Salman Rashid

Travel writer, Fellow of Royal Geographical Society

Begari Wah

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When the first Dombki and Jakhrani farmers turned to agriculture along the Begari, they would surely have been surprised by the fertility of this virgin land - from Begari Wah.

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At 30 May 2015 at 11:12, Blogger Nayyar Julian said...

What a wonderful scene! Great shot!


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