|A village in Tehsil Pind Dadan Khan, District Jhelum in Pakistan|
|Province||Tehsil Pind Dadan Khan, District Jhelum, Punjab|
|• Estimate ()||10,000 (approx)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+5)|
|Telephone Calling Code||544|
|A village in Tehsil Pind Dadan Khan, District Jhelum of Pakistan|
Wagh (Urdu: وگھ) is an ancient village located about 10 kilometers towards north of the camp of Alexander the Great on the bank of Jhelum River near Jalalpur Sharif, in Tehsil Pind Dadan Khan of District Jhelum in Pakistan. It is situated in a valley surrounded by foothills of Salt Range from northern, eastern and southern sides and a rain dependent river Nala Banha towards its west, nearly 45 kilometres towards East of Khewra Salt Mines and falls within the jurisdiction of the police station and Union Council at Jalalpur Sharif. Wagh is the largest village in Chamkon Valley (Urdu: وادی چمکون). CHAMKOWN stands for Chanadh, Muradanwali, Khairr, Wagh and Nagyal .
Means of communication
The village is connected with Jhelum - Pind Dadan Khan Road at Jalalpur Sharif through a 10 kilometres long Kacha Road passing through the heights of Salt Range and valleys with great scenic beauty around. The Kacha road passes by the villages of Nagyal, Muradan Wali and Chanadh, etc. The road supports the jeeps and light vehicles only. When the rainy season is off, the villagers also travel by jeeps and local buses passing through dry Nala Banha toward Pind Sawika wherefrom they touch the Pind Sawika - Darapur road which links with Jhelum - Pind Dadan Khan road at the village Darapur.
Majority of village dwellers in Wagh earn their livelihood through rain dependent arid agriculture and cattle grazing, etc. Almost 99 percent people prefer to get their children inducted in Armed forces of Pakistan after completion of their education.
The village has produced brave soldiers who have participated in the First World War, Second World War, Indo-Pak War of 1965, Indo-Pak War of 1971 and Kargil War. One of the brave sons of the soil, Brig (Retd) Muhammad Aslam Janjua (Late), then Major, was conferred Sitara-e-Jurat, the third highest gallantary award of Pakistan Military, in Indo-Pak War of 1965 
A Basic Health Unit was established in the village in 1988. The village was provided with electricity and land line telephone facility in 1992 whereafter water supply system was also provided.
Following educational institutions are available in the village.
- Government High School Wagh (for boys).
- Government Girls Middle School Wagh.
- Al Hadi Foundation Wagh.