Punial is a transit between Gilgit and the valleys north to Punial such as Ishkomin​, Yasin, Koh (Gupis), Ghizer (Phunder), and Chitral valley

Gahkoch is a city area of ​​Ghazar district. The distance from Gilgit city to Gahkoch is 70 km. All the central departments of the government are in Gahkoch. Gahkoch has dozens of picnic points on the right and left where all the natural beauties of life are present. But there is a place called Hopper. This is a short place. A hotel called Hopper Garden has been established which is considered as one of the best picnic spots. Domestic and foreign tourists must stop here for tea. We also had tea at Hopper Garden many times. An excellent two-story seat is built on the trees, which are isolated in nature. Tourists enjoy sitting here, after Hopper is the beautiful village of Raushan. There is a distance of 10 km from Gahkoch to Haim and 30 km from Raushan. All these canals and valleys are also exemplary in their beauty and natural beauty. If you go from Gahkoch to Gilgit, then at a distance of 4 km, Kanche, 5 km Bobar Single at 5 km, Shir Qila at 29 km, Glapur and Biarchi at 34 km. All these areas are also ideal.

The customer coach consists of two parts. Customer Coach Top and Customer Coach Payne. The old population is in Gahkoch Bala, but now a large number of people have moved to Gahkoch Pine. There is also a village called Aishi adjacent to Gahkoch Bala. Aishi is a very large and sprawling village. Accompanied by my friend Hakeem Javed Sahib. A huge ground in Aishi Thoko (mound) has been built by Sultan Madad, which is a fine yen ground built on a mound of its kind. The best seats are being made for thousands of spectators. From the luxury polo ground, Gahkoch and all its suburban picnic spots are visible with all their scenery. Hakim Javed Sahib and his uncles walked the streets of Aishi or the journey from the graveyard to Thoko doubled the fun.

The larger the population in Yeshi, the more barren the land. Hakim Javed's entire family belongs to the Ismaili community. Nanhial is still in Ishi and is Ismaili but Javed Sahib joined the Ahl-e-Sunnat community with his family 22 years ago. Javed Sahib has an ideal relationship with his Nanhial and Dohial. He takes full care of the rights of his relatives and family. Are His life is full of bitter and bad memories. He has a barber center in Gahkoch City where he treats patients in the light of the Prophet's medicine. He has also written two books on medicine. He is a very sociable and humble person, he is a scholar of medicine as well as religion. A large "Deedar Gah" for the Ismaili community has also been built in Gahkoch Bala in collaboration with the Aga Khan Foundation and the government.

There is also a two and a half thousand year old fort in Gahkoch Bala. It was a huge fort but over time it has risen to prominence. Gahkoch Fort was built in a very suitable place in ancient times for security reasons. According to Mumtaz Gohar, this fort had four towers. There is only one left. I am very sorry for the decay of the fort. There is also an old polo ground in front of the fort. Many of the fort's buildings are still standing. We tried our best to find the past in the multi-canal fort but the memory of the past remained a torment. Doomsday is apparently the catalyst for a united Khundia and their subsequent emergence as a galactic power. Even today, if the Aga Khan Foundation pays a little attention, like Baltat Fort, Gahkoch Fort can be turned into a great tourist destination which can also earn millions of foreign exchange. From Gahkoch Bala, many villages are clearly visible.

In Gahkoch City, Mufti Sherzaman Sahib and his comrades have set up an excellent and spacious Darul Uloom in 1998, known as Darul Uloom Ghizr, where more than 400 female students and more than 300 male students are always engaged in religious education. Darul Uloom Ghizr arranges their accommodation and meals. Regarding the educational and training matters of Darul Uloom, meetings are held with Mufti Sahib and his comrades especially Maulana Shah Abdullah and Maulana Abdul Razzaq Qazi. Darul Uloom Ghizr. It is the second largest religious education institution in the whole of Gilgit-Baltistan and Kohistan where the best educational arrangements are being made free of cost. Darul Uloom also has a beautiful library which is open to the public. There are several educational institutions in Gahkoch City including Aga Khan High Secondary. Schools and Iqra Hafiz Rawdat-ul-Atifal Schools are very well known and well known for their quality.

There is a huge network of Aga Khan High Schools in Ghizr district where modern and western style education and training is being provided on a large scale while Iqra Roza-ul-Atfal Trust also has several schools in Ghizr where students can memorize the Qur'an. There is still a lot of educational reform in the school. It is hoped that the readers will immediately implement the positive reforms for the betterment of the school. There is also a park which is managed by the Forest Department. Many new hotels have been built in Gahkoch City which are always waiting for the arrival of tourists. Along with the park there is a municipal library where a lot of excellent books are available. Borrow for study which is still under study. After some discussion, the librarian presented the books with a smile. There are a large number of literary and religious books which are always inviting the readers to read.

Along with Gahkoch is Salpi which is a very small village where a large number of Kohistani community live. Opposite Gahkoch is Hatun area. This area is the largest village in Ghazar district in terms of length. The campus of Government Degree College and Karakoram International University has been constructed in Haton. Nowadays, Karakoram International University has been entrusted with the responsibility of conducting graduation exams which I am handling in a cheerful manner. Mixed with The Salpi Bridge was built during the Hafiz period which covered a wide distance. Adjacent to the Salpi is the area of ​​Golodas. The majority of the population has migrated from Hunza. Glodas has the Burlab River Glodas Park which is very attractive due to its natural beauty. This park belonged to a drunken kebab man who started the renovation of the park. He guided him to the right path and he would go out with the Tablighi Jamaat for four months and then he became dear to Allah during the Tablighi journey.

There is a "Bergel Fish Point" at a distance of 32 km from Gahkoch City. Several parties have built dozens of large and small ponds for trout here. These trout are growing with the help of the Fisheries Department. They are fed. We saw trout in thousands of different ponds. Early stage fish in the form of baby is purchased from the Department of Fisheries and put in these ponds, then three months later in another pond, then for three months in a larger pond and reared through their feed. Thousands of fish of the same color and size are reared in the same pond and sold in bulk to large hotels. This farm trout is much less palatable than the original trout of Ghizr. According to the officials of Mountain trout fish farm Bergel, it is estimated that this point will be developed very soon. One is the natural location is beautiful, the other is the clear water of a spring here


It has been two years since this fish farm was built. If the pace remains the same, the farm trout will soon be available in GB at cheaper prices. One kilogram is made of four trout. At a distance of 34 km from Gahkoch city is Chatur Khand where the palace of former governor Pir Karam Ali Shah is located. This ceremony is a masterpiece of its beauty and abundance of flowers and modern architecture. We met Pir Karam Ali Shah Sahib with specialty. He was visiting a crowd of patients. There were five books of amulet hooligans in front of him. He was suffocating a patient and writing amulets for someone. It was a Friday, the rush was heavy, so we immediately asked for permission and the car started filling up on the road from Ashkuman Valley's Main Road to Pir Sahib's Palace. I wish the magnificent and wide road from Main Road to Pir Sahib's Palace was the same road in the whole of Ashkuman, thousands of people would have been saved from the troubles of the road.

My friend Maulana Nadir Shah has established an excellent Darul Uloom in Ashkuman. Adjacent to Darul Uloom is the ancient Jama Masjid, where I have had the opportunity to visit many times. At a distance of 67 km from Gahkoch City, Ashkuman Proper. Basically, all these areas belong to Ashkuman. Among the famous valleys and canals of Ashkuman are Nala Pakura, Nala Asmber, Nala Dalit, Nala Thapashkan, Nala Ashqamtar, Nala Barugaha, Nala Manthantar, Nala Glugha, Nala Chhantar, Nala Shams. Abad and Nalla are Qarambar. All these Nalla-like valleys have all the treasures with invaluable treasures of nature. There are glaciers, high peaks. In winter, the beauty and splendor of these small canals wrapped in beautiful greenery is enhanced and tourists come from far and wide to enjoy these places. We also visited the river full of these natural wonders as much as possible. Tried to enjoy canals, waterfalls, springs and forests and wildlife. Go around and meet sweet-spoken people, but the truth is that the heart is not full.

The distance from Gahkoch City to Qarambar Lake is 142 km. Qarambar Lake is located in Nala Qarambar. The Nala-e-Qarambar, which extends from Amat to the Pamir Plateau, is also called "Bam Dunya". The Pamir extends to Chitral. There are also several passes in Ashkuman, including the Asbar Pass which connects Ashkuman with Yasin. Javashkoman to Hendriasin, Dara Attar Pass to Darkot, Dara Chattar to Yarkhon Chitral, Dara Qarambar to Yarkhon Chitral, Dara Shenj to Wakhan, Dara Khora Borth to Amit, Dara Qalandario and Dara Challenge Pass. Ghandi connects Chapusan while Pakura Pass connects Ashkuman Valley with Gilgit Naltar. Most of the Ashkuman valleys belong to Ismaili community while very few Sunnis also live there. Ashkuman comes from Diamer, Hunza, Yasin and Pamir. People have settled in ancient times. Ashkuman has had a long Rajagi system. Even today, people are not free from the influence of kings.

There are also Buddhist influences in the ancient Ashkuman civilization. In Ashkuman, at the behest of Prince Aga Khan, the first DJ school was established in Ashkuman Centercourt in 1948/1947, where a teacher named Mir Ahmad Khan came from Hunza to teach. They will also build government schools. Now, in the Ashkuman Valley, there are schools of AKESP, a subsidiary of the Aga Khan Foundation. Iqra Roza-ul-Atifal has also set up two or four small schools. Sheena, Gujri, Broshki and Vakhi languages ​​are spoken in the Ashkuman valleys adjacent to Gahkoch. I have also visited the Ashkuman valleys in 2013. Even now I am wandering around full of life, but the truth is that my heart is not full. My heart is not full. Beauty is attracting towards itself. And beauty is the weakness of man. Man bows before his weaknesses. Then human beings have to come here and come again and again. May Allah be our supporter and helper.




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