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Dhok Padhal (Urdu: ڈھوک پڈھال) is a village situated in Jhelum District, Punjab, Pakistan. The name of this village was named in 1667 after the man who was a shepherd and in Punjabi Language sheep's are called(phads) so people use to call this as "Village of Phads" so from their the name was derived as "Dhok Padhal" This village is the based on Jutt tribes
The village is located at 32° 58' 40" North, 73° 30' 40" East and has an altitude of 275 metres (905 ft) Falling Rain Genomics and has an area of about 1,000 acres (4.0 km2). Lies 10 km west of Dina, 5 km north of Rohtas and 30 km north east of Tilla Jogian.
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