What is Muzaffargarh famous for?

The Meaning of Muzaffargarh is “Fort of Muzaffar” because the old town lies inside the walls of a fort built by Nawab Muzaffar Khan of Multan. Prior to that the place was known by a shop called “Musan Hatti”, on the road leading from Multan to Dera Ghazi Khan.

Which is the most developed city in Pakistan?

Karachi and Rawalpindi are the most developed districts in Pakistan in terms of social indicators according to the WFS while in Z-score ranking Lahore and Quetta displace Karachi and Rawalpindi as the most developed districts.

Which is the most populous city of Punjab?


2017 Rank City 2017 census
1 Lahore 11,126,285
2 Faisalabad 3,204,726
3 Rawalpindi 2,098,231
4 Gujranwala 2,027,001

What is the smallest city in Pakistan?

The Smallest City of Pakistan is Jhelum. This city is situated on the right bank of the river Jhelum, in north Punjab.

When did Jhang become a district?

Jhang District

Jhang جھنگ
Established 1849
Headquarters Jhang city
• Total 6,166 km2 (2,381 sq mi)

How many union councils are there in Muzaffargarh?

Muzaffargarh Tehsil

Muzaffargarh Tehsil تحصِيل مُظفّر گڑھ
Towns 1
Union councils 23
Population (2017)
• Tehsil 1,624,472

Which is the cleanest city in Pakistan?

Real-time Pakistan Cleanest city ranking

# city US AQI
1 Karachi, Sindh 67
2 Muridke, Punjab 72
3 Lahore, Punjab 89
4 Rawalpindi, Punjab 95

Which city of Pakistan is best for living?

By City in Pakistan

Rank City Quality of Life Index
1 Islamabad 139.95
2 Lahore 102.59
3 Karachi 84.39

Which city is called city of lions in Punjab Pakistan?

Mandi Bahauddin
Mandi Bahauddin

Mandi Bahauddin منڈی بہاءالدین
Province Punjab
Division Gujranwala
District Mandi Bahauddin
Established 1506 AD

Which is the biggest city of the world?

Largest Cities in the World (2015)

Rank Urban Area Country
1 Tokyo-Yokohama Japan
2 Jakarta Indonesia
3 Delhi, DL-UP-HR India
4 Manila Philippines

Which is coldest city in Pakistan?

The coldest place in Pakistan can be the glacial parts of Gilgit Baltistan, where in winters the average temperature remains below -20. The K2 Peak has recorded -65 °C.

How big of a district is Muzaffargarh in India?

District Muzaffargarh has a total of 1,072 male and 1,009 female public sector schools. According to the School Education Department’s data, a total of 5,023 male and 4,130 female teachers are employed in public school education sector of the district. An area of 100,864 acres is forested in the district biggest among Lashari wala Forest.

How is Muzaffargarh connected to other cities?

Muzaffargarh has connections with other cities by several means of transportation. The town is linked to the rest of the district by paved roads that stretch for 983.69 km. Buses to Multan leave frequently, because of their close proximity to each other. There are also buses that travel to more distant destinations.

Which is the most spoken language in Muzaffargarh District?

According to the 1998 census, the major first language, defined as the language for communication between parents and children, of the district is Saraiki, spoken by 86.3% of its inhabitants. Punjabi is spoken by 7.4%, and Urdu – by 4.9%. The population is mostly Muslim, with a Sunni majority and a Shia minority.

When did Muzaffargarh become the headquarters of Pakistan?

In 1861 it became the headquarters of Muzaffargarh District. After the independence of Pakistan in 1947, the minority Hindus and Sikhs migrated to India while the Muslim refugees from India settled in the Muzaffargarh District.