Ancient futures: learning from Ladakh

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Sierra Club Books, Sep 24, 1991 - Political Science - 204 pages
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Describes the land and culture of Ladakh, a remote region of India that is trying to protect itself from the effects of rapid modernization, and relates the author's experiences while visiting this Himalayan people

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Norberg-Hodge first went to Ladakh in 1975 and has spent six months there every year since. This slim volume is her soapbox to air her views of how Ladakh should be. Part 1 is the romantic, idealized ... Read full review

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Learning from Ladakh l
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TRADITION
7
Little Tibet
9
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Helena Norberg-Hodge is founder of ISEC (International Society for Ecology & Culture).