Catching the trail from a seasoned patwari from Gujar Khan, following the remote routes into the rural heart of Potohar, refueling our car from an unorthodox gas station with quite an unorthodox filling mechanism, we eventually knocked at the doorsteps of Sawar Muhammad Hussain Shaheed, Nishan e Haider.
It was World War One Centenary and I decided to explore a village in the Potohar Stretch with a prized possession, a 19th Century Scottish Cannon
Roman Baths of Pakistan
The group explores the wilderness of Potohar, reaching out to a tricky landscape with hanging rocks on one side and gradually sloping thickly vegetated landmass on the other. From a source deep underground, springs flow out accumulating in the square crevices extending down below forming a series of terraced ponds with shiny blue waters.