Manwan Ni Hell

Manwan ni hell is the lowest place in Union Council, Birote, it is located on three provincial borders: North-West Frontier Province, Punjab and Azad Kashmir on the right bank of the Jhelum River. This place was of historical importance and contains relics as it was a crossing point between Kashmir and Taxila during the time of the Gandharan kingdom. Manwan ni hell was the first town of the Kethwal and Satti tribes who settled much of the current Circle Bakote and Murree Hills area before the arrival of Karhlal and Dhond Abbasi tribes six centuries ago.

There are eight houses built of blue stone and mud with wooden roofs owned by Chandal Dhond Abbasies more than five families. The place possessed a rich historical assets as a crossing point between Kashmir and Taxila in Gandhara time, the first town of Kethwal and Satti tribe who constructed current Circle Bakote and Murree Hills civilization and Dhondi/Karheali languages before the arrival of Karhlal and Dhond Abbasi tribe six centuries ago. There are a few graves with east and west directions in an old graveyard of Katwal tribe showing the history and Gandhara grave culture of before the dawn of Islam in Taxila Kingdom. This place was linked to Patten (Old Kohala) in north with a road along right bank of River Jhelum to Mirpur in AJK. In that time it was a cultural as well as a business centre, but it had lost its importance ion the beginning of nineteenth century (1750–1800) when the Gakherhs failed to control all this region and it accompanied by Ranjit Singh field marshal Hari Singh Nalva in 1803. A battle occurred there and all houses of Katwal and Satti tribes were gutted, all ladies and children became slaves by brutal HS Nalva and his army. He developed another place Pattan (Old Kohala) as a business and trade centre and established an army post at old Dak Bagallow. Manwan Ni hell is called this place now because after the bloodshed of Nalwa Army only old and oldest ladies of Katwal and Satties tribes were remained there.

There are a few historic graves facing in the east and west directions in an old graveyard of the Katwal tribe showing the historical remnant of the Gandhara grave culture before the dawn of Islam in the Taxila Kingdom. This place was linked to Patten (Old Kohala) in the north with a road along right bank of River Jhelum to Mirpur in AJK. In that time it was a cultural as well as a business centre, but it had lost its importance in the beginning of nineteenth century (1750–1800) when the Gakhars lost control of this region and it was occupied by Ranjit Singh's field marshal Hari Singh Nalwa in 1803. A battle occurred there and all houses of Katwal and Satti tribes were gutted, all ladies and children became slaves by brutal Nalwa and his army. He developed another place Pattan (Old Kohala) as a business and trade centre and established an army post at old Dak Bungalow. This place is called Manwan Ni hell because after the bloodshed of Nalwa Army only old ladies of Katwal and Satties tribes remained there.

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