Mithankot (Urdu: مِٹھّن کوٹ‎), is a city in Punjab, Pakistan (Rajanpur District). Mithankot is located on the west bank of the Indus River, a short distance downstream from its junction with Panjnad River. The city is noted for being the site of the tomb of the famous saraiki poet, Khwaja Ghulam Farid.

The climate is arid and desert-like, the average annual rainfall being only 4 inches (100mm). It is extremely hot in summer and quite cold in winter. To the south side is the great Indus River.

The cultivation of crops such as wheat, sugarcane, cotton and rice is enabled through irrigation from the canals from the Indus.[1]