Phallah

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Phalla
Union council
Country  Pakistan
Province Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa
District Abbottabad
Tehsil Havelian
Government
Population
 • Total 20, 000

Phalla Union council takes it name from the chief village in the area. It is one of the most densely populated union councils of Abbottabad District in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Other Co-villages are Ghambir, Rakhala, Charbat, Ropar, Rahi, Chankot, Dakhan Paiser. Most of area is hilly. These mountain are linked with the mountains of the Murree and Margalla hills of Islamabad. Village Phalla and Ghambir are thickly populated area of this Union Council.

History[edit]

Ethnic groups[edit]

The Jadoons, Khans,Abbasis, Awan, Syed,Chaudhary, Rajas,and Qureshi are living in this valley. All families are living side by side with harmony and brotherhood.

Location[edit]

Phallah Village is in a valley situated on the Lora-Shah Maqsood Road, 6 miles from Lora and 16 miles from Ghoragali (Murree). It is surrounded by two large and mountains called Muri and Khadan. Entrance to the village on the Lora side is from a narrow road called Gali. As soon as you enter the valley you will see a range of attractive dwellings houses that look to be on top of each other like a multistory building. Riala and Rupper are other villages located 2 miles west of Phallah.Government Middle School and primary School for boys at Pallah Gali, (is very bad conditions due to some influential local teachers like son of Malik ex-Chairman and Abdul Waheed CT Teacher ).

The Union Council of Phallah is located in the most south-westerly part of Abbottabad District, to its east Murree is located, on the west it is bordered by [Haripur District] and to the south it is bordered by Islamabad/Rawalpindi District] of [Punjab (Pakistan)|Punjab province].

Due to its location it is an easily accessible village. Phallah is divided into two parts (rara and para phallah) divided by a stream. An old water well is located at the centre of both parts where most of the women used to fetch water. Bagalian, Pata, Atarian and Jehlyarian are small Mahallah surrounding phallah but are part of Phallah. There are three big mosques located at rara Phallah, Para Phallah and Atarian along with small mosques in Mahallah. There is an Eid Gaha located centrally where all people pray Eid Namaz and is a meeting point. Government Middle School and primary School for boys at Pallah Gali, (is very bad conditions due to some influemtial local teachers like son of Malik ex-Chairman and Abdul Waheed CT Teacher ) Government Middle School for girls at para Phallah and a Govt Primary School at Atarian.

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Coordinates: 34°00′00″N 73°00′00″E / 34.0000°N 73.0000°E / 34.0000; 73.0000