Ladakh also is known as the land of endless discoveries stands 11000ft high in the Indian Himalayas. Awe-inspiring landscape and serene water bodies have appealed travelers to the region since it first opened to international tourists in 1984. The environmentalist has written extensively on the fragile high altitude ecosystem pertaining to the ever-expanding tourism industry.
High in mountains of Ladakh in the Changthang plateau, live the Changpa nomads. Away from the noise of the world, these semi-nomadic human beings live a life of hard work and abundant peace. The word ‘Changpa’ means northerners, and indeed, they do justice to this name like no one else.Read More