Kallar Kahar is a union council and subdivision of Chakwal District in Punjab, Pakistan. It is a tourist destination located 25 kilometers southwest of Chakwal along the motorway. It is notable for its natural gardens, peacocks and a saltwater lake. It is 125 km away from Rawalpindi.
The Katasraj temples are situated in Choa Saidanshah tehsil (CSS), in 1981 a project was started named as Pak German Project (PGP). There also a degree and college for Mines diploma. There is a cadet college in Kallar Kahar named Cadet College Kallar Kahar, functional since 1998; it produces a variety of professionals, including army cadets, doctors and engineers.
Kallar Kahar is the home to Awans, except the village of Chak Misri. Chak Misri is inhabited by Hashmites (Hashmi Sadats), the descendants of Bahauddin Zakriya Multani, who migrated from Khwarezm with Mehmood Ghaznavi. Ghaznavi gifted them the kingdom of Multan.
The Pirs of Chak Misri are closely related to the Pirs of Pail Piran, Pir Da Khara, Karuli Pir and Bhera Sharif. Late Pir Fazal Shah, who was the Raees-e-Azam of Wanhar, was awarded the title of Khan Sahab by the then British government. He was also the Zaildar (chief) of Wanhar. More than 22 villages were under his jurisdiction. Mr. Pir Fazal Shah had historical Bangla (Bangallow) which was considered to be the symbol of Wanhar area which is still in existence. His brother Captain Pir Mohammad Shah was the first Muslim officer of British Royal Army.
From Kalar Kahar Interchange, on way to Sargodha, in the saltrange belt is Pir da Khara, while Pail-Piran is ahead of Kallar Kahar on way to Khushab.