Mar 28

Trich Mir where Fairies live

by in blog, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Travelogue

trich mir 450x301 Trich Mir where Fairies live

Trich Mir from Ayun Valley

“Fairies live there and they protect this valley from evil and never allow anyone to climb up to Trich Mir and meet them, if someone does, he never returns.”
Thats what my guide told me pointing at that mountain and thats where i got to know about its name “Trich Mir“. Later i got to know that its highest peak in Hindukush range and 33rd in world.

For a minute he really made me imagine fairies flying and living in the snow, the white bright fairies. But obviously, that was too far away from reality.

I have experienced such myths about certain mountains while traveling all across Pakistan. For example mountains of Lake Saifulmalook in Naran or Zarghoon Mountain range in Quetta are one of them.

I am pretty much fascinated by such things and seriously these things then tends me to explore more, to actually find out the hidden beauty.

Do you have any such story regarding any place? Any myth? Please do share in the comment below.

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14 Responses to “Trich Mir where Fairies live”

  1. From Aliraza Khatri:

    Love it, Trich mir is totally outstanding !!

    Posted on 28. Mar, 2011 at 10:22 pm #
    • From Danial Shah:

      @Aliraza: THANK YOU ALI :)

      Posted on 29. Mar, 2011 at 8:24 am #
  2. From Sinh:

    That’s interesting.
    In Japan,there are many stories like this.

    old Japanese people feared and respected the mountain,
    and they built many small shrines on the summit of each mountains.

    And Japan has many legend about YOKAI.
    YOKAI(妖怪) means one kind of fairy.
    But they are not beautiful,looks ugly.

    For example,one kind of Yokai,in prefecture OKINAWA.
    The name is KIZIMUNAA.
    People believe KIZIMUNAA lives in old big tree,and he always watch human.

    He doesn’t do nothing to human.
    But if people cut the old tree,he would cause disaster,
    such as Tunami Typhoon .

    We can see many similar stories around the world.
    For example native Americans.
    They have kept living in the nature for long time.
    So,have a huge respect to nature.
    to Big mountains,trees,rivers,and stones.
    They always feel the power of nature without science,
    and pray to stones and trees.

    We call this “Animism”.

    In Japan many Yokai invite me to deep forest.
    I feel that. :)

    Posted on 29. Mar, 2011 at 6:58 am #
    • From Danial Shah:

      @Sinh: Wow. thats amazing : ) I am scared now ;) Do you really want to meet Yokai ? hehe
      you rightly said that people who live with nature have a huge respect to nature. Similar is the case in Pakistan if you have traveled in the mountains of Hindukush, Karakoram and Himalayas.

      Thank you Sinh for sharing this wonderful story with Pakistan :)

      Posted on 29. Mar, 2011 at 8:23 am #
  3. From sharmeen rafique:

    I wish i could be there.

    Posted on 30. Mar, 2011 at 1:19 pm #
    • From Danial Shah:

      @Sharmeen Rafique: oh you can, always. Its pretty accessible :)

      Posted on 30. Mar, 2011 at 11:53 pm #
  4. From jia:

    after a long time m read again ur blog n i must say ur writing skill is like fairy tell
    when u talked about ur journey you make a full film in our mind everyone have own experience but they and accept me don’t express like you
    so keep sharing n traveling.
    Allah bless u

    Posted on 30. Mar, 2011 at 11:57 pm #
    • From Danial Shah:

      @Jia: Jia, i try my best to share the real stories from my journeys across Pakistan. I always look for unique experiences within Pakistan in order to share them with rest of the world :) thanks for stopping by :)

      Posted on 31. Mar, 2011 at 12:15 am #
  5. From Nooruddin Jalal:

    Danial, I’m pleased to read your Blog. I’m inhabitant of the same loam. Chitral is the land of fairies and whoever told you the story is absolutely right. That is what people belief! For more on Chitral don’t forget to read my recent post:) https://nooru.wordpress.com/category/pakistan-a-trove-of-wonders/chitral/

    Posted on 06. May, 2011 at 1:39 am #
    • From Danial Shah:

      @Nooruddin: Oh wow. so you are from Chitral :) i just came back from Chitral. Amazing land you have :) thanks for visiting my blog

      Posted on 15. May, 2011 at 2:14 pm #
  6. From rabia:

    awesome!!!
    i wish i could b there.

    Posted on 24. May, 2011 at 1:38 pm #
  7. From Rabia Chaudhry:

    I heard a lot of stories about trich Mir that its a place of fairies…i wish i could go there…!!!

    Posted on 01. Jun, 2011 at 11:30 am #
  8. From Sapna Ashok:

    i was searching for a fairy in this photo..! :p such a beautiful place!!

    Posted on 17. Aug, 2011 at 7:22 am #
    • From danialshah:

      @Sapna: hehe….for that you’ll have to climb up to the top :) :D

      Posted on 19. Aug, 2011 at 6:22 pm #

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