Thamewali

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Thamewali
Town and union council
Country Pakistan
Region Punjab
District Mianwali District
Time zone PST (UTC+5)

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Thamewali is a town and union council of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.[3] It is part of Mianwali Tehsil and is located at 32°47'6N 71°46'49E and has an altitude of 448 m (1473 ft).[4]

Thamewali is the union council in Mianwali city, Pakistan. The town's history dates back to the resides of the caravans of the great Muslim worrier Salahuudin Ayubi in his war times.

Thamewali has a beautiful scenery with mountains on the west, back side of the village. A great historical building (castle) at the peak of the mountain, on which the village resides, was built by Hindus before the foundation of Pakistan about one hundred years. The town was built before Pakistan's independence, roofed and enjoined by four roads coming out of the village. Graveyards on the four sides of the village, now diminishing, show the endurance of many wars in old times by the village. There is a beautiful mountain.

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Coordinates: 32°47′6″N 71°46′49″E / 32.78500°N 71.78028°E / 32.78500; 71.78028