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Arif s/o Ustad Abul Rauf jo accident ma zahkmi ho gay thay, aj subah Raza-e-Elahi sa foat ho gay hain إِنَّا لِلّهِ وَإِنَّـا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعونَ,
Allah un ko janat ma jaga ata farmay aur wurasa ko sabr ata karay…Ameen


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Our village Pindsultani is one of the most famous village in Attock district. It is located at 100KM from Rawalpindi/Islamabad.

Total area of Pindsultani is 85,949 Kenal, it includes the area of ‘kala chitta’ mountain. Total population of PindSultani is 13,000 approximatly.

Main source of earning for most of the population is agriculture; people sow wheat, peanuts, melons, maize, jawar, barley and other food items.

Pindsultani have produced so many outstanding personalities, you will find details for different people on dignitaries section under information.

How it was named?

Pindsultani’s old name was “Pind Sultan”. It mean “The place where kings live”.

There are two important historical reports about this name:

1) The famous Muslim conqueror Mehmood Ghaznavi knows as the first Muslim king in history who got the surname of “Sultan”. While passing through here the Sultan stayed on a rigid. This rigid is still here and knows as “Dehri”.

After the departure of Sultan this village becomes famous as “Pind Sultan”. Later on the name converted to “Pind Sultani”.

This report is confirmed by the famous poet of Attock Zulfiqar Ali Khunjar in his famous book “3 Darwish”.

2) Aged people of this village say this area was a past way of the kings in the past. They add that kings used to stay on the “Dehri”. The kind did so to check the surroundings area. Slowly the local inhabitant started calling it “Pind Sultan”. Later on Pind Sultan become Pindsultani.

In Hindi language Pind means Village and Sul tan means “King”.

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Azhar Challenge cricket cup

Azhar Cricket Challenge cup was played in Pindsultani From 15th Feburary 2014 to 23 Feburary 2014. Final was played between Jinah clup Pindsultani and Tiger11 Rangli which Jinnah 11 clup won Convincingly.

Rangli11 first batted and scored 70 runs in 8 overs, in reply Jinah Club achieved target in 7.2 overs.

Malik Sohail of Kmariyal was chief guest in the tournament, he congratulated the winning team and management of tournament for such a wonderful event. He and other guests gave away prizes to the teams and players.

Following photos are taken by Tanveer bahi and we are thankful to him for his work and sharing it with us.

Insaf ValiBall Tournament Pindsultani

In last month or so lot of sports activities has been going on in Pindsultani, I have been able to witness one of them and it was treat to watch.

Insaf Vali ball tournament held in pindsultani on 8th and 9th Feburary 2014. It was held by our beloved brother Khalid Amin and Muhammad Sabir.

8 teams took part in this tournament, it was played on knock out basis, Saturday all the knock out matches took place, and 4 teams qualified for semi finals.

These 4 teams were:
- Bhandar
- Basal
- Pindsultani Club
- Mari

First semifinal was played between Bhandar and Basal which Basal won, Second semifinal was played between Mari and Pindsutlani Club which Pindsultani club won.

Final was played between Basal and Pindsultani club, which was treat to watch. It was very hard fought match, which at the end won by Pindsultani club by 2 games to 1. Basal took first set, Pindsultani came hard and won the second one easily and third was quite thought but Pindsultani club won it and so the tournament.

Dr. Tahir Ayub Khan honoured us with his presence and gave away the gifts to teams, players and management. Lot of locals have visited to watch the final and it was great environment. I would like to see more and more tournaments like these to be organized in coming days.

Thanks to all involved….

DSC 0024 from Atiq ur Rehman on Vimeo.

Final match of Vali ball tournament played on 9th Feburarty 2014 in Pindsultani from Atiq ur Rehman on Vimeo.

Prize distribution ceremony from Atiq ur Rehman on Vimeo.