Gadai, Punjab

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Gadai
Gadai is town (UC) situated near DG Khan city at Sakhi Sarwar Road. This town was established by sufi saint, Hazrat Noor Shah Bukhari who came from Uch Sharif and was
Gadai is located in Pakistan
Gadai
Gadai
Location in Pakistan
Coordinates: 30°1′0″N 70°37′0″E / 30.01667°N 70.61667°E / 30.01667; 70.61667
Country Pakistan
Province Punjab
District Dera Ghazi Khan District
Elevation 374 ft (114 m)
Time zone PST (UTC+5)
 • Summer (DST) +6 (UTC)

Gadai is a town and union council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.It is situated on the national highway N 70 which is a gateway between punjab and Balochistan. People of different clans lived there. Major clans are leghari, bughlani, machi, sanghi, khosa ,kumhaar, poli,charhoye, hotani,jarh and muhajir also lived there.famous muhallas and colonies are muhalla bughlani,muhammadia colony,muhalla muhajran.there is one boys high school and one girls high school.there are numerous shops on main road.[1] It is located at 30°1'0N 70°37'0E and has an altitude of 114 metres (377 feet).[2]

Notables[edit]

Dr mehmood leghari, malik shafi malana, Naeem bughlani, muhammad khan leghari,

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Coordinates: 30°1′0″N 70°37′0″E / 30.01667°N 70.61667°E / 30.01667; 70.61667