Sohawa is in the north-western part of Jhelum district, Punjab, on the subcontinental Grand Trunk Road (GT Road) between Gujar Khan and Dina. The geographical coordinates of its weather station are 33° 07' 15" North, 73° 25' 34".
The folk etymology suggests Soo Awa, which means "100 pottery furnaces".
The death of Muhammad Ghori, 1206 AD
(Pic:- From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, 1915.)
Source - Jat Kshatriya Culture
The population mostly consists of different tribes. One of the major professions in Sohawa is service in the Armed Forces. A large number of people of Sohawa are settled in foreign countries particularly Western Europe and Middle East. The main source of livelihood of the people is agriculture.
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