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  1. 1. LADAKH (THE LAND OF PASSES) Prepared By. KIFFAYT ALI IMBA II Roll Nr. 24
  2. 2. LADAKH
  3. 3. Ladakh Ladakh ("land of high passes") Hindi: ; Urdu: )is a region of India in the state of Jammu and Kashmir that currently extends from the Karakoram mountain range in the north to the main Great Himalayas to the south, inhabited by people of Indo-Aryan and Tibetan descent (According to Hinduism Yaksha people born from 5th wife of Kashyapa Rishi).
  4. 4. Geography
  5. 5. Geography Ladakh is the highest plateau of state of Kashmir with much of it being over 3,000 m (9,800 ft). It extends from the Himalayan to the Kunlun Ranges and includes the upper Indus River valley.
  6. 6. History
  7. 7. History Historically, the region included the Baltistan (Baltiyul) valleys (now mostly in Pakistani Kashmir), the entire upper Indus Valley, the remote Zanskar, Lahaul and Spiti to the south, much of Ngari including the Rudok region and Guge in the east, Aksai Chin in the northeast, and the Nubra Valley to the north over Khardong La in the Ladakh Range.
  8. 8. Pangong Lake.
  9. 9. Government and Politics Ladakh district was a district of the Jammu and Kashmir state of India until 1 July 1979 when it was divided into Leh district and Kargil district. Each of these districts is governed by a Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council, which is based on the pattern of the Darjeeling Gorkha Autonomous Hill Council. These councils were created as a compromise solution to the demands of Ladakhi people to make Leh a union territory.
  10. 10. Transportation
  11. 11. There are about 1,800 km (1,100 mi) of roads in Ladakh of which 800 km (500 mi) are surfaced. The majority of roads in Ladakh are looked after by the Border Roads Organization. Transportation
  12. 12. Cuisines Ladakhi ThukpaLadakhi Momo
  13. 13. Education According to the 2001 census, the overall literacy rate in Leh District is 62% (72% for males and 50% for females), and in Kargil District 58% (74% for males and 41% for females). Traditionally there was little or nothing by way of formal education except in the monasteries. Usually, one son from every family was obliged to master the Tibetan script in order to read the holy books.
  14. 14. THANKS Reference: www.wikipedia.com/ladakh