Old falconer from Pakistan by John Stanley

Date Created: 18 April 2016

Author: Johhn Stanley

Source: The Internet

Location: Pakistan

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Comments from Shahid Ali Khan

This photo was taken by John Stanley a great Britain writer in 1954 who wrote in a book about the above mentioned charming personality Wazir Sarwar Khan was the Prime Minister of Nagar state those days (HUNZA NAGAR- The Nagar District) the area is situated in the very extreme of Northern Areas of Pakistan, now so called Gilgit Baltistan. There are many famous books like Where three empires meet, between the Indus and Oxus, Tribes of Hindukush etc

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