Kohat - Wikipedia
Kohat (Pashto: کوهاټ , Urdu: کوہاٹ ), is a city in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan which serves as the capital of the Kohat District.The city is regarded as a centre of the Bangash tribe of Pashtuns, who have lived in the region since the late 15th century. It is the 35th largest city of Pakistan and fourth largest in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Kohat | Pakistan | Britannica
Kohat, town, south-central Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Pakistan. The town lies just north of the Kohat Toi River at the entrance to the Kohat Pass, through which a military road was opened in 1901. The new town lies at some distance from the original 14th-century town, traditionally said to have
Kohat - History Pak
Kohat has got so much military importance as the ISSB centre is located here for the recruitment of new commissioned officers for the Armed forces. Pakistan Air Force has got a fully fledged air base in which all the facilities and technology is being places as present in other major air bases on the country. The people of this area are very keen and motivated towards the development of their ...
Kohat, A brief introduction - kohat.info
Raja Kohat gave his name to the town of Kohat and Raja Adh to the ruins. of an old fort on the hill side north of Muhammadzai, a village four miles to the west of. Kohat. The remains of this fort, which is known as Adh-i-Samut, consist of the ruins here. and there of the old ramparts. The only other remnant of the Buddhist days is a road . cut out of the mountain aide, near the Kohat Kotal ...
Kohat | Article about Kohat by The Free Dictionary
Kohat (kō`hät), town (1981 pop. 55,832), N Pakistan, on the Kohat Toi River.The town, enclosed by a wall with 14 gates, is noted for its cotton fabrics and lungis. Kohat contains a 19th-century British fort built on the site of an old Sikh fortress.