Panjab district (Dari: ولسوالی پنجاب) is in the central part of Bamiyan Province, Afghanistan. The capital is the town of Panjab. Panjab contains 5 valleys (Darai Sia, Darai Nargis, Darai Mahretuspus, Darai Ghurguri and Darai Taquab-Barg), the water running through the 5 valleys meet in the centre of the district. Its population is entirely Hazara people.
|• Governor||Rustam Ali|
|Time zone||GMT+04:30 Kabul|
At 2,700 metres above sea level it has the highest altitude in the province, the city of Panjab is located 298 km from the capital Kabul - however travel is difficult especially in winter - the journey takes 14 hours. Two rival parties, Pazdar and Hezb-e-Wahdat, dominate the district and have divided the district between them - there has been fighting between them
- "Bamyan Provincial Profile" (PDF). Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development. Archived from the original (PDF) on 25 September 2015. Retrieved 24 September 2015.
- UNHCR Sub-Office Central Region - District Profile Punjab
- Map of Settlements IMMAP, September 2011
- Punjab Portal
- Statoids Punjab - (Punjab: Panjab (German); Pendjab, Penjab (French).)