Sudhnoti District

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Sudhnoti (Urdu: ضلع سدھنوتی‎) is a district of Azad Kashmir in Pakistan.

Sudhnoti was the main site from where struggle against dogras and British imperialists was made. It remained the capital of Azad Kashmir and Jammu before it was shifted to Muzafferabad. It was named Sudhnoti in 2000 as a new district of Azad Kashmir and Jammu in the honour of the Sudhen tribe.

Administration[change | change source]

The district is divided into four tehsils

Notable people[change | change source]

Population[change | change source]

Sudhnati has a population of 242,000. Kiyani/Gakhhars, Awan, Khwaja, Sudhan, Qureshi, Mughal and Dar are main tribes of this area.