Sialkot Geographical Conditions

Brief description of the district

Gujrat district and State of Jamu and Kashmir lie on north of Sialkot. Narowal falls on its North- East, whereas Gujranwala district is situated on its West and Narowal district touches Sialkot in the South.
Sialkot district is spread over an area of 3,016 square kilometres and comprises the tehsil of:

i) Sialkot

ii) Daska

iii) Pasrur

iv) Sambrial

The other important towns of the district are Chowinda, Begowala, Kotli Loharan and Mitranwali.

Climate and general soil conditions

District Sialkot is hot and humid during summer and cold during winter. June and July are the hottest months. The maximum temperature during winter may drop to 4ºC. The land is generally plain and fertile. The average annual rain fall is about 1000 mm.