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9789351363767 60ba00f60b651d3c1d6f19ce Tales From The Hills: Lahaul's Enduring Myths and Legends https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba521d60e17e4f63f22743/9789351363767.jpg The district of Lahaul-Spiti west of Tibet and south of Ladakh presents the most spectacular view to the human eye. Dotted with high snow peaks glaciers rivers and vistas of inner Himalayan desert landscapes it is believed that this regions monasteries friendly lamas and pristine beauty also hide ancient legends. The Mulkila Rakshasini Barsi Nullah Bhoot Chandrataal Fairy a host of joginis and other mythical creatures have walked across its valleys.

Manohar Singh Gills lifelong affair with this Himalayan wonderland has led him to collect its most enduring myths and folklore. Narrated in the gently prodding voice of a seasoned traveller Tales from the Hills tells thirty-two stories that bring alive an enchanting world.

An important repository of the culture and history of one of the worlds most beautiful spots.
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Tales From The Hills: Lahaul's Enduring Myths and Legends

Tales From The Hills: Lahaul's Enduring Myths and Legends

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  • ISBN: 9789351363767
  • Author: GILL MANOHAR SINGH
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 224
  • Format: Paperback
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The district of Lahaul-Spiti west of Tibet and south of Ladakh presents the most spectacular view to the human eye. Dotted with high snow peaks glaciers rivers and vistas of inner Himalayan desert landscapes it is believed that this regions monasteries friendly lamas and pristine beauty also hide ancient legends. The Mulkila Rakshasini Barsi Nullah Bhoot Chandrataal Fairy a host of joginis and other mythical creatures have walked across its valleys.

Manohar Singh Gills lifelong affair with this Himalayan wonderland has led him to collect its most enduring myths and folklore. Narrated in the gently prodding voice of a seasoned traveller Tales from the Hills tells thirty-two stories that bring alive an enchanting world.

An important repository of the culture and history of one of the worlds most beautiful spots.

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