Ambhader

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Ambhader
Village
The location of the village of Ambhader as shown within the map of Pakistan
The location of the village of Ambhader as shown within the map of Pakistan
Ambhader
Location in Pakistan
Coordinates: 34°08′34″N 71°42′10″E / 34.142796°N 71.702702°E / 34.142796; 71.702702Coordinates: 34°08′34″N 71°42′10″E / 34.142796°N 71.702702°E / 34.142796; 71.702702
Country Pakistan
Province Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
District Charsadda
Tehsil Charsadda
Time zone PST (UTC+5)
Languages

Ambhader is a village in Charsadda District, Pakistan. The village is situated along the Swat River, on the road that connects Sardaryab with Shabqadar and the district capital, Charsadda. The Swat River joins the Kabul River in Nowshehra, just 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) south of the village.

Geography and climate[edit]

The village of Ambhader sits on the Peshawar valley of the Iranian plateau, near the junction of the Hindu Kush mountains with the Eurasian Plate.

The village has a humid subtropical climate, with hot summers and relatively cold winters, and moderate rainfall.