Muhammadi Sharif

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Muhammadi, also known as Jamia Muhammadi Sharif, is a village of Bhawana Tehsil in Chiniot District of Punjab province of Pakistan. It is named after Mian Muhammadi Juwan( a Sufi and disciple of saints of Multan originally named Mian Imam Deen ), located at 2 km of the left bank of the Chenab River.[1] The village is famous due to its religious background. It's the home of Mualana Muhammad Zakir, a well known saint, and politician. His son Maulana Muhammad Rahmat-ul-Allah Khokhar also a politician, remained MNA. This village has a famous dar-ul-uloom which has produced many religious scholars.[citation needed]

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Coordinates: 31°38′N 72°44′E / 31.633°N 72.733°E / 31.633; 72.733