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Karahe Wala is a Village in Kot-ise-khan Tehsil in Moga District of Punjab State, India. It is located 33 KM towards North from District head quarters Moga. 185 KM from State capital Chandigarh. Moga , Zira , Makhu , are the nearby Cities to Karahe Wala.
This Place is in the border of the Moga District and Firozepur District. Firozepur District Zira is west towards this place .
Agricultural fields of Punjab in Monsoon Karahe Wala's climate is characterised by extreme hot and extreme cold conditions. Annual temperatures in Punjab range from 1 to 46 °C (34 to 115 °F) but can reach 49 °C (120 °F) in summer and 0 °C (32 °F) in winter. The northeast area lying near the foothills of the Himalayas receives heavy rainfall, whereas the area lying further south and west receives less rainfall and experiences higher temperatures. Average annual rainfall ranges 460 millimetres (18 in) in the plains.
Karahe Wala has three seasons
Summer (April to June), when temperatures typically rise as high as 38 °C (100 °F). Monsoon season (July to September), when the majority of rainfall occurs. Winter (December to February), when temperatures typically fall as low as 0 °C (32 °F).
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Public transport in Village is provided by buses.The main Bus stand of village is 500 mtr far away from village on the State highway.
S.Jasbeer Singh is the current sarpanch of village Karahe Wala.
Sikhism is the predominant faith in Village, followed by more than 90% of the populace.There are two Gurudwaras situated in the village.One gurudwaras is situated in the village and other one in outside the village.
There are two Primary and Secondary schools in the village which provide the education to the students.There are also number of private school around the village.
The culture of village has many elements including music such as bhangra, an extensive religious and non-religious dance tradition, a long history of poetry in the Punjabi language, and harvest festivals such as Lohri, Basant, Vaisakhi and Teeyan, all of which are celebrated in addition to the religious festivals of India.
One of the main features of Village cuisine is its diverse range of dishes. Some food items are eaten on a daily basis while some delicacies are cooked only on special occasions.Basically,simple foods are cooked in village and uses seasonal vegetables.
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