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Innovative Turtuk

Natural flour mill. The flow of the water helps move the blades submerged in the water which inturn helps them make flour

A lot of metal scrap is difficult to sent back to be reused and so the blacksmiths buy them at a subsidised rate and make utensils out of them with their artistic, traditional Baltic touch

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With the Champs

With the Future champs of the country

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Turtuk Homes

Homes in the village of Turtuk are a bit of a different kind. The lower part of the house is usually for the animals or is set up as a bunker which can be used during the time of war. 12 more words

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Travel Diary - July 2016

Last year in July 2016, I travelled to explore and experience the immense beauty hidden in Pakistan’s Northern area “Gilgit Baltistan”. Our journey started on 14th July, 2016 from Islamabad and it took only few hours to land safely at Skardu airport.   951 more words

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Schooling in Turtuk

Schooling in Turtuk village is usually out on the grounds.

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