Kargah Buddha is an archaeological site located about 6 miles outside of Gilgit, Gilgit−Baltistan, Pakistan. It is a carved image of a large standing Buddha, some 50 ft high, in the cliff-face in Kargah Nala. The carving, which is in a style also found in Baltistan, is estimated to date back to the 7th century.
Gilgit Valley is a valley located in Gilgit District in Gilgit-Baltistan, northern Pakistan. The Gilgit River flows through the valley. 375 km of road connects it to the town of Chitral via the Shandur Pass. The town of Gilgit lies in the valley.
The Gilgit River is a tributary of the Indus River, and flows through the Gupis-Yasin, Ghizer and Gilgit districts of Gilgit-Baltistan. The upper sections of the river are called Gupis River and Ghizer River.
Gate Way To Gilgit
The entrance gate of Gilgit-Baltistan