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|Elevation||2,688 m (8,819 ft)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+5)|
Nagar (Urdu:نگر) (formerly State of Nagar) is a district with namesake town as district's headquarter, in northmost autonomous territory of Gilgit–Baltistan. It was created in 2015 by subdividing the Hunza-Nagar District.
It is located at 35°24'0N 73°48'0E with an altitude of 2688 metres (8822 feet).
The Nagar valley is situated at an elevation of 2,438m (7,999 feet). Nagar Khas is the main town and the capital of the former State of Nagar. Ghulmet, Minapin, BAR, Chaprote and Hopper Valleys are popular tourist attractions in the Nagar region because of the spectacular scenery of the surrounding mountains such as Rakaposhi at 7,788m (25,561 feet), and Diran, and Spantik peak (Golden peak.)
Following the Hunza-Nagar Campaign of 1889–1892 (known locally as the Anglo-Burusho war) the area passed under British control and then as a vassal of the Kashmir Durbar, but was ruled by the same royal family. In 1974, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto dissolved the Princely States of Nagar and Hunza and gave democratic representation to the Northern Areas Council, now known as the Northern Areas Legislative Council.
|Reign||Mirs of Nagar|
|Unknown dates||Fadl Khan|
|Unknown dates||Daud Khan|
|Unknown dates||Ali Dad Khan (1st time)|
|Unknown dates||Hari Tham Khan|
|Unknown dates||Ali Dad Khan (2nd time)|
|Unknown dates||Kamal Khan|
|Unknown dates||Rahim Khan I|
|Unknown date – 1839||Rahim Khan II|
|1839–1891||Jafar Zahid Khan (1st time)|
|1891–1892||Raja Azur Khan (acting)|
|1892–1904||Jafar Zahid Khan (2nd time)|
|1905 – 17 March 1940||Raja Mir Iskandar Khan|
|17 March 1940 – 25 September 1974||Shaukat Ali Khan (1930–1976)|
|25 September 1974||State of Nagar dissolved|
|After Nagar State dissolved in 1974||Elected Representatives of Nagar in Gilgit-Baltistan Legislative Council|
|1975–||Syed Yahya Shah|
|1980–||Mir Shaukat Ali Khan|
|1997–||Mir Shaukat Ali Khan-Nagar-1, Sheikh Ghulam Haider-Nagar-2,|
|2000–||Qurban Ali-Nagar-1, Sheikh Ghulam Haider-Nagar-2|
|2005–||Mirza Hussain-Nagar-1, Muhammad Ali Akhtar-Nagar-2|
|2009–||Mirza Hussain-Nagar-1, Muhammad Ali Akhtar-Nagar-2|
|2015–||Rizwan Ali-Nagar-1, Muhammad Ali Haider-Nagar-2|
|2017–||Javed Hussain-Nagar-2 (by-elections July 2017)|
The beautiful name for the ruler in Nagar was Thum, which is also a respectful appellation used by people of both Hunza and Nager who belong to the clan of Boorish.
- Location of Nagar - Falling Rain Genomics
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- Where three Empires meet by E.F.Night.
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