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is situated near motorway (M2) in the west at a distance of 11 km from Salam interchange. Lower Bhalwal Canal is passing at its north side at a distance of 3 km. It also lies on Sargodha – Malikwal – Lalamusa section of Pakistan Railway and has a railway station. Bhalwal is an agricultural

wikipedia.org | 2011/5/17 16:13:12

Bhalwal Tehsil print that page

administratively subdivided into the following Union Councils: [ 1 ] Chak 5 SB. Ali Pur Syedan Bhabra Bhalwal -I (Urban) Bhalwal -Ii (Urban) Bhalwal -Iii (Urban) Bhalwal -Iv (Urban) Bhera-I (Urban) Bhera-Ii (Urban) Butcha Kalan Chabba Purana Chak No. 10/Ml Chak No. 02/Nb..

wikipedia.org | 2011/7/13 16:56:12

Tribes and clans of the Pothohar Plateau print that page

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The Potohar plateau, or sometimes pronounced Pothohar Plateau ( Urdu : سطح مرتفع پوٹھوہار ), is a large region of plateau situated in northern Punjab , Pakistan . It is bounded on the east by the Jhelum River , on the west by the Indus River , on the north by the Kala Chitta

Gondal (clan) print that page

The Gondal are one of the Jat clans (tribes) found mainly in Punjab , Pakistan . They are also a few in Punjab , India . Contents 1 History of the Gondal 1.1 Theory 1 1.2 Theory 2 1.3 Theory 3 1.4 Theory 4 2 Location and distribution 3 Famous towns with the name of

wikipedia.org | 2011/9/15 0:02:48

Gujjar print that page

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The Gujjar ( Sanskrit : गुर्जर Gurjara [ 5 ] , Gojri : गुज्जर, گجر ) or Gurjar ( Gujari : गुर्जर, گُرجر ) are a historical ethnic group in India , Afghanistan [ 6 ] and Pakistan . Alternative spellings include Gurjara , Gujar and Gujur . While

Murree Tehsil print that page

Murree Tehsil is located in the northernmost part of Punjab province where it borders the North West Frontier Province . The hill resort city of Murree is the capital city of this area. Contents 1 Administration 2 History 2.1 2005 earthquake 3 Tribes 4 Murree hills culture

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/26 18:43:44

Bakhar bar print that page

Adda · Chak 21 S.B. · Aminabad Noon · Ali Pur Noon · Atta Abad Noon · Batree Shahabdin Di · Bhalwal · Bhera · Ali Pur Syedan · Ranjhianwala · Sheikh Da Lok · Kasu Pur (Dulhar) · Turti pur · Kohlian · Chak No.96 S.B · Chack No 111 N.B · Chack No 113 N.B · Chack No 114 N.B

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/25 13:07:46

Pind Dadan Khan (tehsil) print that page

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The area is well known for Khewra Salt Mines , Asia 's largest salt mine , in use for over 2000 years, and which features an underground mosque . The area has a long history going back to the time of Alexander the Great 's invasion (see Punjab (Pakistan) ). The small town of Jalalpur Sharif

Punjabi Rajput print that page

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As a forward caste , Rajputs have not been counted as a caste in the official census in the Republic of India since 1940. According to the 1911 census in British India , the total Rajput population in the Punjab was 1,635,578, [ 1 ] of which 1,222,024 (74.5%) were Muslim , 388,744 (24

Jhelum Tehsil print that page

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The Imperial Gazetteer of India , [ 2 ] compiled over a century ago during British rule , describes the tehsil as follows: "Eastern tahsīl of Jhelum District, Punjab, lying between 32° 39′ and 33° 15′ N. and 73° 9′ and 73° 48′ E, with an a of 888 square miles. It is bounded,