Ladakh (3Rd Edition)

Crossroads Of High Asia

Price: 945.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198079415

Publication date:

25/04/2012

Hardback

328 pages

220.0x145.0mm

Price: 945.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198079415

Publication date:

25/04/2012

Hardback

328 pages

220.0x145.0mm

Third Edition

Janet Rizvi

Suitable for: General readers as well as anybody interested in learning more about Ladakh, its people and culture

Rights:  World Rights

Third Edition

Janet Rizvi

Description

 This scholarly yet lively introduction to Ladakh and its people, in print since 1983, is widely recognized as an authoritative and comprehensive reference for general information on the region. Once perceived as a remote, romantic, and mysterious Shangri-La, Ladakh has over the years undergone profound changes—political, demographic, economic, socio-cultural as well as environmental. Extensively researched and lucidly written, this book explores the region’s history and its importance as a confluence of various cultures and traditions to present a deeply informed account of Ladakh and its people.   Retaining the basic information from the original, this revised and updated third edition documents the changes and transformations that Ladakh has witnessed since 1996, including a detailed analysis of political and economic shifts in the wake of the Kargil war.  

Third Edition

Janet Rizvi

Third Edition

Janet Rizvi

Third Edition

Janet Rizvi

Third Edition

Janet Rizvi

Description

 This scholarly yet lively introduction to Ladakh and its people, in print since 1983, is widely recognized as an authoritative and comprehensive reference for general information on the region. Once perceived as a remote, romantic, and mysterious Shangri-La, Ladakh has over the years undergone profound changes—political, demographic, economic, socio-cultural as well as environmental. Extensively researched and lucidly written, this book explores the region’s history and its importance as a confluence of various cultures and traditions to present a deeply informed account of Ladakh and its people.   Retaining the basic information from the original, this revised and updated third edition documents the changes and transformations that Ladakh has witnessed since 1996, including a detailed analysis of political and economic shifts in the wake of the Kargil war.  

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