New in New jacket. Ladakh, isolated for centuries, therefore, preserved unique historical monuments and cultural heritage. Recent post fast development activities and tourism in Ladakh have created alarming situation. Hence, we need to imply sustainable development policy, so that besides others we can be able to preserve our rich heritage. This book is an attempt to tell the monastic history of the Buddhist monasteries and the alarming situation of migratory birds. I hope this work will be useful for teacher and students who are interested ladakh studies. About The Author: -Dr. Prem Singh Jina is a renowned scholar and writer and the senior faculty member of Economics Department of Central Institute of Buddhist Studies, Leh-Ladakh. Dr. Prem Singh Jina has made very significant contribution to Ladakh Studies. His publication include some twenty-one books and over one hundred papers. Some of these, specially those on pasture ecology, ecotourism, culture-tourism, and Monastic studies have earned international recognition. He has presented 21 papers in the International Conferences and 71 papers in the National Conferences. His famous books are High Pastureland of Ladakh (1995), Tourism in Ladakh Himalaya (1994), Ladakh: The Land and the People (1996), Lamauru Monastery of Ladakh Himalaya (1999), Ladakh: Past and Present (2000), Ladakh Profile (2005) and Ladakh Himalaya: Past and preset (2006). Currently Dr. Prem Singh Jina is attached with Central Institute of Buddhist Studies, Leh-Ladakh and is actively doing his research work on Ladakh. Contents: -Preface • Introduction • Geology of Ladakh • Sindhu: A Great Trans-Himalayan River • Ornithological Study in Ladakh • Ladakh: A Home of Endangered Species • Fossils from Ladakh • Flora of Ladakh • First Hand Tibetan Manuscript on Shyang Monastery of Ladakh • Ganglas Samstan Phug (Tib. sgan glas bsam gtan phug): A Cave Temple of Ganglas in Leh, Ladakh • Stongde Monastery of Zanskar • Taru (Tib, ta-ru-dgon) Gonpa • Hanu Gonpa: A Geluk pa Order of Buddhism in Ladakh • Nyar-ma: An Ancient Gonpa of Ladakh • Korzok Gonpa of Ladakh • Coktsal Gonpa: A Branch of Spituk Monastery of Ladakh • Bardan Monastery of Zanskar in Ladakh • Kar-sha Monastery of Zanskar in Ladakh • Zanak: A Famous Long Mani Wall • Architectural Description of Namgyal Tsemo Temples • Iconographical Guide for Buddhist Monasteries of Ladakh • Ladakh: The World's Highest Tourist Spot • Cultural Tourism in Ladakh • Prospects of Tourism in Ladakh and Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh • Folk Dance of Ladakh • The Changpa of the Ladakh Himalayas: • Threat to Black Necked Cranes in Ladakh • Politics in Kargil District of Ladakh • Ladakh Union Territory Front Makes • Togdan Rinpoche (Tib. rtogs Idan rin-po-che) The Head Lama of Drigung pa Order in Ladakh • Nawang Cams Pa Stanzin (Tib. dga dbang byams pa bstan adzin): The Head Lama of Thiksey Monastery of Ladakh • Tagtsang Rinpoche: A Great Siddha • Sonam Norbu: First Ladakhi Who Conferred Padma Award • Lama Cang Sems Shesrab Zangpo: The Founder of Thiksey Monastery of Ladakh • Bibliography • Index. The Title 'Tourism And Buddhist Monasteries of Ladakh Himalaya written/authored/edited by Prem Singh Jina', published in the year 2006. The ISBN 9788178355184 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 328 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Tourism/RELIGION / PHILOSOPHY.
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