|Province||Islamabad Capital Territory|
|Elevation||520 m (1,710 ft)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+5)|
Hadwala is composed of two words from Pothwari/Punjabi language; had means "half" and wala means "owner", so Hadwala means "owner of half". This name was given because the head of this village who belonged to Gujjar tribe owned half the lands of the area around this village in Union Council Bishandot.
The major population of the village consists of Gujar tribe.
Although the village is located in a remote area about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) away from the main road and it provides a difficult (albeit improved in recent years) situation in which to live, the quality of education the people have is remarkable. The road has been established since 2013.
Hadwala Gujaran is situated in provincial constituency of Punjab (PP5) and NA 52 is the constituency for national assembly. Muslim League(N) currently has a strong hold on these constituencies, but Pakistan Tehrik Insaf (PTI) is also emerging as new party that may offer a strong challenge in the elections of 2018. PTI is very famous in young generation of the area. Hadwala gujaran is situated in District Rawalpindi, tehsil Kallar Syedan and Union council Bishandot.
Chowk Pindori, Sagri, and Kallar Syedan are the nearest towns. Rawat is also nearby town to reach GT road. Mankiala Joor Road is also an easy joining point for travel towards Gujar Khan. Bhatta, Aziz Pur Gujaran, Mohra Najar, Arazi Khas, Roopar, and Bishandot are nearby villages.
- Ch Manzoor Hussain Gujjar (only elected member of UC Bishandot from the village)
- Dr Sajjad Karamat (Late) (computational chemist PhD)
- Major Ajaib Hussain (Late) (army officer)
- Major Jahnzeeb
- Qazi Hammad Yasir (Headmaster high School)
- Ch Ejaz Hussain Gujjar. LLB. (contested for national assembly [NA 52] in 2013 elections, notable lawyer)
- Kamran (Research scholar pursuing Phd in Analytical chemistry from UK)