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12.7.2 Pash Valley

The Pash Valley, created by the Shamtota Hills to the west and the Putoran
Hills to the east, is the breadbasket of Jaru, Nimick, and formerly Shallam.
A warm, lush place that is fed by the waters of the Pachacacha river, which runs
through it, it is also a favoured grazing spot for antelopes and the cheetah
that prey upon them. At the south end of the valley lies the village of Jaru.