Polo made the festival spectacular festival to promote tourism


CHILAS: Polo made the festival spectacular in the ongoing 9-day festival to promote tourism at Soot Das in Daril Tehsil, Diamer District, Gilgit-Baltistan.People are having a lot of fun at the festival. For the first time in Gilgit-Baltistan’s Diamer district, this mega event has been organized with the aim of promoting tourism in Diamer. Apart from polo, Dunkey Race, cricket, volleyball, football and paragliding competitions are also taking place at the Sut Das Festival. The ongoing festival in Diamer has started from March 1 and will end on March 9. The king of sports and the game of kings, polo, also known as the game of Central Asian descent. Polo, played in Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral in the northern part of Pakistan, has been popular for centuries. Innovation has come in time but the popularity of polo is still restored with the modern era. The game is strong in the northern part of Pakistan, Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral. Like other parts of Gilgit-Baltistan, Diamer District has a large number of polo fans and players who fulfill their passion by hosting annual polo competitions in the upper tourist destinations of Diamer, including Ronai, Babusar and Geti Das. Do There are polo players from Daril, Hadoor, Khinnar, Khanbari, Chilas, Thak and Batugah areas of Diamer who have kept their own horses for polo competitions. Polo is especially important in the northern part of Pakistan, Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral. This game has been played for many centuries and is also called the king of games and the game of kings. Polo began as a simple game played by Iranian gypsies in Central Asia. The game spread to South Asia, where it has had a strong presence in Pakistan’s Gilgit-Baltistan and Jatral areas since the 15th century. Gilgit-Baltistan hosts annual district and provincial polo competitions. The name Polo is said to be derived from the word “polo”, which means “hair”. Polo is a team sport on horseback. It is one of the oldest known team sports in the world. Polo is called the “game of kings”. It has become a spectacle for riders and society.