Peshawar District

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Peshawar District is a district in Peshawar Division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan.wikipedia
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Districts of Pakistan

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Peshawar District is a district in Peshawar Division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan.
Chitral is the largest by area and Peshawar is the largest by population from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with the population of 4,269,079 at the Census 2017.

Peshawar

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The district headquarter is Peshawar, which is also the capital of Khyber Paktunkhwa.
The city of Peshawar has a population of 1,970,042 according to the 2017 census, making it the largest city in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the sixth-largest in Pakistan, while Peshawar District has a population of 4,269,079.

Nowshera District

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In July 1988, the former Charsadda tehsil was separated and became Charsadda District while former Nowshera tehsil became Nowshera District in 1990.
It is bordered by Peshawar District to the West, Mardan District to the North, Charsadda District to the North West, Swabi District to the North East, Kohat District to the South, Orakzai Agency to the South West & Attock District to the East.

Charsadda District, Pakistan

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In July 1988, the former Charsadda tehsil was separated and became Charsadda District while former Nowshera tehsil became Nowshera District in 1990.
Prior to its establishment as a separate district in 1998, it was a tehsil within Peshawar District.

Peshawar Division

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Peshawar District is a district in Peshawar Division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan.

Pakistan District Education Rankings

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According to Pakistan District Education Rankings 2017 published by Alif Ailaan, Peshawar ranks 4 th in Pakistan in terms of primary school infrastructure while it ranks 52 nd in Pakistan for middle school infrastructure.

Hindko

Hindko dialectNorthern HindkoHindko language
According to the 1981 census results for Peshawar tehsil, Pashto was the first language in % of households, Hindko – in %, Urdu – in % and Punjabi – in %.
Rensch's classification based on lexical similarity also assigns to this group the rural dialects of Peshawar District.

NA-27 (Peshawar-I)

NA-3 (Peshawar-III)NA-3 (Peshawar-3)Constituency NA-3 (Peshawar-III)

NA-28 (Peshawar-II)

Constituency NA-4 (Peshawar-IV)NA-4 (Peshawar-4)NA-4 (Peshawar-IV)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Khyber-PakhtunkhwaNorth-West Frontier ProvinceNorth West Frontier Province
Peshawar District is a district in Peshawar Division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan. The district headquarter is Peshawar, which is also the capital of Khyber Paktunkhwa.

Pakistan

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Peshawar District is a district in Peshawar Division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan.

Islamabad

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It is located about 160 km west of the Pakistan's capital Islamabad.

North-West Frontier Province

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The original district of Peshawar was a district of the North-West Frontier Province of British India.

British Raj

British IndiaIndiaBritish rule
The original district of Peshawar was a district of the North-West Frontier Province of British India. According to 1897 records during British Raj, most people living in Peshawar valley were Pathans and belonged to an agriculture community but there was also an admixture of Punjabi community living in the valley religiously belonging to both Islam and Hinduism.

First language

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According to the 1981 census results for Peshawar tehsil, Pashto was the first language in % of households, Hindko – in %, Urdu – in % and Punjabi – in %.

Urdu

Urdu languageUrdu:Hindi
According to the 1981 census results for Peshawar tehsil, Pashto was the first language in % of households, Hindko – in %, Urdu – in % and Punjabi – in %.

Punjabi language

PunjabiPanjabiPunjabi-language
According to the 1981 census results for Peshawar tehsil, Pashto was the first language in % of households, Hindko – in %, Urdu – in % and Punjabi – in %.

Pashtuns

PashtunPakhtunsPathan
According to 1897 records during British Raj, most people living in Peshawar valley were Pathans and belonged to an agriculture community but there was also an admixture of Punjabi community living in the valley religiously belonging to both Islam and Hinduism.

Punjabis

PunjabiPunjabi peoplePunjab
According to 1897 records during British Raj, most people living in Peshawar valley were Pathans and belonged to an agriculture community but there was also an admixture of Punjabi community living in the valley religiously belonging to both Islam and Hinduism.

Islam

IslamicMuslimMuslims
According to 1897 records during British Raj, most people living in Peshawar valley were Pathans and belonged to an agriculture community but there was also an admixture of Punjabi community living in the valley religiously belonging to both Islam and Hinduism.

Hinduism

HinduHindusHindu culture
According to 1897 records during British Raj, most people living in Peshawar valley were Pathans and belonged to an agriculture community but there was also an admixture of Punjabi community living in the valley religiously belonging to both Islam and Hinduism.