Unpredictable changes in weather patterns are impacting life and livelihood in Ladakh.
Environment by Neha SinhaSep 02, 2015
Arching over the white
Phuktal river in Ladakh’s Zanskar valley—which is dotted with white-water
rafting enthusiasts—is one bridge that the village of Neyrags calls its own.
For centuries, the
villagers say, they have had a bridge. People took pictures of its stout
structure, which appeared permanent in its reliability, and over-arching in its
craggy height. Elders told youngsters how they did not know when the bridge was
built. For the people of Neyrags, the bridge, non-motorable
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is a conservationist with the Bombay Natural History Society. She is an INLAKS scholar and a commentator on environmental issues.
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