10 most popular Agricultural Sites in Pakistan

Jhang

Jhang

Jhang is located at the confluence of the Chenab river and the Jhelum river at Trimmu Barrage, on the east bank of the Chenab river. It is accessible from Faisalabad at the distance of 76 km via Jhang Faisalabad Road, otherwise turn right from Lahore-Karachi National Highway - N5 from Chichawatni via Toba Tek Singh at the distance of 90 km.

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Baddomalhi

Baddomalhi is a small town situated at the right bank of the River Ravi at the distance of 72 km from Lahore on Narowal-Lahore Road. It is named after Muhammad Jahi Badhomalhi, who was granted a Jagir by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, and present Baddomalhi is the center of that Jagir.

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Chichawatni

Chichawatni is situated on the old G. T. Road in the Sahiwal District in Punjab, Pakistan, at the distance of 218 km from Lahore.

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Bhakkar

Bhakkar is a district in Punjab on the left bank of the Indus River at a distance of 406 km from Lahore via Bhakkar - Jhang Road. Most of its area is located in the Thal desert which is famous for its sand dunes and wonderful cultural traditions.

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Khanewal

Khanewal is an important city in the Central Punjab and is located at a distance of 300 Km from Lahore on Grand Trunk Road N5. It is also connected with Lahore - Abdul Hakeem Motorway with Lahore and Karachi. It is the most important Railway junction in Pakistan.

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Hafizabad

Hafizabad is located at the distance of 160 km from Lahore in Punjab Province on the bank of the Chenab River. It is accessed through G. T. Road and from Gujranwala, turns left on Gujranwala-Hafizabad Road at 40km. Hafizabad is famous for the best quality of rice and center of the export quality rice industry.

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Tando Allahyar

Tando Allahyar is located at a distance of 200 km from Karachi and accessible via Hyderabad on the National Highway N-120. Tando Allahyar is an agricultural town and famous for the best quality of mangoes as well as cash crops such as sugarcane, wheat, and cotton.

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Narowal

Narowal lies on the right bank of the Ravi River on the border between India and Pakistan, at a distance of 98 km from Lahore via Kala Khatai Road. Its name is derived due to a Sikh landlord, Naro Singh Bajwa, who was the owner of the land before 1947.

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