Gilgit - Baltistan Art & the Artists: Woodcrafts 13 years ago Pamir Times FacebookTwitterLinkedin Pamir Times admires and appreciates that positive role that known and unknown artists have played in the development of various forms of arts. The above photograph serves as a fine example. 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 on WhatsApp Tags: Gilgit - Baltistan Continue Reading Previous Admissions informationNext Renowned social worker Noor Ghulam Passes away More Stories Development Gilgit - Baltistan PTA to conduct mobile spectrum auction for AJK, GB on September 28 1 month ago Pamir Times Development Gilgit - Baltistan Health Gilgit-Baltistan inaugurates data centre for processing health-related data collected by healthcare workers 2 months ago Pamir Times Gilgit - Baltistan Killer of 10-years-old boy traced, will be arrested soon: DIG Dr. Mian Saeed 2 months ago Pamir Times Development Gilgit - Baltistan Women entrepreneurs of Ghizer learning business skills during bootcamp organized by CIRCLE 2 months ago Pamir Times Gilgit - Baltistan Govt of Gilgit-Baltistan and PPAF ink MoU to undertake joint development strategies 2 months ago Pamir Times Gilgit - Baltistan High Altitude Porter hopes to climb 6,401m high peak along with teenage daughter and son 2 months ago Pamir Times 2 thoughts on “Art & the Artists: Woodcrafts” Thanks for sharing about a very fine work on our tradional woodcrafting, it looks from the very old time, as the wood used here, would you tell us about the unknown artists…? Thanks here some picture of our unique tradion from Badakhshon. http://xiwoor.piczo.com/musuem?cr=3&vsrc=preview&linkvar=000044 The art that existed for centuries is commendable and it depicts the aesthetic flavour and artistic sense that continued for generations. But the question for us is that how much do we preserve it. I have a fear that in the wake of building so called modern houses, we are loosing sight of this heritage. Now the trend is such that nobody is ready to learn this skill because at the demand end people are simply behind cemented houses. This skill is actually endagered and needs proper attention. Comments are closed.