Manthal Buddha Rock

Skardu, Gilgit Baltistan

Manthal Buddha Rock

Manthal Buddha Rock Skardu has their own history which shown in rocks of skardu city, located in Satpara Road, Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan. It’s a very beautiful city and also in the hit list of travel lovers, because of its unique history.

Some centuries ago, at Skardu city, when Islam had not spread completely, there living people are in dark spot and totally all are Buddhist, and usually printed the Buddha in the rocks, and also wrote something in different languages, which can’t be read easily.

Moreover, visitors must visit this spot to be aware from the histories which were passed some centuries, in fact, Skardu city has many beautiful scenic views, Forts, Parks, Valleys, Lakes for the visitors.

Therefore, the distance covered from Skardu city to Manthal Buddha Rock, is about to take 51 min by Car, when crossing this beautiful city Skardu, can find Kharpocho fort that is also a stunning spot for the visitors at Skardu city.

Alias Names

منٹھل چٹان‎


Archaeological Site

Location Skardu, Gilgit Baltistan
City / Town Skardu
State Gilgit Baltistan
Country Pakistan

Manthal Buddha Rock, Satpara Road, Skardu

Geo Coordinates 35.2686878314988 °N,    75.6336861848831 °E

Travelor Instructions

Manthal Buddha Rock Skardu Visit Timings

Monday - Sunday - 24 Hours Open

Map Of Manthal Buddha Rock

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