Shah Nikdur

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Shah Nikdur
Shah Nikdur is located in Pakistan
Shah Nikdur
Shah Nikdur
Coordinates: 31°39′N 72°20′E / 31.650°N 72.333°E / 31.650; 72.333Coordinates: 31°39′N 72°20′E / 31.650°N 72.333°E / 31.650; 72.333
Time zoneUTC+5 (PST)

Shah Nikdur (Punjabi, Urdu:شاہ نکڈر) is a small town in district of Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan on the border between Sargodha and Jhang District. It is 26 km away from Sillanwali, and is a part of Sillanwali Tehsil.

Estimated population range of Shah Nikdur is from 50,000 to 60,000 peoples. Most of residents are migrated from India.


The original name of Shah Nikdur was "Rudkin Shah" or "Radkin Shah". The town has a Police Station, Post Office, Railway Station, Telephone Exchange, Civil Hospital, Basic Health Unit and United Bank. A branch canal (Rajbah Norang) of Lower Jehlum Canal irrigates the land of this town. The near by village 157 ch is a great village with a lagre population, there is a grand school of Dar e Arqam 157 ch branch. A grand school of the area providing quality education of the world and islam together, and the teaching of islamic values and norms.

The most-played game here in Shah Nikdur is cricket and volleyball, there is a great craze of volleyball among the youngsters, especially the people of 157 ch are really loved and fond of this game, there is a tremendous talent here in ch 157, and the town is producing the great playyers of volleyball .


Rice, Wheat and sugarcane are the town's major crops. A specific & large part of the population is involved in the agricultural sector. The town itself is surrounded by dozens of other small villages called chacks, which increase its attraction for traders and farmers.

Public transport[edit]

New Khan Transport Company has launched the best bus service to facilitate the peoples of this area. This bus runs through in between Shah Nikdur - Lahore via Sillanwali & Sargodha. Keeping in view the best services & punctuality of this transport company the peoples have named it as "High Court Time".