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Explore Yakeke in Pakistan.

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Yakeke in the region of Punjab is a place in Pakistan - some 139 mi (or 223 km) South of Islamabad, the country's capital city.

Map of the area of Yakeke in Pakistan

Current time in Yakeke is now 12:50 AM (Sunday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Karachi" with an UTC offset of 5 hours. Depending on your budget, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Kabul, Winoka, Wad Saiyidan, Thatti Khudayan, Sheikhupura or Banno ka. Since you are here already, make sure to check out Yakeke, Sangrah, Sahmal, Rabwah, Pilwal Sadikan and Harasah Bulia. We saw some videos in the web. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.

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Weather Conditions Today & Next Days Forecast

27°C / 81 °F Sky is clear
Morning Temperature 27°C / 81 °F
Evening Temperature 30°C / 86 °F
Night Temperature 19°C / 66 °F
Chance of rainfall 0%
Air Humidity 65%
Air Pressure 1008.5 hPa
Wind Speed Light breeze with 3 km/h (2 mph) from South
Cloud Conditions Clear sky, covering 0% of sky
General Conditions Sky is clear

Sunday, 25th of March 2018
Sky is clear, light breeze, clear sky.
Sky is clear Day: 28°C (82 °F)
Night: 18°C (65 °F)
Monday, 26th of March 2018
Sky is clear, light breeze, clear sky.
Sky is clear Day: 29°C (84 °F)
Night: 19°C (67 °F)
Tuesday, 27th of March 2018
Sky is clear, light breeze, clear sky.
Sky is clear Day: 30°C (86 °F)
Night: 20°C (67 °F)


Rabwah Jet Skiing on River Chenab

00:36 min ( September 23, 2011 by RabwahTV)
Views: 790 - Rating: 5/5


02:50 min ( February 03, 2009 by blablanr1)
Views: 130 - Rating: 5/5

Long Live Pakistan

Documentary on Govt Jamia Nusrat - Rabw...

05:44 min ( November 01, 2009 by Nasir Ahmad)
Views: 8,807 - Rating: 3.8/5

A Documentary on Govt. Jamia Nusrat - Rabwah (A college) made by Graphics Course Students (Jun - Aug 2009) under the guidance of Nasir (The Director of Documentary)

Interview with Tahir Mansoor Khan Ex Ahm...

17:06 min ( March 11, 2012 by MuslimCause)
Views: 200 - Rating: 0/5

Watch the Exclusive Interview with Tahir Mansoor Khan of Islamabad Pakistan who has left Ahmadiyat and accepted Islam after thorough research.He was subjected to extreme and inhuman social pressure fr...

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Interesting facts about this location


The Jammatkhana-e-Aqsa (Punjabi in Rabwah is the biggest place of worship of the Ahmadiyya Community. The foundation stone was laid in 1966 and the building's inauguration took place on March 31, 1972. The mosque is the main mosque of the Ahmadiyya in Rabwah for 12,000 worshipers. The mosque may not be regarded as a mosque by many Muslims because it belongs to the Ahmadiyya Community, who are Muslims but are persecuted in pakistan because of pakistani politics.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 31.72, 72.84 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 4 mi away.
Tags:Ahmadiyya mosques, Buildings and structures completed in 1972, Places of worship in Punjab, Pakistan

Talim-ul-Islam College

Talim-ul-Islam College (also referred to as T.I. College) is a government college located in Rabwah, Pakistan. Originally founded in 1898 in Qadian, India by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, the college was the inspiration of the community's founder Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. Originally starting out as a middle school, the institution traces its roots to two rooms in a guest house located in Qadian.

More reading: Talim-ul-Islam College homepage
Located at 31.72, 72.84 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 5 mi away.
Tags:Ahmadiyya educational institutions, Ahmadiyya in Pakistan, Educational institutions established in 1944, Gurdaspur, Islamic universities and colleges in India, Universities and colleges in Punjab, India

List of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community buildings and structures

This is a list of mosques, hospitals, schools and other structures throughout the world that are constructed/owned by the Ahmadiyya Community, arranged according to their respective countries. Additional information pertaining to the countries is also included. As of 2009, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has built over 15,055 mosques, 510 schools, and over 30 hospitals. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is established in 195 countries of the world.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 31.72, 72.84 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 5 mi away.
Tags:Ahmadiyya Muslim Community buildings and structures, Lists of Islamic buildings and structures

Fazl-e-Omar Hospital

Fazl-e-Omar Hospital, Rabwah is a leading private health care institute in an area of Punjab, Pakistan. It is run by the Ahmadiyya Jamaat. Founded in 1958 it has now become one of the finest medical facilities in the area providing hospital services not only to the local community but also to patients from towns and villages from further afield.

More reading: Fazl-e-Omar Hospital homepage
Located at 31.72, 72.84 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 5 mi away.
Tags:1958 establishments in Pakistan, Ahmadiyya Muslim Community buildings and structures, Hospitals established in 1958, Hospitals in Pakistan

Muhammadi Sharif

Muhammadi, also known as Jamia Muhammadi Sharif, is a village of Bhawana Tehsil in Chiniot District of Punjab province of Pakistan. It is named after Mian Muhammadi Juwan(a sufi and disciple of saints of Multan originally named Mian Imam Deen), located at 2 km of the left bank of the Chenab River. The village is famous due to its religious background. It's the home of Mualana Muhammad Zakir, a well known saint, and politician.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 31.72, 72.84 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 9 mi away.
Tags:Chiniot District, Populated places in Chiniot District

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