Category - 8. Villages

Bhai Kot
Tara gardh
Alpa Kalan
Bhopay Wal

Bhai Kot

Bhai Kot (Chak No. 03) is a village in Pattoki Tehsil, Kasur District, Punjab, Pakistan, about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) from Pattoki town. Most of the population of this village consists of Meos. Other castes like Jats, Arains, and Dogars are in a minority. There are two primary schools in the village, one for girls and one for boys. Most of the people here are farmers and labourers.


There is only one high school for boys. middle school for girls. but many praivat school for girls and boys. In Jamber Rafiq Model school is very famous school. Ita patren is Shafiq Ahmad Khan (M.A B.Ed L.L.B)and Shakil Ahmad Khan (T.E). Its union counsil no is 79.


(Habib Abad) is the union council of Pattoki. It is the last union council of Kasur District. The population is about 100,000.

It was named as Habib abad in sardar araf nakai’s period. Before that it was named as (wan radha ram) the name of a Sikh who had lived there before independence. It is almost 90 kilometers from Lahore and located on the main G.T.Road. The occupation of most the people is related with agriculture and shops. Now there is a trend increasing towards education. There are many private schools working for the bright future of people. There is huge chance of improvement of education in government and private sector of Habib abad. There are number of schools and colleges. There are more than 6 industries, 4 petrol pumps, 4 CNG stations, Government and private banking and thousands of people are working there. The business of herbal medicine is most prominent part of life of people of this city. The more areas of town are bye pass, shuja market, shergarh bazar, sanda bazar, rail bazar etc. Most of the towns are under construction like Faisal town, Ashrafia town, Lalapak housing scheme etc. The main areas of Habibabad are Purani mandi, Lalazar colony, Javed nagar, Umer Abad and Karmabad.


Gop-e-rah chak 42 is a small village at a distance of almost 8 kilometers from Pattoki Tehsil, (District Kasur) in Pakistan. As, land of this village is very fertile, so, most of the people from this village are related to agriculture. Gop-e-rah is typical traditional Punjab village where people know each other for long time and live like a family. Population of Gop-e-rah is approximately 300 persons. Many young people have moved to cities for better education and better career opportunities and are no more doing agricultural work. People of Gop-e-rah belong to sunni and shia sect. Main castes in Gop-e-rah are Ghuman or Ghumman, Cheene, Mangan, Sial, Gill and others.

Bhopay Wal

Bhopay Wal (chak 23) is a village in the southwest of Pattoki, Pakistan and center of union council. It has about 520 households and population of about 3,500. It comes under Tehsil administration of Pattoki and District administration of Kasur.


Like many villages of Punjab, Bhopay Wal depends on agriculture.

  • Government High School for Boys
    Government High School for Girls


  • Government Hospital


Bhopay Wal is a center of cultural activities of the area. There is a regular fair at the end of summer to honour local sufi Baba Gainday Shah.


  • Rana Naseer Ahmad
  • Rana Muhmmad Akram
  • Rana Akhtar Ali
  • Rana Iqbal (Late)
  • Rana Gulzaman Akhtar


Like Many Villages of Punjab,Bhopay Wal depends on agriculture.


Pattoki is the only city in the Punjab which is largely associated with the very big number of villages. The police station of the Pattoki saddar is consisting of 575 villages. Pattoki is a great business markrt in the area because people from the villages prefer to come Pattoki for their shopping.Some of the famous villaes are:

  • Kot Akbar Khan
  • Mahers(Khudian Chak No. 41)
  • Dholan Chak 7
  • Chakoki
  • Jaguwala chak No.4
  • Jaguwala chak No.40
  • Bhopay Wal
  • Halla
  • Lakhodair
  • Blair
  • Hanjerai kalan
  • Sheikhm
  • Khacha pakka
  • Padhana
  • 25 chak
  • Sraiser
  • 37 chak
  • Rukan pura chak22
  • Gehlan
  • Gehlan chak 9 multan road
  • Gohar Chak 8
  • Gop-e-rah
  • Jamsher
  • Pattoki Kohna
  • Daoke chak # 9
  • Sahjowal
  • Theng Chak 7
  • Wander
  • Bath Kalan
  • Dillo Multani
  • Ojla
  • Burj Mahalam
  • Mundaikee
  • Beharwal
  • Hussain Khan Wala
  • Habibabad
  • Bugghi Sher Ali
  • Alpa Kalan
  • Kot Jagat Singh
  • Kot Dula Singh
  • Sadhari Kay
  • Dhengri
  • Mallawala
  • Aammwala
  • Megha
  • jhook Balochan
  • Naroki Mahja
  • Soorsingh
  • Chela
  • Din Pur (Doba)
  • Tara gardh
  • Jamber
  • Bhai Kot Chak No.03
  • Kot Mehtab Near Canal Pattoki
  • Bhaidian Chak #35
  • Blair
  • Kacha Pakka
  • Lakho Dair
  • Mudder Khaee

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