Haji Gam is a town in the Skardu District of Gilgit–Baltistan in Pakistan. It is bounded to the west by Satpara Lake, to east by Abbas Town/division, to north by Khargrong, and to south by Hargisa. The most common spoken language is Shina language Shina as the people

migrated from Chillim Astore, also few kashmiri migrants and migrants of Ladakh (chulunkha, tyaksi and turtuk). Through Haji Gham it is possible to reach Sadpara, which leads to Deosai, the second highest plain in the world, after Tibetan plains. Haji gam is an important center of education;,schools and colleges include; Army Public School, Jinnah Public School and Career Guidance Public School. Haji Gam is Sub divided into Ghanchan Colony, Akram Abad , Sherthang and haji gham proper. .there are highly educated people ,govt officers, and elite businessman of skardu. there is a famous community center run by people of hajigham which fecilitate in Quranic teachings, library, social services including free funeral services, large halls for religious and social gatherings.

Sub streets

  • Mirmat chowk
  • Dilawar chowk and street
  • Apna chowk
  • Jaffer assi shop
  • Ghanchan Chowk



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