Mandi-Bahauddin Geographical Conditions

Brief description of the district

District Mandi-Bahaudddin is bounded on the north west by the river Jhelum, on the South-East by the river Chenab which separates it from Districts Gujranwala and Gujrat and on the South west by District Sargodha.
District Mandi-Bahauddin is spread over an area of 2,673 square Kilometres and Comprises of three Tehsils.

i) Mandi-Bahauddin

ii) Phalia

iii) Malakwal

Climate and general soil conditions

This district has moderate climate, which is hot in summer and cold in winter. During peak summer the day temperature shoots to 45ºC. In the summer hot spells below but the winter months are very pleasant and the minimum temperature may fall below 2ºC. The average rain fall in the district is 50 Cm.