- 1 What is Mansehra famous for?
- 2 What is the name of the town on the north west of Mansehra?
- 3 How many Tehsil are there in Mansehra?
- 4 How many union councils are there in Mansehra?
- 5 How far is Mansehra from Islamabad?
- 6 What is the old name of Abbottabad?
- 7 Which language is prominent in Hazara division?
What is Mansehra famous for?
The name of the city is derived from that of its founder, Sardar Maha Singh Mirpuri, who was a Sikh administrator and general in the Sikh Khalsa Army during the rule of the Khalsa Empire of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. The city hosts the Mansehra Shiva Temple, which is famous for its annual Shivarathri festival.
What is the name of the town on the north west of Mansehra?
Potha, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Potha is a small village in Mansehra District of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.
How many Tehsil are there in Mansehra?
Mansehra District of NWFP consists of three tehsils – Mansehra, Oghi, and Balakot and provincially administers tribal area (PATA) of Kala Dhaka.
How many union councils are there in Mansehra?
|Time zone||UTC+5 (PST)|
|Number of union councils||59|
|Number of tehsils||5|
How far is Mansehra from Islamabad?
Distance To Mansehra From Islamabad is: 51 miles / 82.08 km / 44.32 nautical miles.
What is the old name of Abbottabad?
Abbottabad was founded and named after Major James Abbott in January 1853 as the headquarters of Hazara District during the British Raj after the annexation of Punjab.
Which language is prominent in Hazara division?
Major ethnic groups of the Hazara region are the Hindkowans (who speak various Hindko dialects including Pashtuns living in the region), Pashtuns (speakers of Pashto ) and Kohistanis (speakers of Indus Kohistani).