Ladyfinger Peak

The Bublimotin, Bubli Motin, Bublimating or Ladyfinger Peak , is an unmistakable stone tower in the Batura Muztagh, the westernmost subrange of the Karakoram go in Pakistan. It lies on the southwest edge of the Ultar Sar massif, the most southeasterly of the significant gatherings of the Batura Muztagh. The entire massif transcends the Hunza Valley toward the southeast. Bublimotin, while having little unmistakable quality over the seat with close by Hunza Peak, is especially striking for being a sharp, generally snowless stone tower among snow tops. This, joined with its tallness over the valley, makes it very attractive; subsequently the particular name. It gives a 6,000 meters (20,000 ft) rock move (with an intense elevated methodology) and has been the location of some eminent paragliding.

An intriguing people story about the pinnacle (Bubli mo Ting truly signifies ‘Bubli’s pinnacle) is that Kisar, a (mystical) sovereign from Baltistan, came to Hunza on one of his experiences and wedded a princess, a gas, called Bubli. At the point when he got news that his first spouse in Baltistan, Langabrumo, had been captured (by a phut or a deu, one story says, yet as indicated by Lorimer’s book it is a lord from another nation), he quickly made arrangements to set off and salvage her. He took Bubli up to this mountain, (later named after her) and gave her a sack of grain just as a hen or chicken (a qarqamuts). She more likely than not asked whether – and when – he would be back, and he advised her: “Consistently give this chicken a solitary grain to eat. At the point when the sack is unfilled, I will return. Until that time, remain here.” He left, and, they state, Bubli is holding up there still.

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