What is Hunza literacy rate?


What is Hunza literacy rate?

The literacy rate of the Hunza valley is more than 95%.

What is the literacy rate in Gilgit-Baltistan?

The literacy rate in Gilgit-Baltistan is 37.8%.

What are the Hunza famous for?

The Hunza valley is popular for its snow-capped and rough mountains. Many people came to Hunza just to get a few glimpses of the shining ice wall of the Rakaposhi Mountain. Other popular mountains in Hunza include Passu Peak, Ultra Peak, and Kuksel Sar.

Is Hunza an Indian?

The Hunza tribe resides in Pakistan’s Hunza, Chitral, Nagar, and also in the valleys of the Gilgit–Baltistan. However, their origin is considered to be northwestern India and a smaller group of over 350 Burusho people also reside in Jammu and Kashmir.

Who is the king of Hunza?


Reign Mirs of Hunza
1886 – Dec 1891 Safdar Ali Khan
15 September 1892 – 22 July 1938 Mohammad Nazim Khan KCIE
22 July 1938 – 1945 Mohammad Ghazan Khan II
? 1945 – 25 September 1974 Mohammad Jamal Khan

What are the main events celebrated in Hunza Valley?

The traditional Ginani festival is celebrated by the local community with many gatherings organized in Altit, Baltit and Aliabad. This festival is celebrated to welcome the new harvesting season with joy and happiness.

What is the culture of Hunza?

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

Which city has highest literacy rate in Pakistan?

According to the PBS census, Rawalpindi stands first with the highest literacy rate with 82.45 percent of its total population. The data shows that male literacy in Rawalpindi is 88.02 percent while its female literacy rate is 76.79.

Why Hunza is called heaven on Earth?

This area was controlled by various major ancient Indian Kingdoms during the Mahajanapadas era of ancient India. While Buddhism came to the Hunza valley in the late 7th century. There is a ruling family of the region called Ayesha which means heavenly. Buddism and Bon had been the major religion in the region.