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Said Pur Village

Saidpur is a 400 or 500 year old Pakistani village in built on the slopes of the Margalla Hills which overlook Islamabad, Pakistan. Saidpur is named after Said Khan, one of the sons of Sultan Sarang, the Gakhar chief of the Potohar region during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Babur. The Emperor Jahangir's memoir, Tuzke Jahangiri, mentions him halting at a place “beyond Rawalpindi”, on his way to Kabul, which is assumed to be Saidpur. The Capital Development Authority (CDA) of Islamabad is developing Saidpur into a tourist attraction at the cost of about 400 million rupees.

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