High in the Himalayas, where undulating snowfields, sky-skimming summits, white-tipped mountains and jagged rocks cast shadows over Ladakh’s valleys, canyons and ice, humans and nature have found harmony. Those that live in the centre of Tibetan Buddhism do so in sync with their surroundings, and their survival is intrinsically linked to that of some of the world’s most vulnerable wildlife, such as the elusive snow leopard.
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