(Pashto: صوابی,Urdu: صوابی) is a settlement that lies between the Indus Riverand Kabul River, in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Its residents are referred to as 'Swabiwal'; it is the fourth most populous district of the province. The Mandanr Yusufzai subsection of the Yousafzai clan of the Pukhtoons form a majority of the district's population. Swabi district consists of 39 Union Councils. The most famous Tarbela Dam is also in Swabi (near Topi town) and Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology is also located in Swabi District (in Topi Town). Swabi is the Home Land & the Last Resting Place (Tomb) of the Ever First Sole Organized Ruler & Statesman of the Ever First Sole Organised Vast State of the Mandanr Yusufzais. Captain Kernal Sher Khan Shaheed (Nishan-e-Haider) also belongs to Swabi. His tomb is in Nawan Kalay(Now Kernal Sher Kalay). The Govt has established a college in the name of Captain Sher in Distt Swabi (Ismaila). Rani Gatt Buddhist historical sites are also situated in Swabi, which is under conservation by the Shewa Educated Social Workers Association.