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Coordinates: 34°41′N73°1′E / 34.683°N 73.017°E / 34.683; 73.017 Coordinates: 34°41′N73°1′E / 34.683°N 73.017°E / 34.683; 73.017
CountryFlag of Pakistan.svg  Pakistan
Province Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
District Battagram
1,038 m (3,406 ft)
 (2017) [1]
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Picture has been shot in Battagram, kuzabanda.

Battagram (Urdu : بٹگرام, Pashto : بټګرام) is the capital city of Battagram District in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan. It is located at 34°41'N 73°1'E and has an altitude of 1038 metres (3408 feet). [2]



With a mild and generally warm and temperate climate, Battagram features a humid subtropical climate (Cfa) under the Köppen climate classification. The average temperature in Battagram is 18.5 °C, while the annual precipitation averages 1218 mm. Even in the driest months, there is a lot of precipitation. November is the driest month with 28 mm of precipitation, while July, the wettest month, has an average precipitation of 229 mm.

June is the hottest month of the year with an average temperature of 27.9 °C. The coldest month, January, has an average temperature of 7.6 °C.

Climate data for Battagram
Average high °C (°F)12.8
Daily mean °C (°F)7.6
Average low °C (°F)2.4
Source: [3]


Schools of BatagramLocationColleges of BattagramLocation
Al-Ezzah Academy BattagramKarakoram highway, near Tamai road BattagramBold textZahid Public High School & CollegeBanya Road, Kuzabanda Mira
Young Muslim Public High School and CollegeNear Karakoram Highway BattagramYoung Muslim Public School & College BattagramLocated in the heart of Battagram
The Rising Star Public CollegeN/A
Al Syed Garden Public High School and College BattagramNear Vagon Adda BattagramSir Syed Institute of Learning and Motivation BattagramNear Sub-Jail Battagram

The schools are being built with the help of several NGOs and foreign funds to improve the literacy rate of the people. [4]

2005 earthquake

Battagram was among the areas affected by the earthquake of 8 October 2005, when more than 4,500 people were killed and approximately 35,000 were injured. [5]


Battagram District is divided into two tehsils, the proper Battagram and Allai (which are Banna, Bateela, Batkul, Biari, Jambera, Pashto, Rashang and Sakargah). Proper Battagram main city is a tehsil and district headquarters and is also one of 20 Union Councils of the District of Battagram. [6]

The Battagram Tehsil is subdivided into 12 Union Councils: [6]

Union Councils Union Councils
Battagram Batamori
Gijbori Kuza Banda
Paimal Sharif Peshora
Rajdahri Shumlai
Thakot Trand

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