Taste of the Dignity of Work-Progress-Culture of Gilgit-Baltistan

GB Times: The people of Gilgit-Baltistan have progressed rapidly in general, but those belongs to Hunza have progressed stunningly over the last three decades. Many people around the world are trying to unlock the root causes of the abounding progress the people of Hunza in Gilgit-Baltistan have achieved. The appended pictures would disclose one of the most important reasons of the thriving socio-economic and intellectual development of the people of Hunza.

The workers in the field plugging wheat plants are not illiterate peasants and harries of a Vadera, Chouhdry or Khan (landlord). Rather they are highly educated, modern, independent, well to do and heads of the influential state and private organizations, who also own the fields they are working at. Look at their face expressions and body language how proud they are both men and women, while toiling under the scorching heat of the sun in the fields. This is the realization of the taste of dignity of the work, sincere efforts, taste of taking ownership of their own destiny, self-help and vision for positive progress that serve as most important building blocks of a progressive society, healthy and wealthy individuals. This is the culture of Gilgit-Baltistan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Courtesy of photos: Ali Liaquat  (Deputy Secretary (staff) Govt. of Gilgit-Baltistan)

One Response to Taste of the Dignity of Work-Progress-Culture of Gilgit-Baltistan

  1. Sajjad Haider (KIU) says:

    Hats off to all those brave, dashing and hardworking people of GB who relentless and unremittingly struggled to make our land a land of prosperity, love and mutual respect. Salute to the writer and Mr. Liaquat Ali for highlighting the dignity and grace of strenuous work.

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