Domeli is a town and union council of Jhelum District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Sohawa Tehsil.
A small dam named Domeli Dam captures attraction of the village. Basic occupation of inhabitants is cultivation. Many people of village are recorded to have jobs in Pakistan army. Main transport means for inhabitants of Domeli are buses, while nearest Airport is 90.4 km away.
Geographical coordinates of the village in decimal degrees (WGS84) are 33.017 in latitude and 73.350 in longitude. Famous adjacent places to Domeli include Tilla Jogian, Rohtas Fort, Mangla Dam, Tomb of shab ud din Gaurai and Khewra mine.
Native language of the village is Pothohari and Punjabi languages. A majority of the people also use Urdu.