This website is about Namal Valley located on eastern border of Mianwali district (Punjab) Pakistan. This area is located some 32 Km away from Mianwali. It is a beautiful picnic point.Namal Lake Namal Dam,Sulphur water Spring,Namal Gorge and Namal College,Ziarat Hafiz Jee and Remains of the Raja Sirkupp Fort are the places of great concern.
This Website is under construction yet. So you are welcome to share any information or photos on this site. Specially those people who belong to any village of this valley are requested to send me pictures or information that they have about their villages
Namal is a combination of two Punjabi word "Na" means No and "Mul" means price so Namal means "The most valuable land"or "The land for which no one can pay the price".In Urdu it means "Anmool" This name was given by old residents of here.No doubt this area was Anmool as there were 120 wells of drinking water in the valley some hundered years ago.Our old town Namal was situated on the same place where Namal Lake exists now a days.It happend in 1913 when during British Rule the Namal Dam was constructed so the people of Namal left this area and some of them started living on western side of Namal Lake and others on eastern and sothern side.So new villages came into existance.