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This site is focusing on the main Bhakkar City...
Full website of the whole district is coming soon...
The district was established in 1982 after slicing the area from Mianwali. Bhakkar
is situated between the Indus River and Chenab. The district is of semi rectangular
shape and mostly consists of sandy land. The total area of the district is 8153
kilometers. It is 134 kilometers long from North to South and 60 kilometers wide
from East to West. The district has four tehsils:
Traditional craft is making of mats and other house-hold products from wild grasses like kai and kunder which also provides livelihood to a large number of families.
Major crops of district Bhakkar are Wheat, Grams, Cotton and Sugarcane. Main fruits are Citrus, Mango, Guava and Dates while vegetables are Turnip, Onion, Tomato and Carrot.
The forest area is around 15531 acres. There is also linear plantation of 1345 Km alongside the roads/rails/canals in the district. The popular trees of this area are Kikar and Shisham.
|Elevation||522 ft (159 m)|