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Jhawarian
جھاوریاں
Jhawarian is located in Punjab, Pakistan
Jhawarian
Jhawarian
Jhawarian is located in Pakistan
Jhawarian
Jhawarian
Coordinates: 32°21′35″N 72°37′20″E / 32.35972°N 72.62222°E / 32.35972; 72.62222Coordinates: 32°21′35″N 72°37′20″E / 32.35972°N 72.62222°E / 32.35972; 72.62222
Country Pakistan
Province Punjab
DivisionSargodha
DistrictSargodha
Population
 • Total33,605

Jhawarian is a town located near the Jhelum River in Sargodha District of Punjab, Pakistan.

The village's history extends back to six hundred years, when the district was settled by Bhatti Rajput tribes people migrating from Pindi Bhatian. The agricultural possibilities of the place and the proximity of the river made it suitable for settlement. A police station in the village dates back to 1905, and was built by the British administration of the Punjab.

Jhawarian is located on the Sher Shah Suri highway, between Shah Pur and Behra, and three kilometres from Kalra village, which used to be the landed estate of late General Sir Malik Omar Hayat Tiwana and his son Malik Khizar Hayat Tiwana.[citation needed]

References

  1. ^ "Punjāb (Pakistan): Province, Major Cities, Municipalites & Towns – Population Statistics, Maps, Charts, Weather and Web Information".