Noordolal

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Noordolal
Village
Country  Pakistan
Province Punjab (Pakistan)
District Rawalpindi
Population (2016)
 • Estimate () 4,215 nearly round about
Time zone PST (UTC+5)
Calling code 0513

Noordolal or Noor Dolal is one of the oldest villages of Gujar Khan Tehsil, of the Rawalpindi District, Punjab, Pakistan. It was once a main shopping and activity centre of the local area having grocery shops, crockery shops, goldsmith shops, a Jama Masjid (congregational mosque), one each boys and girls schools, and a post office.

Noordolal is the main village with minor villages in its territory including Dhoke Qureshian, Dhoke Aarra, Dhoke Gumti, Dhoke Gurrah, Dhoke Mir Afzal Shaheed, and Bunamera (Dhoke Major).

There is a girls' elementary school in Dhoke Qureshian (Dhoke Lamian), with land for the school having been donated by Babu Waris Ali Qureshi and Babu Dost Muhammad Qureshi. The Basic Health Unit for the Union Council Kuri Dolal is also located in this village at Ghousia Chowk (Ghousia Square). Ghousia Chowk is also the main shopping centre of Noordolal.

Coordinates: 33°23′N 73°18′E / 33.383°N 73.300°E / 33.383; 73.300