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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

The Dropka Tribe

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

Ongoing Talk with God - Chanting with Prayer Beads, Zanskar, India

What are the things to do in Zanskar Valley - an untouched valley deep in the higher Himalayas?

Women Dard or Brokpa tribe from Dha Hanu Village in color clothes and flowers Ladakh Kashmir Indi

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

Woman Dard or Brokpa tribe from Dha Hanu Village in color clothes and flowers Ladakh Kashmir Indi

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Beautiful young woman from Dard or Drogpa Aryan tribe from Dha Hanu village in Ladakh India

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

Bono-nah festival of Brokpa/Minaro people, Jammu Kasmir, India. The legend of the Brokpas has it that the ancestor of the Brokpas used to live with gods in paradise, until one day, one of them seduced a goddess that made them kicked out of paradise. During Bono-nah festival the mortal and gods reunited. The Brokpas dress themselves in all their glory to celebrate the moment.

Bono-nah festival of Brokpa/Minaro people, Jammu Kasmir, India. The legend of the Brokpas has it that the ancestor of the Brokpas used to live with gods in paradise, until one day, one of them seduced a goddess that made them kicked out of paradise. During Bono-nah festival the mortal and gods reunited. The Brokpas dress themselves in all their glory to celebrate the moment.

Women of the Brokpa tribe in the remote Dahanu Valley. The valley is known as the "Land of the Aryans" as the people there are considered th...

Women of the Brokpa tribe in the remote Dahanu Valley. The valley is known as the "Land of the Aryans" as the people there are considered the purest descendants of the ancient Indo-Europeans; Jammu and Kashmir State;

Incredible photos of the world’s rarest tribes - There are places in the world where little sign of western development exists, but it still threatens to change traditions and beliefs forever. Jimmy Nelson found and documented 31 of these traditional isolated communities in …

Incredible photos of the world’s rarest tribes

DROPKA tribe in Ladakh, India. The Drokpa tribe indulge in music, dance and barley wine. Beautiful documentary on: beforethey com

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