From Tradition to Innovation

Rawalpindi also known as “Pindi” in short, is the 4th largest city of Pakistan by population after Karachi, Lahore, and Faisalabad simultaneously. It is neighboring the capital of Pakistan Islamabad often called the “Twin Cities” because of the geographically adjacent boundaries of both cities.

It’s located in the province of Punjab in the Potohar plateau. The word “Rawal” came from a Hindu Jogi Rawal who came to the area with his companions and settled down here centuries ago. Later on, the small town grew slowly and was named Rawal Pindi.

Rawalpindi is in the Potohar Region of Punjab, it is an administrative Division that consists of 05 Districts which are:

  • Rawalpindi City
  • Attock
  • Chakwal
  • Jhelum
  • Murree

District Rawalpindi is further divided into 06 Tehsils which are:

  • Rawalpindi
  • Gujar Khan
  • Kahuta
  • Kalar Syedan
  • Taxila
  • Daultala

Pindi Boys:

In recent years a phrase went viral and was used so much on social media in Pakistan as well as around the world even got the attention of the showbiz industry which makes songs on it. ‘Pindi Boys’ which is now commonly used by youngsters and teenagers in Rawalpindi/Islamabad and has become a symbol of Rawalpindi.

Modern Rawalpindi is a densely populated metropolitan city that covers a vast area. We will cover all the topics related to the city from the History of Rawalpindi to the Best Places to visit, the best food and iconic Places, Schools, Colleges and Universities, Historical buildings, and landmarks. The weather of Rawalpindi is ideal for outdoor outings and entertainment, it’s hot in summer but not as hot as in other cities of Punjab.