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Geographical Area

Chura Shareef’s current geographical state


Chura Shareef’s village has now expanded.  The area between Tehsil Pindigep and Khush Aab is known as either Pothwar or Awan Kari. Majority of the people living in this central area are known as Qutb Shahi Awan.   The village itself is only populated in one area, the rest three areas are vacant.  There may only be a single house made of bricks, the rest are all mud houses, of course, the Masjid’s are made of concrete.  The focus even now is on simplicity and humbleness.


It is in the last 20 – 25 years that several changes have been made, a more appropriate road has been built, electricity and telecommunications have become available.  When Bawa Ji came here there was a single file road and just one train track.  A four carriage train travelled during the day and a four carriage train at night, this was only available because of the British who would travel to a base past Kohat called Razmat.  The single file road was used for army purposes.  Because of the population increase the government has moved Chura Shareef from the Pindigep district to the next nearest district, Jand.


Attock District is in the northwest of the Punjab province of Pakistan. Attock District is bordered by the Haripur and Swabi districts of North-West Frontier Province to the north, the district of Rawalpindi to the east, the district of Chakwaal to the southeast, the district of Mianwali to the southwest, and North-West Frontier Province districts of Kohat and Nowshera to the west and northwest. The river Indus forms the western boundary of the district.