Hello viewers our journey through the Karakorum Highway Continues, from Rai Kot bridge to Fairy Meadows is the most dangerous jeep track and unfortunately the darkness of the night falls during the journey that made our journey very thrilling.
Hello viewers in this amazing episode we will show you the beautiful area of “Chilas” and then continue our journey to The “Fairy Meadows”. The road from chilas to fairy meadows was blocked due to land sliding so we picked another route passing from “Babusar Top” 13000 feet above the sea level.
Hello viewers another episode of “Safar Hai Shart” is out. In this episode you will experience the detailed visit of the beautiful “Chilas Valley” a walk through the market and the story of the chilas war.
Allama Iqbal Museum also known as Javed Manzil, situated at Allama Iqbal Road was constructed by Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal at the price of Rs 42025. The construction which is European in style was completed in 1935. Unluckily Iqbal couldn’t got much time to live in, it served as the residence of Allama Iqbal for only three years. It was formally declared in 1961 that the residence would be transformed into a museum for the conservation of Iqbal’s belongings and the exhibit of his well-known works and manuscripts. On December 1, 1977, the Chief Justice of Pakistan, Sheikh Anwar-ul-Haq inaugurated this museum. The main purpose of the Museum was to project the life and services of Allama Iqbal, to preserve the personal belongings of Allama Iqbal, original drafts of his works, letters either written by him or written to him, educational degrees and Medals. This Museum also provides Guide facilities for its visitors. There is also a small library for research. There are nine galleries in the Museum. The Historical period covered by the Museum is from 1877 to 1938. The major sources of attraction in this Museum are Iqbal’s hand written drafts of his works, certificates and degrees. There are about six hundred items in the Museum and all these are donated by Dr. Javed Iqbal, son of Allama Muhammad Iqbal.
Iqbal museum is a worth visiting place for educational purpose as well as to discover the lifestyle of the jewels of Pakistan who served the nation to his last breath.
Hello viewers in this episode of “Safar hai Shart” we will continue our journey to barseen along the way many refreshing waterfalls kills the heat of the Karakorum highway, a stay at the cold samar nala then entering the wonderful area of “Gilgit Baltistan”.
and the most beautiful part “The first sight of Nanga Parbat”
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Hello viewers another amazing episode of the journey to Karakorum Highway is out. In this Episode you will be amazed by watching the jaw dropping view of the highway and you will surely think that how the highway is constructed.
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Hello welcome again to another Episode of “Safar Hai Shart”. In this Episode our adventurers will enter the valley of mountains “Kohistan” passing through the beautiful valley of “Dasu” and then continues the journey to “Barseen”.
Hello viewers another exciting episode of the journey to the Karakorum highway is out. in this episode the journey along the indus river passes through the “Basham” and an exciting cricket match on the peaks of the mountains. Discovery of another “Lahore” (a small village between Basham and Patan). Then passing from “Nala Dobair” to “Patan” and then “Nala Kihal” a refreshing spot in the heat of the “kohistan” area and you will discover a great number of waterfalls on the road.
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