By Michael Wood
Last updated 2011-02-17
During the Kushan Empire the Pass became a key trade and migration route between India and China. 'The Silk Road', as it was known, saw the movement of thousands of people, and goods such as wool, cotton, and ginger-making. The Kushan period was one of the most multicultural and prosperous empires of its time.
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