Hunza .By Syead Asadullah Ghazi
One third of the globe is water and one part is dry. The mountains hold the submerged land like nails. Gilgit-Baltistan is the land of mountains. Its total area is 72 square kilometers. Eighty percent of the area is covered by mountains, pastures, mountain valleys and glaciers. These skyscrapers of Gilgit-Baltistan are divided into three mountain ranges with small snow-capped peaks in the sky.
Mount Karakoram, which stretches for 500 km between Pakistan and China, has four peaks that are 8,000 meters above sea level. Among them the world’s second highest peak. K2 ,Gasha Brom One, Broad Pack and Gasha Brom Two. There are hundreds of peaks in this mountain range which are more than 7,000 feet high. The second mountain range is the Himalayas.
- This mountain range extends to Pakistan, China, Afghanistan, India, Nepal and Bhutan. Spread over an area of about 2400 km, a peak of this mountain range which is the idol (above 8000 m) at Naga, also known as Kalinga Mountain is located in Diamer area of Gilgit-Baltistan. The sea level is more than a thousand meters. Five of them are in Gilgit-Baltistan.
The Hindu Kush mountain range extends from Pakistan to Afghanistan. The purpose of celebrating this day on December 11 every year globally is to highlight the importance of mountains.
In this regard, for the first time in Gilgit-Baltistan, WWF and IC Mode have organized a film festival on the occasion of International Mountain Day at Gilgit-Baltistan, Kashmir and Chitral level. Sixteen films have been nominated for awards in this festival.
At that today, the best of these films were awarded the winers Various filmmakers have produced documentaries on the various species of animals that live in the mountains and their characters, as well as their effects on the environment.
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Mountains and glaciers have also been severely affected by global warming and environmental pollution.
It is now the responsibility of the local population as well as the government to minimize the dangers to the mountains, to reduce pollution and to prevent the spread of pollution in the mountains and their foothills. And spread awareness in people.
On this topic Global village productions of Pakistan highlighted the importance of mountains and the benefits of these mountains. See a move produced by Syed Asadullah Ghazi has made a film based on the importance and usefulness of mountains. Look at it