Hund, a small village containing approximately 80 households situated on the bank of Indus River Abbasen, lies about half-way between Attock and Tarbela Dam. In Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, it is also among one of the the important sites of Gandhara ruins situated in the outreach of Swabi. Among several other places in the city, Hund is one of the many attractive picnic spot in summers situated in the heart of nature, culture and tradition. To revive its lost fame and glory, the government had taken numerous steps in past to develop the place into a tourist attraction but still lack in maintenance and facilities. There are no proper roads, unavailability of foods and its varieties and improper management. Despite the problems, in every summer or festival days, the spot is still host to thousands of visitors who come for picnics and to have a relaxing time. The chilling water of the river bank is the best way to beat the heat. Moreover, fish is one of the most popular foods for taste buds, while the Hund museum also attracts thousands of visitors each year. Hund Historical Affiliation 1) The actual name of Hund is Udabhandapura. Alexander arrived here in 327 BC as he crossed the River Indus in Hund when one of his generals prepared a boat bridge. 2) Famous Chinese pilgrim Hiuen Tsang passed through this area in 644 AD while the place is also the third capital of the Hindu Shahi dynasty after Peshawar and Charsadda. 3) The Mongol invader Changez Khan (Genghis Khan) also followed Khwarzim Shah up to Hund, before the prince jumped into the Indus River on his way to India.