Kaschanatar is located near LOC, next to Bhimber in Azad Kashmir, at the distance of 117 km from Islamabad at an altitude of 390 meters. The Himalayan ranges in this valley are low lying foothills so local residents make the forms by carving for irrigating crops such as wheat and corn. The Chanar stream flows in the center of valley and is the main source of water for irrigation and other usages. This valley has historical importance, as area was remained in use by Mughal Emperors 200 years ago.

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