Pandori, Jhelum

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Pandori, tehsil dina district jehlum
Village and union council
Country pakistan
Region Punjab Province
 • Type Govt. of Pakistan
Time zone PST (UTC+5)

Pandori is a village and part of union council Ladhar in Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. it was itself a Union council but in the Government of Perwaiz Musharif the name of the Union Council changed to Ladhar. This Small Village got a boom in infrastructure in First Govt of Nawaz Sharif. at the same time a High School for the Boys and a High School for Girls, a hospital, water supply, veterinary hospital and the office for the agricultural help. the known personalities from the Pandori Village are Raja Altaf Hussain (Late), Raja Afra Siab, Raja Khalid, Khan Khalid Khan(late), Thekedar Muhammad Akram (late), Dr. Muhammad Munir and Dr. Muhammad Imran. Muhammad Suleman the pioneer of the English medium Private school education in Pandori Village. The Name Pandori means the cluster of small villeges and the names of small parts call PIND are Dupri, Dhok tamma, Dhok sahi, Dhok Khinger, Dhok sahi, Siwa, Potha, Kalra, Mohra, Machine Muhalla No 1,Dheri Buttan, Afghan Abad, Mohra Khoo, and Pind. it all makes the one unit Pandori. Pandori is last Village on the border of Pakistan and Azad Kashmir. the profession of the people is labor either in Pakistan or abroad. About 70% population has main source of income the foreign income. It is part of Dina Tehsil,[1] and is located at 33°6'0N 73°37'0E with an altitude of 271 metres (892 feet).[2]


Coordinates: 33°6′0″N 73°37′0″E / 33.10000°N 73.61667°E / 33.10000; 73.61667