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Encyclopedia > Pir Panjal

The Pir Panjal Range is a range of mountains that form a part of the Middle Himalayas or the Himachal in India. The well known hill-stations of Gulmarg and Pahalgam are present in this range. Perspective view of the Himalaya and Mount Everest as seen from space looking south-south-east from over the Tibetan Plateau. ... Gulmarg is a hill station in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. ...


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DJ->Opinion (1735 words)
At the time of collusion of the Indian sub-continent with the land mass of Asia, about one hundred million years ago, nature carefully disposed the Pir panjal range in the Himalayan complex to be the necklace of the complex, strewn with jewels of peaks of varying heights ranging from 5,000ft (1524m) to 16830ft (5130m).
Pir Panjal range enters the state of Jammu and Kashmir from the mountain state of Chamba in the southeast and is cut through by the Chenab in Jammu.
Pir Panjal continues northwest to form the high southern rim of the vale, with peaks up to 16,830 ft. (5,130 m.), deep wooded valleys, and torrents on its southern flanks, and fine alpine pastures (margs) lie on its northern rim.
The Hindu : National / Elections 2004 : Labour unrest brews south of Pir Panjal (625 words)
The impact of labour unrest is such that it is changing the lexicon of the election campaign as parties woo the electorate.
The pumping in of million of rupees by the Central Government into developmental projects south of the Pir Panjal mountains in recent years has led to the emergence of a vast, new labour constituency in the State — skilled as well as unskilled.
More than 350 villages in the inaccessible areas to the south of the Pir Panjal would be connected by roads," he says.
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