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Dina is about 200 kilometres (120 mi) northwest of Lahore, and around 100 kilometres (60 mi) southeast of Islamabad, at the junction of roads to the Mangla Dam / Mirpur and Rohtas Fort / Tilla Jogian mountain. The historic Grand Trunk Road passes through the centre of the town. There is limited industrial activity including woodworking, ironworking and marble processing. The main source of income for residents is remittances from relatives working in the UK and the Gulf states. Many residents join the Pakistan Army. There is some small-scale agriculture with wheat and pulses as the main crops.
Zikr Jhelum ka, baat ho Dine ki.
Chand Pukhraj ka, raat Pashmine ki
Dina is about an hour by car from Islamabad and 2.5 hours from Lahore. It can also be reached by Pakistan Railways.
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