Chitral

Submitted by Saifullah on Wed, 2008-07-09 12:32.
Wheat trucks

Traffic jam caused by the numerous wheat trucks invading Chitral in autumn


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Submitted by Shams Uddin on Wed, 2008-07-02 12:41.
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Early Spring
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Submitted by Shams Uddin on Wed, 2008-07-02 12:27.
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Qaiser's Growth
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Submitted by Shams Uddin on Tue, 2008-07-01 09:23.
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Booni Zom [6551m]
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Submitted by Shams Uddin on Sat, 2008-06-28 11:06.
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Northern Chitral, Pakistan
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Submitted by Shams Uddin on Sat, 2008-06-28 10:41.
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Chitral Fort
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Submitted by Shams Uddin on Fri, 2008-06-27 18:24.
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The Aromatic Cedar Tree at CGNP

CGNP [Chitral Gol National Park]


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Submitted by Shams Uddin on Tue, 2008-06-24 09:25.
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Golden Oriole—The Bird of Fiction

Golden Oriole is a bird appreciated for its beautiful colour and song in the width and breadth of the Chitral valley, northern Pakistan. Golden Oriole reaches Chitral in mid April and keeps on awaiting for apricots to ripe. During this time it is believed the bird praises apricot in his songs, "zholi pochiro, paloogh goghini". People, then, mean the bird to have said, " ah!


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Submitted by Shams Uddin on Tue, 2008-06-24 08:48.
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Cuckoo—A Bolt from the Blue

This bird perching and singing atop the magnificent chinar tree has been spotted for the first time. Never before has any body noticed the present of cuckoo in the Chitral district. This shows that birds keep on migrating from their original habitat to other places which they find more suitable as habitat. It must be noted that many of the traditional birds of Chitral e.g. black-throated thrush and a variety of tits have already disappeared. They might have migrated to other places the way cuckoo has migrated to Chitral.


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Submitted by Shams Uddin on Mon, 2008-06-23 19:18.
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The Village of Ayun, Southern Chitral
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