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Nanga Parbat Mountain Peak Himalaya

Nanga PerbatThe Himalaya are a great Mountains range formed by the collision of Indo-Pakistan tectonic plate with the Asian continent, the central Himalayan mountains are situated in Nepal, white eastern mountain extent to the borders of Butan and Sikkim. Nanga Parbat massif is the western corner pillar of the Himalayas. It is an isolated range of Peaks just springing up from nothing, and is surrounded by the rivers Indus and Astore. Nanga Parbat or "Nanga Parvata" means the naked mountain. Its original and appropriate name, however is Diamir the King of the Mountains. The Legendary Mountaineer, Hermann Buhl, climbed the peak first time in June 1953. Nanga Parbat (Main) has a height of 8,126m) 26660 ft. it has three vast faces. The Raikot face is dominated by the North and South silver crags and silver plateau, the Diamer face is rocky in the beginning. It converts itself into ice fields around Nanga Parbat peak. The Rupal face is the highest precipice in the World. Reinhold Messner a living legend in mountaineering from Italy, says that "every one who has ever stood at the foot of this face (4500m /14,764ft up above the Top Alpe, studied it or flown over it, could not help but have been amazed by its sheer size, it has become Known as the highest rock and ice wall in the world. Nanga Parbat has always been associated with tragedies and tribulations, until it was climbed in 1953, A lot of mountaineers perished on Nanga Parbat since 1895, even today it is claming a heavy tell of human life lives from the mountaineers in search of adventure and thrill or becoming its victims in persuit of their eagerness to find new and absolutely unclimbed route leading to its summit.

It was in 1841 that a huge landslide falls of to the Indus River blocked; this created a huge lake 55-km long. The flood of water that released when the dame broke caused a rise of 80 feet in the river level at attack swept the Sikh Army, Sometime the same happened in Shayok and Hunza River.


 NaranDuring early nineteenth century, Hunza resented Kashmir's attempts to gain control and its rulers periodically expelled Kashmir garrisons, threatended Gilgit, and politicked with the rulers of Kashgar to the north where the Russians were gaining influence. Fearing Russians infiltration into their northern frontiers, the British took over direct political control at Gilgit in 1889. Incesant fratricidal intrigues in Hunza and Nagar made the areas doubly insecure. This, coupled with the Mir of Hunza's consistent intransigence induced the British to march on Hunza in December 1891, where they fought a decisive battle at Nilit, 60 km beyond Diaynor Bridge. After this the British garrisoned Aliabad until 1897 when Hunza became a princely state protected by the Government of British India. After the Pakistan was created in 1947, the people of Hunza also gained liberation and the princely state was merged in Pakistan.

Beautiful View of Fairy Meadows: Fairy Meadows is the lush green plateau situated in the foot gin of Nanga Parbat at the Western edge of the Himalayan Range. The name Fairy Meadows is part of the legend that Fairies have their heaven on this lush green plateau. . The Peak in the Background is Nanga Parbat. This is considered as one of the most impressive and beautiful mountain scenery in the whole world.

At an elevation of 1453.90 meter lies the Gilgit valley, offers spectacular scenic beauty. It is surrounded by lakes, rivers, glaciers and high mountains ranges. Some of them world's largest peaks, such as Nanga Parbat, 8125 meter and Raka Poshi, 7788 meter are located here. The best season to visit is from May to mid October. The local dialect is Shina, however, Urdu and English are also spoken and understood.

Fairy Meadows is in the heart of exotic North Pakistan, It is located at the base of Nanga Parbat which, at 8126 m, is the 9th highest mountain in the world and second in Pakistan after K2.

The area in front of Fairy Meadows Cottages is known as Pari Mahal Fairy Palace named by the famous Japanese photographer, Fujita Heroki. The Fairy Meadows Cottages are at a distance of eight minutes hike from main village and other tourist resorts with its breathtaking natural view of great Nanga Parbat side.
Nanga Parbat is also called the Killer Mountain and locals call it Daimoryi which is the end of Himalaya. The meadows are lush green alpine pastures situated in the middle of a pine forest at an altitude of 3,306 m. The meadows have been a thrilling destination for polo love





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