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    Pakistan the beautifull

    • Traditional “Ginani” Festival was celebrated at the Baltit Fort in Hunza. Governor Mir Ghazanfar Ali Khan, titular Mir of Hunza, presided over the ceremony, wearing the royal costumers of his father, Mir Muhammad Jamal Khan, the last Mir of Hunza.

      GB Tourism Minister Fida Khan Fida, MLA Rani Atiqa Ghazanfar, and officials of the district administration also attended the festival. Local elders and youth, as well as a large number of tourists, were present during the celebration of the seasonal, agricultural, festival.

    • UNESCO’s Endangered Languages Project has declared Wakhi a vulnerable language. According to one estimate, only 40,000 native speakers of this language are left in the world. Out of these, roughly 10,000 reside in the Hunza Valley in Gilgit-Baltistan Province, Pakistan.

      In 2016, USAID, through its U.S. Ambassador’s Fund, awarded a one-year grant to the Gulmit Educational and Social Welfare Society, a civil society organization based in Hunza, for the preservation of the near-extinct Wakhi language and culture by teaching music, arranging concerts, and documenting folk songs.

    • Youngest Trekker Shehroz Kashif at Trekkers Meetup Pakistan 2016
      Event Organized by Trekking Pakistan
      Video Courtesy by APTV "Awesome Pakistan"
      Pakistan's # 1 Tourist Attraction and Tourism News Portal & TV
      www.awesomepakistan.net

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