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4829  x ind01 dsc 7978 Buddhist Dah village, Dah hanu Valley, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, India   photo gallery

Buddhist Dah village, Dah-hanu Valley, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, India - photo gallery - Magic photographer

Dah-Hanu Woman in Traditional Costume, Ladakh Annual Festival 2008, Leh, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, India

Asia: Dardic Dah-Hanu Woman in Traditional Costume, Ladakh Annual Festival Leh, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, India

Traditional dances and culture of the Brokpa people | A tribal community in the Dha-Hanu valley of Ladakh, India.

Traditional dances and culture of the Brokpa people | A tribal community in the Dha-Hanu valley of Ladakh, India.

The Dropka Tribe

Dropka tribe in three small villages in the Ladakh Valley, a disputed territory between India and Pakistan, physically, culturally, linguistically and socially completely different from the Tibeto-Burman inhabitants of most of Ladakh

india - traditional dances and culture of the brokpa people by Retlaw Snellac, via Flickr

India, Traditional dances and culture of the Brokpa (Indian Tzigane) People by Retlaw Snellac

India | Drokpa (or Brokpa) community is considered as the last race of Aryans, confined to the Dha valley. Their features are pure Indo Aryan and they have preserved their racial purity down the centuries.   Their culture and religious practices are very similar to ancient pre- Buddhist religion known as Bon-Chos. Both the men and women folk adorn headgears made with handpicked fresh flowers, every single day. | ©Walter Callens

Drokpa (or Brokpa) community Their culture and religious practices are very similar to ancient pre- Buddhist religion known as Bon-Chos. Both the men and women folk adorn headgears made with handpicked fresh flowers, every single day.

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