I had dreamed of being on Deosai since Eventually got there in the summer of It was every bit like the descriptions I had read in. Deosai: Land of the Giant 25 April Bookmark and Share. From DEOSAI: THE LAND OF THE GIANT – available at Sang-e-Meel Publications. For centuries, it is believed that this place is haunted by giants, thus the name ‘ The Land of the Giants’ came into being. The weather in quite.

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Salman Rashid: Deosai: Land of the Giant

The sun was setting behind the mountains as we went from Chillam to Astore. This page was last edited on 10 Decemberat teh Zoom in to see updated info.

Muhammat Tahir Naeem Apr 27, Mubashir Ali Apr 28, I have attempted to tell the history and fable of this place whose history is until now unknown to the common person.

Dear author it would have been kind to give the name of that soldier “I saw an old man sitting beside a grave”. Alexander Gomes Apr 28, Muhamamd Yousaf Apr 28, No words to explain.

If one is in search of solitude and wilderness, then why not visit Deosai? Nothing to do with Giant’s shadow Suleman Siddiqui Apr 28, KaKa Apr 28, Show me one country in the world where you can board a airplane from southern tips of scorching deserts and within one and half hour of flight to the roof of the earth with Majestic sky touching mountains and lush green valleys.


The land of Giants, Roof of World – Deosai National Park

PTDC could earn huge money if proper roads are made upto all spots,and ofcourse the security be there,then obviously these are the best places to visit. Breathtaking and amazing, simply no words to describe this beautiful place. labd

Am I missing something? Review tags are currently only available for English language reviews. Ishrat Rizvi Apr 28, Lina Apr 28, Rizwan Apr 28, I am surprised they still like “bottom dwellers” like us to visit them.

But at the same time, we should be conscious of the miseries of the local people. The Deosai Plains are also home to the Himalayan ibexred foxgolden marmot locally called Rhegray wolfthe Ladakh urialthe snow leopardand over fhe and migratory birds. Cant wait to do it. Sometimes wilderness have it’s own charm. It was every bit like the descriptions I had read in 19th century travel and exploration literature: Shafaqat Ali Apr 27, Congratulations to you and to Mr. Pratik Patil Apr 28, So magnificentso awesome and beautiful photography!

Hope the relationship between our countries settle peacefully. TrollMeNot Apr 28, Zubair Apr 28, This is a beautiful post about Deosai! The government and army should give that old man who lost his only son a pension and allow the Ismaili shias and Buddhists of GB ot live in peace.


Its beautiful got no words to express how beautiful this place is. Sanjana Green Global Travel Apr 28, Mayank sure you can visit this place! If so, is it safe there? It is well known for its rich flora and fauna of the Karakoram-West Tibetan Plateau alpine steppe eco region. Krishna Apr 28, It’s better hte save them the fate that has befallen the lakes of Kaghan – trash everywhere.

I wonder what will it take to visit Skardu and Deosai Plains. Eaisha Apr 27, Nisar Apr 27, This is so true. Dawn please make SM Bukhari a feature contributor – not only are his landscape photographs world-class and bring out the best in Pakistan, his writing is also engaging, insightful and relevant to the issues of the people he meets in this beautiful underrated part of the world.

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