Ladakh: Crossroads of High Asia PDF Ó of High Epub

Ladakh: Crossroads of High Asia PDF Ó of High Epub


10 thoughts on “Ladakh: Crossroads of High Asia

  1. Diarmid Diarmid says:

    One of the few books about Ladakh, written by a British writer with a connection to the region The first half covers the landscape and wildlife, then moves on to a history of Ladakh The second half covers the present of Ladakh and it s potential future, and ends with a description of the most notable gopmas, or Buddhist monasteries There s a map in the endpapers, though it s not very detailed and includes a footnote saying the the boundaries shown on this map are neither authentic nor correc One of the few books about Ladakh, written by a British writer with a connection to the region The first half covers the landscape and wildlife, then moves on to a history of Ladakh The second half covers the present of Ladakh and it s potential future, and ends with a description of the most notable gopmas, or Buddhist monasteries There s a map in the endpapers, though it s not very detailed and includes a footnote saying the the boundaries shown on this map are neither authentic nor correct The writer has an obvious fondness for the region and it s people, and the book is good introduction for readers unfamiliar with Ladakh


  2. Sai Chand Sai Chand says:

    The book provides detailed account of Ladakh History, Geography, Culture, Religion and monasteries By the time one finishes the book, one is sure to remember some names of the kings, the sects of Budhism, monasteries, some places and the routes etc.The map provided at the starting and ending pages proves very useful, when reading about Geography One needs to refer to these on a frequent basis.The only boring part is about the Flora and Fauna for a non bird animal watcher like me Some line The book provides detailed account of Ladakh History, Geography, Culture, Religion and monasteries By the time one finishes the book, one is sure to remember some names of the kings, the sects of Budhism, monasteries, some places and the routes etc.The map provided at the starting and ending pages proves very useful, when reading about Geography One needs to refer to these on a frequent basis.The only boring part is about the Flora and Fauna for a non bird animal watcher like me Some lines seem to be borrowed from other sources


  3. Abhishek Achal Abhishek Achal says:

    A great book on Ladhak


  4. Pradeep Pradeep says:

    Except for a good chapter on religious and political history of Ladakh, the book is filled with dry facts flora, fauna, monasteries, landscapes,surrounding places etc.


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Ladakh: Crossroads of High Asia ❮Read❯ ➵ Ladakh: Crossroads of High Asia Author Janet Rizvi – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk This authoritatively written book is the first to study Ladakh, the celebrated last outpost of Tibetan civilization Janet Rizvi shows how Buddhism and Islam met at this high altitude crossroads to for of High Epub â This authoritatively written book is the first to study Ladakh, the celebrated last outpost of Tibetan civilization Janet Rizvi shows how Buddhism and Islam met at this high altitude crossroads to form a unique culture, and discusses the region s history, Ladakh: Crossroads Kindle - rich oral tradition, economy, literature, and artifacts.

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  • Paperback
  • 290 pages
  • Ladakh: Crossroads of High Asia
  • Janet Rizvi
  • English
  • 08 September 2018
  • 0195645464

About the Author: Janet Rizvi

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10 thoughts on “Ladakh: Crossroads of High Asia

  1. Diarmid Diarmid says:

    One of the few books about Ladakh, written by a British writer with a connection to the region The first half covers the landscape and wildlife, then moves on to a history of Ladakh The second half covers the present of Ladakh and it s potential future, and ends with a description of the most notable gopmas, or Buddhist monasteries There s a map in the endpapers, though it s not very detailed and includes a footnote saying the the boundaries shown on this map are neither authentic nor correc One of the few books about Ladakh, written by a British writer with a connection to the region The first half covers the landscape and wildlife, then moves on to a history of Ladakh The second half covers the present of Ladakh and it s potential future, and ends with a description of the most notable gopmas, or Buddhist monasteries There s a map in the endpapers, though it s not very detailed and includes a footnote saying the the boundaries shown on this map are neither authentic nor correct The writer has an obvious fondness for the region and it s people, and the book is good introduction for readers unfamiliar with Ladakh

  2. Sai Chand Sai Chand says:

    The book provides detailed account of Ladakh History, Geography, Culture, Religion and monasteries By the time one finishes the book, one is sure to remember some names of the kings, the sects of Budhism, monasteries, some places and the routes etc.The map provided at the starting and ending pages proves very useful, when reading about Geography One needs to refer to these on a frequent basis.The only boring part is about the Flora and Fauna for a non bird animal watcher like me Some line The book provides detailed account of Ladakh History, Geography, Culture, Religion and monasteries By the time one finishes the book, one is sure to remember some names of the kings, the sects of Budhism, monasteries, some places and the routes etc.The map provided at the starting and ending pages proves very useful, when reading about Geography One needs to refer to these on a frequent basis.The only boring part is about the Flora and Fauna for a non bird animal watcher like me Some lines seem to be borrowed from other sources

  3. Abhishek Achal Abhishek Achal says:

    A great book on Ladhak

  4. Pradeep Pradeep says:

    Except for a good chapter on religious and political history of Ladakh, the book is filled with dry facts flora, fauna, monasteries, landscapes,surrounding places etc.

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