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PO BOX 1422
TEL 92-51-5565234
MOBILE +9203085254800
Contact Person AFTAB QURESHI

Guide Map


Book Centre Rawalpindi, is open all 7 days of the week from 10 A.M to 11 P.M


From the Airport, Rawalpindi Railway Station and Public Transport bus stand take a taxi for 32 Haider Road Sadar Rawalpindi or take one of the buses/ Coaches that comes to that area.

From Motorway/Grand trunk (GT Road) or from any area ahead towards ,Saddar Rawalpindi the center Porsche shopping area in the town.

By Rail
Rawalpindi Railway Station

The Rawalpindi Railway Station is located in the Saddar. The Railway Station was built in the 1880s by the government of British India. Book Centre is very near to the Rawalpindi Railway station.

Benazir Bhutto International Airport

is actually located at Chaklala which technically is a part of Rawalpindi. The airport is served by over 25 airlines, both national and international. If you take a taxi from the airport Book Centre Haider Road Saddar Rawalpindi is 15 minutes drive from the Airport.

A car parking is available in front of Book Centre, where car parking is easily available at all times. Parking is free all day / night and on Sundays and holidays.

Book Centre Location /Guide Map

Saddar, Rawalpindi, Pakistan, is the main commercial hub of Rawalpindi Cantonment. It is located between the Mall road and the main Railway lines[6] connecting Rawalpindi with down-country. It has some major business and commercial centres, main branches of major Pakistani banks and residential areas of British colonial era.
Haider Road

It is the first parallel road to the Mall Road and known for banks, photocopier shops and handicrafts’ outlets. Its old name is Lawrence Road and it connects Murree Road with Mahfooz Road which leads to the city Railway station. This road is the main passage of all the city transports which travel to all parts of the city as well as Islamabad.

Harding Road

This road connects Bank Road to the Mall Road and leads to the Cantonment Hospital just behind the Gakhar Plaza.

About Rawalpindi

Rawalpindi (Urdu: راولپنڈی,Rāwalpindī), locally known as Pindi, is a city in the Pothohar region of Pakistan near Pakistan’s capital city of Islamabad, in the province of Punjab. Rawalpindi is the fourth largest city in Pakistan after Karachi, Lahore and Faisalabad. In the 1950s, Rawalpindi was smaller than Hyderabad and Multan, but the city’s economy received a boost during the building of Islamabad (1959–1969), during which time Rawalpindi served as the national capital and its population increased from 180,000 at the time of independence to over 4.5 million in 2007.[citation needed] Rawalpindi is located in the northernmost part of the Punjab province, 275 km (171 mi) to the north-west of Lahore. It is the administrative seat of the Rawalpindi District. The total area of the city is approximately 154 square kilometres (59 sq mi). Rawalpindi is the military headquarters of the Pakistani Armed Forces.

Rawalpindi, named after Raja Pindi, is a bustling city on the northernmost part of the Punjab province, strategically located between the NWFP and Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Many tourists use the city as a stop before traveling towards the northern areas. Rawalpindi is also a prime destination for the expatriate community of Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Numerous shopping bazaars, parks and a cosmopolitan population attract shoppers from all over Pakistan and abroad. The city is home to several industries and factories. Islamabad’s international airport,is actually located in Rawalpindi, and serves both cities.

Rawalpindi also maintains strong links with the Pahari-Potwari speaking people of neighbouring Pakistan-administered Kashmir who have many businesses within the city and region.

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