Tarar Khel

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Tarar Khel
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Tarar Khel
Coordinates: 33°45′44″N73°47′18″E / 33.7621°N 73.7883°E / 33.7621; 73.7883 Coordinates: 33°45′44″N73°47′18″E / 33.7621°N 73.7883°E / 33.7621; 73.7883
CountryFlag of Pakistan.svg  Pakistan
State Azad Kashmir
District Sudhanoti
Elevation
1,982 m (6,502 ft)
Languages
  Official Urdu
Time zone PST

Tarar Khel (Urdu : تراڑ خیل or تراڑ کھل) (also spelled Tarar Khal, Tararkhel and Tararkhal) is a town and tourist attraction in Sudhanoti District of Pakistan-administered Kashmir, which is disputed with India. It is the headquarters of Tehsil Tarar Khel. It is located 129 kilometers (80 mi) from Islamabad, 31 kilometers (19 mi) from Rawalakot and 26 kilometers (16 mi) from Pallandri at an altitude of 6,502 feet (1,982 m). [1]

A rest house of the Pakistan Public Works Department exists here for tourists stay at. All the basic necessities of life are available in town.

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References

  1. Tarar Khal, Publisher: tourisminpakistan.com. Retrieved: 23 June 2013