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Some pictures of Samasatta

Samasata railway station S.P.R. Rajasthan North India 1919 pic by TRJ Ward

Samasatta is a small beautiful town located in the Seraiki waseb of Pakistan (in the Punjab province).

The following locations related to Samasatta are represented by the the shortest path as the crow would fly between any two points and may not be nearest by road. For example, Samasatta is located 15.5 kilometre from Bahawalpur, 24.3 kilometre from Lodhran, 32.2 kilometre from Yazman, and 36.1 kilometre from Dhanote.

Here are some beautiful recent and historical pictures of Sama Satta which have been collected from various sources. Thanks to Engineer Muhammad Junaid Rashid, Vicky and Royal Geographical Society of the UK.

Railway station platform

Samasatta junction and platform

Domes and platform

Domes 2

Dak Bugalow



Domes – near station


A flower

Soil and weed

Linseed plant with maroon flower

Thorny rose cactus group

Aak flower

Clouds – a rare scene

Sunset and date trees

Categories: Sariki Region
  1. Nutkani
    June 26, 2010 at 7:45 am

    We are not part of sraikistan and sraiki only adopted sraiki langueg dont say that DI Khan DG khan Rajan pur is the part of sraikistan we are Baloch and want to resolve in Great Balochistan we dont require sraiki identity We are Baloch only LONG LIFE GREATER BALOCHISTAN,,,,, WE R NOT acepting this map foolish sraiki

    • zeeshan
      October 26, 2010 at 5:32 am

      how dare to compare my sariki province to balochistan u cant compare to our highly educated province.u leading stone age your life in balochistan. leading fudal life there u talking about our province its all bullshit.

    • sajid mazari
      June 8, 2013 at 5:48 am

      Dear all it is not to time to fight each other as all know that some districts of balochistan are also the part of saraikistan so don,t fight each other every one know that our rights are snatched by the lobbi and baloch and sariki should mind this that they are like brothers.

  2. Zakoota
    July 10, 2010 at 12:50 pm

    Very good photos indeed, I lived in that area but didnot know it is such beautiful.
    On saraiki sooba, for sooba people have to sacrifice and struggle. M A durani like leader wont be able to make this happen

  3. Sara Khan
    August 12, 2010 at 2:30 pm

    hey,Mr.Nutkani.mind your language,u r having your own province ,Balochistan,for balochi people ,then y u living in punjab,leave these saraiki areas and live in ypur own province ,ok

    • sajid mazari
      June 8, 2013 at 5:57 am

      Sara Khan I request you don,t use harsh and immoral words being saraiki it is against the saraiki culture if some one is commitng mistake you should not repeating Khan as every one knows that both the Baloch and Saraiki are underdominted by some lobbi so kindly requsting you that don.t fight only promote your culture language and area and your motto should be saraikistan not fight with balouch people as they are power less like saraiki

  4. wIz
    August 15, 2010 at 6:38 pm

    It’s a real shame to fight on such type of foolish issues…
    V should not say our balochistan or our saraikistan..
    It is Pakistan.. V are all pakistanis and we should be proud to have such a diverse culture in our country..
    But Alas!! 90% of us are sinking this ship

  5. September 14, 2010 at 2:30 pm

    i borned in samasatta please see me

  6. muhammad sajid bashir
    October 11, 2010 at 9:12 am

    my name is muhammad sajid bashir. i live in sama satta .my age is 28 year. iam player in a cricket. sama satta is a literate city. all young generation is educated.but basic fasilety is not avalible.i and my all friends estiblished the NGO the name Al karam social development organization sama satta . our NGO is more and more struggle is different gender issue the name .health ,educatioin, women development enviornment .vocational & Computr traning instituite .student community center .distibute the 100 wheal chair of disable person in sama satta .our NGO more and more struggle developed the sama satta .

  7. Nutkani
    November 4, 2010 at 7:10 pm

    we r baloch not be sraiki dont think that we r only Great Baloch we r not be living in panjuk we r living in Great Indeus Baloch land if u have power and having strength u may come and fight against DG Khan we r showing u who is i we r burn for die for our Baloch mother land we know that what is u. we want Balochistan not be sraikistan if u want sraikistan u may made it only non Baloch places mean Multan and bhawalpur etc not be Baloch national places…

  8. Nutkani
    November 4, 2010 at 7:13 pm

    if sraiki is a tribe show me history u dont now that tribe r made by there history how we r accepting that u r a tribe not be a language…

  9. Saad Malik
    January 25, 2011 at 12:02 pm


  10. Sohail Ahmed Khan
    February 2, 2011 at 8:10 am

    I m a Boloch but currently residing in Samasatta.I want sooba Bahawalpur not Saraikistan.Punjab province is too big and not distributing development funds equally for whole province specially for Southern Punjab. We are at the stage of dissatisfaction so division of Punjab become mandatory.

  11. shahid
    April 18, 2011 at 8:15 am

    reaily nice and paceful place to stay there

  12. muhammad zaeem
    May 16, 2011 at 5:50 am

    This is my believer place.I have spend child hood there. My father is a teacher Railway high school.

    • M. Yaseen
      September 24, 2012 at 10:30 am

      aslam zaeem plz. tell me about u and ur father bcoz i m also lived in sama sata and have some great moment in my life plz tel me your father name i also studied in railway high school m. Yaseen aygraphicfsd@yahoo.com

  13. naveed
    July 23, 2011 at 1:20 pm

    HYYY guys ! this is naveed waris . does nt matter ! where ever live , how beautifull place it has, The fact is ! i have never ever seen place like this . i spend my child hood, teen at there .i saw every good and bad moments there . so i have to say that I LOVE SAMA SATTA. But i am very sorry i could do nothing for my twon.

  14. sohial(vera) sherwney
    July 31, 2011 at 8:58 pm

    i love sama satta i bon ther but right now i am in UAE i miss all that time we i was ther

  15. Javed Malik
    December 11, 2011 at 12:01 pm

    Slamm to All,
    Golden memories of sama satta and railway high school are unforgettable for me. I am really missing my school days and Sama Satta. I believe whatever achievement in my life due to Sama satta.

    Javed Malik

  16. mohsin malik
    December 24, 2011 at 3:08 pm

    hye dears i am mohsin malik from sama satta.i have working in lahore with an engineering company but when i am free i have trying to spend maximum time in my beloved city sama satta is a very comfortable place and having a good ststus in saraiki wasaib may allaha shower his countless blessings on my beloved city.

  17. Muhammad saqib imran
    February 12, 2012 at 11:35 am

    Junaid…. Great pics..i tried to get the places frm where u capture them and found all the memorable places.whether we make an alloy to gether data of people of sama sata around the world??? Need suggestions frm all of u…this wil help most of us in future distinations,as we find a person of our own home town .wil wait for positive reponses n sugesstions

  18. muhammad rauf
    March 29, 2012 at 2:26 pm

    I m a punjabi but currently residing in Samasatta.I want sooba Bahawalpur not Saraikistan.Punjab province is too big and not distributing development funds equally for whole province specially for Southern Punjab. We are at the stage of dissatisfaction so division of Punjab become mandatory.

  19. April 28, 2012 at 7:36 pm

    I really love my birth place Sama Satta….

  20. raza jatoi
    May 4, 2012 at 12:22 pm


  21. zafar malik
    May 9, 2012 at 5:49 am

    i live in Sama Satta Bahawalpur.this is very nice city and all the people love to each other . i love my city. i am Zafar Malik and this is my e-mail id zafar2201@yahoo.com

  22. ZAFAR
    May 11, 2012 at 7:45 am

    …..Khuda Aur Muhabat….

  23. May 15, 2012 at 2:19 pm

    zara khan lion jahan bhe ho lion he hota he so baloch jahan bhe ho wo apna calture aur apni gherat sab se agey rakhta he lehaza nutkani baloch tribe se belong karey hain tarikh parha karo bhot qurbaniyan de hain humarey bazrogon ne hum to ajj bhe govt se khetey aa rahey hain k D G KHAN, RAJAN PUR aur TAUNSA SHRIF in ilakon ko BALOCHISTAN main shamil kia jaye.1 aur bat SHAHEED NAWAB AKBAR KHAN BALOCH jab govt se larney pharon pe gaye they to sab se pheley hum ne awaz uthai the aur hum fakhar kartey hain SHAHEED NAWAB AKBAR KHAN BUGTI PE. (Khuram nutkani)

    • zafar malik
      May 16, 2012 at 1:14 pm

      mr natkani sb baloch itne bahadar hote to aaj kute ki mout na mar rahe hote jaise akbar bugti kute ki mout mra hai understand baloch buzdil koum hai

      • October 24, 2012 at 5:57 pm

        Zafar Malik, sb. let’s not put this thing to provoke our sentiments of our brothers and sisters who are baloch. fact is our enemy wants to fan these differences but if we are wise enough we need to calm the situation down by not highlthing the differences among ethnicties of our countries but make it as bond which our country unite us all and that is Pakistan. I love Balochistan., KPK, Punjab, seraikistan, Hazara, Kashmir, FATA and each n eevry place of this beautiful country.God bless .

  24. June 8, 2012 at 6:57 pm

    What a fool we are,Those bastards rulers known as landlords rule this country for 65 years with traitor army generals, & know they don’t see anymore leading future those areas that is why they ask & making fool of people of Pakistan just like Mujeeb-u-rehman of Bangal he tried to merge bangal with india after got independence. My ? is that as we are Muslims and all know know Allah is the true owner of this universe & PBUH has clearly given us the path how to live & divide what is naturally gifted to humans.Its so simple & as Muslim we must believe in Quran,hadees & sunnah We will find our answer & rights those bastards are playing divide & rule just like british ,All those bastard traitor landlords ruled from the day Pakistan came in to existence & what they have delivered nothing just divide Muslim nation in to sindhi.bunglali,baloch,punjabi,pathan & mahajir.Remember the words you have read in books enemy (one) can break single stick easily but will not break bundle of bricks & as Muslim we are brothers & sisters we must protect all Muslim ummah not just our our provincial tribes or our country.We must stand for our brothers weather they are in Baluchistan, Philistine,Kashmir, Chechnya or Cyprus(part of Turkey) or Afghanistan & kill those bastard munafiq who support Kuffar.We know normal innocent 90 % of not just pakistanies but also all of Muslim Nation want to be unite once again just like the time of our PBUH & Khulfah , We all are suffering from the traitors & Munafiq in the form of generals who were loyal to british once then given to Pakistan,Landlord or bureaucracy & westren countries who support them rad the books CIA & pantagone wrote on landlords system that this system will secure there entrust in All Muslim states & if people began to follow Islam & PBUH there will be boom of Islmization in the world & Muslims will fight back for justice in the world.So brother think twice before speak I love each & every Muslim in this World as we are brothers & sisters be united to fight cruel system supported by kafers & Munafiq people in Muslims.

  25. June 30, 2012 at 5:47 pm

    my name jahanzaib ali , sama satta is a beautiful city , it is historical place . barbados crocket club is very famiouse in sama satta . this pic is beautifull.

    • M. Yaseen
      September 24, 2012 at 10:47 am

      hi i am yaseen lived in sama sata and leave it for Faisalabad 1993 after Matric Exams I also played cricket and in one tournament we defeated barbados cricket club in 1992. plz tell me about u thanks M. Yaseen

  26. zeeshan roshan
    November 30, 2012 at 12:34 pm

    hi my name is Zeeshan Roshan. I born in sama satta. i miis my school serani model and government school. i always miss my school and teacher i really miss the canal where we swim in summer season jump over the tree. after back my dad beat me with my grandfather walking stick it was very fun. i still remeber people of sama satta very generous and young generation literatcy rate 80% i was surprised when i know that. most talented boys and girls live in this small town. i miss my teacher who teach me urdu ashraf sahib sheik sharif sahib and qazi gullam hassan sahib mehboob sahib saeed sir most inteligent most knoweledgeable person is majeed saddiqi, i really don’t know where is he? but i missing him a lot. i visit my school i really very happy to see my school. jalal masseh open the school for us. soon i upload my school pics.

  27. Abdullah Naeem Abbasi
    January 16, 2013 at 10:58 am

    Sama Satta is a place full of Memories and happiness where i spend joyefull moments.

  28. March 15, 2013 at 5:22 am

    Very nice pics

  29. kashi rajput
    April 22, 2013 at 3:09 pm

    i love my city sama satta….

  30. May 4, 2013 at 4:49 am

    i like it

  31. ali zaib
    September 26, 2013 at 5:02 pm

    hi friends how r u all,i m very much pleased to see all the beautiful pic of samasata,i want to know brief histrory of samasata .if somebody help me nd inform me at my email address ,alizaibbwp@yahoo.com,i sall be great thankful to them,

    best regards ,
    Ali zaib nazir

  32. MS Baloch
    December 14, 2014 at 4:09 am

    Friend. You have posted very beautiful Samasatta pictures. My old home. Fourth picture from the top with 3 dome building looks like my childhood home. This dome building housed 3 railway officials. As you look at the photo one on the right does not have dome my home. Middle home has 2 domes and the left house had one dome.I lived in this house 1933 to 1949. Samasatta Railway school was up to 8th grade and for matric you went to Bahawalpur. There were 4 dome buildings near the railway station , the Dak Bungalow, my home, then another dome building next to my home which housed 4 families,and then the ticket ghar,1st class waiting room across the platform. I live overseas now. If available please send latest Samasatta pictures.
    God Bless

  33. abdulqadiralvi
    January 24, 2015 at 5:04 pm

    I love city hockey club sama satta

  34. kamran
    May 13, 2015 at 1:05 pm

    Hi i am Kamran Serani

  35. shoaibakhtar1
    August 11, 2015 at 6:52 am

    I wish my school days could have dragged on a little longer, or that I could go back and do it later in life. I will miss Pakistan Railway High School and memories of Samma Satta my whole life.
    Shoaib Akhtar
    SSC Group 2006

  36. March 4, 2016 at 2:39 pm

    nice i mis sama satta $ school days >>>>>>

  37. Dr Shahid Qayyum
    June 7, 2017 at 7:42 am

    I was not born in Samma Satta but my father moved to the place in my pre-school days somewhere in the 1950s. Actually I do not have too many vivid memories of the period when my parents moved from Lahore to this sleepy little town. I relish my childhood period spent in this place before I was sent to a boarding school up in the mountainous north. That was before I entered my teens. My father was also posted out to Karachi division. I have always remembered Samma Satta in good stead because that was my childhood place and whatever I read in Radiant Way Readers, I tried to apply to the local landscape. Recently I came across an article ‘The nightingales of Multan’ (The Dawn April 30) wherein it was disclosed that famous Indian Singer/actor K.L.Saigal worked as a time keeper in Samma Satta railway establishment before he he moved to Bombay prior to partition of the subcontinent. That inspired me to search for the place on the net and am happy that the place has developed substantially with a number of educational institutions and that some old sons of the soil are also taking keen interest in its development. I will try to re-visit my childhood place whenever I find some time. I am a busy professional based in Lahore and Samma Satta is well over 300 km away so it has to be a well planned trip. The planned sojourn is on the cards anyway.
    Dr. Shahid Qayyum
    cell: 03008852842

  38. Dr Shahid Qayyum
    June 9, 2017 at 7:16 am

    After having written my comments on Samma Satta a couple of days earlier I went through the write ups of other residents/ex-residents of the town and found some of them interesting and worth a reply. The one by Mr. MS Baluch is interesting in many respects; his description of the domed buildings and travelling to Bahawalpur for secondary school education in the absence of a facility in the town. I can vouch for both. The house he says he lived in is just next to the railway fence guarding the station premises and some of my friends/acquaintances lived there and I had the opportunity of visiting the houses umpteen times. Our school was up to grade eight at the time and boys had to commute to neighboring Bahawalpur for high school admissions. I was in junior school but always fancied the idea of travelling to Bahawalpur on daily basis by train. I thought it would be so much adventure and entertainment to be senior enough to travel by train at my own and that too on daily basis. My father had other ideas though and started reckoning for a boarding school, Sadiq Public School, Cadet College Hassan Abdal and Military College Jehlum were among the few institutions he had short listed. I ended up in Abbottabad Public School instead.
    A picture of the sign board of Railway Dak Bunglow(Rest House) reminded me of my love for flowers which were scanty in this dry, scorching railway settlement. The rest house was well kept with beds of flowers of Merry Gold. Tress passing through the premises was not allowed. I would dodge the keeper of the building entering through the main gate facing the railway track and exit by the side door, picking a few flowers on the way. It was my routine whenever I happened to pass that way. Ultimately the keeper also came to know about my ‘adventures’ and my father’s position and started looking askance.
    The Green Park opposite the school was another place I loved because of its green environs and carried my lunch break snacks there. My father used to play tennis in the club nearby and I always looked forward to the discarded tennis balls which I got aplenty and used them so carelessly that once when our house sewage drain was dug up for removal of blockage, nearly half a dozen of them were found lining the drain.
    There was not much to enjoy in the town other than outdoor sports. Hockey, football, cricket, pithoo and hide and seek were the games we enjoyed. Eating out was not the norm in those days nor were the eateries available around. There were some small time vendors selling, dahi vadas, chana chaat and gol gappas outside the school during the break and I was always in a fix as to what to eat and what to leave because of limited pocket money. Ice lollies and pind khajoor(small local dates0 were sometimes vended outside our houses under the blazing mid day sun and we hardly ever let go a chance to buy them. Life was really enjoyable and still worth reminiscing.
    Life at the boarding school, the professional college and later in the UK was wonderful but the childhood memories of Samma Satta still haunt me.
    If some one likes to share his memories of the place, he is welcome to get in touch with me through my email account:
    Dr. Shahid Qayyum.

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