Skardu the most beautiful city of the world

Skardu  is a town in Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan, and fills in as the capital of Skardu District. Skardu is situated in the 10 kilometers (6 miles) wide by 40 kilometrs long Skardu Valley, at the juncture of the Indus and Shigar Rivers at an elevation of about  (8,202 feet). The town is viewed as a passage to the eight-thousanders of the nearby Karakoram Mountain range.The town is situated on the Indus stream, which isolates the Karakoram Range from the Himalayas.

 

 

city of Skardu
city of Skardu

It is limited on the southeast by Kargil district in the Indian-Administered Jammu and Kashmir, on the east by Ghanche District, on the upper east by Xinjiang (China), on the south by Baramulla and Kargil District, on the west by district Astore and on the north by Gilgit District.

Skardu town is the capital of Skardu District and Baltistan Division.

Scenery of Skardu
Scenery of Skardu

Topics

  1. Mountain peaks and glaciers
  2. Education
  3. Deosai National Park
  4. Other towns
  5. Lakes
  6. Fun and humour
  7. Suggestions and opinions
  8. Critism
  9. Irony or Sartire
  10. Conclusion
  11. Summary

 

Mountain peaks and glaciers

The most noteworthy top in Skardu District is K2 (8,611 m) which is the highest peak in Pakistan and the second highest peak on earth. The Baltoro Muztagh (the subrange of Karakoram that incorporates the forceful pinnacles of K2 (8,611 m), Broad Peak (8,047 m), Gasherbrum(8,000+ m) and Masherbrum (7,821 m) lie in the Skardu.

 

Cricket Ground in Skardu
Cricket Ground in Skardu

Education

As indicated by the Alif Ailaan Pakistan District Education Rankings 2015, Skardu is positioned 14 out of 148 regions as far as training. For offices and framework, the area is positioned 89 out of 148.

 

 

Dangrous road from Gilgit to Skardu
Dangrous road from Gilgit to Skardu

Deosai National Park

Deosai is one of the most elevated fields on the planet. The locale shares as far as possible of Deosai National Park with Astorewhich has real part, (second most astounding fields after Tibet). The Indus River enters the Gilgit– Baltistan territory from Ladakh.

 

Airport in Skardu
Airport in Skardu

Other towns

Different towns in the Skardu District include: Skardu, Roundu – Sub-Division, Parkutta, Sermik, Hussainabad, and Mehdiabad, Sadpara.

 

Beautiful view in skardu
Beautiful view

District. Askole is the last settlement in the locale for all treks to Concordia (the conversion of Baltoro Glacier and Godwin-Austen Glacier). The Biafo Glacier and a noteworthy part of Hispar Glacier are likewise incorporated into the Skardu District.

 

Charming and attractive scenery of Skardu
Charming and attractive scenery of Skardu
Lakes

A portion of the lakes in the locale are Snow Lake, Satpara Lake, Sheosar Lake, Kachura Lake and Shangrila Lake.

 

Grand Mosque of Skardu
Grand Mosque of Skardu

Fun and humour

The weather of Skardu is very fine.The people of skardu are very funny and humour.

Suggestions and opinions

The Skardu is beautiful and hill area.I think people of Skardu are very brave and hardworking.

Critism

Skardu has many mountains and hills.There are many parks and valleys there.The roads of Skardu are dangerous and risky.

Writing style

This is persuasive writing style.

Irony or Sartire

The local people of Skardu speak different language.Skardu is situated in GB.GB is not province, this is territory of Pakistan still.

Conclusion

The name “Skardu” is accepted to be gotten from the Balti word signifying “a swamp between two high places.”The two referenced “high places” are Shigar city, and the high-height Satpara Lake

The principal notice of Skardu dates to the main portion of the sixteenth century. Mirza Haidar (1499–1551) depicted Askardu in the sixteenth century content Tarikh-I-Rashidi Baltistan as one of the locale of the region. The principal notice of Skardu in European writing was made by Frenchman François Bernier (1625–1688), who specifies the city by the name of Eskerdou. After his notice, Skardu was rapidly drawn into Asian maps delivered in Europe, and was first referenced as Eskerdow the guide “Indiae orientalis nec non insularum adiacentium nova descriptio” by Dutch etcher Nicolaes Visscher II, distributed between 1680–1700.

Summary

The Skardu district was a piece of the social circle of Buddhist Tibet since the establishing of the Tibetan Empire under Songsten Gampo in the mid seventh century CE. Tibetan tantric sacred texts were discovered all over Baltistan until about the ninth century. Given the area’s closeness to Central Asia, Skardu stayed in contact with clans close Kashgar, in what is presently China’s westernmost region of Xinjiang.

Following the disintegration of Tibetan suzerainty over Baltistan around the ninth tenth century CE, Baltistan went under control of the nearby Maqpon Dynasty, an administration of Turkic extraction, which as per neighborhood custom, is said to have been established after a vagrant from Kashmir named Ibrahim Shah wedded a nearby princess.