Salman Rashid

Travel writer, Fellow of Royal Geographical Society

The Salt Range and the Potohar Plateau

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Neither is The Salt Range and the Potohar Plateau a book of archaeology nor is it a treatise on classic architecture. The Salt Range and the Potohar Plateau is simply a book of fascinating stories known commonly to only a select club of archeologists and historians. It attempts to tell the common reader of the colourful unfolding of history in the Salt Range and the Potohar Plateau not just through the description of ruined monuments but through the folklore.

Now in circulation is the second edition of the book first published in 2001.

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My Books

Deosai: Land of the Gaint - New

The Apricot Road to Yarkand

Jhelum: City of the Vitasta

Sea Monsters and the Sun God: Travels in Pakistan

Salt Range and Potohar Plateau

Prisoner on a Bus: Travel Through Pakistan

Between Two Burrs on the Map: Travels in Northern Pakistan

Gujranwala: The Glory That Was

Riders on the Wind

Books at Sang-e-Meel

Books of Days