|Pandori, tehsil dina district jehlum|
|— Village and union council —|
|District||Under dina tehsil|
|Tehsil||mangla road dina|
|• Type||Govt. of India|
|• governor of punjab||ch altaf of ladhar|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+5)|
Pandori is a village and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Dina Tehsil, and is located at 33°6'0N 73°37'0E with an altitude of 271 metres (892 feet).
Pandori consists of many Dhokes (small villages). These Dhokes are scattered over a 3Km perimeter and are inhabited by different families. Well known Dhokes are Tamma, Dupri, Kund, Sahi, Khinger, Baral and Potha. Notable tribes in Pandori are Rajas, Mughals, Maliks and Jats.
One of the famous villages is Dhok Tama, situated on Pandori link road near Pandori high school. Tama has 2 Sufi shrines, the most famous being mian budha sab, near Pandori boys school. He is celebrated annually for 5 days. Dhok Tama is one of the earliest dhoks in Pandori, the inhabitants belong to Tama clan of jat tribe. Their ancestor was the son of Dulma khan, who migrated from Iran during forced conversion to Shiite Islam. Inhabitants of this village used khan in their names showing their close relation to the Jats of Iran.
Pandori is surrounded by scenic mountains on one side and Mangla Lake on the other. The River Jhelum used to flow in close proximity of Pandori, but now due to Dam construction its bed is dry.
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