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Wakhi Language (Xikwor Zik) Volume-1 (1985) PM000000120000005131 7, 2008

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Mr. Haqiqat Ali (Late) was one of the pioneers to study and voicing for Wakhi culture and language. His contribution to Wakhi language was though of primary nature but had long-lasting impact on the minds and hearts of thinking Wakhis. His three books on Wakhi language Wakhi Language: Volume 1 1985 , and Tourism & Trekking (Trekkers guide to Hunza – 1984, Trekkers guide to Chitral – 1999)  were a land mark, as he did not received any formal education from a college or University, but yet he was able to author two books out of his tireless efforts and life experience.
He was a man of word, humane and intellectual. His wisdom led a revolution in the field of studies in Wakhi language and culture. We solute him and pray to Almighty Allah that May his soul rest in eternal peace. Ameen (Words: Ahmed Jami Sakhi)

 

Wakhi Language: Volume 1 (Xikwor Zik Book-1) by Mr. Haqiqat Ali (Late) 1985

Pdf file: WAKHI LANGUAGE by Haqiqat Ali 1985

Booklet scanned and shared with Wakhi community and worldwide:

August 30, 2011

GIS Map of Gыlmit & Hussaini in Wakhi Script PM00000050000000231 7, 2008

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Gыlmit, Tehsil Headquarter of Gojal (Before Attabad Disaster -2008)

Gыlmit, Tehsil Headquarter of Gojal (After Attabad Disaster -2011)

Hussaini Gojal

Passu Map can find here with pdf file.

http://wakhi.wordpress.com/2008/11/19/passu-image-map-in-wakhi-script/

Passu Diyor AM00000040000005031 7, 2008

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Passu and Shimshal valleys have been two of the most visited regions of Gojal valley. Passu is famous because it is home of the Batura Glacier. Adding more to the beauty of Passu, standing at the Northern end of the village, is Mount Tupopdon. Inspired by its unique structural attributes tourists have promoted the peak by giving it new names. Some call it “Passu Cones” and others “Passu Cathedral”. Mount Tupopdon is the most photographed peak of the region.

Passu Diyor e Jayišt :

Yašvendan, Nobod, Past Diyor, Jonabod, Ṣ̌it, Kip Ɣ̌ar, Yaz e ben, Pitk e mis, Sыrыnobod, Tepopdan,

 

 

Xuramabod:

Avdegar, Reč, Zwor, Čramn, daṣ̌t,

 

 

 

Woz ki cumer be jayve nungišt tey, nivšit. Ṣ̌oboṣ̌it

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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