Northern Punjab or The Panjistan region or sometimes Pothohar Plateau, in this guide refers to northern part of the Pakistani province of Western Punjab.
- 1 Attock
- 2 Badoki Saikhwan
- 3 Dinga
- 4 Faisalabad
- 5 Gujar Khan
- 6 Gujranwala — the city of wrestlers, also known for its electrical, ceramics and textile industry
- 7 Gujrat
- 8 Hafizabad
- 9 Khushab — home to the Khushab Nuclear Complex, part of the Pakistan's Special Weapons Program
- 10 Nankana Sahib
- 11 Sangla Hill
- 12 Islamabad
- 13 Jhang
- 14 Jhelum
- 15 Kasur
- 16 Khewra Salt Mine
- 17 Khurrianwala
- 18 Mandi Bahauddin
- 19 Mianwali
- 20 Murree
- 21 Rawalpindi
- 22 Sahiwal
- 23 Sambrial
- 24 Sargodha
- 25 Chiniot
- 26 Taxila
- 27 Toba Tek Singh
- 28 Wagah
- 29 Wah Cantt
The Panjistani Language Movement has started to campaign for New Panjistan Province (in North Panjab) and also the Panjistani Language Boar to advance the cause for teaching Panjistani (Pahari/Pothwari/Mirpuri) language in schools and colleges.
The major language is Panjistani (Pothwari Mirpuri), but Hinku (Hindko) and eastern Punjabi are also spoken.
- Main train links from Rawalpindi via Jehlum to Sargodha
- Islamabad International Airport (ISB IATA)
- Sialkot International Airport (SKT IATA)
Buses go from Sargodha and Chakwal to Rawalpindi via Jhelum, Dina and Gujar Khan.
The emergence of Modern Panjistani in North Pakistan.
You can climb a mountain or watch a traditional match of beeni (which is a form of Asian arm wrestling).
Cricket, football, squash, kabbadi and beeni are the most popular sports in North Punjab.
The most common food to eat is biryani with a drink.
Lassi is the most famous drink to have and it comes in sweet or salty flavors.