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Bucheki is located in Pakistan
Coordinates: 31°11′N 73°23′E / 31.18°N 73.39°E / 31.18; 73.39
Country  Pakistan
Province Punjab
District Nankana Sahib
 • Total 43 km2 (17 sq mi)
Elevation 179 m (587 ft)
Population (1998)
 • Total 68,000
Time zone PST (UTC+5)

Bucheki is a city of Nankana Sahib District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 31°18'18N 73°39'34E with an altitude of 179 metres (590 feet).[1]

Bucheki is a city situated in the Punjab. It is located about 80  west of Lahore and 15 km south of Nankana Sahib (the birthplace of Guru Nanak Sahib). Bucheki famous is its very well established grain market. The grain market is in full swing during the harvesting seasons of wheat (May – June) and rice (October – November). This is the time when one can see large crowds in the town and a lot of trucks loaded with the crops some coming in and some going out. The city has a main bazaar and many other markets which has most of merchants located on both sides starting from book stores to jewelry shops. It also has the famous “Nala Daik” passing right through the middle of the town. It connects to the village Shah purah in North from Sayyedwala road. The city has 5 towns. 1.Heaven City 2.Usman Town 3.Mughal Garden 4.Sayyed Town & 5.Paradise Gulshan The city has 5 colleges and a Girls under construction university. The city has super markets.The city has more than 500 schools and 13 National Level schools and one under construction International Level school in its town Heaven City.The city has exapandid its size by entering 16 more villages more in its area and now the total size of city is 43km2 .The town has now the total population of 68,000 people(1998)


Coordinates: 31°18′18″N 73°39′34″E / 31.30500°N 73.65944°E / 31.30500; 73.65944