LADAKH- HEARTLAND OF INDIA

LADAKH- HEARTLAND OF INDIA







Ladakh was an independent empire for nine centuries, but it was very influenced by the Tibet and neighboring Muslim territories. Linguistically, Ladakhi is very closely related to Tibetan. Tibet has always been there where Ladki will go to Buddhists for higher religious education. By incorporating Tibet in China, this means that Ladakhas had made short journeys to Tibetan monasteries in India. The architecture of Ladakh is similar to Tibet, both residential buildings and monasteries. The structure of the class, or lack of clearly defined class structure, is common for Tibet and Ladakh and it is against the rest of India. This is related to the higher status, independence and enthusiasm of Ladakh and Buddhist women in Tibet.

It is essential that the development of the methods of culture that prevent the population from growing more than the country's population, and to prevent the farming from being separated and thereby support the family, both cultures are:

Mutations: Keeping the population at a stable level, it includes a large number of monks and nuns.
Polynomialism: A practice where a wife with all the family members is prevented from dividing the family's land, it is common in both Ladakh and Tibet till the 20th century.
Primogeniture: A system where the legacy of a man's death (chiefly the country) will be accompanied by the large farmers to support the family with their eldest son.
Khangbu: A cottage where the father and mother retired after marrying their eldest son and occupied the farm and inherited the main house with them.
But Tibet was away from the sole influence on Ladakh. Where Tibet was largely closed for external performance, Ladakh was the country where the caravan trade played an important role. Merchants from neighboring Muslim countries (Kashmir and East Turkistan, now Xinjiang Province of China) were generally in Leh market until the 20th century. Folk music is based on the style of Muslim parts of western Himalaya; Likewise, Polo was imported from these countries, and today even with regard to faith, he has popularity with Ladaddi.

In the last few decades, the relationship between Buddhists and Muslims in Ladakh has been spoiled - possibly due to the complex roles of communities against the minorities. Muslims are minorities in Leh, which is the majority of the majority in the Anda minority in India; The Buddhist people have a majority in Leh, which is a minority in Muslims and Muslims in India. Probably due to the imports of the rest of India's identity policies. Whatever the reason, it has never happened in violence seen elsewhere in India, but when a new friend says something difficult, he can still get out of an endless stupid place. Do not get too tall

Geography

Confluence of Indus and Zanskar rivers
The Indus Valley is the Brady Heartland, with the highest population density and large-scale agricultural land. Parallel driving, almost northeast-south-west, is a series of valleys and ridges. North of Indus Valley, Ladakh series, on the other hand, Shook and Nibra valleys. Sindhu's South Stick is clearly visible, it's a sticky serial. On the other hand, the Markha Valley is a popular place. Next there is a series of small-scale areas in the southwest and then we arrive at Zangaskar, where the Kardik and Stod rivers connect to the Padma to form the Jhangsar River which flows north and flows from a narrow valley. To connect Sindhu. Zangaskar is the Grand Himalayan range in the south, which marks the southern border of Ladakh.

This series of series is Chengtang in the east, which is a high bar for the nomads. It is known as Kharka in the west, Samad Rockefann in the northeast and Corozes in the south-east. Not a true belt, it has a chaotic diversity of small mountains which are not more than the vast valleys between them. Since there is no drainage from this area, there are many beautiful saltwater lakes that make popular tourist spots.

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