Kallar Syedan Tehsil

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Kallar Syedan
کلر سیداں
Tehsil
Kallar Syedan is located in Punjab, Pakistan
Kallar Syedan
Kallar Syedan
Kallar Syedan is located in Pakistan
Kallar Syedan
Kallar Syedan
Coordinates: 33°24′52″N 73°22′43″E / 33.41444°N 73.37861°E / 33.41444; 73.37861Coordinates: 33°24′52″N 73°22′43″E / 33.41444°N 73.37861°E / 33.41444; 73.37861
CountryPakistan
RegionPunjab
DistrictRawalpindi District
TehsilTehsil Kallar Syedan
Capital CityKallar Syedan
Towns15
Union councils23
Government
 • TypeTMA
 • MayorSheikh Abdul Qadoos
Area
 • Total421 km2 (163 sq mi)
Elevation520 m (1,710 ft)
Population (2017)
 • Total217,273
Time zoneUTC+5 (PST)
Area code(s)051

Kallar Syedan tehsil is a tehsil in the Rawalpindi District, Punjab, Pakistan. Earlier a part of the Kahuta Tehsil, it became a separate tehsil on 1 July 2004.

Kallar Syedan is the capital of the tehsil.[1]

Demography[edit]

According to the 2017 census of Pakistan, Kallar Syedan Tehsil has a total population of 217,273.[citation needed] Many clans are living in Kallar Syedan Tehsil like Gangel Awans, Khattars, Qazis, Janjuas, Siddiquis, Sattis, Maliks, Arains, Gakkhars, Mughals, and Chauhans. Many more castes are also present now, because the city expands day by day, but they are smaller in numbers.

Administrative divisions[edit]

The tehsil is divided into 23 Union Councils:

Delimitation 2018[edit]

Towns and villages[edit]

  • Arazi
  • Bhatti
  • Bhalakhar
  • Bagh Boota
  • Balimah
  • Bangyal
  • Banal
  • Barota
  • Basanta
  • Bawli
  • Bhakhral
  • Bimmah Gangal
  • Bismillah Town
  • Bishandote
  • Chabutra
  • Chak Mirza
  • Chamak
  • Chamba Kerpal
  • Chappar
  • Chappri Akku
  • Choha Khalsa
  • ChowkPindori
  • Dhamali
  • Dahan Gali
  • Darkali Mamuri
  • Darkali Sher Shahi
  • Dera Khalsa
  • Dhari
  • Dhari Syedan
  • Dheri Mirzian
  • Dhoke Buhari
  • Dhoke Captain Khaliq Awan
  • Dhoke Lt Miran Bakhsh
  • DhoKe Mahjian
  • Dhoke Sub Amanat Hussain
  • Dhoke Sufi Ghulam Farid
  • Dhoke Adrain
  • Dhoke Baba Faiz Baksh
  • Doberan Kallan
  • Dhok Sabri
  • Ghangothi
  • Ghazan Abad
  • Gohi
  • Hayal Pindora
  • Her Dho Chakyal
  • Jabba
  • Jabba Channi
  • Jaswala
  • Jocha Mamdoot
  • Kaaliyah
  • Kalari
  • Kanoha
  • Khalwat
  • Khooe Lass
  • Kothi Syedan
  • Kund
  • Looni Bazdaran
  • Mak Dhoke Bhattian
  • Majhar
  • Malook
  • Mangal Rajgan
  • Mangloora Shareef
  • Manyanda
  • Merah Sangal
  • Miana Mohra
  • Mohra Bakhtan
  • Mohra banni
  • Mohra Ropyal
  • Mohrah Adrian
  • Mohra Mareed
  • Nala Musalmana
  • Nambal
  • Nandna Jattal
  • Nothia
  • Pallal Mallahan
  • Peer Garata Syedan
  • Phata
  • Phalina
  • Sairi Saroha
  • Pindora Hardo
  • Pind Mir Gala
  • Saaliyah
  • Saroha Chaudhrian
  • Sadda Kamal
  • Sakrana
  • Sakot
  • Sahib Dhamial
  • Samote
  • Samote Mirzan
  • Shah Khahi
  • Sir Suba Shah
  • Sumbal
  • Takal
  • Tamnoha
  • Tareel
  • Thala
  • Tota Rajgan
  • Walayat Abad
  • Zia Town

Notable people[edit]

Places of interest[edit]

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "RAWALPINDI: Kallar Syedan starts functioning as tehsil". Dawn.Com. 2004-07-02. Retrieved 2013-11-13.
  2. ^ Page 12 NA-57
  3. ^ "Aziz new envoy to S. Arabia - Newspaper". Dawn.Com. 2002-10-08. Retrieved 2018-06-01.
  4. ^ "Punjab Assembly". Pap.gov.pk. 1952-05-11. Retrieved 2018-06-01.
  5. ^ Honourable Mr. Justice Sardar Tariq Masood, Supreme Court of Pakistan. Retrieved 31 October 2018.
  6. ^ [1]
  7. ^ Map
  8. ^ Zulfiqar Ali Kalhoro (9 September 2015). "The gurdwaras of Potohar: A missed opportunity for religious tourism". Retrieved 31 October 2018.