Kvinna från Drokpa-stammen. Man uppskattar att folkslaget utgörs av cirka 2 500 individer som lever i det konfliktdrabbade området Ladakh på gränsen mellan Indien och Pakistan. Unik fotoserie visar den otroliga skönheten hos världens folk.
The Drokpa Tribe, which numbers around 2,500, live in three small villages in the Dha-Hanu valley of Ladakh, which is situated in Jammu and Kashmir, a disputed territory between India and Pakistan. They are the only authentic desc
TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: TUAREG PEOPLE: AFRICA`S BLUE PEOPLE OF THE DESERT
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The Wodaabe are a small subgroup of the Fulani. The Wodaabes male charm dancer applies face make-up to attract the females who will judge his performance.
Hinewirangi Kohu of Tauranga Moana. She's a Maori woman teaching Maori men how to be men. The 66-year-old teaches the 60 in the unit the art of formal speechmaking, haka and waiata. She has a strong hand in running Maori Therapeutic Programmes - courses which aim to show prisoners what triggers criminal behaviour and what strategies can be used to address it.
At the confluence of the rivers Shayok and Indus in the Darchiks Garkone Kargil part of Ladakh Region west of Leh live a people known as Drok-pa. One of the major attractions is a chance to have a glimpse into the life of the Drokpa community. The ARYANS of Ladakh stand out as tall, (going up to 6'-6"), sharp-featured with big eyes and a fair complexion. They are very protective about themselves and are, understandably, reluctant to open up so easily to "outsiders".