Culture Gilgit - Baltistan Pakistan Archaeological heritage damaged near Chilas 13 years ago Pamir Times FacebookTwitterLinkedin Careless Electoral Campaigning? Theocratically inspired “revenge” or…….. what? An important Tourist Site damaged. SOURCE About Author Pamir Times administrator Pamir Times is the pioneering community news and views portal of Gilgit – Baltistan, Kohistan, Chitral and the surrounding mountain areas. It is a voluntary, not-for-profit, non-partisan and independent venture initiated by the youth. See author's posts FacebookTwitterLinkedinShare this:WhatsAppTweetLike this:Like Loading... Share this on WhatsApp Tags: Chilas, Culture, Gilgit - Baltistan, Pakistan, Photographs Continue Reading Previous Karachi-educated scholar named US envoy to OICNext Annual Reception for ILT programme participants in Munich, Germany More Stories Gilgit - Baltistan “Potential of sustainable tourism and communities at risk from climate change”: British High Commissioner 1 week ago Pamir Times Development Gilgit - Baltistan AKAH and GB Govt to design ‘major water supply project’ for Central Hunza 2 weeks ago Pamir Times Gilgit - Baltistan Why are the people protesting in Hunza? 2 weeks ago Pamir Times Development Education Gilgit - Baltistan Iqra Fund and GB Education Dept sign MoU to expand partnership for children’s rights advocacy 2 weeks ago Pamir Times Gilgit - Baltistan Youth protest against WAPDA alleging injustice in Diamer-Bhasha Dam project vacancies 1 month ago Pamir Times Corona Virus in GB, Chitral, Kohistan Gilgit - Baltistan Two deaths, 13 new cases of CoVID-19 infection reported in Gilgit-Baltistan 2 months ago Pamir Times 4 thoughts on “Archaeological heritage damaged near Chilas” It is really a very bad practice to compromise the beauty of the area by writing and throwing different dyes on the Stupa of Bhuda or on other pre-existing beautiful monuments. Many people all around the world are affiliated with these stupas as are an emblem of their spritual or religious belief. All these wrong practices are because of lack of awareness and non-sensitive approach of thepeople. These kind of approaches and practices must be avoided as to respect the faith of others, at one hand, and to ensure smooth flow of tourists to our beautiful region. A sign of callusness, bigotery, and apathy of the society as well as the government towards our heritages. Farman Ali Islamabad I am very sorry to learn of the vandalism of rock art in Indus Kohistan. This serves no one’s interests. The past is history and that cannot be changed. There is no contradiction between being a devout Muslim and appreciating one’s earlier history. yeah this isnt good to destroy these type of rare things ! because you cant find Buddhists in pakistan and thier stupas and temples ! Comments are closed.