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Thursday, February 10, 2022

Hunza Peoples

Literacy Rate of Hunza Valley Gilgit Baltistan

According to a survey, the literacy rate of the Hunza valley is believed to be above 85%. The people of Hunza proves that they are most educated people of Pakistan. That’s why their literacy rate is up to 85%. They promote education from lower level to higher level. Of these, many go to distinguishes colleges and universities of Pakistan and abroad to get higher education.

People and Languages of Hunza Valley

Most of the peoples of Hunza are Ismaili Shia Muslims. They are the followers of Mentor Prince Karim Aga Khan, while in the area of Ganish over 90% are Shia Muslims.

The Hunza region is principally home to people of three different diversity:

 The Lower Hunza which extends from Khizerabad to Nasirabad mainly belongs to the Shinaki people whose local language is Shina.

The Central Hunza which starts from Murtazaabad to Attabad mainly belongs to the Burushaski speakers.

The Upper Hunza which is commonly known as Gojal starts from Shiskat to Khunjerab and belongs to Wakhi speakers.

Just like Hunza valley is known for its scenic and natural beauty, the people of Hunza are warm hearted and also known for their Generosity. Despite of the fact that Burushaski is the most widely acceptable language among all but the majority of the people also speak and understand Urdu and English.

Many Cultural activities are linked with this valley and the people of Hunza are fond of celebrating such events. Among all age groups traditional dance is very common and popular and there is a special traditional band for this dance which makes it to be more fun and entertainment. 

 

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