A Palaeolithic tool (from the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge) carefully sculpted around a seashell fossil embedded in the rock. Was the prehistoric took maker thinking about aesthetics and beauty?
Skardu Valley is part of the Baltistan. Baltistan is spread over an area of square kilometres – just right below the jagged and frozen walls of the Karakoram. Once part of Laddakh,it was known as Tibet-i-Khurd – Little Tibet.