A Travel Companion to the Northern Areas of Pakistan

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Oxford University Press, 2004 - Travel - 140 pages
This book is an account of travels through the northern mountains and valleys of Pakistan. It is a travelogue as well as a guide. Each chapter is followed by a key with essential travel conditions, accommodation and security precautions required.

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Gilgit and Hunza
The Karakoram Highway or The Silk Route
The Hunza Valley

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About the author (2004)

Tahir Jahangir was born in 1945 in Faisalabad. He went to Aitchison College from where he did his A'Levels, winning the Churchill Medal for the best student of the year. He graduated with a Tripos in Economics from Clare College, University of Cambridge, in 1967. He runs his own business, Hala Enterprises Ltd. in Lahore, and has been elected the Chairman of the Towel Manufacturers Association of Pakistan thrice. His hobby is travel and landscape photography. He has been writing about his travels in The Friday Times, a weekly magazine published from Lahore.

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