Rohtas Fort Qila ROHTAS dina Pakistan.pothwar,unesco

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From Islamabad The dual-carriage Grand Trunk Road takes you past Gujar Khan and Sohawa, to the small town of Dina 130 km away. Just past Dina you will drive over a railway overpass, stay to the right of the road and take the first U-turn to drive back towards Dina. After about 100 meters to your left you will find a signpost, which indicates the way towards the road leading to Rohtas Fort which is 8 km away, past the small village of Muftian. Drive on the road to enter into the fort and keep driving till you reach the parking area. [edit]From Lahore Drive on GT road past Gujranwala, Wazirabad and the city of Jhelum. About 10 minutes drive beyond the Jhelum bridge just short of the city of Dina, you will find a signpost to the left directing you to Rohtas Fort. Rohtas Fort (Urdu: Qila Rohtas) is a garrison fort built by the great Afghan king Sher Shah Suri the back ground music is by Hadiqa Kiyani she is from pindi ,pothwar area and Irfan Khan

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