Mirpur, Azad Kashmir

Mirpur, Azad Kashmir

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Mirpur, Azad Kashmir

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Mirpur (میر پور) is one of the seventh districts of Pakistani administered Kashmir (Azad Kashmir). Since it locates itself at the extreme south of the state Jammu & Kashmir, the climate is extremely hot and dry during summer – making it very similar to Pakistani areas of Jehlum and Gujar Khan. The most of its bushy landscapes, stretching from Bhimber to Dadyal, are barren – leaving only a small stretch of fertile land in the surrounding of Mangla water. The only crop cultivated during spring/summer season is millet. However, there are a few farms that grow vegetables and wheat especially when the Dam water subsides during the winter season. The production of electricity, out of the Dam water, makes this district somewhat unique among others. However, the annoyance caused by unannounced hours-long daily blackout makes many kashmiris resentful over unfair energy supply.The main language of the area is Pahari/Mirpuri/pothwari. However, the Gojri dialect is also spoken by Gujars who migrated from the neighboring Rajouri district of Indian administered Kashmir. Please note that Mirpur borders Rajouri to the east, Kotli to the north and Bhimber to the south. In fact the grand buildings and large bungalow-style houses make Mirpur quite a built-up area. This is because a big portion of the population is settled in England – mostly populated in Midland and north England. This is why Mirpur is known as ‘Little England’ as well as a twin city with......
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