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Green Namal Project

 Green Namal Project 

Salt Range Mountains near Namal looks dry so there was a need to start a move to plant trees and make area more green and beautiful. Purpose of the Green Namal is to protect the valley beauty and add value. 

Imran Khan's Namal Knowledge City thrives for guarding our natural, social and physical terrain, particularly that of Namal Valley Mianwali. The plan for Green Namal  is  to nurture a culture of terrain protection that's an essential demand for prosperous, progressive and Clean Pakistan. 

 Namal to Green Namal

 The word GREEN represents the colors of paradise  and also color of Pakistani Nation while the word Namal from Urdu word(انمول) means priceless land( جس کا کوئی مول نہیں) . Thus Namal geography, the monuments and the old land history of Namal valley embraces in its fold the veritably substance of Green Namal gospel. The natural world is a source of alleviation for its visual beauty that's the base for life on earth. The Green Namal action is meant to encourage and motivate all members of the Namal  to inculcate a sense of responsibility and commitment to come for planting trees to make  namal green. We're committed to the notion that a cleaner & greener terrain is essential to our unborn generations to flourish and thrive in healthy terrain and it will enhance beauty of namal. 

Green Namal Project will surely add more greenery and beauty to this salt range terrains.

Green Namal and Green Valley

 Namal Valley is some 30 kilometers down from Mianwali city and is nestled amidst the Salt Range along the border area of Punjab. The vale has a unique geomorphology and boasts multitudinous lakes of which Namal is most visible. The valley is also freckled with multitudinous lower lakes that stretch up to the valley of Soon Sakesar on the loftiest point of the Salt Range. The frugality is largely agricultural with husbandry and beast dominating the profitable exertion in the area. Namal Valley is also known as a sanctuary for numerous migratory species of birds and creatures that thrive in perfect ecosystem. 

Namal Lake is the most famous point of Namal Valley Mianwali. It has a face area of roughly 5.5 square kilometers and is the largest of the numerous lakes that are spread across the valley. The girding area serves as grazing ranges for sheeps and other animals that the occupants of the Valley reverse as a source of income. It's an seductive sightseer resort as people from across the Namal valley and beyond visit this place as a fun and picnic spot. It also serves as a perfect residence for colorful species of  migratory birds catcalls like Russian ducks and Siberian cranes that resettle to this place during layoffs. 

Namal University is located to its West on a high pedestal in the foothill of a scenic pinnacle near Salt Range. The Student Support Office of Namal University is very active through colorful pupil societies to make the stylish use of this natural gift for recreational, sports and academic conditioning. 

 Namal dam erected by the British Government in 1913 to conserve water coming from hill streams of water that ultimately gave shape to what's now called Namal Lake. It was aimed at creating a water resource for building Mianwali city distict buildings and flushing vast tracts of barren land to the western side of Mianwali. For over a century the levee has served as a constant source of precious water for the growers in the area. It also serves as an instigative excursion point for the excursionists as Namal Lake winds through the mountains that make it an seductive point for voyaging across the lake up to the levee. 

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