Dhok Ban Aklāl

Populated Place, Punjab

Pakistan

Dhok Ban Aklāl

Dhok Ban Aklal is a populated place in Punjab, Pakistan. It is located in the district of Gujar Khan, about 32 kilometers from the city of Rawalpindi, and is situated in the foothills of the Margalla Hills.

The main source of livelihood for the people of Dhok Ban Aklal is agriculture, and the village is surrounded by green fields filled with wheat, corn, cotton, and other crops. There is a small market held every few days in the village, where the locals can buy and sell their goods.

The village has a population of around 1,500 people, a majority of which are members of the Gujjar tribe. The people of Dhok Ban Aklal are known for their hard work, and they mostly work in the fields or in the nearby towns.

The village has a few mosques as well as several temples and graveyards which are a testimony to the diversity and culture of the place.

Dhok Ban Aklal is a peaceful and beautiful village, surrounded by lush green fields and tall trees. The people here are friendly and welcoming, and the atmosphere is relaxed and calm. The village is a great place to visit and explore, and the locals are more than happy to show you around and tell you about the history and culture of their village.

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Dhok Ban Aklāl is a populated place in Punjab, Pakistan. It has an elevation of 583 meters above sea level. Information correct as at Friday 6th August 2010.

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