Yasin , otherwise called Babaye-I-Yasen or Worshigum is a high mountain valley in the Hindu Kush mountains, in the northwestern Ghizer District in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. Yasin Tehsil is arranged on its domain.
The essential dialects of Yasin Valley are the (Khowar and Burushaski language). The Shina language is likewise spoken.
Most of the individuals in Yasin are Ismailis, who lead their lives as indicated by the Islamic standards increasingly worried about the imam of the time. Right now Aga Khan IV is the imam and profound pioneer of the Ismailis. In any case, different parts of both as Sunni and Shia Islam likewise live in Yasin.
Ethnically, the individuals of Yasin are of Burusho source; be that as it may, there are the vagrants from various pieces of the nation, chiefly from Afghanistan.
The individuals of Yasin are known for their genuineness, diligent work and fortitude.
Yasin is isolated from the Ishkoman Valley by a high mountain pass. To reach Yasin one must take the Karakoram Highway north from Islamabad, and after that go left to reach Gupis in Ghizar. After Gupis, one proceeds with northwest to arrive at the Yasin Valley.
The piece of the valley where Khowar is spoken is referred to in the Shina language as Arinah.
The Darkut Pass interfaces Yasin with Wakhan and Chitral, hight 4267 meters or 14000 feet, Buroghul pass associate Yasi with Brughol, hight 3798 meters, or 12460 feet. while the Thoi Pass interfaces Yasin to Yarkhun Chitral,hight 4690 meters or 15387 feet. Assumber pass interfaces Yasin to Ishkomen. Darkot Pass is a recorded pass which has been marked as a confined zone by the administration of Pakistan. This pass used to be the briefest methods for correspondence between the Oxus and Indus. Most the travel industry is along the Assumbur Pass to the Ishqamen valley. one pass is from Darkot yasin to Thoi, Three goes from Nazbar yasin associate with Mastuj Chitral hight 5009 meters or 16434 feet, one go from Bujayote Nala to Bawoshter Ghizat Shamaran, one different go from Khaimet bar to Chitral (sources Aina e Dardistan By Hidayat ullah Akhter, altered by Javed sajid Sultanabad Yasin)