Narali

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Jarmot
Town and union council
Jarmot is located in Pakistan
Jarmot
Jarmot
Location in Pakistan
Coordinates: 33°07′N 73°10′E / 33.117°N 73.167°E / 33.117; 73.167
Country  Pakistan
Region Rawalpindi
District Rawalpindi District
Tehsil Gujar Khan Tehsil
Population
 • Total 15,353
Time zone PST (UTC+5)

Narali (Urdu: نڑالى, Alternate spellings: Nirali) is one of the oldest and largest towns of Gujar Khan Tehsil, Punjab province of Pakistan. Narali used to be the hub of trade before partition.It had a large Hindu population that dominated the trade circle.It still has a number of remains & ruins of Hindu culture & temples.It is culturally richer than the adjoining villages. Narali enjoys a very important position because it has union council office, patwarkhana, health centre and a post office.[1]

Villages[edit]

Narali Union Council consists of the following villages:

  • Narali
  • Thakra Mohra
  • Ahdi
  • Dhoke Adra 1st
  • Dhoke Adra 2nd
  • Dhoke Adra 3rd
  • Dhoke Cheemian 1st
  • Dhoke Cheemian 2nd
  • Dhoke Budhal
  • Dhoke Landian 1st
  • Dhoke Landian 2nd
  • Dhoong
  • Tarati
  • Faryal
  • Kayal
  • Fazolian
  • Dhoke Baba Noor

Due to delimation of constituencies in June 2015. Union council Narali is split into two councils (Narali and Ahdi). Final list of villages included in Narali will be added while confirmation from officials.

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Coordinates: 33°07′N 73°10′E / 33.117°N 73.167°E / 33.117; 73.167