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lasoori khurd

Lasoori Khurd لسوڑی خورد

Lasoori Khurd لسوڑی خورد

 History of Village:

This village Lasoori Khurd لسوڑی خورد was established about 150 years before on the name of Sooly the sister of two brothers (Names are unknown) of the era. As a convenient in the region of MBDin people always reverses the original names in sense of love or hate, so for the some years the Daira of said woman was became famous as a Dara of “Sooly”.

The population of village was going to increase on the arrival of various other peoples of different casts and religions. The number of houses was begun to increase. Both Hindus and Muslims had been living each other before partition (14 August 1947). The Hindus were landlord of this era before partition. They are owner of a lot of agricultural lands.

Mostly all the agricultural land nearby the village Lasuri kalan was belonged to these Hindu families before partition. On the west, East, South and North side’s the Village Lasoori Kalan about all the agricultural lands were property of Hindu families. Some lands near wells were divided in both Muslims and Hindus families. For example well on South west side of village which was famous as a “Goray wala Khoh” was belonged to both nations. A new generation had been started. The name Daira Sooly once again had been changed in to the present name of village Lasuri. Now this village is known as Lasuri Khurd.

Key Plan of the Village:

This village is situated at 20 Km east from Tehsil Phalia and 35 Km west from Gujrat

Area and Nature of the Village:

The total area of cultivated land of this village is 2.529 Sq Km. 1/3rd land of this village consists of (Silty and sandy mixed with traces of clay), that is called Bhari maira and 2/3rd land is clayey, that is called chub.

Famous Crops:

Vegetables of this village are very famous. Mostly cauliflower (Ghobi) is very famous in taste specially vegetables of Goray walay Koh near Government Benazir Bhutto boys high school Lasuri Kalan.

Famous Historical Places:

There are many historical places in the village but the same have been ruined or vanished by the passage of time due to lack of attention. There was a place near Goray wala Koh (Makhdoom Agricultural Farm Lasuri Khurd) at south west side of the village Lasuri Kalan where Hindus burnt the dead bodies of their peoples. This place was demolished by the owner of land in 1982 after the land reformed program by Gov. of Punjab revenue department. There are still some pieces mud pots are available in cultivated land.

Highly Qualified persons of the Village

  • Javed Munir (Msc)
  • Nadeem Gani (MBA)
  • Engr. Muhammad Iqbal Makhdoom (Civil Engineer)
  • Faiz Rasool Mekan (Civil Engineer)
  • Muhammad Riaz Shaheen Makhdoom (BA)
  • Amjad Mehboob Makhdoom (BA)
  • Mazhar Hussain Minhas (MA Med)
  • Naseem Gani (Wood Engineer)
  • Abdul Gani (Civil Engineer)

Teachers:

  • Mazhar Hussain Minhas (SST Mano Chak Boys High School)
  • Master Ghulam Rasool (Rtd. Primary Teacher)

Famous Persons:

  • Fateh Muhammad (Late) was the Ex- soldier of Victorian Army who fought the Second World War at Burma Border. His both sons Muhammad Azam (Late) and Muhammad Asif have been also Ex-Pak army persons.
  • Muhammad Sheikh (Late) was also the Ex- soldier of Victorian Army who fought the Second World War at Burma Border.

People Abroad:

There are some people who are settled abroad for their livelihood. They are as under:

  1. Munawar Mekan (Eunan).
  2. Muhammad Aslam Gondal (KSA).
  3. Faiz Rasool Mekan (Civil Engineer) (UAE).
  4. Shafqat Ullah Makhdoom (ABU DHABI).

Famous Wells:

There were many wells in this village before coming of new technology like Tube wells and distributary canals. The detail of said wells is as follows:-

  1. Bohy ala Koh: This well was at east side of village. This well was remained functional for irrigation till 1992.
  2. Chubby ala Koh: This was about 1 Km at east side of the village. The water table of this well was 8-10 ft from ground level. The artesian of this well was very saturated. This well was remained functional till 1990.
  3. Parbatay ala Koh: This well was only one Furlong at North side of the village. Most of the people of this village use the water of this well for irrigation as well as personal purposes. This well was remained functional till 1996.
  4. Dakhnay ala Koh: This well was situated in the village at South side. Most of the people of this village use the water of this well for irrigation as well as personal purposes. This well was remained functional till 1994.
  5. Goray ala Koh: This well was situated at North East side of the village. The distance of this well from village was about 1Km. This village was also situated at West side of Village Lasuri Kalan about at 1 Furlong distance. Most of the people of this village use the water of this well for irrigation as well as personal purposes. This well was remained functional for irrigation till 1982.
  6. Maray ala Koh: This well was only one Km at North side of the village. This well was remained functional for irrigation till 1986.

Major Casts:

Maikan is the major casts of the village and others migrated to the village later and they are named according to their original places. They are as follows:

  1. Mekan (Major Families). The word Mekan comes from Urdu word “Mey Kun”  this clan is descendent of Parmara Rajputs. The ancestor of this clan is known as “Dhudhi Tribe”. This tribe had ruled the Mankera state (in Baluchistan) for five hundred years. They converted into Islam during the time of Ghias-ud-din Balban, by the courtesy of Baba Farid Ganj Shakr (RA). By the end of 15th Century Baloch were flocked from Makran into the state. They pushed the Dhudhi Tribe from that area. The Dhudhi tribe migrated to different places of Punjab.
  2. Gondal (Few Families southern part of the village)
  3. Sahi (Few Families northern and western part of the village).
  4. Makhdoom {(Two Families). Descendant of Hazrat Makhdoom Burhanuddin (RA) of Langar Makhdoom. Makhdoom clan drives its name Hazrat Makhdoom Burhanuddin (RA). Hazrat Makhdoom Burhanuddin (RA) was also descent from the Gondal. They are believed that the forefathers of Makhdoom to have accepted Islam on the inducement of famous [[Sufi]] poet Hazrat Baba [[Fariduddin Ganjshakar]] of [[Pakpattan]] and were instructed by him to stay in the area between the [[Chenab River]] and [[Jhelum River]]s. Hazrat [[Makhdoom Burhanuddin]] and his friend Hazrat [[Syed Shabal]] were instructed by Hazrat Baba Fariduddin Ganjshakar to go to  [[Sahiwal]] in the district of [[Sargodha]], for preaching of Islam in 12th century. The saints went there and they started to preach the people. Many a people of that area became Muslim on the hand of these saints. Both saints are great [[Alam]] of Islam. They established a [[Darsgah]] at Sahiwal District Sargodha for giving Islamic education to the students and preaching of Islam. After a many years the both Saints left this place and went to Village which is now has been known as Langar Makhdoom on the name of Hazrat Langar Makhdoom (Al Maroof Makhdoom Burhanuddin).Both saints started preaching of Islam there and again many peoples of that area become Muslim on their hands. After their arrival at Langar Makhdoom entire area appears to have been blessed by Allah’s mercy and blessings. Floods and disease used to cause havoc in these areas in routine; however, after the arrival of Hazrat [[Langar Makhdoom]], Allah removed the difficulties faced by local People. Hazrat Langar Makhdoom died in Langar Makhdoom in 1245 CE (666 Hijri). He was buried in his mud dwelling hut according to his last will in Makhdoom Grave Yard near [[Changranwali]] Village Tehsil Chaniot District Jhang. Father and Mother of Hazrat Langar Makhdoom are also buried in Makhdoom graveyard. Many other [[Karamat]] are also belong to Hazrat Makhdoom Burhanuddin e.g. walking of [[Shesham]] trees from one place to an other place on the order of Hazrat Makhdoom Burhanuddin, Visit of Lion to his grave in each month. By the blessing of Allah and by the Duwa of Hazrat Baba Fariduddin Ganjshakar (RA) there is one wali Allah in each family of Hazrat Makhdoom Burhanuddin (RA). There is a great gathering of Zyreen on his Mizar on every Friday and his annual urs has been celebrated on 1st to 3rd Chaiter every year.}.
  5. Muslim Sheikh (Only one Family).
  6. Mochi (Three Families).
  7. Taili (Malik Two Families).
  8. Lohaar (Only one family who left the village in 1978).
  9. Julahy (Six families).
  10. Kumahar (Four families).
  11. Maachhi (Two families).
  12. Mirza (Four Families).
  13. Minhas (Rajput) (One Family).
  14. Nai (Two Families).
  15. Saigal (Two Families).
  16. Kuthaliay Gondal (Two Families).

Important Clans:

The village has been divided into following patties:-

  • Naikay Kay
  • Sitar Kay
  • Bhudday Kay
  • Makhdoom Ghulam Ali Kay
  • Shahnay Kay
  • Muhammad Bakhsh Kay.
  • Ahmay Kay
  • Salah Kay

Source of Income:

The main source of income of the village is agriculture. Some people are also involved in Construction industries. M/s IHC. (Pvt) Ltd & IEC construction companies are constructing a lot of mega projects like bridges, roads, hospitals colleges’ water retaining structures, stadiums and many other multi story buildings. (Chief Executive/MD Engr. Muhammad Iqbal Makhdoom is the Chief Executive/Managing Director of these firms).

Rice Mill and Al Makhdoom Marble and pre- cast factory, Poultry and fish farms are also growing industries in the village. Some people have dairy farms. The educated people are mostly job holders, a great people are masons and rest of others earn their livelihood by daily wages.

Health Facilities:

There is no health facility for the people in the village. In emergency cases the villagers have to visit Pyrianwali Rural Health center or private Doctors at Adda Pyrianwali 15 Km away from the village.

Schools and Education:

There is only one Government boy’s primary school in the village which was established firstly in Daara of village in 1972. Two literacy schools which being run by local educated females’. No girl’s school is present in the village. The female students have to go nearby village Lasuri Kalan where one private high school is present for girls.

May Allah Bless This Village (AAMEEN)


 

Kot Sattar Gharbi کوٹ ستار غربی

Kot Sattar Gharbi کوٹ ستار غربی

By: Ishtyaq Khizar Ghallu

Location Of Village:

My beautiful village name is Kot Sattar Gharbi کوٹ ستار غربی which is located 7 Km north east from Phalia 1.5 km from Phalia-Dinga road, 3.5 km from Helan town. Surrounding on east Helan on northeast Dubrigi village, west Lala pindi, north Baganwla, on west south Kot Reham Shah. My village is situated at very beautiful place. The population of the village is 2,100.

The main castes in the village are the main family Jutt Ghallu. But Bhatti, Mirzay and Ranay etc. The main Ghallu family. This village most people are abroad, other former. In the village there is no famous or beautiful building and all others are simple houses like other villages.

Nature of People:

The people of the village are very nice and peaceful.

Neighboring Villages:

Social Personalities:

  • Muhammad Azam Ghallu
  • Haji Akbar Haidar Ghallu
  • Muhammad Yar Ghallu
  • Haji Muhammad Ghulam Ghallu
  • Irshad Hussain Ghallu
  • Abdhullah Baig
  • Rana Shabeer
  • Haji Shab Din
  • Muhammad Din Ghallu
  • Mirza Manzoor Ahamd
  • Sarwal Ali Ghallu
  • Muhammad Hussain Ghallu
  • Umer Hayat Ghallu

Highly Qualified Personalities:

  1. Muhammad Nawaz Ghallu (B.Ed)
  2. Muhammad Akhtar Hussain Ghallu (M.A Urdu)
  3. Ishtayq Khizar Ghallu Civil Engineer (K.S.A)
  4. Shafiq Haidar Ghallu (D.V.M)
  5. Sajid Ali (D.A.E Electrical)
  6. Amer Shehzad (D.A.E Electrical)
  7. Ilyas Ahmad (D.A.E Electrical)
  8. Rana Taimoor Sarwar (B.A)

Schools, Collages, Mosques and Madrasas:

  • Govt. Primary School for boys
  • The Green House Model School
  • S and S Academic Model School
  • Madrasas for Girls
  •  There are 2 mosques in the village

Main castes:

  1. Ghallu
  2. Gondal
  3. Bhatti
  4. Ranay
  5. Mirzay
  6. Arain

Others

Means Of Earning:

Majority of the peoples earn their livelihood through agriculture. Few peoples are in Government services and among them most are in WAPDA and ARMY. Now there is trend among the youth to go abroad that’s why many peoples of the village are found in France, Spain, Greece, Italy, Kuwait, Saudi-Arabia, Muscat etc. in search of their earning.

Main Crops And Fruits:

  1. Sugar Cane
  2. Wheat
  3. Rice
  4. Potato

all kind of vegetable etc.

Free time & Hobby:

  • Shooting Ball
  • Cricket
  • Foot Ball
  • Kabaddi
  • Kushti

Etc.

Health Facilities:

There is no hospital in the village no one clinic is also in the Village.

Educational Problems Faced by Girls:

This is another main problem faced by students especially by Girls as there is no institute after primary so the girls have to face great hurdle in their career so most of them stop their education because villagers does not allow their girls to go away from their homes, so most of the girls are under metric and if someone wants to carry on her education they do so either Privately through Punjab University or  through Allama Iqbal Open University Islamabad.

Promises made by the Political Leaders:

This is a very interesting topic because when there is period of election especially of National and Provincial Assembly. It looks that all the candidates are our own and they are in election only for our village because they solve all the problems of the village with their tongue in few minutes but as soon as they becomes leaders they even refuse to recognize their major supporters until the next election .

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. Few homes in the village also possess COMPUTERS in them very rare people use internet.

Suggestions:

  • Gas Problem
  • Dust Problem
  • Roads Problem
  • There is No Hospital or any Doctor in the Village also.

ALLAH BLESS THIS VILLAGE(Ameen)


For any objection contact

Information Provided By: Ishtiaq Khizar Ghallu

         Email address: ishtyaq_khizar@yahoo.com Ishtyaq_khizar@hotmail.com

khumb khurd mandi bahauddin

Khumb Khurd کھمب خورد

Khumb Khurd کھمب خورد

Information:

Khumb Khurd کھمب خورد is situated about 3 kilometer from nearby big town Mianwal and 33 kilometers in the South of city Mandi-Bahauddin. The population of the village is about 3,500 people. The founder of this village was Khumb Ranjah. The old name of this village was Garaz pur.

There are 2 govt primary schools. One for boys and one for girls. There is one private school which is new Ghazali Model School. There is one Post office in the village. There is one Madrasa (Jamia) Abu Hurera for girls. The people of the village are very nice and peaceful. Main source of income is Agriculture.

Nearest Villages:

Main castes:

  • Ranjha
  • Warraich
  • Sunderane
  • Gondal

Educated Personalities:

  • Dr. Zeeshan Zafar Ranjha (Surgen)
  • Dr. Amir Arshad
  • Molana Robail Ahmad
  • Molana Qadir Muhammad Arif
  • Mubashar Arshad (Advocate)

Social Personalities of the Village:

  • Muhammad Nazir s/o Murad Ranjha
  • Molana Muhammad Ameer
  • Muhammad Mansha s/o Lal Khan Doleka
  • Gul Sher s/o Patani Khan Ranjah
  • Muhammad Anar s/o Roshin Muhammad Ranjha
  • Muhammad s/o Ziaada Ranjah
  • Feroz s/o Sher Laneka
  • Doost Muhammed s/o Sei Muhammad Ranjah
  • Late Baqir khan, Haider Khan and Patani Khan

Main Crops:

  • Cotton
  • Wheat
  • Rice
  • Sugar Cane

Sport and free time activities:

  • Cricket

May Allah Bless this Village (AAMEEN)


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village khoosar or khusar

Khoosar کھوسر

Khoosar کھوسر

By Baba Sikandar Hayyat Dhottar

Location:

The village Khoosar کھوسر or Khusar is at Jokalian-Asadullahpur Road. Its 27 Km from Gujrat in west and 40 km from Mandi Bahauddin in south east. Phalia is just 19 km in the west of the village.

History:

According to the Baba Sikandar who is info provider of khoosar and is round about 150 years old and numberdar of the village, Khoosar was one of the sons of Thakkar. Khoosar, Long and Pindi Dhotarran were sons of Mughal and Mughal was the son of Thakkar. He was Dhotarr. He came from the river side due to flood reasons before round about 230 years. Khoosar started living in this village which was later on known by his name Khoosar. Now a days, the area of the village belongs to dhotarr familly, arain familly, and kumihar familly.

village khoosar or khusar

Founder:

Founder of the village was known as Khoosar. He was dhotarr.

Population:

Population of the village is round about 4,000  persons.

Nature Of People:

People of the village are very hospitable, friendly, hard working, and moderate.

Area:

70 Muraba

Source Of Income:

Source of income of village comes agriculture sector. govt services, and most of the people are living abroad (Spain. America, England, middle east etc.)

Neighboring Villages:

  1. Ratti Pindi – east
  2. Pindi Dhotrran – west
  3. Narang – south east
  4. Chahrrke – south east

Social Personalities:

  1. Munawar Dhotar Nazim
  2. Shareef s/o Ghulam Ahmed Arain
  3. Nawab s/o Rahmat Khan Dhotarr
  4. Ghulam Qadir Dhotarr

Highly Qualified Persons:

  • Noor Muhammad Dhotarr (civil judge)
  • Bahadar hussain (chairman)
  • Dr. Talib Hussain (MBBS)
  • Irshad Ahmad (SHO)
  • Master Muhammad Sadeeq
  • Master Minhaas (head master)

Hospitals:

Basic Health Unit (govt hospital ) is working in the village

Main Casts:

  • Dhotarr
  • Arain
  • Kumehar

Main crops

  • Wheat
  • Rice
  • Suger cane
  • Bajara
  • Jawar

etc.

Education sector:

  • Govt middle school for boys
  • Govt primary School for girls.

Private:

Moon Light Public school for girls

Masajid:

  • Jamia Masjid
  • Arain ki Masjid
  • Deobandi Masjid

Union Council:

Narang is Union Council of the area.

Media

  • TV
  • Mobile
  • PTCL
  • Internet

Transport:

Jokalian to Mungowal via khoosar.

Mazar

  • Shah Salmani

Canal

14-R and 15-R passes by the village and area of the village is very beautiful. Its at the Bank of the River Chenab.

Sports

  • Volley ball
  • Cricket
  • Kabaddi

May Allah Bless This Village (AAMEEN)


Information provided by Baba Sikandar Hayyat Dhottar

Dhoul Ranjha dhoul bala

Dhoul Bala دھول بالا

Dhoul Bala دھول بالا

By: Mazhar Qayyum

Locations:

Dhoul Bala دھول بالا is a famous village of District Mandi-Bahauddin. In its east is Ladher Kalan, in West is Madhrey Rattowal, in North is Mangat and its southside is one small canal and Kailu, Phalia.

Population:

Population of our village is round about 7,000 persons.

Registered Voters:

The number of registered voters in the village Dhoul Bala is 3,800 among them almost half of them are of female voters. Although village is small but at the time of election village splits into three parts. Each group tries to cast votes against each other. At the time of BD elections both males and females cast vote but at National and Provincial Assembly elections only males cast their votes.

Main Casts:

  • Gondal
  • Ranjha
  • Butt
  • Sayal
  • Mouchi
  • Barber
  • Lohar

Social Personalities:

  • Muhammad Ashraf Ranjha s/o Ahmed Khan (Sarpanch)
  • Faisal Abbas s/o Gulam Abbas (Spain)
  • Sikandar Hayat s/o Haji Muhammad Shareef (MD Gondal Rice)
  • Umar Farooq s/o Muhammad Roshan
  • Qari Mushtaq Ahmed s/o Late Gulam Haidar (President of Anjuman Meelad un Nabbi)

Highly Qualified Persons:

  1. Asmat Batool s/o Muhammad Roshan (M.A Education SST Lahore)
  2. Ahmed Hassan s/o Sikander Hayat (M.A IR)
  3. Gulam Mohayodeen s/o Liyaqat Ali (Advocate)

Education Sector:

There are 2 Govt. Schools (one for boys and one for girls) and 02 Private Schools. There are also 02 Mosques in the village.

Means Of Earning:

Majority of the peoples earn their livelihood through agriculture. Few peoples are in Government services. Now there is trend among the youth to go abroad that’s why many peoples of the village are found in France, Spain, Greece, Italy, Kuwait, Saudi-Arabia, Muscat etc. in search of their earning.

Way Of Living:

Peoples of the village live a simple life. They have very friendly behavior. Peoples are very much hostile, peaceful and sincere. Except few black sheeps vulgarity is an uncommon thing. People of the village go to their lands to care their cattles and crops and come back in the evening so they have a very busy life. Young boys play Cricket, Volley Ball or play cards in their extra time. Peoples of the village remains careful about fight and misbehavior because if any body do a little mistake other party persons quickly report to the police at Thana Phalia.

Transportation:

Village is located almost 7.0 KM towards east from Phalia City. Peoples use Tanga’s & Rickshaw to reach the bus stop. Motor Cycles and Cycles are very common in the village which are used to go towards their lands or near by areas.

Bazars And Markets:

No Bazars or Markets are present in the village only few General stores (Karyana shops) are present which provide commodities of daily use. Peoples have to go Phalia or Mandibha ud din City for major shopping.

Hospitals, Medical Stores & Shops:

There is no Hospital but one Medical Store and some General Shops and one B.H.U

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. Few homes in the village also possess Computers in them very rare people use internet.

Nature Of The Peoples:

People of our village are very respective, moderate, well educated and good host. Way of living is mixture of agricultural and city life. Some people are working in govt sector and many are abroad.

Crops Of The Village:

Land of this village is very fertile almost every crop of the world can be grown here. People use peter engines for irrigation purposes. Major crops of the village are

  • Wheat (gandam)
  • Rice (chawal)
  • Corn (mukai)
  • Potato (aalo)
  • Barley (jao)
  • Sugar Cane (kamad)
  • Sweet Pea (mator)
  • Chicken Pea (chana)
  • Jawar
  • Bajra

All Vegetables etc.

Communication & Entertainment System:

Every facility of modern era is available like Telephone, Internet, Transport, Mobiles, TV, TV-Cable etc.

Rest House (Dara):

There is 04 Rest House For Peoples.

Sports Of The Village:

  • Volleyball
  • Kabaddi
  • Cricket
  • Bantay
  • Akhroat
  • Gulli danda.

Free Time & Hobby:

There is one Park for Peoples nearby our Village and also there is Canal. Kabaddi is the Popular Sport in the Village.

Flora & Fauna:

As the area is very productive both animals and plants love to stay here. Domestic animals of the village are:

  • Buffalos (bhainsein)
  • Cows and Bulls (gaey aur bael)
  • Sheeps (bhairain)
  • Goats (bakrian)
  • Horses (ghoray)
  • Donkeys (gadhay)
  • Dogs (kutay)
  • Cats (Bilian)
  • Hens (murgean)
  • Rabbits (khargosh)
  • Pigeons (kabutar)

Trees & Flowers:

Village land is very much fertile, availability of water is enough although soil not suitable for GYMNOSPERMS and FERNS but ANGIOSPERMS are very much common in the village which include both ornamental and wild. Important plant of the village are as under:

  1. Acacia species (kikar)
  2. Dalbergia sisso (tahli)
  3. Rosa indica (gulab)
  4. Orange species (maltay aur methhay)
  5. Guava (amrood)
  6. Mangoes (aam)
  7. Gomi (dhraik)

Main Problems Of The Village:

  • Sui Gas Problem
  • There is no Community Center
  • There is no High School for Boys & Girls
  • Roads condition is very bad
  • Health Problem
  • Street Problems

ALLAH BLESS THIS Mohalla(Ameen)


For any objection contact at mazhar_mb@yahoo.com

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Dhaboula دھبولہ or Dhabula dhaboola

Dhaboula دھبولہ

Dhaboula دھبولہ

By: Muhammad Javed Vinning

Location:

Village Dhaboula دھبولہ or Dhabula is also in tehsil Phalia district Mandi Bahauddin. Its at link road of Ranmal to Qadir Abad. It is 37 km from district Mandi Bahuddin city towards south and 17 km from from Phalia in south East. Qadir Abad is 20 km from Dhaboola towards west.

History:

The exact history of foundation of this village is not known. However it was an established village before partition. When Hindus and Sikhs migrated to India. It got its rebirth. Majority of its population is migrated from different places. The two main clans are Vinnings and Tarars. Vinnings came from Kung Sahali near Mangowal while Tarars are from Bahu Manga.

There are some people who came from Chak Zahir and Ransike. It was a poor economy based village. However it made rapid progress after Land Consolidation in early 70s. Now it is a fertile landed village.

A big chunk of its population is associated with agriculture. Laboure’s and servants are also found. A salient feature of this village is that whole population of this village is Sunni (sect) and there is only one Masjid (mosque) indicating unity among the people of this village.

Neighboring villages:

Main casts

  1. Vinning
  2. Tarar
  3. Machra
  4. Gondal
  5. Warraitch
  6. Raan

There are two shrines situated at the outskirts (suburbs) of the village. The village is linked through mettled roads to Dharekan Kalan and Adda Ranmal Sharif. The village is connected to the other parts of the country through PTCL Exchange and Cellular Operators.

Dhaboula دھبولہ or Dhabula dhaboola

Educated Personalities:

Some educated and efficient persons have left the village to settle in nearby cities. they are

  • Mian Fazal Karim (well reputed Khateeb)
  • Mian Bashir Ahmed (held Prisoner Of War in 1971)
  • Mian Tariq Mahmood (M.B.B.S)
  • Master Maqbool Ahmed

Famous Personalities:

  1. Rashid Ahmed Tarar
  2. Faiz Ahmed Tarar (KSA)
  3. Muhammad Saleh Vinning
  4. Muhammad Inayat Machra
  5. Ahmed Ali Vinning
  6. Ghulam Rasool Warraitch
  7. Haji Riaz Ahmed Vinning (Subedar retired from Pak Army)
  8. Muhammad Feroze Vinning
  9. Muhammad Javed Vinning (B.A/B.Ed., presently serving as Subedar in Pak Army, AEC)
  10. Qamar Zaman Vinning (B.Sc.)
  11. Qaisar Sheraz Tarar (B.A)
  12. Umar Hayat Tarar (Advocate)
  13. Saifullah Vinning (Advocate)
  14. Zafar Iqbal Vinning (Makkah Traders)
  15. Mian Fiaz
  16. Mian Pervez
  17. Haji Bashir Ahmed Tarar (Khawaje Ka)
  18. Muhammad Sharif Tarar
  19. Imran Khan Vinning (M.A)
  20. Shahbaz Akbar Vinning (Law Department)

Education Sector:

  • Govt primary school for girls
  • Govt primary School for Boys

Crops

  • Wheat
  • Rice
  • Sugarcane
  • Bajara
  • jawar

Problems Of The Village:

  • This village is in dire need of a Girls School.
  • Sui Gas
  • Transport/conveyance for school going children( a very serious and grave issue)

May Allah Bless This Village (AAMEEN)


Information Provided By

Muhammad Javed Vinning

Mobile Number: 0345-6237777

Email: javedvinning@gmail.com

village chak jano kalan

Chak Jano Kalan چک جانو کلاں

Chak Jano Kalan چک جانو کلاں

Locations:

Chak Jano Kalan چک جانو کلاں is located in Tehsil Phalia District Mandi Bahauddin. The distance of District Mandi Bahauddin from this Village upto 32 KM and 12 KM from Tehsil Phalia. Chak Jano is the only village which is center by distance between Gujrat and MB Din. Chak Jano Kalan is located 4KM in West from RQ Link Canal and 5KM away in East Thana Pahrianwali.

Geographical Setup:

Chak Jano is divided in to three parts: one is the Main Village (Chak Jano Kalan) 2nd  Chak Jano Khurd and last one is Nai Abadi. One link road which is go through the Nai Abadi towards Pandi Kalu.

Village’s Area:

Total area of the Chak Jano Kalan  is about 55 squares that is about 1400 acres some persons have 75 to 90 acers but majority is more then 20 to 30 acers per family. But there are no one is the big fish of the village but it is almost equally distributed among prominent families.

History of Village:

Chak Jano Kalan is belong to  a person who known as Baba Jano. Baba Jano had 7 Children whose were living in different places but Chak Jano Kalan has a reward that Baba Jano live himself in this village and his Tomb is also in this village. One big thing of the village is that no enmity any on to another in the village. This is record history of the village that no on is killed in the way of enmity.

In The Time of Partition:

Population of Chak Jano Kalan was mostly Muslim in 1947 (at the partition time of sub-continent) there were very short line of  HINDUES HOUSESE. After the partition there were no one Hindu in this village all that migrate to Hindustan. That’s why there was no bloodshed in the village at the time of partition.

Neighboring Villages:

Neighboring villages of Chak Jnao Kalan are Chak Jano Khurd, In the North Basi Kalan, Channi and in South Pindi Kalo & Ranmal Sharif in East Arzani, Sohawa, Chak Zahir and Police Station Adda Pahrianwali and in West Chak Mano etc.

Population:

Chak Jano is the one of the big village in the surrounded area the population of the village is more then 15,000. All the population of the village is Muslim among them all are SUNNY some of them Wahabi and only one house which is of SHIA. No non-Muslim is there in the village.

Registered voters:

The number of registered voters in the village are more then 7,000 among them almost half of them are of female voters. In election period three polling station are stabled. Each group tries to cast votes against each other. In any election both males and females cast their votes.

Castes:

Major casts of the village are

  1. Warraich
  2. Butt
  3. Mirza
  4. Kumhar
  5. Machhi
  6. Mochi
  7. Nai

The most big cast of the village is WARRAICH

Major Bradaries:

Famous Clans of the village are:

  • Bahadar Key
  • Shah Hassan Key
  • Yadey Key
  • Nazir Key Araein
  • Khushi Budhay Key
  • Mahley Key
  • Nabeye Key
  • Budhay Key
  • Lal Key
  • Nmberdar Key
  • Syedo Key

Personalities of The Village:

Important personalities of the village are as follows:

  • Ch. Bashir Ahmed Warraich (Owner Warraich Flour Mill )
  • Ch. Rashid Ahmad Warraich
  • Ch. Nazir Ahmad Araien
  • Ch. Ghulam Abass Nambardar
  • Ch. Kafi Ayub
  • Haji Aurangzaib
  • Ch. Raees Anjum Warraich (Italy)
  • Ch. Javid Iqbal (MA) LLB London
  • Ch. Iftikhar Ahmed (Khushi Budhay Ka)
  • Hafiz Abdul Hafeez (Imam Jamia Mosque)
  • Allam Abdul Hamid Qamar Sialvi
  • Ch. Ghulam Mustafa (CEO Alnoor School)
  • Major Mian Ejaz Ahmed
  • Ch. Shahid Farooq Warriach
  • Ch. Ghulam Abass Nambardar
  • Ch. Azhar Iqbal Goshi
  • Ch. Ghulam Mustafa (CEO Al noor School)
  • Ch. Junaid Farooq Warriach
  • Ch. Sohail Abbas (LLB)
  • Ch. Muhammad Jasim(LLB )
  • Ch. Addresh Farooq Warriach
  • Haji Javed Iqbal (Saudi Arabia )
  • Ch. Bashir Ahmed thikidar
  • Ch. Javid Iqbal (MA) LLB London
  • Maj. Mian Ejaz Ahmed
  • Ch. Iftikhar Ahmed (Khushi  Budhay Ka)
  • Hafiz Abdul Hafeez (Imam Jamia Mosque)
  • Allam Abdul Hamid Qamar Sialvi

And among new generation

  1. Shamreez Bashir Warracih (Italy)
  2. Hamayoon Rashid Warraich
  3. Talat Naveed Warraich
  4. Sohail Abass Warracih
  5. Muhammad Jasim Warraich
  6. Mukhtar Ahmed Saddaqi Butt
  7. Zahid Shabbir Araien
  8. Shahnaz Ahmed Warracih

Highly Qualified Personalities:

Although the literacy rate is good but only few persons are Master degree holders among them:

  • Ch. Javid Iqbal MMA Advocate (England)
  • Major Mian Ejaz Ahmed
  • Ch. Hamayoon Rashid Warracih BCS (Canada)
  • Ch. Sohail Abbas (LLB in Progress)
  • Ch. Muhammad Jasim(LLB in Progress)
  • Ch. Talat Naveed Warracih (MCSE)Islamabad (LLB in Progress)

And few females have also done Master degrees in different subjects.

Means Of Earning:

About 40% of the population is farmer, 40% is labor, 15% is overseas, and other 5% is commercial and industrial. There are a lot of people who work in government sector, like Teachers,, and Army. Now there is trend among the youth to go abroad that’s why many peoples of the village are found in France, Spain, Greece, Italy, Canada, Kuwait, Saudi-Arabia, Muscat etc. in search of their earnings.

Way of living:

Peoples of the village live a simple life. They have very friendly behavior. Peoples are very much hostile, peaceful and sincere. People of the village go to their lands to care their cattles and crops and come back in the evening so they have a very busy life.Young boys play Cricket,Volly Ball . Peoples of the village remains careful about fight and misbehavior because if any body do a little mistake other party persons quickly report to the police at THANA PAHRIANWALI.

Bazars And Markets

No Bazars but many markets on the both side of canal and both side of main road are present in the village many General stores (Karyana shops) are present which provide commodities of daily use. Peoples have to go Gujrat or M.B.Din for major shopping and to Phalia and Pahrianwali for minor shopping.

Industries:

  • Warraich Flour & General Mills
  • Ijaz Bricks Company
  • Al-Rehmat Rice Mills
  • Chadhar Rice Mills
  • Butt Oil Agency
  • PSO Oil Depo (In Progress)
  • Gondal Cold Storage
  • Govt. Food Godown

Sports:

  • Cricket
  • Hockey
  • Football
  • Badminton
  • Kabaddi
  • Volley Ball

Mosques:

There are total three mosques in the village, one in the main village and two other in the Nai Abadi. JAMIA in the main village is the biggest mosque (Capacity of 3000 Double Story) in the Gujrat and MBDin Distric.

Shrines:

There are three shrines in the village. One is the (Baba Jano) and one is called as Phalian Wala (Peer Masoom Shah)and last one is known as (Peer Sabar Shah)
Schools System and Education

Literacy rate of the village is much better. Almost every child of the village goes to school. There are six shools in the village:

  • Government Middle School for Girls
  • Government Middle School for Boys
  • Government Primary School for Boys
  • Government Primary School for Girls
  • Chistia Ghousia Madrassa
  • Jamia Masjid Chak Jano Kalan (3000 Capacity, double story)
  • Al-Farabi Model School(Private)
  • Al-noor Model High School(Private)

Health Facilities:

There is no hospital in the village but 4 Medical Clinics are present which are run by Different  health related servant. Three female of the village is working as a Health Worker. She is creating awareness in females about health related problems. Now after her guidance females are very much aware of pregnancy and birth etc. Generaly peoples get medicine of minor diseases from Pharianwlai, Phalia and of major from Gujrat  or M.B.Din.

Transportation:

Village is located on the Main Road. People of the village travel on Buses, Vans from Main Bus Stop or other two stops. They also travel on Rickshaw for Pahriawali. Car, Motorcycles and Cycles are very common in the village which are used to go towards their lands or near by areas.

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. Many homes in the village also possess COMPUTERS in them very rare people use internet.

Flora and Fauna:

As the area is very productive both animals and plants love to stay here. Domestic animals of the village are

  • Buffalos (bhainsein)
  • Cows and Bulls (gaey aur bael)
  • Sheeps (bhairain)
  • Goats (bakrian)
  • Horses (ghoray)
  • Donkeys (gadhay)
  • Dogs (kutay)
  • Cats (Bilian)
  • Hens (murgean)
  • Rabbits (khargosh)
  • Pigeons (kabutar)
  • Fishes (in forms)
  • Ducks (batkhain)

Animals found in the villagers land are:

  • Jackals (geedarr)
  • Snakes (saanp)
  • Fishes
  • Tortoises (kachhway)
  • Parrots (totay)
  • Sparrows and Finches (chirian)
  • Sea Gulls (baglay)
  • Wild Ducks (murgabian)

Village land is very much fertile, availability of water is enough although soil not suitable for GYMNOSPERMS and FERNS but ANGIOSPERMS are very much common in the village which include both ornamental and wild. Important plant of the village are as under:

  1. Acacia species (kikar)
  2. Dalbergia sisso (tahli)
  3. Rosa indica (gulab)
  4. Guava (amrood)
  5. Mangoes (aam)
  6. Gomi (dhraik)
  7. Bamboo (Baance)

Crops:

Land of this village is very fertile almost every crop of the world can be grown here. People use peter engines for irrigation purposes. Major crops of the village are

  • Wheat (gandam)
  • Rice (chawal)
  • Corn (mukai)
  • Sugar Cane (kamad)

All Vegetables etc.

Problems of the People in Village:

Chak Jano Kalan  is Big village but basic facilities are absent  No hospital, No Markets, No college for Boys or Girls therefore peoples especially females have to face many difficulties in order to fulfill their daily or occasional necessities. Main problems of the village are as under. Gas pipeline go in the front on the village but still the village is behind the gas.

Wastewater Removal System:

The most prominent problem of the village is the removal of wastewater of homes and rain. In the absence of sewerage system some people of the village has to face problems like accumulation of rain water in front of their houses, when the LAKE (chhapparr present in the end of the village) when the flood is come and the lake is filled with water it come out in the streets this not only paralyze life in their homes but also a source of many diseases like MALARIA,CHOLERA and SCABIES etc.

Jagirdari System:

Unlike other nearby villages Jagirdari system is not at its peak but some roots are there in this village.

Problems of the Poor’s:

Almost the people of village are in middle class except few houses all other can earn their livelihood easily those who are poor they are helped by the other village people in the form of Fitrana or other things in the name of God so fortunately every one is able to eat honorably.

Educational Problems Faced by Girls:

Chak Jano Kalan is one of the big town but educational facilities are not enough for girls. This is another main problem faced by students especially by Girls as there is no institute after Middle so the girls have to face great hurdle in their career so most of them stop their education because villagers does not allow their girls to go away from their homes, so most of the girls are under middle if other want to carry on their education they do so either Privately through Punjab University or through Allama Iqbal Open University Islamabad.

Promises made by the Political Leaders of the area:

This is a very interesting topic because when there is period of election especially of National and Provincial Assembly it looks that all the candidates are our own and they are in election only for our village because they solve all the problems of the village with their tongue in few minutes but as soon as they becomes leaders they even refuse to recognize their major supporters until the next election comes.

Crime rate in the Village:

As it is already mentioned that most of the reports in Police Station Pahrianwali belong to this village in which most are to pull legs or arms of the opposing party but the steeling of cattle’s is an important problem faced by villagers especially JUTT families such Thieves does not belong to this village but to nearby villages whom names are not good to mention, in this village few black sheeps in young generation are also going on wrong path.

Suggestions:

  • The problem of wastewater removal can be resolved by passing link canal which drop in many canal out side the village..
  • The problem of medical facilities can be resolved by arranging one MBBS doctor to whom in addition to his own fees villagers should pay some salary by collecting fund from the village.
  • Flood is a natural thing but the loss can be reduced by alarming the people about danger of the flood in advance by the Government.
  • Education problems of girls can be resolved by constructing an institute up to Degree level at least in arts subjects in this or any of the neighboring villages.
  • About promises of leaders (bus Allah un ko hadaet de).
  • Crime rate or steeling can be minimized by introducing PARADARI system by keeping a guard to look after village during night.
  • Problem of poor people can be met by creating fund for them by villagers.

Important Phone #

  • U/C Office 531228
  • PTCL Exchange 531000
  • Warracih Flour Mills 531707
  • Chaddhar flour Mills 531111
  • Police Station 592032

                    ALLAH BLESS THIS VILLAGE(Ameen)


            For any objection contact at  talat.naveed@yahoo.com  +923007747199

chak jano village

Chak Jano چک جانو

Chak Jano چک جانو

Location of village:

Chak Jano چک جانو is divided into three branches, Chak Jano Kalan, Chak Jano Khurd and Nai Abadi. The combined population of Chak Jano is 15,000. It is about 34 km’s South East of Mandi Bahauddin on Gujrat Sargodha Road. This village is under Tehsil Phalia. The nearest Police Station is Pharianwali Police Station, which is 3 km on the east.

History of Village:

The village is one of the oldest villages in its area. It was founded by Baba Janu estimated around 500 years ago. There is a mazar within the old cemetery.  It is known that his cast was Warraich. Today the majority cast is Warraich.

Chak Jano Union Counsel # 38:

  • Nazim: Asif Mahmood Chader
  • Naib Nazim: Bashir Ahmad Tarar

Nearest Villages:

  1. Chak Jano
  2. Chak Mano
  3. Basi Kalan
  4. Chani Mast
  5. Senthal
  6. Multaniawala
  7. Sheikh Ali Pur
  8. Kot Ghulam Rasul

Social Personalities:

  • Ch. Rashid Ahmad Warraich (MD,  Warraich Flour Mills)
  • Ch. Bashir Ahmad Warraich (CEO, Warraich Flour Mills)
  • Ch. Kaifi Ayub (U/C President, PML Q)
  • Khalid Mehmood Butt (U/C Counsellor)

Highly Qualified Personalities:

  1. Ch. Javaid Iqbal Warraich, MMA, Advocate, (England)
  2. Ch. Humayun Rashid Warraich, Bachelor of Business Administration(Canada)
  3. Ch. Shamraiz Bashir Warraich (Italy)

chak jano village

Schools, Collages, Mosques and Madrasas:

  • Government Middle School for Girls
  • Government Middle School for Boys
  • Government Primary School for Boys
  • Government Primary School for Girls
  • Chistia Ghousia Madrassa
  • Jamia Masjid (3,000 Capacity, double story)
  • Al-Farabi Model School (Private)

Hospitals, Medical Stores and Shops:

  • Muslim Medical Store
  • Bismillah Medical Store
  • Government Utility Store
  • Arayin Merchant & General Store
  • Malik General Store

Industry:

  1. Warraich Flour & General Mills
  2. Ijaz Bricks Company
  3. Al-Rehmat Rice Mills
  4. Gondal Cold Storage
  5. Government Food Storage

Source Of Income:

About 40% of the population is farmer, 40% is labor, 15% is overseas, and other 5% is commercial and industrial. There are a lot of people who work in government sector, like Teachers, Police Officers, and Army.

Main castes

  • Warraich
  • Butt
  • Mirza

Main Crops

  • Wheat
  • Rice
  • Sugar Cane

Sports

  • Cricket
  • Football
  • Volley Ball
  • Kabaddi
  • Badminton

Important Phone Numbers (Distt Code 0546)

  • U/C Office: 531228
  • PTCL Exchange: 531000
  • Warraich Flour Mills: 531707, 430217
  • Police Station (Pharianwali): 592032

May Allah Bless This Village (AAMEEN)


 

Chak Abdullah چک عبداللہ

Chak Abdullah چک عبداللہ

Chak Abdullah چک عبداللہ

By: Mazhar Abbas Tarar (Switzerland)

Introduction:

Village Chak Abdullah چک عبداللہ is situated South-West of City Phalia. Its founder is grandfather of Mazhar Abbas Tarar and his name is Shah Muhammad Tarar. Its old name was Tun Pur. People are very nice and village situated between Jago Kalan and Kala Shadian.

In South of it is river Chenab. The population of my village is about 1,000 people. Many people are living abroad to earn money and support their families in their village.

Nearest Villages:

Social Personalities:

  • Muhammad Bakhish Tarar
  • Naveed Tarar Advocate

Highly Educated Personalities:

  • Naveed Tarar (Advocate)
  • Muhammad Afzal (M.Sc. Agriculture University Faisalabad)
  • Azmat Tarar B.A (Hon) F.C College Lahore

Main Crops:

  • Wheat
  • Rice
  • Sugar Cane

Main castes

  • Tarar

May Allah Bless This Village (AAMEEN)


Information was provided by Mazhar Abbas Tarar (Switzerland)

Chak Abdullah چک عبداللہ

Chahrkey چاہڑکے

Chahrkey چاہڑکے

Chahrkey چاہڑکے

By Baba Khushi Muhammad and Salman Zafar

Location:

Village Chahrkey چاہڑکے is situated at Jokalian and Asad Ullah pur road. Its distance from Gujrat is 28 km and Phalia is 26 Km in the West. Mangowal is in the North of the Village just 10 Km. Chenab river is in the south of the village.

History:

There were three brothers named as Long + Narang and Thakkar. Thakkar have three children named as Ratti Pindi + Chahrrke + and Kamonke. Chahrrke came here and started living here. So later on this village was called at the name of Kamonke.

Neighboring villages:

  1. Malehian  – east
  2. Narang – wests
  3. Ratti Pindi – north
  4. Long – south

Population:

Population of the village is round about 2,000 persons.

Area:

Area of the village is 36 Murabas.

Main casts:

Most of the population of the village belongs to

  • Dhothar
  • Jatts
  • Janjua
  • Tarar
  • Mangat
  • Malhi

Chahrkey چاہڑکے

Social Personalities:

  1. Haji Khushi Muhammad s/o Ahmad Khan dhauttar
  2. Haji Nawab s/o Ahmad Khan dhauttar
  3. Muhammad Khan s/o Hakim Khan dhauttar
  4. Muhammad Riaz s/o Nawab Khan dhauttar
  5. Master Muhammad Ashraf s/o Hayyat Muhammad dhauttar

Highly Qualified Persons:

  • Imran Ahmed s/o Muhammad Aslam (Professor Gujrat camps)
  • Hussain Ali s/o Talib Hussain
  • Salman Zafar s/o Zafar Iqbla (GC Lahore)
  • Sajjad Ahmed s/o Muhammad Sadiq dhauttar
  • Muhammad Hussain s/o Raja Khan dhauttar

Nature of people:

People of the village are very hospitable and very hard working.

Source of income:

Source of income of village comes agriculture sector. Government services, and most of the people are living abroad (Spain, America, England, middle east etc.)

Hospitals:

There is no govt hospital in the village. But there is only One  Clinic of the Dr. Shahzad.

Masajid:

  1. Jamia Masjid
  2. Gulzar e Madina Masjid

Education sector:

  • Government Girls Middle School Chahrkey
  • Government Boys Middle School Chahrkey

Dara:

There is only one combined dara for the whole village.

Welfare Organizations:

No welfare Organization is available there for the betterment of tehsil village.

Sports:

  • Volleyball
  • Cricket
  • Kabaddi

Canal:

15-R is passing by the village.

A small jungle (Baila) on the bank of Chenab river / River Chenab touches the Qadirabad Headworks and beatifies the environment. The overall atmosphere is totally pollution free and the atmosphere remains very pleasant during summer but cool during winter. The small jungle remains full of pheasants, birds, monkeys and a few pigs. The small sized but very dangerous snakes are often seen at riverside.

Main crops:

  • Wheat
  • Rice
  • Sugarcane
  • Vegetables

Media:

  • PTCL
  • Mobile
  • Internet

is available in the village

Transport:

Rickshaw transport is available for the people.

May Allah Bless This Village (AAMEEN)


Information was provided By Baba Khushi Muhammad and Salman Zafar (GC Lahore)