Friday, 19 October 2012

Kalabagh Mianwali, Pakistan Information Photos

Kalabagh (Punjabi, Urdu: کالا باغ) a town and union council of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.[1] It is located on the western bank of Indus River. It is the site of the proposed Kalabagh Dam. It is also famous for its red hills of the salt range and scenic view of the Indus River traversing through the hills. It also produces handicrafts especially footwear and Makhadi Halwa

After introduction of Islam, it was captured by Kambho, Lodhi Afghan, Khemat, Gahroo, so on and so forth. Alexander the Great, captured this area.
The naming clearly is of Turkic and Persian origin, Kala Bagh simple means as "Garden Village" in local language. Kala is tropical Pashtu word meaning village or Dhok.
The Greeks erected a colossus of Rhodes, was one of the eldest Oceanids, a daughter of Tethys and Oceanus. She was remembered by four names: Halia, Aphrodite, Amphitrite, and Kapheira. She is the goddess of salt water.
The Statue on podium was placed where nowadays Kalabagh city is situated. It was destroyed by invaders, Saka Tribes, Aver Huns (real fathers of A'oona) and Parthians. Kapheira, was thought to be daughter of Poseidon, whose worshipers usually paint their body with colours and Mehandi, and danced before the goddess and exposed their painted parts of bodies for receiving blessing from Sacredos (Chief Priest). Furthermore, the groin of the goddess was glabrous, and wore a white silk gown. Her statue was almost nude. It would be more proper to quote the proper references where you have find these stories She was selected by the Sacredos and tattooed in three spots in triangular shape: The Earth, The Sun and The Paluto. And her first child was nominated as poluticus. From that time we are still calling our first child "Plothee ka Bachha." incorrect to make this connection the proper sentence is "Pehloti ka bachha". Pehl, pehla mean first and sinilarly pehlay mean past. this sentence have no connection with PalutoThere is a famous incidence, record in Greek journals. There was a local nymph, Maera who lives in salt water near Kalabagh. The silvery cave was full of nymphs. She was denounced criminal because she had had sex with local uncouth people, therefore, she lost virginity. She was punished and locked up in a house situated in the east of Kalabagh. Leucothea was real Maera. It can be said that existing village Mari might be abode of Maera (Leucotha)[Leucotha and Leucothea...are they different or it is your sheer carelessness? Pakistani 'schoolars' must be banned on this site] who was cursed and killed thereafter. Marri mean home in local language. Like a famous song of the area "shehr lahore dian ochhyan marrian hate wichain di a bhang way khana" For God sake stop fake stories, we have a lot of people with habit of copy and paste and this page will later will cause the evidence for fake history. Salt rage is much far from Kala Bagh and it is near Banda Daud Shah west of river Indus or in the eastern side of indus river at Sargodha.

Kalabagh is alternatively reported to descend from the Persian and Turkish words Kala "Black" and Bagh "Garden as a reference to the garden.
Historically Kalabagh remained a famous Awan stronghold in the district and Malik Atta Muhammad Khan (father of Malik Amir Muhammad Khan) was declared "Khan Bahadur" during the colonial period.
After the independence of Pakistan the seventh Nawab of Kalabagh, Malik Amir Muhammad Khan became governor of [West Pakistan]
Kala Bagh have very simple dfination as "garden village". Kala is tropical pushto word which means village or Dhok. Like nearby other towns Kot Kala (village with fort) sarai Kala (sarai village) or samundar khan kala (village of samundar khan. Majority of residents of Kala Bagh or Bangi Khel Khattak, Niazi or Awan. A few Kilometer in the north direction there is another village Kara-bogha who got this name after famous leader Sardar Karbogha Khan lleader of Saghri Khattak who shifted here with tribe from shawal valley.