Rahimyar Khan

Rahim Yar Khan or Rahimyar Khan (Urdu: رحیم یار خان) is a city in the Punjab district of Pakistan.

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Junaid Jamshaid

Has a good collection for groom's wear and for those who want to buy something special for their husband or fiancé. Its neran’g (women's un-stitched wear) is also very famous locally. Price are quite reasonable as far as cloths are concerned but ladies' hand bags are quite expensive though unique.

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Borjan

Very wide range of shoes in a very reasonable price. They know the art of salesmanship so one can get shoes up to his/her satisfaction level.

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Sha posh

Ladies' and kids' wear in very reasonable prices. One can find very good stuff and material in stitched and un-stitched cloths.

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Time Garments

It is a Place at which every kind of Men's Garments(Dress pent,shirt/Jeanes/Trousers/T-shirt etc) are available at low price.



Bareeze

One of the famous brands for ladies’ and kids’ wear. It has a huge collection of un-stitched material especially for brides.

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Chen One

Good variety of accessories rather than that of cloths or shoes, in modern styles.

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About Rahimyar Khan

Rahim Yar Khan city is one of the few cities in the world that are still at their pioneering stage since the formation of cities like London and Damascus. It has been renamed customarily amid last 5000 years. The first known name was Aror or Alor, and then it became the City of Pattan, Phul Wada, Noshehra and now Rahim Yar Khan.

Rahim Yar Khan is one of the modern district headquarter cities in Punjab. Although the city seems a far off place to those living in Lahore, Karachi or Islamabad, it has very good civic facilities. It is connected with rest of Pakistan by air, rail and road and all types of telecommunication links are available. The city has good educational facilities in public, and Sheikh Zayed Medical College and Khawja Fareed Engineering University is the latest addition to these.

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