Chhidru

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Chhidru چهِدرُو
Village and union council
Country Pakistan
Region Punjab
District Mianwali District
Population
 • Total 7,000 above
Time zone PST (UTC+5)

Chhidru (Urdu: چهِدرُو‎), is a village and union council of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.[1] It is part of Mianwali Tehsil and is located at 32°32'36N 71°46'25E.[2]

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In Sanskrit, Chhidru means white stone. It is that place from which Indian time scale of geology starts. The mountain covered with snow, before 6 thousand years. Old Greeks journals spoke of snow, which is why they loved to live nearby the mountainous area. Mermandes, now famous village, was once fort of Greeks.

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Coordinates: 32°32′36″N 71°46′25″E / 32.54333°N 71.77361°E / 32.54333; 71.77361