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Month: October 2013

Haria ہريا

Haria                               ہريا  

Haria is a village in Tehsil Malakwal. It is 28 KM from Mandi-bahuddin towards West and 8 KM from Malakwal towards East. It is a big Town in its nears. The Population is nearly 10,000.

The Literacy rate of the village is average. It has a Govt. high School for Boys Haria Since 1987 , Middle School for Girls, Community Primary School for Girls. There are also working some private Schools for the betterment of the Society in my Village. Tahir Girls Model School Haria, Abduwahab Model School Haria. Haria is Cultivated Area.The most Poplution of village is Agriculturist. Some are working in the Government Services, and a number of People are working abroad.

Highly Qualified Personalities of the Village

1. Muhammad Anwar Gondal (Grade-3 Officer Habib Bank)

2. Muhammad Akram Gondal (Inspector Punjab Police)

3. Rana Ghulam Mustafa (A.D PARC Islamabad)

4. Habib-ullah ( Headmaster High School Sahana)

5. Rana Mehmood Ahmad ( PS To Chairman FPSC Islamabad)

6. Rana Naveed Mustafa ( S.O WRRI Islamabad)

7. Muhammad Ashraf Zia (Adovacate Session High Court)

8. Rana Muhammd Wakeel ( Adovocate)

9. Muhammad Safdar Gondal ( Adovocate)

10. Rana Muhammad Sagہir ( Inspector) Income Tax)

11. Dr. Qazi M. Mazhar

Main Crops

1. Wheat

2. Cotton

3. Rice

4. Sugar Cane

5. Tobbacco

6. Mussor

7. Maiz

Nearest Villages  

  • Kirtowall in North East
  • Katowall in Soth West
  • Moradwall in North

Main Castes

  • Gondal
  • Rajput (Rana)
  • Sahi
  • Sayal
  • Gaadi
  • Mughal
  • Muslim Sheikh

Social Personalities of the Village 

1. Ch. Muhammad Ramazan (Late) Ex. Counceler

2. Sher Muhammad Gondal (Late) Ex. Counceler

3. Rana Daoud Khan (Ex. Councler)

4. Rana Tariq Jameel (Ex. Kisan Councler)

5. Muhammad Aslam (Labour Counceler)

6. Ch. Nasar Iqbal Gondal ( Ex. Nazim )

7. Iftikhar Dahariwal ( Ex. Counceler)


1. Cricket

2. Foot Ball

3. VollayBall

4. Kabadi

5. Guldanda

Chot Dheeran چوٹ دھیراں

Introduction of my Village                  by Tariq Javed Gondal

The name of my village is Chot Dheeran. It is situated about 12 KM in South west side of Malikwal . The nearby villages are Chak No 9. , Chak No. 22 ,Wasuwal, Chak No 23 , Bhaw, Bhalo datta, Khana, Kertar pur , etc .
In south side of Chot dheeran is a long forest , which is called Barmusa forest. It is between Loon manni to Rukken road .My village center point of the both .
Almost from every family in my village the people live in European countries,because of that too my village is famous. The second name of My village is Francecci .The most families of my village are rich and very respectable.

    • In my village there is one Govt High School for Boys and
    • one Middle school for Girls.

There are three PVT Schools in my village,the names of these are given below .

    • Allama Iqbal school: In this school there are classes till intermediate .
    • Quaid Azam School . In In this school there are classes till Matric.
    • Alfurqan Caddit Model School .In In this school there are classes till Matric.

One Darras (Madresa) is opened in my village . In In this Darras there are classes till Degree Level. There is one Govt.Hospital in my village and one Telephone Exchange.
There are Five Mosques in my village.
Majority of people lived on DERAs.Facility of Post office is also available in village .

Social Personalities of the Village

    • One of the great person of my village is Ch.Muhammad Ashraf Gondal, who is President of Labour party in France.
    • Another  great person from village is Ch Skindar Hayyat gondal , who is president of Muslim league in France.
    • Qamar Bashir Bosal
    • Imran Gondal Nazim
    • One of respectable person of my village is Ch Pervaiz Ahamad Gondal.

Cheemo | Chimmon چھموں

Cheemo || Chimmon || Chemon چھموں

GOVT Services:

  • Caption Moazam Nazir Gondal (Pak Army)
  • Ijaz Ahmed Gondal (Atomic Plant Kahota)
  • Lt. Hamza (Pak Army)
  • Muhammad Yar Gondal (Engineer)

Social Personalities:

  • Ch. Nasir Mahood Gondal (Ex Niab Nazim)
  • Ch. Muhammad Yar Gondal (Ex Councler)
  • Moazam Nazir Gondal

Sports Personalities:

Muhammad Arif Gondal (Pakistan Colour Holder Basket ball, Pak Army)

کسی بھی قسم کی درستگی کیلئے ہم سے رابطہ کریں۔ شکریہ

Chak No. 16 (kararriwala)چک نمبر 16      Info. by Raja Afzal                 


Chak No.16 is situated in tehsil Malakwal near Gojra.Its distance from District capital Mandi bahauddin is 35 Km and from city Malakwal is 25 Km and from Gojra its 6 Km through Chak No. 33 (Khassa)


The first name of my was Chak No. 16 Bagh-bahar. Then gujjar familly came from Kararriwala (Kharian) and established here,so then slowly slowly it was known as Chak No. 16 Kararriwala


Population of our village is round about 12000 persons.

Founder of the village

Founder of the village is known as Raja Nazar Ali numberdaar. He was son of Raja Hakim Ali Zaildar who came here before 1947 from Gourra Hashim.


It has three mohallas,

  • Gujjar mohalla
  • Raja mohallah
  • Kamiyan da mohallah

Nature of the people

People of our village are very respective, moderate ,well educated and good host. Way of living is agricultural. Some people are working in govt sector and many are abroad (Spain, Italy, France, UK, Middle East)

Neighbouring villages

  • Chak No. 17 –>  North
  • Chak No. 33 khassa–> South
  • Chak No. 32 —> East
  • Ghourri —> West

Social personalities

1…Syed Sajjad Hussain shah.(ex)
2..Mian Muhammad Aslam Gondal
3..Haji Raja Rafaqat Ali
4..Mushtaq Ahmed Singhalia
5..Ghulam Ahmad Gujjar

Highly Qualified persons

1.Ch.Naseem Sabir Gujjar..MA.LLB
2.Captain Dr.Asif Ali..M.S.civil hospital jehlum
3.Raja Safdar Iqbal.BA
4.Asif Ali Gujjar Advocate
5.Ijaz Ahmad Gujjar .Ex MNA
6.Imtiaz Ahmed Gujjar Tehsil nazim Mandi bahauudin
7.Ghulam Hussain Jarra. Oversear
8.Muhammad Asghar Jarra.Wapda


B.H.U.Chak No. 16 and there are also 2 medical stores in the village

Education sector

There are 2 govt schools in the villge
1..Govt girls elementry school
2..Govt boys elementry school
There are 2 private school too.
1..Little bird middle model school.
2..M.C high school
and there are also 2 Maddrasssas,
1. Madrassa Noor ul binaat
2. Madrrasa Zaheer ul islam

Main casts

Jaat, Gondal…25%

Main crops

Wheat, Rice, Suger cane, Jawar, Bajra,etc

Comunication and Entertainment system

Every facillity of modern era is available like Telephone, Internet, Transport , Mobiles, TV etc.


There are 4 mazars around the village.

  • Baba Abdul Bari,
  • Saeen Fateh Muhammad sarkar
  • Baba Bullay shah
  • Syed wallait shah

Welfare Organizations

  • Fauji foundation.

Sports of the village

Vollyball, Kabbaddi, Cricket, Bantay, Akhroat, Gulli danda


Chak No. 45

Chak No. 45


Village historical and latest information

·         Location of the village

·         Chak 45, Tehsil Malakwal, Distt. Mandi Bahauddin.


History of the village:


The Government of British India launched a program in early years of 19th century to bring the forest like land which is currently in Distt. Malakwal into agricultural use. For this reason the launched a scheme called ‘Gori Pal scheme’ to give a package of 56 acres of land to each farmers selected from different regions of Punjab. Around 1914, many tribes from different villages who were already farmers there but did not had much land, got benefited from this scheme and got land in form of ‘Ghoris’ (named on female horse). The farmers came to this village in decade of 1914th and removed the forest and started cultivating the land. The land proved to be very fertile which was very much appreciated by the new farmers. The main tribes came from different villages like ‘Bharoki Cheema’ near Wazirabad, Saroki Cheema, Jaamke Cheema, Sahlike, etc. Because the casts of those farmers originally was Cheema, that’s why Cheema is the dominant cast of the village.


The village structure was designed by Government and has all proper wide streets, land for mosque in center, school, land for ‘Numberdar’ etc, civil servants of village and their lands as salary e.g. Imam masjid, sweepers, etc.


Population (inhabitants) of the village

No figures available.


·         Founder of the village

·         No single founder. Land was allotted farmers who cultivated and formed the village.

·         Cast of the Founders

·         Cheema

·         Parts (Mohullas) and braudaries in the village


This is a mid sized village with no prominent names of streets. On the south eastern corner there exists a street with Christian population along with their church.

·         Nature of People of the village

·         Mostly habitants of Chak 45 are farmers, on average the youth has atleast attend a high school.

·         Source of income of the village

·         The main source of income of villagers in Chak 45 is through agriculture. The fertile land of Chak 45 produces excellent quality of citrus of different kinds which helps in earning the farmer a good amount annually.

·         People in Civil Service or abroad


Neighbouring villages, towns and geographical landmarks:

·         Which villages are in south, west, east and north of your village?

It is approximately 38 KM South West of the city of mbdin.On the North it is bordered to Tibba Manak Busal (the residence of politicians Nawaz and Iqbal Busal) and on southern side it is bordered with Chak. Bar Musa is bordered on the North western corner of the village territory.


Social Personalities of the Village:

·         No personalities


Highly Qualified Personalities of the Village:

·         Dr. Mohammad Azam Cheema (running Cheema Hospital in Gujranwala)

·         Atta Mohammad Cheema (Retired Director Education)

·         Nazar Mohammad Cheema (Retired High School Head Master)

·         Write about the culture of your village (Typical village culture or it has been now changed like city)?

·         As like many other villages, there is fast trend of moving towards cities for better facilities.


Schools, Collages, Mosques and Madrasas in the village:

·         Govt Middle School for Boys

·         Govt Primary School for Girls


Hospitals , medical stores and shops in the village

·         No data available.


Main castes



Main crops and fruits in the village

·         Citrus (oranges of different kinds)

·         Wheat

·         Rice

·         Suger Can

·         Potato


Main Problems of this Village

·         Problems faced by people of the village

·         No medical facility available from Government

·         School are poor staffed.


·         Due high illiteracy in the village, the local rivalries and conflicts are very common (typical on land ownship or water irrigation etc) among different families which often cause violence and bloodshed. This has also been a main reason for people to move city to look for better future of their children.


Village Plan:


Village Muradwal is located in District Mandi Bahauddin. It can be reached via Kuthiala Shaikhan, Bhikhi Sharif, Gojra as shown in map below.


Situation in 1947

Population of Muradwal was mostly muslim in 1947 (at the partition time of sub-continent) there were only some houses of HINDUES. These Hindues were wise persons and were literate therefore they realize the situation before 14th August 1947 , solled their houses and migrated to India where most of their relatives used to live. That’s why there was no bloodshed in the village at the time of partition.


 Important Bradaries

Famous Clans of the village are:
1.       Numberdar
2.       Jalwanay
3.      Sardaray ke
4.      Lahnay ke
5.      Mahnd ke
6.      Whadaye ke
7.      Jowenday


Famous Personalities

Important personalities of the village are as follows:

1.      Atta Mohammad Cheema

2.       Dr. Azam Cheema

3.       Ehsan Ullah Cheema

4      Muhammad Arif Cheema  (sss Retired)

5      Shabbir Ahmed Cheema (Retired Sr. Head Master.


Way of living             

Peoples of the village live a simple life. They have very friendly behavior. Peoples are very much hostile, peaceful and sincere


Media Facilities

In the village Television, Radio, Tape Recorder, PTCL Phones and Mobile Phones with services of all the Telecom companies are present in almost every house. 


Flora and Fauna

As the area is very productive both animals and plants love to stay here.

Domestic animals of the village are

1.      Buffalos (bhainsein)
2.      Cows and Bulls (gaey aur bael)
3.      Sheeps (bhairain)
4.      Goats (bakrian)
5.      Horses (ghoray)
6.      Donkeys (gadhay)
7.      Dogs (kutay)
8.      Cats (Bilian)
9.      Hens (murgean)
10. Rabbits (khargosh)
11. Pigeons (kabutar)
13.  Ducks (batkhain)

Wild animals found in the villagers land are:

1.      Jackals (geedarr)
2.      Snakes (saanp)
3.      Pigs (sours)
4.      Wild Cats (jangly billay)
7.      Parrots (totay)
8.      Sparrows and Finches (chirian)


Chak No. 42 چک نمبر ۴۲

Chak No. 42 (Bhaggal)       Info. provided by Asghar Ali


Village Bhaggal is in Tehsil Malakwal .It is 22 Km in the east of mbdin.and 13 km away from  Malakwal in the east.khai is 1 km in the west of bhaggal and Gojra is 4 km from here.


In 1905 people migrated to this chakk from gujrat due to flood reasons .Those peple were from village Bhaggal (gujrat).


Area of the bhaggal is 12.5 murabbas


Pouplation of the village is round about 1200 heads

Source of incom

Source of income of people of the village is agricultural areas and Govt services,abroad livings

Neighbopuring Villages

Nathoo kot——————>west
Tibba bhaggal————-> north
Bukkan ——————–>south


History of the village is related way beyond to the Hazrat NOOH alaihissalam era
Qalmi shora is created from here.Grave yard of village Bhaggal is also here.population of tibbas is rund about 400 persons,Natt familly is in a big number here.

Social workers of the village

·                     Ali asghar
·                     Muhammad arshad
·                     Muhammad Akram cheema
·                     Muhammad shareef araain
·                     Ghulam Hussain
·                     Haji Akram

Highly Qualified persons

·                     Ali Asghar lahori
·                     Muhammad aslam
·                     Mureed Hussain
·                     Khadim Hussain advocate
·                     Saeed Ahmed Wapda
·                     Ghulam Abbas petroling police
·                     Muhammad Shafeee rangers
·                     Zafar Iqbal

Education sector

·                     Govt primary school for boys
·                     Govt girls primary school
·                     Al-Hasan public model school(private)
·                     Iqra  Model school

Medical sector

·                     shahzeb medical clinic
·                     Dr.Jahangeer


jamia masjid markazi


·            Bhatti         70 %·              Arain         10 %·               Dharrar       10 %                     Mughal       10 %


·                     Mian Muhammad Qazi
·                     Baba Umar shah Tibba


Three canals in the west of village
·                     Bhachar canal
·                     kakowal canal
·                     head khokhar branch


wheat,rice,sugar cane



Union council office

Office of the unionj council Ghaurr is here in village bhaggal.
Ptcl exchange is here too

Comunication sector


Nature of People

Hospitable,political workers,loving ,caring .
village bhaggal is also very famous for tonguas .which are run by dharrar familly.

Industrial area

In the village there are two araas of wood .which are very famous for creating very beautiful furnitures.

Chak No 44

Chak No 44

info provided by Rana Asif Iqbal



our village is 14km for away from gojra and 45 km from mandi baha ud din.there is a govt high school for boys and govt middle school for girls.our village also has a post office.kinnow of our village are very tasty and famous streets  of our village are straight and vast.

گاؤں کی مشہور اور ی تعليم يافتہ شخصيات

rana javed iqbal (m.a political science)
rana asif iqbal (m.a mass communication) working in wateen telecom
saleem bhatti(b.a llb)senior politician

گاوں کی اہم ذاتیں





اہم فصلیں


sugar cane,




vegetables of all types

گاؤں کے قريبی ديھات

chak 45,43

گاوں کے مسائل اور ضروریات

there is no facility of hospital.
the main problem is trhat there is no girls high school in our village.
there is a lack of education in our village children so that they involves in bad activites like drug addiction, wandering,etc.

Chak No 33 Khasa


Chak No 33 Khasa(info provide by Irfan Hussain)


In 1905 people migrated to this chak from Gujrat due to flood reasons .Those people were from village Khasa(gujrat).


Area of the Khasa is 10.5 murabbas


Population of the village is round about 1500 heads

Source of income

Source of income of people of the village is agricultural areas and Govt services, abroad livings

Neighbopuring Villages

  1. Rukan——————>west
  2. Gojra—————————>east
  3. Chak No16————-> north
  4. Bukkan ——————–>south

Social workers of the village

  • Syed Imdad Hussain Shah
  • Jahan Khan ( Chubary Wala )
  • Khurram Ali Khawar Warraich
  • Nazir Numberdar
  • Liaqat Numberdar
  • Sir Abbas
  • Muhammad Boota
  • Khadam Hussain Ka
  • Sufi Manzoor
  • Taswar Jameel NumberDar
  • Ahmed Tarar
  • Irfan Hussain (Muhgal)Sohail Manzoor
  • Muhammad Nabeel Gondal
  • Idress Muhgal
  • Haji Nazir Hussain Tahir (Mughal)

Highly Qualified persons

·                     A.Prof Irfan Hussian (Chairman of Peace College of Technology, Rawalpindi )
·                     Rizwan Sohail (Civil Engineer)
·                     Master Manzoor Hussian ( Principal of Girl College)
·                     Ishfaq Hussian Tarar( advocate)
·                     Muhammad Boota
·                     Abbas Hussain
·                     Ikram Sohail (scholar)

·                    Sohaib Inayat Warraich (Acca From UK)

·                    Dr. Imran Razaq Warraich ( MBBS New York)

·                    Dr. Saghir Hussain ( MBBS Russia)

  • Jahan Khan (irrigation Department)
  • Khurram Ali Khawar Warraich ( RESCUE 1122)
  • Muhammad Boota ( Secretary )
  • Umer Draz (Federal Board of Revenue)


Education sector

·                     Govt primary school for boys
·                     Govt girls primary school

Medical sector

·                     Dr Shah sahib

·                    General Medial Centre


Jamia Masjid Markazi


Gondal               20 %

Arain                   10 %

Tarar                   15 %

Mughal               20 %

Warraich        45%


·                     Mian Muhammad Qazi
·                     Baba Umar shah Tibba


Three canals in the west of village
·                     Bhachar canal
·                     kakowal canal
·                     head khokhar branch


  1. Wheat
  2. Rice
  3. sugar cane





Union council office

Office of the unionj council Gojra is here in village Khasa
Ptcl exchange is here too

Communication sector

Ptcl,Internet, Mobiles,etc

Nature of People

Hospitable,political workers,loving ,caring .
village Khasa is also very famous for tonguas .which are run by Gondal familly.

Industrial area

In the village there are two areas of wood .which are very famous for creating very beautiful furniture.

info provide by:

                              Khurram Ali Khawar

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Bosal | Busal بوسال

Village Bosal بوسال

Welcome to Busal, the Gemstone of Distt. M.B. Din

Police Chowki Busal- established in 1935

Busal [also written as Bosaal :ﻝﺎﺴﻭﺑ]is one of the most prominent and populous villages in Mandi Baha-ud-din district. Exquisite mosques constructed with religious fervor, modern style and traditionally built homes, tumultuous and not well maintained road network, an excellent but not well kept network of canals & irrigation channels and lush green farming lands are most prominent features of this enormous village.


Upper story of a traditional style house

Busal is located 4.5 km off Gujrat-Sargodha road, south of Gojra, and is nearly 29 km from Mandi Baha-ud-din city. Malikwal, the Tehsil headquarter is 25 km north of Bosal. Geographically its location is 32°22’10”N and 73°18’6”E. Basically Bosal consists of seven randomly located settlements namely Sukkha [ﺎﻬﻛﺳ], Masoor [ﺭﻮﺻﻣ], Nuryana [ﻪﻧﺎﻳﺮﻧ], Jand [ﮉﻧﺠ], Nakkaywala [ﻻﺍﻭ ﮯﮑﻨ], Chhanni Hashim [ﻡﺷﺎﻫﻰﻧﻬﭼ] and Ghumnana [ﻪﻧﺎﻧﻣﮭﮔ]. Sukkha & Masoor, centrally located most populous twin settlements, are fulcrum of all cultural, financial, educational and political activities for not only the people of Busal but also for a number of small neighboring villages. Bosal is surrounded by Gojra in the north, Bhojowal and Nain Ranjha in the east, Rerka Bala and Chak-44 in the south and Bar Musa in the west.


It is not exactly known as when the first settlements of Busal came into existence but the elders of the village tell that name of the founder was BUSAL who lived here during the reign of Mughal Emperor Jalal-ud-Din Muhammad Akbarand had relations with the Emperor. The Emperor had bestowed him a large estate called Sooba Busal. Mr. Busal had three sons named Sukkha, Masoor & Noor and three main settlements are named behind them.

Irrigation department rest house also known as bunglow was built outside busal in 1915 and a police chowki was established in Busal in 1935. Canal and irrigation channels system was built between 1910 and 1944.

Patwar Khana is one of the oldest buildings and among very few pre-partition buildings left.


Busal has a huge population growing at immensely high rate. Due to construction of roads, availability of telephone service and establishment of new schools, the people from small neighboring villages have also migrated to Busal. The number of registered voters in Busal is just below 16,000. This indicates that total population is well above 35,000.

Also Read this
District Mandi Bahauddin Population | Tehsil Phalia Population | Tehsil Malakwal Population

Races & Ethnicities:

More than 99 % of the people of Busal belong to Aryan race with a small minority of Dravidians. The Aryan people are dominant in almost all spheres of life while Dravidians who were in lower castes during the epoch of Hindu dominance are still living mostly below poverty line and are devoid of education and other amenities of life.

It is not exactly known as to when Islam came to this region but majority of the people practiced Islam since long before the partition of British India in 1947.

Significant population of Hindus [Called Khatris] also lived in Busal before the partition that migrated to India in 1947. They were mostly traders and dominated entire business and economy of the area. After partition, they were replaced by Muslims mostly belonging to Rajpoot dynasty, also Aryans, who migrated from Karnal district of East Punjab [now a district in Haryana, India]. Local people called them Mahajir, a word closely meaning the emigrants. These people have adopted a variety of professions from farming to business and have now become an integral part of the local population.

The people of Aryan race are also further divided into landowner and worker class. Although very few families among the landowner class of Busal own large lands, nonetheless this class is considered to be the most respected because the economy largely depends on agriculture. The worker class forms the people belonging to other professions.

A small minority of Pathans, mostly emigrants from Afghanistan after Soviet invasion has also settled in and around Busal.

A small community of traditionally nomadic people also settled in suburban areas of Busal are called Deendars [The Faithful] because they have also converted to Islam.

The class system and hegemony of landowners is slowly getting weaker with increase in literacy rate better awareness about human rights.


Nature of the People of Busal:

Busal has been notorious in the past as the village of thieves and land of great rivalries mainly due to lack of education. Strong grip of feudal lords, who were against education and awareness, was the chief factor behind ignorance.  Establishment of Government Middle School Busal was the first step towards change to a civilized and educated society and over a period of few decades, the change was visible. Now nurturing rivalries and committing crimes is no more a matter of pride.

Now people are more civilized, educated, hospitable and aware of their own and other peoples’ rights.

Miseries of Dravidians:

The low caste people in Hinduism [Dravidians], after conversion to Islam are called Musalli [ﻰﻠﺼﻣ];Muslim Sheikh is a euphemism for Musalli. People belonging tothis community mostly work like slaves under landowners (doing all sorts of miserable jobs) or at brick kilns, making their living by casting raw bricks from mud. Majority of them are buried under the heavy burden of immense debts due to land & kiln-owners and there seems no end to this vicious & destitute lifestyle worsened by debts for many generations still to come. However few members of this community being literate are being well aware of their human rights are leading a better life.


Almost the entire population of Busal is Muslim out of which 10 ~12 % people are Shia Muslims while others are Sunnis. Religious devotion and practice varies from family to family, however religion plays very important role the lives of people.


Punjabi [with a little rough accent] is the language predominantly spoken by the people of Busal. Rajpoot community speaks their native language Rahngri [ﻯﮍﮔﻧﻫﺍﺮ], a language closely resembling of Hindi / Urdu with little distortion in accent. Urdu is also spoken and understood by a large majority.


Economy largely depends on agriculture and more than fifty percent of the people of Busal are related to agriculture. Busal has one of the most fertile lands in Pakistan and farmers are well-off due to excellent production of cash crops like sugarcane, orange, paddy, cotton and wheat.

Many people have joined government and private services and a large number of young people are living and working abroad in Gulf States, USA, Australia and Europe.


Although the literacy rate of Busal is very low by international standards, it is one of the highest in Mandi Baha-ud-din district. The literacy rate also varies from family to family. Some people of Busal hold doctorate degrees and hold global fame while a large majority has never even visited a school.  The literacy rate among females is even low.

Government Higher Secondary School Busal (The Symbol of Pride for Busal)

Government Higher Secondary School Busal has made great contributions in spreading the light of knowledge among Busalians. It is one the best and most respected institutes of preliminary education in the entire tehsil Malikwal. Over the years, it has produced many brilliant students who after receiving higher education are working at respectable positions not only in Pakistan but in many foreign countries as well.

The School was established in 1905 offering education up to primary level only. In 1951, with the efforts of social workers like Hakeem Ghulam Ali (late), the school was promoted to middle level. Ch. Batti Khan Busal (May Allah bless his Soul), a venerated landowner, donated approximately 33 kanals of land for the project. In 1984, this school was upgraded to high school and two years later (in 1986) to intermediate level. The school has produced good results in the past and a number of boys won scholarships every year. In addition to this, sports and co-curricular activities were also promoted at school and school always produced good sportsmen and athletes. This was due to the sincere efforts, dedication and hard work of teachers /administrators like

  • Mr. Nazar Cheema
  • Mr. Atta Cheema
  • Mr. M. Ashraf
  • Mr. M. Aslam
  • Mr. M. Anwar
  • Mr. M. Riaz Gondal
  • Saee M. Kaddhar
  • Mr. Safdar Ranjha
  • Mr. Rao Kifayat
  • Mr. M. Hafeez
  • Mr. Irshad Ahmed Luk
  • Mr. Khushi Muhammad
  • Mr. Nadir Ali
  • Mr. Ashiq Shah.

Presently around 700 students are enrolled in the school but shortage of teaching staff and lack of co-curricular activities have diluted the education standard of school.

Due to commercialization of education and lack of attention of the people of village and shortage of teaching staff, the standard and performance of the school have suffered badly in past few years and immediate remedial action is required to regain the standard of this institute which can undisputedly be termed as Symbol of Pride for Busal.

MainBuildingof Govt. Higher Secondary Schools’ Campus

Schools and Colleges in the village

  • Govt Higher Secondary School Busal
  • Govt.Primary School for boys Busal Masoor.
  • Govt. Girls primary School Nuryana.
  • Govt.Boys Primary School Haveli Ch. Batti Khan.
  • Govt.Primary School for boys Hamjhana Khuh.
  • Govt.Girls Middle School Busal Masoor
  • Govt.Girls Primary School Busal Masoor      ·
  • Govt.Girls Primary School Busal Sukha
  • Govt. Primary School for boys Jand
  • Govt. Primary School for boys Nakkaywala
  • Govt. Primary School for boys Admani Wala
  • Govt. Masjid School for boys Busal Sukha
  • Shehzad Model Higher Secondary School for boys & girls
  • Ghazali Model School Busal Sukha
  • Govt. Primary School for boys Bangla Busal

A number of Madressas are also working in the village to impart religious education free of cost to the children of all classes of society.

Medical Facilities

Presently there are almost no proper medical facilities in Busal. Although few students of Busal have become qualified doctors but they are presently not doing practice in Busal due to which people have to go to Gojra or Mandi Baha-ud-din for medical treatment.

A view of under-construction basic health centre

A basic health centre manned with a medical technician and compounder had been set-up by Punjab Govt in Busal beside higher secondary school. However it stopped functioning since early 1990s due to unknown reasons. Due to efforts of the social workers of the village, govt has initiated the project of its reconstruction and it is hoped that a doctor will be appointed here in near future.

Highly Qualified Personalities of the Village 

  • Ex-MNAs Ch. M. Nawaz Busal, Ch. M. Iqbal Busal and MNA candidate Nasir Iqbal Busal belong to Busal.
  • Mr. Muhammad Ashraf ; SST (R), Govt Higher Secondary School Busal
  • Dr. Bashir Ahmed Gondal; Surgical Specialist, UK(Presently working in Australia)
  • Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Gondal; PhD Electronics, Australia(Presently working in Australia)
  • Ch. Irshad Busal (Late);  Extra Assistant Commissioner
  • Muhammad Riaz Gondal (Late); M.Sc. Chemistry, EDO M. B. Din
  • Mr. Tanzeel-ur-Rehman; M. Sc. Maths, Assistant Prof. Degree College M. B.din
  • Muhammad Nawaz Gondal; Civil Engineer/DDO Revenue Sargodha
  • Abdul Sattar Bosal, LLB; Civil Judge
  • Dr. Shehzad Ashraf; Surgical Specialist King Edward Medical College
  • Dr. Hammad Ashraf; MBBS King Edward Medical College
  • Hasnat Ashraf; Master of Banking & Finance Pb (Currently Studying in UK)
  • Altaf Sikander Busal; Poet, USA
  • Irshad Ahmed Luk; SST Govt higher Secondary School Busal
  • Amjad Iqbal; Second Lieutenant Pak Army
  • Amjad Iqbal Saryana; MBA
  • Muhammad Younas Gondal (AETO excise and taxation Lahore)
  • Muhammad Yousaf Gondal; FIA
  • Muhammad Aslam; MCS Hamdard University
  • Muhammad Saleem Akhtar Rao; Flight Lieutenant Pakistan Air Force
  • Muhammad Akbar Rao; B. Sc. Chemical Engineering
  • Manzoor Ahmed Gondal; MA History
  • M. Imran; M. Sc. Internal Relations
  • Azhar Iqbal Gondal; Inspector Pakistan Motorway Police
  • Mr. Habibullah Bhutta; PhD Urdu GCU Lahore
  • Saifullah Khalid; M. Phil Islamiat, Lecturer University of Gujrat
  • Qamar Naqvi; MAPersian, MA Urdu,  LLB
  • Nasir Niaz Rana; MA Persian, MA Urdu. LLB
  • Musarrat Abbas Gondal; MCS, ASI Punjab Police
  • Qaiser Farooq Gondal; MA Islamiat, Assistant Superintendent Jail
  • Khizar Hayat Gondal; M.Sc Maths, Assistant Prof. Degree College M. B. Din
  • Mazhar Qayyum Gondal; M. Phil Persian, LLB
  • Javed Gondal; MA, LLB
  • Ijaz Gondal; LLB, Civil Judge
  • Rafaqat Gondal; LLB, Civil Judge
  • Pervaiz Gondal; DAE Civil, Overseer
  • Javed Iqbal Gondal; LLB, Civil Judge
  • M. Mehdi Khawar Busalvi; MA Urdu, Lecturer University of Gujrat
  • Yar Muhammad Gondal; Manager HBL Gojra
  • Azhar Iqbal Ranjha; LLB
  • Dr. Azhar Waheed; MD Ukraine
  • Amjad Farooq Siddiqui, LLB
  • Khizar Hayat Ranjha; MA English
  • Ch. M. Iqbal; Sub Engineer Distt. Council M. B. Din

Social Personalities of the Village   

  • Muhammad Riaz Gondal (late)
  • Hakeem Fazal Ilahi
  • Hakeem Inayatullah
  • Raza Abbas Bukhari
  • Nazar Hussain Shah (late)
  • M. Hussain Nadeem Bosalvi
  • Irshad Ahmed Luk
  • Haji Muhammad Ilyas Gujjar
  • Ch. Sarfraz Gondal
  • Ch. Anar Khan Gondal
  • Ch. Iqbal S/O Sarang Khan
  • Ch. Azmat Iqbal
  • Rana Ayyaz Ahmed Badar
  • Rana Shaukat Ali
  • Malik Muhammad Saleem Gujjar
  • Hakeem Ghulam Murtaza

Shrines in Busal

  • Syed Masoom Ali Shah
  • Mian Muhammad Panah was a sufi saint during British Raj. There are hundreds of his devotees not only in Busal but also in many nearby villages.

    A story is associated to him that during British Raj, a man was being crucified (for some crime) outside the village when Mian sb came grazing his camels. He requested the executioners to forgive the accused but they misbehaved with the Mian sb. At this Mian sb became furious and prayed to Allah Almighty that no resident of this village to be executed for death sentence. Neither that man nor any body else from Busal has been executed ever since; although some murderers have died in the jail before execution.

    Mian Muhammad Panah

The famous shrine of Mian Muhammad Panah sb

Main Crops                        

  • Wheat
  • Cotton
  • Rice
  • Maize
  • Sugarcane
  • Sarsaun
  • Bajra
  • Tobbacco
  • Orange
  • Potatoes & all other Vegetables

Nearest Villages

Main Cates

  • Jutt (Gondal, Tarar, Waraich, Chaddhar, Ranjha, Luk)
  • Rajput
  • Gujjar
  • Pathan
  • Mughal
  • Syeds (Gilani, Bukhari, Kazmi)
  • Janjuha, Bhatti, Malik, Butt, Raja, Mir, Baloch
  • Muslim Sheikh

Recreational Places Near Busal

Despite of the fact that Busal is a large village, there is no recreational spot or playground for children in or around it. Children usually use School ground and graveyard for playing cricket.

A small canal passes from east of the village and a bit larger from west side. There used to be a time when people especially young boys used to do swimming in these canals but now thanks to the population of villages located upstream of Busal, these canals are highly polluted and sport of swimming has also disappeared.

A rest house of irrigation department is also located approximately 2 km from Busal Masoor and Sukha. Once it used to be well maintained and a number of varieties of flowers and trees rendered it a splendid look and it also served as a large bird sanctuary. However presently it is nothing more than a depiction of great neglect.

Built by irrigation department in 1915 during British Raj, Busal Irrigation rest house or Bangla Busal was a splendid looking building with a glory no less than an imperial palace. A large variety of flora and numerous species of tweeting birds made it a piece of heaven on earth. But due to lack of interest of the irrigation department and damage caused by the stealth of precious building material by employees and people of the village, this fantastic example of classical architecture has turned into ruins and requires immediate attention of irrigation authorities for preservation of this piece of heritage.

There is a mangrove forest, 10 km North West of Busal, called Daffar forest. Army remount depot Mona located near Head Faqirian is also approximately 20 km from Busal. Its area is 25 square km. Kallar Kahar hill station is little above two hours drive from Busal but people seldom visit this place.


Muhammad Akbar Rao holds a Chemical Engineering degree from University of the Punjab Lahore and is presently working with Fauji Fertilizer Company, as Process Engineer in Technology Division. After completing the preliminary education in his native village, Busal Masoor, Akbar joined PAF College Sargodha in 9th grade and studied up to FSc there.

Akbar likes travelling, reading & making friends. He has aspirations to set up international standard schools [for both boys & girls] in his village for quality education to all at primary and intermediate level. His long term goal is to eradicate illiteracy from Busal.

Bukkan بکن

Bukkan بکن

Bukkan village is in tehsil Malakwal, distt Mandi bahauddin. It is situated at M.B.Din–Sargodha road. It is 25km from mbdin in south-west and round about 23 km  from malakwal in south east. Its a big town. The union council of bukkan is goharr. First distt. Nazim Nazar Muhammad Gondal and Maj. Rtd. Zulfiqar Ali Gondal sitting MNA they are also originally belong to Village Bukkan. 35% young generation now is now abroad, especially in europe. Most people are economically well settled. Land is very fertile because of 3- canals that pass near Bukkan. When the people who live in Chacks like 32, 33 and in Karariwala around Bukken  migrated, they covered a lot of part of bukkan,s land. Elders of the village tell that at the time of partition there were a lot of rich KHATRYs settled in this village then they migrated to india. The population of my village is round about 10,000.The literacy rate is  average. Bukkan is basically a agricultural area.There are three water canals in  the west of village.Where ,the people go for morning walk and to take bath.

History of Abbas High School Bukkan

Mr. ABBAS GONDAL was martyred in 1972 in Liaqat abad in Mr Bhutto,s session then the ex-governer of punjab Malik Ghulam Mustafa Khar came to Bukkan and he asked the family of Abbas Gondal for reward then Ch. Shaan Muhammad (late) ex. councler requested to Mr. governer that if u wana help us then we need high school and electricity and one bricks road for our people of village that links bukkan to main GT-Road Mandi -Sargodha. Thats how its name is GOVT ABBAS HIGH SCHOOL BUKKAN. Mr abbas,s father name is sai muhammad gondal as mentioned in list of social personalities of the village.

Nature of the people of the Village

The people of the village are moderate and very hospitable. Also the people  of my village are religous,very respectable,honest and peaceful.

Source of Income

Most of the people of the village are agriculturist. Some are in government services and some are abroad in gulf states, USA and Europe.

Schools and Colleges in the village:

  • Govt abbas high school bukkan . which is situated at main  mandi-sargodha road.
  • Govt. Primary School for boys situated in the west of village near to Canal.
  • Another Govt. Primary School for boys Tariq abad (Daira Maadde-ka) in south of village
  • Govt. Girls Middle School
  • There are also some private schools in the village
  •  Madrassa Jamia Usmania Fakhralaloom Bukkan near main road.

The administrator of the Madrassa is Qari Tanveer Ahmed Usmani, a very respectable personality in the village and working hard for the betterment of the village and area.

Highly Qualified Personalities of the Village  

  • Muneer Ahmad. Officer  Habib Bank Ltd.Gojra.
  • Shoaib Ahmed Ghaigha .BA .LLB.Advocate Malakwal Bar
  • Colonal Ahmed Yar Bhatti Pakistan Ranjors
  • Gulam Nabi Sahib. Nazim. Dawat-e Islami. MBDin
  • Khurram Shahzad Gondal (Italy) post graduate diploma in hotel management from ihtti school of hotel management, neuchatel switzerland

Social Personalities of the Village    گاؤں کی فلاعی شخصيات

  • Ch. Shaan Muhammad (late) ex.councler
  • Ch. Sultan Bahoo. (late) ex.councler
  • Muhammad Hussain Salabat ka. chairmain Azad express.
  • Baba Sai Muhammad Gondal. (late).
  • Ch. Mohammad Shoaib Gondal
  • Ch. Sajjad Haider Chand Gondal
  • Ch. Gulam Ali Boola. ( late).
  • Ch. Muhammad Akhter .
  • Qari Tanveer Ahmad Usmani. (Jamia Usmania Fakhrqalaloom)
  • Mushtaq Ahmed Salabat ka .Manager Azad express.

Main Crops گاؤں کی اہمفصليں

  • Wheat
  • Cotton
  • Rice
  • Sugar Cane
  • Sarsaun
  • Bajra
  • Tobbacco
  • Potatoes and All other Vegetables

Nearest Villages گاؤں کے قريبی ديھات

Main Castes in Village

  • Gondal
  • Warraich
  • Boolay
  • Chaddar
  • Mughal
  • Rajput, Janjuha, Bhatti, Tarkhan, Muajjur, Muslim Sheikh

Mazzars (Shrines) in Village:

  • Masoom Shah
  • Shah Kushaal

Nearby Parks, canals and Jungles

There is a jungle, 15 km  in the west of Bukkan ,named as Mona depot jungle. Mona depot is the biggest depot of Army in our area,where a lot of horses and Khachars are available . Its area is 25 square km  . There is also small Canal in the west of the village where people of my village go every morning for morning walk.