineral reserves in the form of oil & gas , coal , salt ,lime stone and marble
The district is emerging as hub for cement production where industry is flourishing at a fast pace. Military service is the cherished career for the youth but a considerable number is pursuing multi-disciplinary higher education also. The current literacy rate of the district is estimated to be 76% which confers upon it the status of 6 most literate district in the Punjab and 11 in Pakistan.

Geography of distt. Chakwal

Chakwal is located in the Dhanni region of the Pothohar Plateau in northern Punjab, Pakistan. The Pothohar Plateau (also spelled Potwar or Potohar) (Urdu: سطح مرتفع پوٹھوہار) was the home of the ancient Soan valley civilization, which is evidenced by the discovery of fossils, tools, coins, and remains of ancient archaeological sites. The Indus Valley civilization flourished in this region between the 23rd and 18th centuries BC. Some of the earliest Stone Age artefacts in the world have been found on the plateau, dating from 500,000 to 100,000 years. The crude stone recovered from the terraces of the Soan testify to human endeavour in this part of the world from the inter-glacial period.

The Stone Age people produced their equipment in a sufficiently homogeneous way to justify their grouping. Around 3000 BC, small village communities developed in the Pothohar area, which led to the early roots of civilization.

The people of Pothohar speak Pothohari. However, the people of Chakwal and the Dhanni area (now known as Chakwal Tehsil) in particular do not speak Pothohari and are ethnologically not regarded as Potoharis. They speak a distinctive Chakwali or Dhanni dialect of Punjabi, which is closer to Shahpuri, a dialect spoken in the Shahpur-Salt Range area which also has a slight element of Saraiki.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011


History of Islamabad:
Islamabad was built in 1960 as Forward Capital while Karachi was the capital of Pakistan since the time of independence. There were several reasons for building a new capital; near to Kashmir and Army Headquarters and accessible from each corner of Pakistan. A Greek firm designed the Master Grid Plan of Islamabad. Islamabad is one of the most well-planned and green capitals of world.
Islamabad is the capital of Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Islamabad is 10th largest and a cosmopolitan city of Pakistan. The Population of Islamabad is over 1.3 million. Islamabad is also called as ICT (Islamabad Capital Territory). Islamabad and Rawalpindi are called Twin Cities as both cities stand side by side.

Islamabad is located between two provinces of Pakistan; Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Islamabad is located at the edge of the Pothohar Plateau near Margalla Hills. Rawalpindi, Muree, Kahuta, Haripur, Taxila, Wah Cantt, Attock and Gujar Khan are nearby cities.
Islamabad is divided in many zones, areas and sectors.

Transportation for Islamabad:
Islamabad International Airport (Benazir Bhutto International Airport) is the 3rd largest airport of Pakistan while another New Islamabad International Airport is under construction.
Bus and train service is available to all major cities of Pakistan. Islamabad is connected with Karachi with a railway line. Islamabad is connected with Lahore via M1 Motorway and GT Road while M2 connects Islamabad to Peshawar.

Administration of Islamabad:
Islamabad Capital Territory Administration (ICT) and Capital Development Authority (CDA) with the help of some other organizations and departments are responsible for the administration of Islamabad.

Faisal Masjid is the largest Mosque of South Asia and it is 6th largest Mosque of World.

Tourism Spots in Islamabad:
Faisal Masjid
Margalla Hills National Park
Rawal Lake
National Monument of Pakistan
Folk Heritage Museum
Shakarparian Hills
Faisal Mosque
Pir Sohawa

Dams in Islamabad:
Rawal Dam
Simli Dam
Khanpur Dam (Khyber PK)

Hotels and Restaurants in Islamabad:
Serena Hotel
PC Hotel (Pearl Continental Hotel)

Map of Islamabad:

Map of IslamabadImage via Wikipedia

Important Places in Islamabad
Jinnah Convention Center
Lal Masjid/ Red Mosque

Universities, Colleges and Institutes in Islamabad:
International Islamic University
Quaid e Azam University (QU)
National University of Science and Technology (NUST)
Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS)
Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU)
Bahria University (Naval University)
Air University
National Defense University
Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS)
Hamdard University
National University of Modern Languages (NUML)
Muhammad Ali Jinnah University

Hospitals and Clinics in Islamabad:
PIMS Hospital
Al Shifa Hospital

Kasur District

District Kasur:
Kasur is a district of Punjab. Sometimes it is also written as Qasur or Kasoor. Earlier Kasur was a tehsil of Lahore district and it got the status of district in 1976. Kasur is one of the oldest cities of Pakistan. Three famous rivers of Punjab (Ravi, Sutlej and Beas) flow in district Kasur. Lahore, Okara and Sheikhupura districts are neighborhood districts of Kasur District. It is located on the Pakistan-India Border.
Approximate population of District Kasur is over 3 million.
Area of District Kasur is 3995 km².
District Kasur consisted upon 4 tehsils:
Tehsil Kasur
Tehsil Chunian
Tehsil Pattoki
Tehsil Kot Radha Kishen

Tourism Spots in Kasur:
Kasur Museum
Kasur City Park
Shrine of Baba Bulleh Shah
Changa Manga Forest (Largest Artificial Jungle of Pakistan)
Balloki Head Works

Famous Gifts of Kasur:
Kasuri Methi (a Spice)
Kasuri Falooda

Major Tribes/Castes in Kasur :
Bhatti, Mayo, Jatt, Gujjar, Pathan, Ansari, Malik, Arain, Rajput, Dogar, and Sheikh are major tribes who are living here from generations.

Sufi Poets of Kasur:
Sufi poet Hadhrat Abdullah Shah (also known as Baba Bulleh Shah or Baba Bullhay Shah)
Sufi Baba Kamal Chishti
Sufi Baba Imam Shah Bukhari
Fairs and Urs on all these shrines are celebrated every year.

Musicians and Singers of Kasur:
Noor Jehan (Malka-e-Tarannum)
Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan
Ustad Amanat Ali Khan

Politicians of Kasur:
Khursheed Ahmed Kasuri
Ahmad Raza Khan Kasuri

Baba Bulleh Shah of Kasur
Baba Bulleh Shah is a very famous Sufi Poet and Saint. He is not only respected by Muslims but also by Sikhs and Hindus. His real name is Abdullah Shah and he born in 1680 in Uch Sharif Bahawalpur. Then he migrated to Kasur with his parents where he lived most of his life.
Shah Inayat Qadri was his spiritual teacher and leader.

Noor Jehan of Kasur:
Malka e Tarannum Noor Jehan was born in Kasur in 1926. Her real name was Allah Wasai. She died in year 2000. Noor Jahan is a legendary actress and singer in whole sub-continent (Pakistan and India).

Newspapers and Radio Stations in Kasur:
Flare FM99 and FM 90 are two radio stations in Kasur.

Mohmand Agency FATA

History of Mohmand Agency:
Mohmand Agency is a district of FATA (Federally Administrated Tribal Areas). Mohmand Agency was formed in 1951. But the main government offices of this agency moved to Ekkagund in 1973. Before 1951 and in the time of British Rule, this area was administrated by a Deputy Commissioner whose office was in Peshawar. Now headquarter of Mohmand Agency is located in Ghalanai town of the agency. This agency is now administrated by a Political Agent which is appointed by the Federal Government of Pakistan.
Pashto and Urdu are the languages spoken in Mohmand Agency.

Population and Area of Mohmand Agency:
The Population of Mohmand Agency is about 0.5 million. Total area of the Mohmand Agency is about 2,297 km². Bajaur Agency, Khyber Agency, Malakand, Charsadda and Peshawar districts are the neighboring areas.
Most of the area of Mohmand Agency is Hilly and occupied by unfertile Mountains and there is very less flat land is available for agriculture. So there are very insufficient crops cultivated in the agency.
Mohmand Agency is located in the North Western Area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Mohmand Agency is subdivided in Upper Mohmand and Lower Mohmand.

Tribes of Mohmand Agency:
Mohmand, Safi and Utman are the major tribes living in the Mohmand Agency. Mohamand is one of the oldest Pashtun Tribe.
Mohmand tribe is subdivided into 4 sub clans; Baizai, Khwaizaim Halimzai and Tarakzai.

Warsak Dam and Munda Dam:
Warsak Dam is located on the river Kabul in Mohmand Agency. This dam was built in 1960. Now another dam, Munda Dam is being constructed in Mohmand Agency on Swat River.

Famous Personalities of Mohmand Agency:
Hadhrat Najam ud Din
Haji Fazal Wahid Tarang Zai
Haji Zarlal Malik, Hujra of Haji Zarlal Malik located at Pirquilla Chowk
Malik Morch Khan


History of Faisalabad:

Faisalabad is 3rd largest and city and also 3rd richest district of Pakistan. It is one of three planned city of Pakistan. Faisalabad is called as Manchester of Pakistan. It is a city-district of Punjab. In 1880, a British Army Officer proposed a new town, with a design based on the Union Jack, with eight roads radiating from a large clock tower in the centre. The eight roads developed into eight separate bazaars. Sir Charles James Lyall, Lieutenant Governor of Punjab founded Lyallpur/ Faisalabad in 1892. In 1896, Lyallpur (Faisalabad) was a tehsil of Jhang District. In 1902 Jutts from Sialkot migrated for agricultural purpose to newly developed town of Faisalabad. In 1904 Lyallpur/ Faisalabad was given the status of district. Quaid e Azam came in Faisalabad in 1943 to deliver a public speech.

In 1977 Lyallpur was named as Faisalabad after the name of Saudi King Faisal. In 1985 Faisalabad was given a status of a division. In 2005, Faisalabad was recognized as City-District. City-District of Faisalabad comprises upon 8 towns (Lyallpur Town, Madina Town, Jinnah Town, Iqbal Town, Chak Jhumra Town, Jaranwala Town, Samundri Town, Tandlianwala Town).

Manchester UK (in 1997) and Kobe Japan (in 2000) are recognized as Sister Cities of Faisalabad.

Old names of Faisalabad are Lyallpur, Sandalbar and Chenab Colony
Hafizabad, Chiniot, Nankana Sahib, Sahiwal, Toba Tek Singh and Jhang are neighboring districts of Faisalabad. Faisalabad is connected to Lahore, Islamabad, Sargodha and Sheikhupura via network of roads (Motorway/Highway). It has also railway track.

Richest man of Pakistan, Mian Mansha also belongs to Faisalabad.

Area of Faisalabad is 1280 km²

Tourism Spots and Famous Recreational Places in Faisalabad:
Clock Tower Faisalabad
Jinnah Garden/ Company Bagh Faisalabad
Happy Land Water Park Faisalabad
Chenab Club Faisalabad
Faisalabad Arts Council
Gumti Faisalabad
Funland Faisalabad

Stadiums in Faisalabad:
Iqbal Cricket Stadium
Allama Iqbal Stadium
Hockey Stadium
FESCO (Faisalabad Electric Supply Corporation) comprises Faisalabad, Sargodha, Mianwali, Khushab, Jhang, Bhakker, T.T Singh and Chiniot Districts.

Major crops of Faisalabad are cotton, wheat, sugarcane, gram.

Exports from Faisalabad: Faisalabad exports textile products, garments, hosiery, knitwear,

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Rodu Sultan Jhang


Rodu Sultan or Rudo Sultan is a big town of Punjab in the district of Jhang.
Shrine of Hadhrat Sultan Bahoo is located near the town of Rodu Sultan.
Rodu Sultan is located at 31°4'0N 72°0'0E. Its elevation is 150 meters (495 feet) above sea level.
Postal Code or ZIP Code of Rodu Sultan is 35160 and nearest GPO is Jhang GPO. Rodu Sultan is the part of PP-82, Punjab Provincial Assembly Region-82.

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Talagang Chakwal

Talagang is a tehsil of District Chakwal. There is a Tehsil Headquarter Government Hospital in Talagang and a Fauji Foundation Hospital in Danda Shah Bilawal.

Talagang is located at geographical coordinates of 32°55'0N and 72°25'0E. Talagang is about 30 kilometers from the M2 motorway and about 45 kilometres from Chakwal City.
Postal Code or Zip Code of Talagang is 48100.

Tehsil Talagang is subdivided into 23 Union Councils and there are more than 102 villages in this tehsil.
Qaderpur and Danda Shah Bilawal are famous villages of Tehsil Talagang.
Other Famous villages of tehsil talagang are Chinji, Adlaka, Jhatla, Lawa, Mogla, Dholar, Malakwal, Tamman, Akwal, Singwala, Bilalabad, Chokhandi, Dhuli, Baghtal, Dhoak Goria, Pera Fatehal, Dhoak Kund, Gulshan-e-Barwal, Dhurnal, Pichnand, Dhok Dali, Baba Jassa, Muhammad Hussain Mundial Dhok

Larkana/ Larkano District

History of LARKANA:
Larkana is a district of Sind Province of Punjab. Larkana is also called Larkano in Sindhi. During British rule, Larkana got the status of District/ Taluka. For some time Larkana was the part of Bombay Presidency. The name was taken from the Larik (caste) as Larkana, at that time the chief of the caste was Sardar Saeed Nawaz Larik. Sardar Saeed Nawaz was the founder of Larkana.
Nau Dero Larkana is the birthplace of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and her daughter Benazir Bhutto also belongs to the district.
Mohenjo Daro, historical remains of ancient times and also an archeological site is also in Larkan District. Larkana is situated 482 ft above sea level.

  1. Dokri
  2. Bakrani
  3. Larkana
  4. Ratodero

Other Famous cities and towns in the district Larkana are Miro Khan and Nau Dero.

Culture of LARKANA:
Sindhi, Thari and Urdu are spoken in Larkana while Sindhi and English are official languages of Larkana.

Major crops of LARKANA:
Potatoes, olives, peas, carrots, cucumber, sugarcane, rice, oranges, mangoes melons and guava are the main agriculture products of Larkana.

Famous Politicians of Larkana:
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto – former Prime Minister of Pakistan
Benazir Bhutto – former Prime Minister of Pakistan
Mumtaz Bhutto – former Chief Minister of Sindh
Muhammad Ayub Khuhro – former Chief Minister of Sindh
Murtaza Bhutto
Fatima Bhutto
Nawab Shah Mouhmed Lahori – founder and first chairman of Larkana District Corporation

Famous Singer of Larkana:
Abida Parveen – Sufi singer

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Bagh A.J.K.

Bagh is a District of Azad Jammu & Kashmir. Topographically, Bagh district falls into mountainous zone.

History of BAGH AJK:

Bagh was a part of the Poonch province in the Dogra days. After 1947 it became a sub-division (Thesil) of the Poonch district only to become a district in its own right in 1988.
Earthquake of 8th October, 2005 also hit Bagh. In which thousands of people lost their lives and a number of homes and villages are destroyed.
Bagh Fort is an archeological site in Bagh.

Location of Bagh AJK:
Bagh is situated 46Km from Rawalakot. Bagh is connected to Muzaffarabad by two roads, one via Sudhan Gali (80Km) and the other through Kohallah (97Km). Bagh is located at a distance of 205 Kilometers from Islamabad and 48 kilometers from Rawalakot.
Bagh district is bounded by Muzaffarabad District (AJK) to the north, Poonch district (AJK) to the south, Poonch District (Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir) to the east, Rawalpindi District (Punjab) and Abbottabad District (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) to the west.
Area of BAGH AJK is 1368 km²

Tourism Spots and Visiting Places in BAGH AJK:
  • Dhirkote has an extremely pleasant and healthy climate. It is very popular among tourists mainly due to easy access, suitable altitude and beautiful landscape with Deodar and kail forests. It is a charming place located 24Km from Kohala.
  • Neela Butt is the place, where first time Kashmir Independence Movement was born. At Neela Butt, on 23-08-1947, the Mujahidin, aiming to get independence, met and made decisions about the liberation of Kashmir from Dogra rule. AJK government has built a memorial in Neela Butt. Neela Butt is located 6Km from Dhirkote.
  • Sudhan Gali is an attractive spot also serves as a base camp for those going hiking to the nearby 3045m high mountain, Ganga Choti. Sudhan Gali located at a height of 2134m above sea-level and a short distance from Bagh.
  • Las Danna, Shujaabad, Ghail Rawali, Hari Ghail, Hanse Chowki, Mahmood Gali, Kahuta, Havaily, Ganga Choti, Thub Thakyalan, Baghsar and Neza Pir are favorite visiting places in Bagh district.
Famous Products of Bagh:
Bagh is well known for its confectionery and bakery products.

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Charsadda District

Charsadda is a district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Pashtun caste is in majority in Charsadda. Previously Charsadda was a part of Peshawar Metropolitan. Utmanzai is a very famous town of Charsadda. Three rivers flow in Charsadda; River Kabul, River Swat, River Jindi. These three rivers merge into River Indus.
Nearby Important and Famous Cities and Places are Malakand, Mardan, Nowshera and Peshawar, Mohmand Agency of FATA.
Awami National Party (ANP) and Pakistan Peoples Party (Sherpao Group) are the famous political parties of Charsadda.
Area of CHARSADDA is 996 km².

History of CHARSADDA:
According to Archeologists, Charsadda was present even in 1400 B.C. From 6 B.C. to 2 B.C. Chrsadda was the capital of Gandhara Civilization.

Location of CHARSADDA:
Charsadda is located at 34°8'43N - 71°43'51E with an altitude of 276 metres (908 feet) and lies 29 kilometers from the provincial capital Peshawar.

Tehsils and Union Councils of District Charsadda:
Charsadda is sub divided into 2 tehsils and 46 Union Councils. Tehsil Charsadda comprises 34 while Tehsil Tangi comprises 12 union councils.

Major crops of CHARSADDA:
Lands of Charsadda are very fertile and agricultural and farmers are also very hard worker.
Major crops of Charsadda are Tobacco, Sugarcane, Sugarbeet, Wheat and Maize.
Major vegetables of Chrsadda are Potato, Tomato, Cabbage, Brinjals, Okra and Spinach.
Major fruits of Charsadda are Apricot, Citrus, Plum, Strawberry and Pears.

Famous Politicians of CHARSADDA:
  • Bacha Khan
  • Wali Khan
  • Asfandyar Wali Khan
  • Aftab Muhammad Khan Sherpao
  • Alamzeb Umarzai Shaheed
  • Hayat Muhammad khan Shaheed

Jobs in Punjab Workers Welfare Board

Jobs in Punjab Workers Welfare Board
Directorate of Education, Punjab Workers Welfare Board offers contract based jobs for its head office and in different districts of Punjab; Okara, Sahiwal, Nankana Sahib, Hafizabad, Attock, Rajanpur, Bahawalnagar, Pakpattan, Lodhran, Vehari, Bhakkar, Mianwali, Chiniot, Tobba Tek Singh, Mandi Baha ud Din, Chakwal and Jhelum.
Posts vacant at Directorate of Education
Following 08 posts are vacant at Head office of Directorate of Education.
01 Computer Programmer (BPS 18)
02 Monitoring Officers (BPS 17)
04 Data Entry Operators (BPS 12)
01 Care Taker (BPS 11)
Posts Vacant in other Districts of Punjab
Following three posts are vacant for each other district of Punjab (Okara, Sahiwal, Nankana Sahib, Hafizabad, Attok, Rajanpur, Bahawalnagar, Pakpattan, Lodhran, Vehari, Bhakkar, Mianwali, Chiniot, Tobba tek Singh, Mandi Baha ud Din, Chakwal and Jhelum).
01 Admin Officer (BPS 16)
01 Data Entry Operator (BPS 12)
01 Naib Qasid/General Attendant (BPS 1)

Last Date of Application is 06-09-2010.

For more details, please contact to your nearest District Labor Office or Punjab Workers Welfare Board Office. Or visit official website of Punjab Workers Welfare Board:


Haveli Bahadur Shah is a big town of Jhang district. This town was named after Bahadar Shah belonged to Banu Hashim tribe of Saudi Arabia.
Geographical Coordinates and Location:
Geographical Coordinates of Haveli Bahadur Shah are 31° 5' 0" North, 72° 11' 0" East.
It is located on main road to Jhang city and it is just few kilometers from Jhang.

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Kashmore District

History of KASHMORE:
In 2004 Kashmore was separated from Jacobabad district and it was given the status of district of Sindh Province.
Kashmore is located on a point where the boundaries of three provinces; Punjab, Sindh and Baluchistan met. So geographically it is a very important district.

Tehsils (Talukas) of Kashmore District:
Kashmore has three sub divisions or talukas:

  1. Kashmore

  2. Kandhkot

  3. Tangwani
While Bakhshapur is another big town of Kashmore.

Guddu Barrage Kashmore:
A famous barrage, Guddu Barrage is located in Kashmore.

Nearby Cities of Kashmore:
Jacobabad, Rajanpur, Shikarpur, Dera Bugti, Ghotki and Sukkar are the nearby cities of Kashmore and it share boundaries to these districts.

Gondal Bar, Gondalanwala, Gondal Kot, Chak Gondal Pur, Gondal Abad, Dera Gondalan…

Gondal is a Jut clan found mainly in Pakistani Punjab (Gujrat, Sargodha, Mandi Baha ud Din, Sialkot, Gujranwala…) and Indian Punjab (districts of Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur, Gurdaspur…).

Gondal Bar:
Area between Chenab River and Jhelum River is commonly known as Gondal Bar. Part of Sargodha and Mandi Bahauddin Districts is known as the Gondal Bar, or Gondal area. In the Gondal Bar, they are found in Malakwal, Kot Momin, Badshah Pur, and Midh Ranjha, Bhalwal, Khan Muhammad Wala, Wasu, Sohawa, Pindi Bahauddin, Bhikhi Shareef, Dera Chah Bhulwan….

Villages of Gondal Clan:
Miana Gondal, Gondal Bar (Mandi Bahauddin)
Gondal (Attock)
Gulab Singh Gondal, Gondalanwala, (Gujranwala)
Tattah Gondal (Hafizabad)
Gondal Kot, Dhola Gondal (Gujrat)
Alaampur Gondalan (Kharian)
Gondal (Jalalpur Jattan)
Chak Gondal Pur, Chhanni Gondal (Sambrial)
Gondal (Sargodha)
Gondal (Sialkot)
Basti Gondlan (Muzzafar Garh)
Gondal Abad, Dera Ali Mohammad, Dera Mehr Gondal (Kot Momin)
Dera Gondlan (Nageriwala Bhakkar)
Gondalwala Khu (Nageriwala)
Dera Gondlan Bhakkar, Dera Gondlan (Karor)
Gondal (Panjnad)
Gondalwala (Kot Addu)
Gondal (Sahiwal)
Dhok Gondal dahkli(Rawalpindi)

Okara City and District

History of OKARA:

Okara is a famous city of Pakistan in Punjab province. Okara is a planned city and present city was built during Britain Rule. Okara is a historical city and it has many archeological remains of British, Muslims, Sikhs and Hindus eras. Okara has famous Military Dairy Farms since British Raj.
Name of Okara is derived from a word “Okaan” which is name of a tree.
Okara District is located about 110km away from Lahore on Lahore-Multan Road. Sahiwal, Kasur, Lahore, Pakpattan, Sheikhupura, Faisalabad and Bahawalnagar are the other nearest districts.

District Okara has three tehsils:

  1. Okara

  2. Depalpur

  3. Renala Khurd
Approximate population of OKARA is 2,232,992 according to 1998 census.
Area of OKARA is 11,880 km²

Education in OKARA:

Okara district has 12 degree colleges, 05 higher secondary schools, 142 secondary schools, 155 middle schools, 1257 primary schools and 469 Masjid schools for both male and female students. Above mentioned data is only showing government institutes, there are also many private schools and colleges in Okara.

OKARA Police:

To know about Okara Police, visit:

Major crops of OKARA:
Potato, Sugarcane, Wheat, Rice and Maize are main crops of Okara & Oranges and Mangoes are main fruits farmed in the district of Okara.
Mitchels Fruit Farms are also located in a tehsil of Okara, Renala Khurd.

Interestingly, Okara is also used for a food type of Soya Pulp which is extracted from soybean.


Sialkot is a city and district of Pakistani Punjab. Sialkot has exported about 3.5 million footballs for FIFA Football World Cup 2010. The approximate value of these footballs is about 5.2 million US$. Recently Sialkot came into news when Captain of Pakistan Criocket Team Shoaib Malik of Sialkot married with Indian Tennis Star Sania Malik of Indian Hyderabad.

Industrial Products and Exports of Sialkot:
Sialkot is famous for its leather goods which are not only used in Pakistan but also exported to the world. But it will be interesting to know that Sialkot also produces many other goods of high quality including sports goods and surgical equipments. Sialkot produces and exports mainly
Footballs, Cricket Bats, Hockeys...
Sports wear, Boxing gloves...
Leather Jackets, Leather Bags, Leather Belts...
Surgical Instruments of Orthopedic, Dental, Veternary...
Musical Instruments e.g. Drums, Guitars and Pianos...

Sialkot International Airport Limited (SIAL):
Sialkot International Airport and Sambrial Dryport are two mega projects which are made by the local industrialists of Sialkot.

Sialkot Lahore Motorway:
A 6 lane motorway from Lahore to Sialkot is also under consideration of Government. After completing of this Motorway, Lahore will be at a travel of 50 minutes from Sialkot.

Famous Personnalities of Sialkot:
  1. Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal, Shaer-e-Mashriq
  2. Imam Ali-ul-Haq (Imam Sahib), Religious Scholar
  3. Maulana Zafar Ali Khan, Pakistan Movement
  4. Amjad Islam Amjad, Poet and Writer
  5. Asghar Sodai, Poet
  6. Dr. Muhammad Tabish
  7. Chaudhary Naseer Ahmed Malhi, Member All India Muslim League
  8. Khawaja Asif (PML-N)
  9. Rehman Malik, Interior Minister of Pakistan
  10. Zaheer Abbas, Cricketer
  11. Ejaz Ahmed, Cricketer
  12. Shoaib Malik, Cricketer
  13. Asif Bajwa, Hockey Player
  14. Kuldip Nayyar, Indian Journalist also born in Sialkot
Famous Educational Institutes
  1. University of Engineering and Technology (Planned with cooperation of Sweden)
  2. Fatima Jinnah Women University
  3. Campus of VirtualUniversity of Pakistan (VU)
  4. Murray College
  5. 8 Degree Colleges for Women and 5 for Men
  6. 6 Commerce Colleges
  7. 2 Cadet Colleges
  8. 1 Law and 1 Medical College
Fm Radio Stations and Newspapers in Sialkot:
Radio Burraq (FM 104) and Radio Sialkot (FM 101) are two radio stations in Sialkot. Daily Taqat and Daily Sialkot are two famous newspapers of Sialkot.

Bhakkar District

History of Bhakkar
Bhakkar is the capital city of Bhakkar District of Punjab. It got the status of district in 1981. Bhakkar is a part of Thal Desert and it is situated on the left bank of Indus River. Bhakkar is considered a backword and undeveloped district of Pakistan. Bhakkar was founded in fifteenth century. During British Rule Bhakkar was a tehsil of Mianwali district.

Tehsils (Sub-divisions) of Bhakkar
Bhakkar has 04 tehsils:
  1. Bhakkar
  2. Darya Khan
  3. Kaloor Kot
  4. Mankera
Dullewala is also a famous and big town of Bhakkar.

Visiting Places and Tourism Spots
Dilkusha Bagh and Mughal Garden are the famous visiting places of Bhakkar.

Famous People of Bhakkar
Captain Muhammad Sarwar Shaheed (Nishan-e-Haider) belongs to Bhakkar.
There are many famous poets belongs to Bhakkar; Aqeel Naqvi, Gul Bashir, Gul Zaidi, Anjam Iqbal, Bashir Ahmed Bashir.

Culture of Bhakkar
Punjabi, Saraiki and Urdu are the languages which are spoken in Bhakkar.

Dera Ismail Khan (D. I. Khan)

History of D I Khan
Dera Ismail Khan is a district of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwah Province of Pakistan. D I Khan is situated on the west bank of Indus River. Dera Ismail Khan was founded by an Arab, Ismail Khan. Ismail Khan was the son of Malik Sohrab, an Arabian Adventurer. People of D I Khan are called Derawals (Deraywal).

Area and Population of D I Khan
Total area of district is 7,326 km2. While total population of D I Khan is more than 1 Million.

Tehsils of D I Khan
Dera Ismail Khan, Paharpur and Kulachi are three tehsils of district.

Terrorism in D I Khan
D I Khan was badly hit by sectarian and terrorist attacks. There were many suicide attacks happened in D I Khan.

Educational Institutes in D I Khan
Following are the famous educational institutes of Dera Ismail Khan:
  1. Gomal University (founded in 1974)
  2. Al Khair University
  3. AIOU Campus
  4. Gomal Medical College
Transportation in D I Khan
There is an airport in Dera Ismail Khan. D I Khan has also a bus terminal of Daewoo Bus Service. There are also other bus services e.g. Pindi Coaches, Niazi Coaches, Baloch Runners... which provide transportation to masses from D I Khan to other big cities (Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Mianwali, Sargodha...)

Culture of D I Khan
D I Khan has a Mix culture of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, as it is on the borders of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa. Pushto and Saraiki are the languages of the people.

Maulana Fazal ur Rehman, a famous politician and Chairman Jamiat Ulema e Islam, also belongs to D I Khan.


History of PHALIA:
Phalia is a Tehsil of District Mandi Baha ud Din. Phalia is located on main Gujrat- Sargodha Road. It is situated about 52 km from Gujrat, 20 km from Mandi Baha ud Din and about 120 km from Sargodha. Phalia is situated between two main roads of Pakistan; GT Road and Motorway M-2.
Phalia is situated at 32.43 N latitude and 73.58 E longitude.
PHALIA was founded by Alexander the Great.
Approximate population of PHALIA is 30,000 and Phalia is 263rd largest city of Pakistan by population.

Famous Villages and Towns of Phalia are:
Pahrianwali, Jokalian, Dhoul, Maken, Raikey, Ghanian, Dherekan, Bhagat, Sarang, Helan, Haigarwala, Pindi Kalu, Chak Jano, Chak Mano, Charanwala, Narang, Long, Asad Ullah Pur, Kamonkay, Seeray,

Universities, Colleges and Institutes in PHALIA:
There are two government colleges in Phalia; one for men and other for women,

Schools in PHALIA:
There are many government schools for both males and females students and a lot of private schools and colleges in Phalia.
Ghazali Model School Phalia is very much famous school in Phalia.

Major crops of PHALIA: Rice, Wheat and Sugar Cane are main crops of Phalia. Shah Taj Sugar Mills and Phalia Sugar Mills are two main mills of this area, provides employment to masses.

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Pahar Pur Layyah

Pahar pur is a famous town of Layyah district. Population of Paharpur is about 55,000. Area is about 2 km². It is situated on north border of layyah district.
There are two Police check posts. About 50% of Mangoes produced in district layyah are produced by Pahar pur.
Pahar Pur Layyah's Photo

The main tribes of Pahar pur are Kalroo, Rajpoot, Sohya, Gujjar, Teli and Syed
There is a railway station , a Habib bank branch and two government high schools are in Pahar Pur.

Sender: Suhaib Faiz of Pahar Pur Layyah

Mandi Baha ud Din District (M. B. Din)

District Mandi Baha ud Din has three tehsils (sub-divisions); Phalia, Malikwal and Mandi Baha ud Din itself. Other important towns of M.B. Din are Chillianwala, Dhok Kasib, Gujra, Helan, Kathyala Sheikhan, Mangat, Mong, Paharianwala, Qadirabad, Rasul, Wasu and Sohawa.
Formerly it was a tehsil of district Gujrat. Punjabi is the major language of Mandi Bahauddin. A famous and historical “Battle of the Hydaspes River” was fought between Alexander The Great and Raja Porus at Khiwa, a town now a days in M.B. Din. MANDI BAHAUDDIN is in the province of Punjab Pakistan. Nearby Important and Famous Cities are Jhelum, Gujrat, Hafizabad and Sargodha.
Major tribes in M.B. Din are Jat, Gujar, Rajput, Syed, Arain and Mughal.
A View of Boating in River Jhelum near Rasul Barrage

  1. Government Degree College for Girls and Boys
  2. Government College of Technology, Rausl
  3. Royal Multimedia & Computer College
  4. District Jinnah Public School & College

  1. Ghazali School System Helan
  2. National Model School Wasu
  3. Moon Cadet Model School Khursheed Abad

Hospitals and Clinics in MANDI BAHAUDDIN:
  • DHQ Hospital M.B. Din
  • AlShifa Hospital
  • Family Hospital
  • Alwi Hospital
Shah Taj Sugar Mill is leading industry of district.

Newspapers and Radio Stations in MANDI BAHAUDDIN:
  • Hamara FM Mandi Bahauddin FM 98 Radio Station
  • Daily Alaaqa M.B. Din
  • Daily Awaz M.B. Din
  • Daily Aina-e-Inqalab M.B. Din
Mian Waheed ud Din Park and Railway Road Park are the main parks in M.B. Din.

Hotels, Restaurants and Marriage Halls in MANDI BAHAUDDIN:
  • Unique Guest House M.B. Din
  • 7 Ways Guest House and Hotel
  • Green Hotel
  • Eman Marriage Hall
  • Koh-e-Noor Marriage Hall
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Khanqah Sirajia- Hadhrat Khwaja Khan Muhammad Sahib

KHANQAH SIRAJIA (Hazrat Khwaja Khan Muhammad Sahib)
Khanqah Sirajia is famous due to Hadhrat/Hazrat Khwaja Khan Muhammad Sahib (Ameer, Aalami Majlis Tuhaffaz e Khatam e Nubuwwat, Pakistan). Hadhrat Khawaja Khan Muhammed (db) is the Chief Patron (Ameer) of Aalmi Majlis Tahaffuz e khatme Nabuwwat.
The age of Khawaja Khan Muhammad sahib is about 90 years. He was born in 1920.

The shajrah of Hazrat Mawlana Khuwaja Khan Muhammad Sahib (db) goes as:
Hazrat Khawaja Muhammad Ma'soom (rah)
Hazrat Shaikh Safuddin (rah)
Hazrat Sayeed Noor Muhammad Badayooni (rah)
Hazrat Shamsuddin Habibullah Mirza Mazhar Jan-e-Janaa Shahid (rah)
Hazrat Mawlana Syeedna Abdullah known as Hazrat Ghulam Ali Dehlwi (rah)
Hazrat Shah Abu Saeed Dehlwi (rah)
Hazrat Shah Ahmed Saeed (rah)
Hazrat Haji Dost Muhammad Qandahari (rah)
Hazrat Khawaja Muhammad Uthman (rah)
Hazrat Khawaja Muhammad Sirajuddin (rah)
Hazrat Mawlana Abu Sa'ad Ahmed Khan (rah)
Hazrat Mawlana Muhammad Abdullah (rah)
Hazrat Mawlana Khawaja Khan Muhammad (db)

History of Khanqah Sirajia:
Khanqah was established in 1920~1922 by Maulana Abu Saad Ahmed Khan Sahib. Name of Khanqah Sirajia was named after the name of Khawaja Haji Muhammad Siraj ud Din Sahib. Hadrat Khawaja Khan Muhammad Sahib is the In-charge of Khanqah Sirajia since 1956. Khanqah Sirjia is one of the oldest khanqah of Sufi Order (Silsila) Naqashbandia Mujadadia in Pakistan.
A beautiful Masjid, Madrassah, Khanqah and Libray are present in this village of Kundian Mianwali. This village played a key role in the Khatam e Nabuwwat Movement. Village Khanqah Sirajia is also called as the Markaz e Sirajia.

Photo of Masjid at Khanqah Sirajia:

There is also a Markaz of Faizan-e-Madina of Dawat-e-Islami in the village of Khanqah Sirajia.

How to Reach in Khanqah Sirajia:
Khanqah Sirajia Village is situated on the shore of Chashma Jhelum Link Canal on Indus River in Tehsil Piplan District Mianwali. Kundian is a nearest famous town. Khanqah Sirajia is located on Mianwali- Dera Ismail Khan Road about 20 km away from Mianwali. Chashma Lake is a famous tourism spot near Khanqah Sirajia. There is also a Small Railway Station in Khanqah Sirajia.


Fort Minro is a beautiful tourism spot in Dera Ghazi Khan (Punjab, Pakistan). Its weather is very pleasant all the year. Maximum temperature of Fort Minro never rises than 30 ºC in summer. Fort Minro is famous for all type of flowers and especially Red Roses, livestock, fisheries and forests.

Fort Minro is about 85 km away from D.G. Khan and 185km from Multan. Loralai, a city of Balochistan is nearest city from Fort Minro.

Sheikhupura District

Sheikhupura is a district of Punjab Pakistan. The name of Sheikhupura is derived from a nickname of Prince Jahangir, who was known as Sheikhu by his father King Akbar. The present city of Sheikhupura was built by Mughal Emperor Jahangir in 1607. Sheikhupura is an industrial city.

  • Old names of Sheikhupura are Kot Dayal Das, Qila Shaikhupura and Singhpuria. It is also named as Jahangirpura in Tuzk-e-Jahangiri. Sheikhupura name was changed by Mughal Emperor Jahangir from the name of this area, Virk Garh.
  • SHEIKHUPURA was founded by Mughal Emperor Jahangir.
  • Nearby Important and Famous Cities and Places are Lahore, Nankana Sahib, Narowal, Hafizabad, and Gujranwala. Sheikhupura also shares its borders with a city of Indian Punjab, Amritsar.
Tehsils of Sheikhupura:
There are 05 tehsils (Sub-divisions) in Sheikhupura:
  1. Sheikhu Pura
  2. Feroz Wala
  3. Murid Ke
  4. Sharaq Pur
  5. Safdar Abad
Tourism Spots in SHEIKHUPURA:
Following are the famous tourism spots in Sheikhupura.
  • Hiran Minar (A World Cultural Heritage in Pakistan by UNESCO)
  • Sheikhupura Fort (Qila Sheikhupura)
  • Company Bagh
  • Shrine of Shah Jamal
  • Tomb of Mian Sher Muhammad Sharaqpuri
Stadiums and Sports Complex in Sheikhupura:
  • Sheikhupura Cricket Stadium (Wasim Akram scored his best score at this stadium)
  • Saeed Anwar Hockey Stadium
Colleges and Institutes in SHEIKHUPURA:
  • Sheikhupura College of Commerce and Information Technology
  • Government Girls College SHeikhupura

  • National Model School Sheikhupura
  • Beacon House Sheikhupura
  • AL-Faisal School System Sheikhupura

Famous Writers, Poets, Politicians and Lawers of SHEIKHUPURA:
  1. Syed Waris Shah of Heer Rangha (Folk Tale) was born in Sheikhupura (Jandial Sher Khan) in 1706.
  2. Gulshan Kumar Bawra Mehta, Indian Film Lyricist
  3. Syed Anwar Aleemi PPP (Politician and Poet)
  4. Walayat Shah Hashami Advocate

Hiran Minar or (Minate of Deer) is the landmark of Sheikhupura. It is situated in Sheikhupura, Pakistan. It was constructed by Emperor Jehangir as a monument to Mansraj, one of his pet deers.
Unique features of this particular complex are the antelope's grave and the distinctive water collection system. At each corner of the tank (approximately 750 by 895 feet in size), is a small, square building and a subsurface water collection system which supplied the tank; only one of these water systems is extensively exposed today. Looking north from the top of the minar, one can see a patch of forest which is similar to the scrub forest vegetation of Mughal times, while to the west are extensively-irrigated fields, a product of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, but similar in size and appearance to the well-irrigated fields of the Mughal era.

Jhelum District

History of JHELUM:
Jhelum is well known as city of soldiers or land of martyrs and warriors. Jhelum is a district of Punjab. Sohawa, Dina, Pind Dadan Khan and Jhelum are four tehsils of Jhelum district. Jhelum is also discussed in Mahabharata (Hindu Myth). The 16th-century Grand Trunk Road passes through the city. Jhelum city is near the site of the famous Battle of the Hydaspes between the armies of Alexander the Great and Raja Porus. Nearby Important and Famous Cities and Places are Gujrat, Mirpur (Azad Kashmir), Rawalpindi, Chakwal (Present district Chakwal was a tehsil of Jhelum until 1984).
Jhelum is the part of Rawalpindi division since British era.
Jhelum was the name of the favorite horse of Alexander the Great, which was died in battle against Raja Porus. In Greece “Jal” means water and “Hum” means cold.

Following rulers have ruled on Jhelum:
  • Raja Ashok Azam (272 b.c.)
  • Sultan Mehmood Ghazanvi
  • Shahab ud Din Ghori (Tomb of Shahab ud Din Ghori is in Jhelum, built by Dr. Abdul Qadir Khan)
  • Muhammad Bin Qasim
  • Sultan Al Tamash
  • Jalal ul Din Muhammad Akabr
  • Noor ud Din Jahangir
  • Maharaja Ranjeet Singh
Jhelum Cantonment:
A cantonment was built during the British rule, which has grown up into a strong Garrison, with an Infantry Division commanded by a Major General.

Military College Jhelum:
Military College Sarai Alamgir is also known as Military College Jhelum.

Tourism Spots in JHELUM:
  • Rohtas Fort is a stronghold fort built by the great Afghan king Sher Shah Suri. This fort is about 4 km in circumference and the first example of the successful amalgamation of Pukhtun and Hindu architecture in the sub-continent.
  • Mangla Dam is the 12th largest dam of the world, located on Jhelum river 30 km away from Jhelum city.
  • Tilla Jogian
  • Alexander the Great Complex was built with the grant of Greece Government.
  • Khewrra Mines Kohistan Namak (Salt Mines)
  • CMH Masjid Jhelum, Zamir Jaffri Cricket Stadium, Altaf Park and Lehri Nature Park are famous and worth seeing places in Jhelum.
Hotels and Restaurants in JHELUM:
Tulip River View Hotel and Restaurant Jhelum is very good hotel situated on the banks of river Jhelum on main GT Road.

Schools in JHELUM:
  • Army Public School and College Jhelum Cantonment
  • Fauji Foundation Model School & College,Jhelum Cantt.
  • Civil Society Human and Institutional Development Program (CHIP), Sohawa
  • Education Welfare Society (EWS), Jhelum
  • Toor Welfare Trust, Jhelum
Hospitals and Clinics in JHELUM:
  • Combined Military Hospital (CMH) Jhelum
  • District Headquarter Hospital, Jada
  • Sughra Hospital, Jhelum Cantt
  • Shahid memorial trust hospital Jhelum
  • Al Karam Hospital, Civil Lines Jhelum
  • Noor-un-Nisa Hospital
  • Fazal Hospital, Civil Lines Jhelum
  • Mirza Hospital, Shandar Chowk Jhelum
Industries/ Jobs in Jhelum:
  • Pakistan Tobacco Company, Jhelum
  • KDC Plywood Factory, Jhelum
  • Pakistan ChipBoard Factory, Jhelum
  • Allience Textile Mill, Jhelum
  • Rani Ghee Mill, Jhelum
Tribes, Clans and Castes in Jhelum:
Gujjar, Janjua, Jutt, Awan, Gakhar, Kashmiri, Khokhar, Qureshi, Mughal, Syed, Shaikh and Rajput are living in Jhelum in a harmony.

Speeches in Jhelum:
Following national leaders have delivered their public speeches in Jhelum:
  • Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jennah
  • Fatima Jennah
  • Ayub Khan
Famous Military Personnel from Jhelum:
  • General Afzal Nawaz Janjua (Former Chief of Army Staff)
  • General Afzal Janjua (Former Director General ISI)
  • Major Muhammad Akram Shaheed "Nishan-e-Haider" (Proud Alamgirian)
  • Col Haq Nawaz kayani Saheed (Double Sitara-e-Jurat)
  • Lieutenant General Muhammad Masood Aslam, Sitara-e-Jurat
  • Admiral (R) Tariq Kamal Khan former Chief of Naval Staff Pakistan Navy
  • Squadron leader Abida Anwar (first lady psychologist in Pakistan armed forces)
  • Lt. Col. Umar Janjua (65FF) Sitara-e-Basalat (Operation Rah-e-Nijat)
Famous Writers, Poets, Journalists, Compares and Columnist of JHELUM:
  • Syed Zamir Jaffri (Poet)
  • Gulzar (Indian Poet)
Famous Politicians of JHELUM:
  • Raja Ghazanfar Ali Khan (Pakistan Movement Activist)
  • Nawabzada Iqbal Mehdi Khan Janjua, (ex, MNA and minister for PML)
  • Raja Muhammad Afzal Khan, (ex. MNA for PML N)
  • Ch. Khadim Hussain, (ex. MPA and advisor to CM)
  • Raja Muhammad Khalid Khan (ex MPA and Minister)
  • Raja Muhammad Asad Khan, MNA PML N
  • Raja Muhammd Safdar Khan, MNA PML N
  • Chaudhry Farrukh Altaf, District Nazim of Jhelum
  • Dr Ghulam Hussain (Gen. Sec. PPP (S.B), Ex Federal Minister)
  • Ch Abid Ashrif Jotana (Tehsil Nazam)Pind Dadan khan.
  • Chaudhry Altaf Hussain, former Governor of Punjab
  • Dr. Hasnat Khan, (Friend of Lady Diana Princess of Wales)
Other Famous People and Legends of JHELUM:
  • Syed Waqar Azeem, Fakhr-e-Jhelum
  • Justice Iftikhar Hussain Chaudhry, Chief Justice of Lahore High Court
  • Lala Dhanpat Rai (Hon. Magistrate in British Government)
  • Inder Kumar Gujjral (ex. Indian Prime Minister)
  • Man Mohan Singh (ex. Indian Prime Minister)
  • Sunil Dutt (Father of Bollywood Actor/ Hero Sanjay Dutt)
    1. Daily Ammal Jhelum
    2. Weekly Naseem Jhelum
    3. Weekly Voice of Muslim Jhelum
    4. Daily Khair ul Amur Jhelum
    5. Weekly Jirga Jhelum
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