About us / Introduction
District Lakki Marwat is situated to the extreme south east of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. To the north, its boundaries meet with Districts Bannu and Karak. It touches District Mianwali of Punjab to the east and Frontier Region (FR) Bhattani to the west. In south it is on the brink of District DIKhan.
The area of District Lakki Marwat is approximately 3150 square KM. It is at a height of 171.2 meters from the sea level. Its soil is sandy, sandy loam and clay.
The climate is hot and dry. But suits to all kinds of agricultural crops and vegetables subject to the provision of irrigation water.
Culture and Heritage
Pashtun culture and Salwar Qamees
People and tribes
Marwat, Battani, Kattak, Kundi, Wazir.
The major language is Pashto (99 %), which is spoken throughout the district, where Marwat and Bhittanis have their own distinct dialects. Hindko is also spoken in Lakki city only.
SaifullahBrothern, KabirBrothern, Kernel AmirullahBrothern, Mina Khel Brothern, Molvi Anwar Khan MNA, Maidad Khel Naseer Muhammad etc, etc.
Gram, Wheat, Gavara, Dates, Desi Ber, Melon all Vegetables.
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