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Bhakkar District: Bhakkar Tehsil, Mankera Tehsil, Darya Khan Tehsil, Kaloorkot Tehsil, Chak No.209 Tda, Mullanwali, Books LLC

Bhakkar District: Bhakkar Tehsil, Mankera Tehsil, Darya Khan Tehsil, Kaloorkot Tehsil, Chak No.209 Tda, Mullanwali,

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Published September 15th 2010
ISBN : 9781156009109
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26 pages
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Chapters: Bhakkar Tehsil, Mankera Tehsil, Darya Khan Tehsil, Kaloorkot Tehsil, Chak No.209 TDA, Mullanwali, . Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 24. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book clubMoreChapters: Bhakkar Tehsil, Mankera Tehsil, Darya Khan Tehsil, Kaloorkot Tehsil, Chak No.209 TDA, Mullanwali, . Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 24. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Bhakkar (Urdu: ) is a District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The district was created in 1981 with Bhakkar city (known as Bakhar in Seraiki) as the capital. It is located between 31 10 and 32 22 N. and 70 47 and 72 E. with an area of 3,134 square miles (8,120 km), most of it lies in the desolate plain of the Thal, but the Kachhi or strip of riverine land along the Indus is of great fertility. Its area consists of riverine tract along the Indus called Kacha and the Thal historically called Chol-e-Jalali. Most of its area comprises greater Thal. Mankera in centre of The Great Thal is a place of great antiquity. The old fort here- a historical heritage, is a great land mark of Thal needs preservation. Another old place in the district is Kallurkot. Bakhar is part of Seraiki Wasaib in western Punjab. Bhakkar city has a population of almost 300,000, the total population of the district was estimated to be 1.37 million in 2008. The district is administratively divided into four tehsils and 42 Union Councils: Khansar Union Council is one of the major Union Councils in Bhakkar. Mari shah Sakhira Union Council is very close to Bhakkar District boundary Home in ThalThe main towns of District Bhakkar are: The original name of Bakhar was Sakhar. There are some other places named Bakhar, which means town of sun-baked bricks. The town has some historical places like Dilkusha Bagh which is believed to be a Mughal era garden and is attached to Humayun- but historical facts do not verify it. Humayun never came here. On his retreat to Iran, he went to another Bakhar in Sindh to seek help from Mahmood Khan, whi...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=4592127