Mari Indus

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Mari Indus
Town
Mari Indus is located in Pakistan
Mari Indus
Mari Indus
Coordinates: 32°57′02″N 71°33′42″E / 32.9506°N 71.5617°E / 32.9506; 71.5617Coordinates: 32°57′02″N 71°33′42″E / 32.9506°N 71.5617°E / 32.9506; 71.5617
Country Pakistan Pakistan
Province Punjab
District Mianwali
Tehsil Mianwali

Mari Indus (Urdu: ماڑی اِنڈس ‎) is a town in Mianwali District, Punjab, Pakistan, situated on bank of the Indus River near Kalabagh. It is located at 32°57 North 71°34 East and has an altitude of 206m or 679 ft.[1]

The historic village "Mari" or "Old Mari Indus" is 2 kilometers from there, famous for its historic ruins of Hindu civilization.[2]

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Mari Indus is the terminus railway station of Daud Khel-Mari Indus railway line. Three trains Mari Indus Express to Lahore, Multan Mixed to Multan and Attock Passenger to Attock are available daily from there. Before 1991 it was also the terminus station of a 2 ft 6 in (762 mm) narrow gauge railway line which connected it with lakki Marwat, Bannu and Tank. But now this railway line has been dismantled.[3]

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