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Definition of More khunda

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More Khunda is a town in Punjab, Pakistan. The town is known for its rice market. The town has a banquet hall called the Marahaba. Within the town, Mangtanwala village has fertile land and rich from rice and wheat crops. Sir Ganga Ram was born in this village. It has a traditional design of mosque. There are two large mosques at More Khunda, a stone’s throw from each other. One has an exceptionally high minaret that dominates this town’s skyline. The green Dawat-e-Islami flags flutter atop every other building and religious sermons blare from a speaker installed on a bicycle parked at a busy junction. There is an Imambargah across the road as well that organises the 10-day mourning in Moharram, complete with a zuljinna. There were, however, no signs of strife or tense relations between the believers of various sects and schools. The previous MPA from the constituency, PP 173 Nankana Sahib 4, was a Shia and he could not win on the Shia vote alone. This is the evidence that the locals offer in support of the harmony that they claim to be living in. Many schools and colleges are opened in More Khunda. These include International Islamic Spirtual School of Naqshbandia, Sardaria. Country Model School More Khunda( English Medium purpose-built campus on canal bank Head Baloki Road consists of 8 kanal land area).Chief English Grammar School is also making progress now a days. G/H/S/School More Khunda.Dar-e-Arqam High Schools (An English Medium country-wide group), Al-Suffah Public High School (English Medium) But when the founder of the school Sir Shafiq left the school, the school become a part of Iqra Model school,Allied school(A Project Of Punjab Group Of Colleges),

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