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A boy at the hospital in IFO refugee camp gets a treatment.
A boy at the hospital in IFO refugee camp gets a treatment.
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Yaks are used by the Changpas as packing animals and as dependable sources of milk, hide and meat (Sugato Mukherjee)
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The Nomads of Changthang : Ladakh
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A young Changpa sets out with his herd. (Sugato Mukherjee)
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The Nomads of Changthang : Ladakh
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The village square of Korzok (Sugato Mukherjee)
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The Nomads of Changthang : Ladakh
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A Changpa woman knitting pashmina with her backstrap loom in her tent (Sugato Mukherjee)
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The Nomads of Changthang : Ladakh
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At a Changpa gathering (Sugato Mukherjee)
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The Nomads of Changthang : Ladakh
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Changpa women in their traditional dress (Sugato Mukherjee)
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The Nomads of Changthang : Ladakh
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The Changpas, like most ancient tribes, are a close knit clan. (Sugato Mukherjee)
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The Nomads of Changthang : Ladakh
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Predominantly Buddhists, the bead of prayers is a constant companion for most of the members of the tribe. (Sugato Mukherjee)
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The Nomads of Changthang : Ladakh
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Chaam dance (Sugato Mukherjee)
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The Nomads of Changthang : Ladakh
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A monk and a Tibetan witchdoctor praying together in Changthang plateau. (Sugato Mukherjee)
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The Nomads of Changthang : Ladakh
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A high monk drapes a kaata, the ceremonial silk scarf,on a Changpa horseman. (Sugato Mukherjee)
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The Nomads of Changthang : Ladakh
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The caravan at high atlas (Abdellah Azizi)
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Ait Atta Nomads, Transhumance : Morocco


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