Pavel Nazaroff travels from Kashgar, through the Kuen Lun and Karakoram mountains and on to Srinagar, Kashmir in the early 1930s, and describes the people and places he visited.
Part 1. The land of lost civilization Chapter 1. Kashgar Chapter 2. The people, stars, and Chinese Chapter 3. Bazaar life Chapter 4. Birds, beasts, and plants Part 2. Moved on! Chapter 5. The ride to Yarkand Chapter 6. Into the Kuen Lun Chapter 7. Up to the Karakoram Chapter 8. The Roof of the World Chapter 9. Over the top Chapter 10. The wonderful Nubra Valley Chapter 11. Leh-and Down the Indus Chapter 12. Lamayuru to Dra 13. At Last! Conclusion. Index.
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