Dewal Manal


Dewal Manal
Dewal Manal
—  Union council  —
Dewal Manal is located in Abbottabad District
Country  Pakistan
Province Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa
District Abbottabad
Tehsil Havelian
Government
 - Nazim Sardar Gohar Zaman[1]
 - Naib Nazim Sardar Wali Dad
Population
 - Total 9,951

Dewal Manal is one of the 51 union councils of Abbottabad District in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.[2] The main tribe of this Union Council is the Karlal and awan the main subcaste is the Bolakial.

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History

The village of Dewal Manal is situated in the Dhun <دهن> valley the valley of sardars (ibrahimnagar). The word dewal came from an Urdu word Dewalia <ديواليه>. This name was because there were many wars fought. The village has been destroyed many times. During British rule the village was a command center for the Karlal and many tribes of Hazara people. During British rule the chief was Sardar Hassan Ali Khan, accompanied by his brother Sardar Nawab Khan. As the Karlal opposed British rule and caused trouble, the British made a fort at Nara above the village.

Location

Dewal Manal is located in the southern part of Abbottabad District and borders Nara and Seer Gharbi (to the South), Nathia Gali and Nagri Bala to the east, and Garhi Phulgran to the west and north. The area is scenic, with mountains, pine trees, and lakes, such as Jandar Lake.

Subdivisions

The Union Council is subdivided into the following areas: Chehr, Dewal Manal, Makol Payeen, Nagri Payeen, Haari Khetar, Khann Thoha Tarairi Nalotha, and Sajikot.[1]

The villages of union council are Cher, Saji Kot, Dewal, Makol Payeen, Nagri Payeen, and Nalotha.

Central Vally: The central village of dewal manal union council is Sajikot. Surrounded villages are:

Dewal Cher Kalanda Nara Ghora Narwara Pathian Nagri Pahin Makool Pahin Poona & Hairla Mairla

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