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Konstnär: Manish Lakhani

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Motiv: In Shadows. Changpa's of Ladakh. To watch them in action is eye feast, to spend time with them feels good and to live with them for few days is the great way to learn philosophy of life. They are not much so called rich or civilised people, but being with them and learn to live life in very simple ways is great learning where no university or collage can teach you. I must say money or a extraordinary book knowledge never teaches how to you should live life happily and peaceful. I am really lucky to be stay with them for last few of years, which really helped me to enrich my experience. The Changpa of Ladakh are high altitude pastoralists, raising mainly yaks and goats. Among the Lasakh Changpa, those who are still nomadic are known as Phalpa, and they take their herds from in the Hanley Valley to the village of Lato. Hanley is home to six isolated settlements, where the sedentary Changpa, the Fangpa reside. Despite their different lifestyles, both these groups intermarry. The Changpa speak Changskhat, which is a dialect of Tibetan, and practice Tibetan Buddhism. Only a small part of Changtang crosses the border into Ladakh, in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is, however, on a historically important route for travellers journeying from Ladakh to Lhasa, and now has many different characteristics due to being part of India. Historically, the Changpa of the Lasakh would migrate with their herds into Tibet, but with Chinese occupation of Tibet, this route has been closed.