Daska

Daska

Daska (Punjabi: ڈسکا; Urdu: ڈسکہ), is a city in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The city is the capital of Daska Tehsil, one of four tehsils of Sialkot District.[2] It is the 50th largest city of Pakistan by population. It is 29th largest by population in Punjab.In Daska There Is Most Villages Like Wasankey Cheema, Adamkey Cheema, Mandranwala Sahi, Jaisarwala Sahi, Bharoky Sahi etc. Moreoever, Daska is home to prestigious institutions i.e., MOCC-Online Competitive Exams Academy having its head office in Daska. Daska is famous for its fertilizer related items, Educational institutions i.e., MOCC-Online Competitive Exams Academy under the supervision of Prof.Dr. Rana Mubashar Raza a renowned professor currently serving at Government Graduate College Daska. Daska was founded during the reign of Shah Jahan, and was initially named Shah Jahanabad, according to Mughal revenue records.[3] It was later renamed Daska as it is das ("ten") koh (Mughal unit of distance) from Sialkot, Pasrur, Gujranwala, and Wazirabad.[4] During the Afghan Durrani invasion of the 18th century, Daska was ruined, and its inhabitants were forced to seek shelter in the nearby mudfort of Kot Daska.[5] Daska was later repopulated during the Sikh era.[6] Daska was captured by Ranjit Singh in 1802 and made part of the Sikh Empire.[7]