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Gujar Khan recent comments:

  • Gujar Khan, J Singh (guest) wrote 2 years ago:
    Good to know, my G. Grand father was Bhai Nihal Singh
  • Gujar Khan, J Singh (guest) wrote 2 years ago:
    Thanks for the information, it would have been better for all, but then a small group of people decided for millions...
  • Gujar Khan, Ahmed Nawaz Chohan (guest) wrote 3 years ago:
    Salam to all . My Name is Ahmed Nawaz Chohan now living in UK . I was born in Gujar Khan and our family is still in Barki ( some 10 km from Gujar Khan centre) . My mum who is now 79 tells me that in the old days Muslim, Sikhs and Hindu use to live side by side . They would share all the happy times and sad times together . This is how life should be lived in peace and togetherness . I love Barki Chohan and can spend all my time going through the village and remembering my childhood . I have been told our elders travelled from Delhi some 300 years ago . It makes me wonder if we still have tribal links in India and where do our relations live . Also for my mother her friends from 1940 who went to India , are they still alive and what life stories do they have . More importantly do their now mid 50,s children ever wonder the same . I would like to hear back from people in India who lived in Gujar Khan and specially in the village of Barki ( near Railway line).
  • Gujar Khan, Yasser Hussain wrote 3 years ago:
    My mothers family are from Madari village in Gujar Khan. No matter how hard I try and speak Punjab when I visit many people mistake it for Potohari! This is one of the finest and moist fertile parts of of Punjab.
  • Gujar Khan, Wazir (guest) wrote 3 years ago:
    Would love to know if your grandmother can still speak potohari? Any stories she may have of the time before partition. I myself am from a village near Missa keswal some 5-6KM south of Gujar Khan on GT Road towards Sohawa.
  • Gujar Khan, Farr (guest) wrote 3 years ago:
    My father is also from Dora Baddhal. my grand mother is alive she knows few people that she can recall
  • West Gujar Khan, umair (guest) wrote 3 years ago:
    I am from sarai paka now called sarai paka khanpur
  • West Gujar Khan, asad javed (guest) wrote 4 years ago:
    i am from pakah khan pur
  • Gujar Khan, Abid Mehmood Mughal (guest) wrote 5 years ago:
    I am Abid Mehmood Mughal belong from Pakistan in Tehsil Gujar Khan and my lovely village is (CHECHI BAHADAR) away 17 KMs from Gujar Khan. I am proud being Pakistani and Gujar Khani. Gujar Khan has a proud that have 02 Nishane Haider. EX Chief of Army Staff from Gujar Khan. Peoples of Gujar Khan are brave. Love to Pakistan and Gujar Khan.
  • West Gujar Khan, DR ABDUS SALAM (guest) wrote 5 years ago:
    One can see Sarai Pakka Khanpur on wikimapia by typing ---- Pakka Khanpur ----- or Bhagpur purana. Sarai Pakka Khanpur is written in Urdu only
  • West Gujar Khan, DR ABDUS SALAM (guest) wrote 5 years ago:
    Sarai Pakka is now called Sarai Pakka Khanpur. It is 6 kilometer north east of Gujar Khan Railway station. It is 2 kilometer north east of Bhagpur purana. Sarai Pakka Khanpur is located on the bank of Kanshi stream. One can see Sarai Pakka Khanpur on wikimapia by typing Sarai Pakka Khanpur or Bhagpur purana. Sarai Pakka Khanpur is written in Urdu only
  • Khan Zameer Ahmed's home, binadam wrote 5 years ago:
    Very nice Khan Zameer Khan Former Naib Nazim again coming to Chairman Gujar Khan Muncipal Comittee in 2014 Local body Election, Inshallah he will win and served their peoples in good way Thanks Haji Babar
  • Gujar Khan, Ahmad (guest) wrote 5 years ago:
    For J. Singh: Sardar ji, Dora is one of the most prominent villages in GUjar Khan. Before partition, it was known for its wealthy sikh population. I am a muslim and my village (Jairo Ratial) is some four to five miles from Dora. I remember my father used to tell us of the days before/around partition when he was just a kid. Nowadays, Dora is a far less prominent a place as compared to the good old days before 1947. Raja Pervez Ashraf, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan lives in a small village right next to Dora. Wasn't it better if we (hindues, muslims and sikhs) lived together in a country? It is a pity that we had to leave our native places and settle anew.
  • Shaikh Talib Graveyard, mubashar (guest) wrote 5 years ago:
    i love pakistan
  • Allied School, idrees (guest) wrote 6 years ago:
    znbsjb na
  • hafeez hus, (guest) wrote 6 years ago:
    a kooking senter
  • MALIK MOHAMMAD ALI, MALIK ALI (guest) wrote 6 years ago:
  • MALIK MOHAMMAD ALI, MALIK ALI (guest) wrote 6 years ago:
  • hafeez hus, muhammadhafeez452yahoo.c (guest) wrote 6 years ago:
  • Police Station Gujar Khan, ehsan (guest) wrote 6 years ago:
    assalam o alikum dear sir i respect the new S.H.O S ABDUL SATAR KHAN bcz he is honest inteligent and honorable person