Chawinda is a town of the tehsil Pasrur of Sialkot District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 32°23'08.05" N 74°42'43.94" E with an altitude of 165 metres (544 feet). It is known as "the Graveyard of Tanks" because of the large number of tanks destroyed in the Battle of Chawinda during the 1965 Indian Pakistan war. It is located north of Pasrur and south east of Sialkot. It is linked to the cities of Sialkot and Narowal through rail and road connections. It is also linked through road to town Zafarwal via village Dugri Harian, Theroo Mandi in the east and Philora, KanaWali, Chobara and Kingra in the north.
Latitude: 31° 04' 60.00" N
Longitude: 74° 43' 59.99" E
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