“No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn.”
The end of blistering winters brings with itself, a delightful aura of life and welcoming the cherry blossom Hunza Pakistan. Cherry Blossom in Hunza Pakistan is the time when buds break into flowers, spreading myriads of colors, and hue in its surroundings. It reveals nature in its true essence. From the gradual melting of snow to the scorching heat of Summer; the temperature seems to moderate between hot, and cold. Spring blossom simply is the queen of all seasons in Pakistan.
Cherry Blossom Hunza Pakistan, the Queen of seasons
The glorifying Cherry Blossom in Hunza Pakistan is the right time to route up north. The northern areas of Pakistan, Gilgit Baltistan in particular, reach the peak of picturesque beauty in spring, when the sun peeks through the leaves of the trees, forming iconic patterns on the flowing waters of the rivers. Thousands of fruit-bearing trees, amidst the lush-emerald green meadows, form umbrella-like canopies under the sky, thus giving a divine sense of perfection. With butterflies hovering over flowers for pollination, the mockingbirds’ zest over making their presence known. The bountiful spring harvest, and exotic flowers blooming, eventually exquisitely transforms the vicinity, resulting in an outburst of colors in the canvas.
Fairly known as the ‘Queen of seasons’, Spring turns the region into a floral wonderland, giving rise to tourism, resulting in the boost of the economy. For a multitude of reasons, northern areas of Pakistan is a center of attraction for adventure seekers and aesthetic personalities. From sightseeing to hiking trails, resulting in the varied scenery offers a sneak peek into some of the magnificent untouched natural spots. Shogran, a lush green plateau. It is however perched high up in the sky far away from the exhausting urban life developing the urge to go frolicking in the field
Novroz Festival in Hunza Valley
To add to the contentment, an annual Spring festival is held in Gilgit-Baltistan. Whereas, it happens to be one of the most triumphal festive of all times. Tourists within, and across borders, observe, honor and celebrate this festival. The locals give up all other activities fully indulging themselves to pay a special reverence. A preparatory task is taken up by girls, and women who gather from all over the valley. Thus decorate their houses, ensuring to wring every bit of joy out of the festival itself.
Adding value to the surroundings, the cultural events, and religious festivals proves to be an important source of entitlement for the locals, and equally indulging for the tourists. Navroz is the beginning of the Iranian year as well as the Bahá’í year,. It marks the first day of the spring season and Iran celebrates this event. Navroz signifies a time of spiritual rejuvenation and symbolizes the spirit of gratitude for blessings. Ranging from polo festivals to the outset of kithzet – where each household prepares variant traditional food items. Locals gather at one place, to pray for the unity, blessings, and betterment of all humans. Therefore, the trend, people symbolically bring manure to the fields – the season rolls in no time.
Thus taking advantage of time, don’t miss a chance to experience the diversified culture of the north, and its mesmerizing beauty.