Kinnaur: A Restricted Land in the Himalaya
This Study Describes The Land And People Of Kinnaur, Remote District Of Himachal Pradesh. A Valuable Addition To The Meagre Literature On The Himalayan People, It Will Be Of Interest To Students Of Anthropology, Sociology And History, Besides Tourists And Mountaineers.
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