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Exploring Malana: An Ancient Culture Hidden in the Himalayas

Tobdan (Author)
Synopsis Malana, situated at an altitude of 2644 m, tucked deep in the rugged and forbidden heights in one of the treacherous tributaries of the Parvati river, has been a sleepy, sequestered and extremely remote village of Kullu dist. of Himachal Pradesh, where history and mystery, facts and fictions seem the have blended in to form an exotic socio-cultural ambience.
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About the author


Tobdan (b. 1944) is a self-taught historian and linguist. His particular area of study is Lahul and Spiti and the areas surrounding it.  He did LL.B from the University of Delhi and has recently retired as ACM from NABARD.  Tobdan has to his credit number of research papers and scholarly articles and books including History and Religiono f Lahul (1984), Bhoti Parichaya: Vyakaran and Anuvad (1990), The Peopleo f Upper Valley: The Todpas of Lahul in the Himalayas (1993), Kulu: A Study in History (2000) and Bashahar-Kinnaur: Cultural History of Western Trans-Himalaya (in press) and jointly with C.Dorje-Historical Documents from Western Trans-Himalayas (1996).

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Title Exploring Malana: An Ancient Culture Hidden in the Himalayas
Author Tobdan
Format Hardcover
Date published: 25.03.2011
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788173872259
length 232p., Illustrations; 23cm.