Ladakh, isolated for centuries, therefore, preserved unique historical monuments and cultural heritage. Recent post fast development activities and tourism in Ladakh have created alarming situation. Hence, we need to imply sustainable development policy, so that besides others we can be able to preserve our rich heritage.
This book is an attempt to tell the monastic history of the Buddhist Monasteries and the alarming situation of migratory birds. This work will be useful for teachers and students who are interested in Ladakh studies.
About the Author:
Dr. Prem Singh Jina a, Ph.D. in Economics, from Kumaum University, Nainital, he has also done short-term courses in Animal Husbandry, Agronomy, Horticulture and Mushroom Production from G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar. Dr. Jina started his professional career at the Central Buddhist Studies, Leh, Ladakh in 1981, as a Lecturer in Economics. HE has written several book on Ladakh Himalaya and has presented 13 papers at International and 20 papers at National Conferences.
More than 40 radio talks by him on different aspects of Ladakh have also been broadcast. He was made the Indian Council of Historical Research Fellow in 1996-97. The American Biographical Institute, USA, selected him for the International Directory of Distinguished Leadership, and nominated him for the award of Man of the Year-1998. Presently, he is Professor at Central Institute of Buddhist Studies Leh, Ladakh.