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Geography of Peshawar

Geography

Peshawar is situated near the eastern end of the Khyber Pass and sits mainly on the Iranian plateau along with the rest of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. Peshawar is literally a frontier city of South-Central Asia and was historically part of the Silk Road.

The Vale of Peshawar is covered with consolidated deposits of silt, sands and gravel of recent geological times. The flood Plains/Zones are the areas between Kabul River and Budni Nala. The meander flood plain extends from Warsak in the Northwest towards Southeast in the upper Northern half of the district. The Kabul river enters the district in the Northwest. On entering the Peshawar Plain, the Kabul River is divided into several channels. Its two main channels are the Adizai River Eastward flows along the boundary with Charsadda District. Another channel branching from the right bank of the Naguman River is the Shah Alam, which again merges with Naguman River further in the East. In general the sub-soil strata is composed of gravels, boulders, and sands overlain by silts and clays. Sand, gravel and boulders are important aquifer extends to a depth of about 200 feet (61 m). As further confined water bearing aquifer occurs at depths greater than 400 feet (120 m).
Haze, 27 °C
Haze
24..33 °C
Feels Like: 35 °C
Wind Speed: -16248 kph, North
Humidity: 65%
Sunrise: 5:47 AM
Sunset: 18:40 PM
Moon Phase: Waxing Crescent
7-Day Forecast & Weather Details of Peshawar City
  
September 1, 2014 6 Dhul-Qadah 1435 Peshawar
فجر نمازFajr : 4:22
طلوع آفتابSunrise : 5:47
ظهر نمازDhuhr : 12:14
عصر نمازAsr : 3:51
مغرب نمازMaghrib : 6:41
عشاء نمازIsha : 8:07
  

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