The mystery of Gilgit manuscripts:

The Gilgit manuscripts are the only corpus of Buddhist manuscripts discovered in the subcontinent Masud Ahmad Khan   Buddhism, with roots in Hinduism, spread rapidly under Mauryas especially during the time of Asoka. Missionaries were sent to Kashmir under Madhyantika, who resided in Kashmir for 20 years and preached Buddhism. During the time of Asoka, […]

Silk Road: A Glance at Archaic Globalization

Abstract Globalization generally refers to the increased interdependence of the world’s economies signified by the circulation of information, money, people and goods across national boundaries. It has of late given rise to the domination of world’s market by a selected number of transnational corporations. However, since time immemorial, different countries were related to one another […]

The Silk Road to Globalisation

For millennia imperial China was regarded by its denizens and as the centre of the world, and the emperor as the nexus between the Earthly and the Divine. Without the Chinese emperor performing rites there would be loss of balance in the universe. When the European colonial powers sent delegations to the Chinese court what […]

Greetings from Gilgit-Baltistan Social Welfare Organization

Team Gilgit-Baltistan Social Welfare Organization congratulates Kumail Abbas (Executive Member Gilgit-Baltistan Social Welfare Organization) and other candidates from Gilgit-Baltistan for their success in the Combine Competitive Examination 2017-18.

Awareness Seminar

Gilgit-Baltistan Awareness Seminar in Skardu. Date: June 25, 2017 Venue: Al-Yousaf Hall Airport Road Skardu Gilgit-Baltistan

How the Leaders of Coca-Cola, Netflix and Amazon Encourage Their Teams to Take More Risks

There is no such thing as learning without failing, and there are no successes without setbacks. Over the last year, there has been a growing trend among prominent business leaders. These leaders are encouraging their employees to take more calculated risks and not let fear of failure hold them back. Today’s leaders may be pulling inspiration from Google’s […]

GB Order 2018 is not a step forward

Last week saw developments of truly historic proportion transpiring in the country. In a matter of days, the 31st Constitutional Amendment got passed by the Parliament and the Khyber Pukhtunkhwa Assembly. The people of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) now await just a signature of the President for the region to formally get inducted […]