Tirich Mir

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Ti·rich Mir

 (tîr′ĭch mîr′)
A mountain, 7,708 m (25,289 ft) high, of the Hindu Kush in northern Pakistan. It is the highest elevation in the range.
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Tirich Mir

(ˈtɪərɪtʃ ˈmɪə)
(Placename) a mountain in N Pakistan: highest peak of the Hindu Kush. Height: 7690 m (25 230 ft)
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Ti•rich Mir

(ˈti rɪtʃ ˈmɪər)
a mountain in N Pakistan, on the border of Afghanistan: highest peak of the Hindu Kush. 25,230 ft. (7690 m).
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Noun1.Tirich Mir - a mountain in the Hindu Kush in Pakistan (25,230 feet high)
Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Pakistan, West Pakistan - a Muslim republic that occupies the heartland of ancient south Asian civilization in the Indus River valley; formerly part of India; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1947
Hindu Kush, Hindu Kush Mountains - a mountain range extending to the west of the Himalayas
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Then we also have the world's second highest mountain peak K-2 (8, 611-metre high besides such summits as Nanga Parbat (8, 126m) Masherbrum (7, 821), Rakaposhi (7, 788), Tirich Mir (7, 708) and many more.
Maulana Nigah was born in Tirich Mir area after which he shifted to Singor area of Chitral along with his family.
According to Kazmi and Jan (1997) the area is bounded by the Tirich Mir fault in the north, Reshun fault in the north-east, Ayun fault and Main Karakorum Thrust in the south, and Karakorum fault in the west.