Bahrain
Bahrain

Bahrain lies at a distance of seven miles from Madyan. The meaning of its name is “two waters”. [1] About Imformation Behrain – www.pakimag.com  It is situated at the confluence of Daral and Swat rivers. Because of two rivers the atmosphere of Bahrain is always pleasant. The tourists visit here throughout the year. For staying there you can find many hotels with a reasonable rate. Bahrain is 4500 feet above from the sea level.[2] Situated at the confluence of Daral and – Swat rivers

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Location:Pakistan
Type:Valley
Local Language Name:بحرین
Coordinates :35.2075°N 72.5456°E
Details
Province:Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
District:Swat
People of Bahrain:Expert in the cottage industry of wood carving
Lakes:Daral & Saidgai lakes
Notable residents:Zubair Torwali is a scholar of Torwali language
Coldest month:January
Coldest temperature:4.8 °C (40.64 °F)
Elevation:1,435 m (4,708 ft)
Total Area:161 km
Population :112,000
Time zone:PST (UTC+5)
Area dialing code:0536-0937
Languages:Urdu,English,Pothohari,Pushto
Situated :66 km from Saidu Sharif and is 10km from Madyan
Temperature :16.6 °C (61.88 °F)
Sea level:4500 feet above
Meaning of its Name:Two Waters

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Detail

Bahrain

History

A quarter of an hour past Madyan, the road squeezes through Behrain. Tourists stop to shop or have a look around for beautiful carved wood chairs and tables and other handicrafts. Behrainis are a mix of Pashtuns and Kohistanis (Torwali). Behrain is ten kilometres north of Madyan and only slightly higher, at about 1,400 metres (4,500 feet). It is another popular riverside tourist resort, with bazaars worth exploring for their handicrafts. Some of the houses have carved wooden doors, pillars and balconies. These show a remarkable variety of decorative motifs, including floral scrolls and bands of ornamental diaper patterns almost identical to those seen on Buddhist shrines and quite different from the usual Muslim designs. Because of intersection of two rivers this place is said to be call Bahrain. (intersection of two Rivers) [3] History –  History 

Location

Bahrain

The town of Bahrain is situated 66 km from Saidu Sharif and is 10km from Madyan. It is another popular riverside resort, with bazaars worth exploring for their handicrafts. The surrounding area has beautiful valleys and is suitable for hiking. The mosques and buildings are worth seeing for wooden carved pillars and other fixtures.[4] Area has beautiful valleys and is suitable – for hiking

Climate

Bahrain

Bahrain has a humid subtropical climate (Cfa) under the Köppen climate classification. The average temperature in Bahrain is 16.6 °C (61.88 °F), while the annual precipitation averages 866 mm (34.1 in). November is the driest month with 21 mm (0.8 in) of precipitation, while March, the wettest month, has an average precipitation of 120 mm (4.7 in).[5] Weather of Behrain www accu – weather.com

People of Bahrain

The people of Bahrain are expert in the cottage industry of wood carving, that’s why wood work can be seen everywhere in the region. Similarly, it serve as perfect base camp of a charming trail that leads to Daral & Saidgai lakes.[6] People of Bahrain 

Tourist Attractions

The meaning of Bahrain is two rivers. This is because Daral and swat rivers meet here. Due to this, the atmosphere is mostly pleasant in Bahrain. There are resorts and bazaars which are known for its handicrafts. Tourists visit this place throughout the year because many hotels can be found at cheap rates. Furthermore, Bahrain is known for its mosques and buildings and the surrounding area has beautiful valleys which are suitable for hiking. [7] Tourist Attractions