A Descriptive Study Of The Culture And Environment Of Khaplu, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan

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Nahida Ali , Dr. Arif Mahmud


The relationship between humans and their natural surroundings in Pakistan's Gilgit-Baltistan area is the subject of this research. It's a look into how people have dealt with and taken advantage of natural surroundings. The extent to which a people's environment dictates or shapes their culture is a question that has its roots in the late 19th century. The concept of environmental determinism emerged when the environment began to be seen as a key factor in shaping human civilization. Educators' contributions to developing human culture were downplayed beginning in the latter part of the first quarter of the twentieth century. According to their belief, people's actions are restricted by the state of the planet. The concept of environmental possibility emerged as a result of this. The purpose of this research is to determine how much the local environment in a remote mountain region of Pakistan has influenced cultural practises and how much those trends have been influenced by human conditions.

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