People of Korzok village in Ladakh

Six years back we reached this small village right next to Tso-Moriri Lake — 15000ft above the sea level — about 215kms from Leh.
This place is known for the monastery that I had never heard of. Residents belong to the Changpa Tribe and are mostly info farming and rearing livestock that includes famous Pashmina goats.

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Ladakh, India
Men drinking and having maggie at a makeshift restaurant that is set up for the travellers during the summer months in Korzok village of Ladakh, India
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Pashmina goat at Korzok village posing for a picture.
A small kid playing with a flashlight in Korzok village of Ladakh, India
A small kid playing with a flashlight in Korzok village of Ladakh, India
Portrait of a boy from Korzok, Ladakh
Portrait of a boy from Korzok, Ladakh
A mother carrying her baby in a blanket made of warm sheep skin.
Sheep skin is used to make warm blankets for babies in Ladakh
Portrait of a mother with her baby in Ladakh, India
Portrait of a mother with her baby in Ladakh, India
Portrait of a little girl of Korzok, Ladakh
Portrait of a little girl of Korzok, Ladakh
Pashmina goats are marked with a paint to differentiate them from other goats when all the village goats graze together during the day.
Pashmina goats are marked with a paint to differentiate them from other goats when all the village goats graze together during the day.
Milking the Pashmina goats in Korzok village of Ladakh, India
Milking the Pashmina goats in Korzok village of Ladakh, India
Milking the Pashmina goats in Korzok village of Ladakh, India
Milking the Pashmina goats in Korzok village of Ladakh, India
TsoMoriri lake as seen from the Korzok village of Ladakh.
TsoMoriri lake as seen from the Korzok village of Ladakh.

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