Ali Pur Noon

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Ali Pur Noon is a historic village near Bhera in Sargodha District, Punjab, Pakistan. It was settled in the nineteenth century by the Noon family[citation needed].


People[edit]

Ali Pur Noon is inhabited by over 24,000 people. It is one of the largest villages in the area and is a self-sustained community, having schools, medical clinics, ironmongers, carpenters, traditional craftsmen in leather arts, clay arts, etc.

Environment[edit]

The village is surrounded by citrus, kinno, malta (a variety of orange), lychee, and guava. The date and mango orchards are over a hundred years old. It also has a very successful stud farm.


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