Burj Mandi

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Burj Mandi is a village in Chak Jhumra in Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. It has a railway station on the Faisalabad Sargodha Railway.

It is part of pp51 of Punjab assambly.


Its location can be seen at the Satellite Images of Burj Mandi at http://www.maplandia.com/pakistan/punjab/faisalabad/burj-mandi/

original name: Burj Mandi

geographical location: Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan, Asia

geographical coordinates: 31° 39' 25" North, 73° 6' 0" East


Burj village has a basic health unit, girls elementary school, boys elementary school, post office, UBL branch, telephone service, running water and electricity. A market can be found on the high street where mostly residents do their shoppings. People from the near vicinity also comes to the market to make their shoppings. Mosques are plentiful. This part of faisalabad is irrigated by famous Jhang Branch.


Most of the population is Muslim although there are also some Christian families. A large source of income comes from people working abroad in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, America, Turkey, Spain, UK, Canada, Jordan, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Iran, Iraq and Italy.

People of this village are well educated and are serving on good positions as Chartered Accountants, Lawyers, Doctors, Engineers, Army Officers, PAF Officers, Politicians, Businessmen. The people are very hardworking, honest, brave, well mannered.

This village is the ideal place for visitors who often come to visit different places and enjoy the celebrations annually.

Coordinates: 31°39′N 73°06′E / 31.650°N 73.100°E / 31.650; 73.100

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