Balti Culture

Balti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureBalti CultureCenturies of Tibetan, Iranian and Indian influence have shaped the Balti culture into its modern form. Islam plays an important role in Balti culture, and this can be seen in the daily prayers of the Balti Muslim men, who would kneel down on a mat and pray towards.
Tibetan infuence can be seen in its architecture, where houses painted white and sloping inwards are built, and the most notable artefacts of the Balti architecture include the Baltit fort. Like the other Tibetan Muslims, older mosques show a mix of Iranian and Tibetan architecture, although strong Iranian and Pakistani influences can be seen in the newer mosques.
Little remains of the pre-Islamic Balti culture, which was largely supplaced by the dominant Punjabi and Iranian culture, and it can be evidenced in the near-extinction of traditional Balti festivals such as Mephang. Folk literature such as those of Lepo Kesar and works of Ali Sher Khan Anchan prevail among the Balti literature, which has experienced a revival in recent years.

6 Responses

  1. As we know that foreign culture influence is increasing day by day. So we should stop that and have to adoupt our own culture not others.

  2. with the passege of time we forgrt our culture.We should have to work on it.
    Hamin apnay pehchan ko barqarar rakhnay ki bohut zarurat hay.

  3. very beautifull pictur

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  5. Balghar is one valey of khaplu Baltistan.Balti culture
    is good luck very very nice greadfull.but no showing up date culture.

  6. Very nice are Balti cultures

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