It is located at 31°57’34N 74°28’57E at an elevation of 218 metres and lies between the rivers Jhelum and Chenab.The main highway that runs from Lahore to Rawalpindi is about 25 km northeast of Dinga. There is evidence that this town was established in the 16th century. The easiest way to reach Dinga from abroad is to fly in to the airport at Islamabad, and then take a bus or some other means of transport to Dinga. It takes 2 hours to reach Dinga from Islamabad by road and 3 hours from Lahore.Before the partition in 1947, Muslims, Hindus, and Sikhs used to live here in harmony. To reach Dinga from Islamabad you will travel on Grand Trunk (GT) Road – the main highway that runs from Rawalpindi to Lahore.
Alternatively you can fly to Lahore Air-port, take a bus to Kharian city , in this case you will trave from Lahore to Islamabad on same GT road.The condition of the GT road from Rawalpindi/Islamabad to Kharian is excellent, and the road from Kharian to Dinga is reasonably good for travel. An alternate way to reach Dinga from India is to fly in to the airport at Sargodha (which is due southwest of Dinga), and then take a train or some other means of transport to Dinga. Toppa House (Fatimah Toppa built this extravagant place) 2. Dinga is about 100 km from the border that separates Pakistan and India, the city is famous in Pakistan for meethi saunf (sugar coated aniseeds). There is evidence that this town was established in the 16th century.Before the partition in 1947, Muslims, Hindus, and Sikhs used to live here in harmony.Al-Azhar, mawlids, railways), and also to items relevant to one subject but classified under another.