Bahadur Khel

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Rock salt crystal

Bahadur Khel is a village and Union Council of Karak District in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.[1] It is located at 33°10'57N 70°57'15E with an altitude of 548 metres (1801 feet),[2] the village is the site of an extensive rock salt quarry. The quarry (one mile long by half a mile broad) produce high quality rock salt suitable for human consumption. The facility is managed by the Pakistan Mineral Development Corporation.


During British rule the area was part of the old Kohat District[3] and the facility was under the control of the Northern India Salt Department, a government body of British India.

Bahader Khel is union council which is 7 big villages:

  • Bahader Khel
  • Darish Khel
  • Ghol Banda
  • Anar Banda
  • Shaheedan Banda
  • Charpara banda
  • Shaheedan

Village Bahadur khel is the origin for these little villages.These villages are known on the name of bahadur khel


Coordinates: 33°10′57″N 70°57′15″E / 33.18250°N 70.95417°E / 33.18250; 70.95417