Machh

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Machh
Town and union council
Country Pakistan
Region Balochistan
District Kachi District
Time zone PST (UTC+5)
Departing Machh Railway Station

Machh, or Mach, is a small town and union council of Bolan District in the Balochistan province of Pakistan.[1] The town has an altitude of 1006 metres (3303 feet) and is located at 29°52'0N 67°19'60E, [2] - some about 50 km (70 km by road) southeast of Quetta, the provincial capital.

Geography[edit]

Mach is located in between the stony hills. It is divided into 3 parts; area for jail, railway and town. There is only one bazaar. People belonging from different tribes like balochi, kashmiri, hazare, sindhi, punjabi and hindus.

Languages[edit]

Several languages are spoken there such as pashto, barawi, balochi, sindi, punjabi, persian and urdu.

Earning Source[edit]

Mostly people works in coal mines, railway and jail. Others works in shops and wapda sector.

Famous[edit]

Mach is famous for its jail, built in 1929 and coal mines.

Weather[edit]

The weather is so dry. Its rains 3 or 4 times in year.

Transportation[edit]

People use cars, bikes and cycles for transportation in town.

References[edit]

Coordinates: 29°52′0″N 67°20′0″E / 29.86667°N 67.33333°E / 29.86667; 67.33333