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This bibliography contains a list of reference articles and books relevant to the investigation of processes by which the Ladakhi people have constructed their own ideas of community and spaces of social order. Ladakh is generally regarded as forming part of 'ethnographic Tibet', a large area encompassing parts of China, India, Nepal, Bhutan and Pakistan in which the major part of the population is ethnically Tibetan and shares numerous aspects of culture, language, social organisation and religion. Many studies of Ladakh have rightly and profitably analysed the historic, religious and social processes found in the region by reference to Tibetan religion and culture.

Keywords: China; India; Ladakh; Nepal; Pakistan; Tibetan religion



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