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THE BURUSHASKI LANGUAGE VOL. I

The Burushaski Language Vol. I, Lt. Col. D. L. R. Lorimer, originally printed in Norway by DET MALLINGSKE BOGTRYKKERI, Published 1935, Oslo, Norway, by H. Aschehoug & Co. (W. Nygaard), re-published 2015 by Aga Khan Cultural Service, Pakistan.

This is the first comprehensive account of Burushaski language and notes on closely related Werchikwar dialect prepared by Lt. Col. Lorimer. during his term as a political officer in Gilgit.

DESCRIPTION

The book contains introduction and grammar of Burushaski language with a preface by G. Morgenstierne.

THE BURUSHASKI LANGUAGE VOL. II

The Burushaski Language Vol. II, Lt. Col. D. L. R. Lorimer, originally printed in Norway by DET MALLINGSKE BOGTRYKKERI, Published 1935, Oslo, Norway, by H. Aschehoug & Co. (W. Nygaard), re-published 2015 by Aga Khan Cultural Service, Pakistan.

This is the first comprehensive account of Burushaski language and notes on closely related Werchikwar dialect prepared by Lt. Col. Lorimer. during his term as a political officer in Gilgit.

DESCRIPTION

The book contains Texts and Translations

THE BURUSHASKI LANGUAGE VOL. III

The Burushaski Language Vol. III, Lt. Col. D. L. R. Lorimer, originally printed in Norway by DET MALLINGSKE BOGTRYKKERI, Published 1935, Oslo, Norway, by H. Aschehoug & Co. (W. Nygaard), re-published 2015 by Aga Khan Cultural Service, Pakistan.

This is the first comprehensive account of Burushaski language and notes on closely related Werchikwar dialect prepared by Lt. Col. Lorimer. during his term as a political officer in Gilgit.

 

DESCRIPTION

The book contains vocabularies and Index based on the material collected in 1923-24 and were completed in 1930-31.

HERITAGE TOURISM: HUNZA-NAGAR & BALTISTAN

Heritage Tourism: Hunza-Nagar & Baltistan, Aga Khan Trust for Culture, Aga Khan Cultural Service-Pakistan, 2015

DESRIPTION

The book is organized into two parts – Part I:  Hunza-Nagar and Part II: Baltistan with total ten chapters.

It offers a chance to explore the rich cultural diversity that the valleys of Hunza-Nagar and Baltistan represent. The book highlights six heritage trails – Central Hunza, Gojal, Nagar, Skardu, Shigar and Khaplu. The individual chapter elaborates upon each of the trail. A series of walk and trek, lasting as little as a few hours to several days of camping outdoor, are recommended at the end of each chapter.

KARAKORAM: HIDDEN TREASURES IN THE NORTHERN AREAS OF PAKISTAN

KARAKORAM: Hidden Treasures in the Northern Areas of Pakistan, Stefano Bianca ed. 2007. 2nd ed. Turin, Italy: Umberto Allemandi & Co.

DESCRIPTION

This file contains the cover page, tile page, prefaces by Hs Excellency Pervez Musharraf, President of Pakistan and His Highness The Aga Khan, and the list of contents. The book is organized into two parts with seven chapters in each; Part I: Historic Context and Part II; Project Development.

COOKBOOK : COOKING IN HUNZA

First published in 2003, reprinted in 2018

This book discovers the secrets of a healthy and innovative mountain cuisine from northern Pakistan.

The recipes in this book were created out of a fierce labor of love. They were the ones that made women and their fathers, husbands, brothers, sons and daughters happy and well nourished. In recreating these recipes you are honoring the cultural heritage of the unspoken heroes and heroines of Hunza.

The women of Hunza cook with their hearts.

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