Haji Gham

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Haji Gam is the second highest valley of the Skardu district of Gilgit–Baltistan in Pakistan. It is bounded to the west by Satpara Lake, to east by Abbas Town/division, to north by Khargrong, and to south by Hargisa. The most common spoken language is Shina language Shina as the people migrated from Chillim Astore and almost all belong to the same family. Through Haji Gham it is possible to reach Sadpara, which leads to Deosai, the second highest plain in the world, after Tibetan plains.

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  • Mirmat chok
  • Shirthang

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