"DINA - A Gateway to Rohtas Fort" Dina by Pakistaniguy
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1st January 2004:
Today was the first day of the new year and i was on picnic with my friends and cousin to Rohtas Fort.
If you are coming on GT Road from Lahore and going to Rohtas fort, it is must for you to drive through Dina and then take a left turn after 8 Kms. So, we did the same !
Dina is a small village/town and the biggest thing in this village/town is the GT Road, which was made by a King of Sub-Continent Sher Shah Suri, who came from Afghanistan and ruled India for sometime. GT Road passes through the center of Dina and the life is all around this road.
Dina is 85 Kms approximately from Islamabad and people only make a short stop for either fueling or to get refreshed. This is the largest town or village close to Rohtas Fort so, if you would like to buy bateries, camera or video film or anything to eat, its better that u buy from here. Otherwise, there is nothing else to see here :-)
I hope this information will be helpful for you to plan your future trips. Your comments are most welcome.
Best Wishes from Dina,
- In a nutshell:Just stop for a drink and continue !
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