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This concluding chapter of the book Peace and Conflict in Ladakh: The Construction of a Fragile Web of Order explains the ways in which Ladakhi people have negotiated their own order amongst them. Looking from the inside outward. It also analyses the experiences of members of two very different populations, those in a remote village and those of the urban centre. The book then focuses on disputes and processes of conflict resolution has been the means by which fundamental ideas explored about order on the part of the Ladakhi populations and their expectations of how it is to be maintained. The book explains the way dispute was handled, and analyses the processes, dynamics and epistemological, moral and ontological concerns that govern Ladakhi ideas concerning conflict.

Keywords: Ladakh; remote village; urban centre



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